Spring skiing can be wet and sloppy, but the Gore Tex XCR membrane of the Arc'teryx Agilis Gore Tex Glove means you don't have to worry about soggy hands and cold fingers. It's highly breathable, too, so sweat won't be a worry, and is complemented by strategically placed Primaloft insulation to provide lightweight warmth when you're hiking for turns or riding lifts. To keep things supple and dexterous, Arc'teryx made the Agilis from Fortius 1. 0, a tough but lightweight softshell, and designed the palm from tough and flexible leather for increased durability. The brushed polyester lining is soft and moisture wicking, so your hands will stay nice and dry, and the hook and loop cuff keeps that killer corn from flying up, seeping down, and turning warm fingers cold.