Arc'teryx Rush Gore-Tex Gloves

Arc'teryx Rush Gore-Tex Gloves
Arc'teryx Rush Gore-Tex Gloves
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Rush Gore-Tex Gloves by Arc'teryx
When imagination and big mountain dreams take the wheel, let the Arc'teryx Rush Gore-Tex Gloves steer the way toward careful, calculated clarity. Whether you're reaching for high-hanging fruit in Chamonix or chasing lines in the Kootenay Rockies, big mountain freeriding requires the utmost dexterity and leaves little room for cramped up, cold phalanges. These gloves are equipped with the breathable N70p 3L Gore-Tex Pro fabric, which serves as armor for the back of the hand from formidable alpine elements. The palm and fingers are outfitted with a rugged yet adept leather, providing a viscous grip in sticky situations. Furnished with Arc'teryx's unique Tri-Dex pattern technology, these gloves permit a varied range of motion, mocking the natural movement of the human hand. With the gloves' 133g of PrimaLoft Silver Insulation located on the back of the hand for maximum warmth and 100g of PrimaLoft Gold Insulation Eco on the palm and fingers, you can count on the strategic map of insulation to keep you warm, without breaking down over time.

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SKU: ARC00CV
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