Log In / Register
Cart (0) Checkout
Alpinestars Arctic Drystar HV Gloves
Zoom
  • Alpinestars Arctic Drystar HV Gloves
  • Alpinestars Arctic Drystar HV Gloves

Please select a Size to check availability, or to add this item to your Shopping Cart or Wish List.

Select Size:

Size Chart
Select qty:
Your Price
$109.95
Please select a Size to view availability.

Video Reviews (2)

Alpinestars Arctic Drystar HV Gloves Videos

Alpinestars Arctic Drystar HV Gloves

The Arctic Drystar Glove is an all-weather riding glove for riders who want a short cuffed glove without compromising weather protection. Featuring both Alpinestars' exclusive Drystar liner and Thinsulate insulation to keep your hands warm and dry.

Features:

  • Textile upper construction
  • Goatskin palm construction with Clarino reinforcement
  • Over-molded hard PU knuckle protection
  • 4mm EVA foam padding on top of hand, fingers and wrist
  • Accordion stretch inserts on top of hand and fingers
  • High finger bridge
  • Drystar membrane insert
  • Thinsulate thermal insulation
  • Insulated for warmth
  • Micro-velcro wrist closure
  • Hydrophobic knitted cuff
  • Pre-curved finger construction 
  • The yellow on the Arctic Drystar HV meets the EN471 standard for high visibility garments
Write a Product Review for a chance to win our monthly $100 giveaways.
Alpinestars Arctic Drystar HV Gloves 3.9 5 17 17
Good looking HI Viz glove This gloves is a very nice looking glove and feels good. That is the pros. Cons are that u will get your hands wet with a good solid rain not as waterproof as I would like it. And if u ride below 45 degrees u will have cold hands. Overall a good late fall early spring warm glove. No the best at keeping water out and hands dry but I wanted a hi viz glove for my commuting to work. December 8, 2014
These gloves don't make sense The fundamental issue with this glove is the way it goes on. The recess for your hand is fairly small, and it has a super sticky liner when wet. If your hand has any amount of moisture, whether they are clammy from the rain, or sweaty from heat, the glove will be a massive pain to put on. Not only that, but my hands were cold in 60 degree weather! It's insulated, so your hands will be warm as long as you're not riding (pretty pointless); however, the bloody things aren't windproof. Worst of all, they limit the articulation in your thumb, and feel very constricting overall. Slows inputs substantially, and I feel way less confident riding around in the things. I would purchase these gloves for my worst enemy. November 11, 2014
Not quite right The biggest flaw with these glove is the inner liner is a fleece layer that is separate from the outer glove, and it moves with your hand, so your hand slips around a bit inside the glove. This makes me uncomfortable when making quick movements at the clutch, brake, and throttle. I feel much less in control with these gloves. These are definitely not safe for commuting in traffic and lane splitting. They could work well for longer rides on highway or in the cold when not dealing with traffic. November 5, 2014
Great 3 season gloves I wear them down to 45 degree weather. The XL fit a little bit snug, but they are still new and should break in a bit. The hi-vis is fantastic, the hard knuckles are nice, and they feel really good when riding. October 27, 2014
Decent priced high quality hi-vis glove Well made glove, size on the smaller side - might have to step up a size or two, good protection features, great color, not for below 40 F weather.Still stiff after 20 hrs use. April 23, 2014
nice cold weather glove Purchased this glove for late fall riding and hopefully a little deeper into the Michigan season. Was looking for a glove that was windproof and waterproof or close to it, w/ some insulation yet not so much to lose feel of the controls. These gloves run SMALL, order at least 1 size up from the Alpinestars size chart. I ordered the L according to chart and had to return for XL, could probably wear a 2XL but that's the problem w/ fitting using online shopping, as you can't easily try sizes, obviously. All in all the gloves are as advertised, zero wind leakage, had them on down to 50°f and were very good although this isn't cold by any means in MI. No rain yet so can't speak on that, the liner is somewhat loose inside but doesn't seem to be an issue. Good glove for the cash. November 11, 2013
Great product but small the gloves are great rain glove, or cold weather rideing glove. Great protection nice and warm. My only problem with them is the fit very small. i wear a medium size regular no insulation glove, i ordered a large size in these gloves because of the insulation and they a very hard to put on it takes me about 2-3 min per glove to put on. The problem is the neck of the glove is so tight it takes a forever to get the palm of my hand trough but once my hand is inside the fit perfect. They dont feel bulky at all and i have great feel of the controls unlike other rain gloves i have hade. November 9, 2013
Good medium weight glove These run a little small. I normaly wear a size large and decided not to follow Anthony's advice to go up a size because warm gloves tend to be bulky. They are snug but I like the extra amount of control that the tight fit gives me and figure they may break in a little after more use. I commute over Vail Pass everyday so temps are typically less than 50 degrees at 7:30 in the morning. They keep my hands nice and warm and are bearable riding home in the afternoon when it is in the 70's. Any warmer than that and I switch to my mesh gloves. Havent had a chance to test in the rain yet. They feel like they would help in a crash and the hi-viz gives piece of mind without being overbearing. Overall a good quality glove for the money. June 30, 2013
2 3 next>>
Use our Product Q&A for a chance to win our monthly $100 giveaways.

Have a functionality, fit, or otherwise product-specific question about the Alpinestars Arctic Drystar HV Gloves? Ask it here! If you have a customer service or shipping question, please direct it to our Customer Service department.

Alpinestars Arctic Drystar HV Gloves
Already Asked: 2 Questions, 8 Answers
Sort by:
RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Joseph G: Needed a medium weight 2 seasons glove that's waterproof Nov 8, 2014
Jeffrey E: They were okay, the fit was tight and the hard knuckle protection dug into my knuckle on my right hand. That, and a stitch was coming loose on the palm when I got them and I wasn't very pleased overall. Returned. Oct 2, 2013
Edward H asked: I`m looking for a winter glove for North Carolina (temps usually 40 or over), would this glove be a good option? I would be pairing it with the Andes high visability jacket. Nov 3, 2014
Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
Kevin D: Very warm glove, great wind protection - read this as no ventilation. They run VERY small and the liner is not sewn or attached in fingers and palm etc. and when your hands get warm and sweaty it tends to pull out. My go to glove when temps are low 50s and below. Nov 3, 2014
Reply to Kevin Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Carsten B: Using it in Minnesota well below 50, not really warm - but OK.
Only downside with warmer temps >50F, inner lining tends to stick to fingers when pulling off. Pretty tight fitting glove, will break in a little bit.
Nov 3, 2014
Reply to Carsten Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Oliver H: I have a pair that I bought for use in NYS in colder weather. I also have hand guards that help with wind chill and grip heaters when it gets below 40. They seem to work ok alone at temps above 40. Nov 4, 2014
Reply to Oliver Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Bernhard N: Yes they would work fine. I live in Canada and we have ridden in lower temps. After 8degrees Celsius they aren't as good, but warmer than that they worked for me. Nov 3, 2014
Reply to Bernhard Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
A s: The last few days has been in the mid forties here in Philadelphia and I've been fine on my 15mi commute with the gloves. Nov 3, 2014
Reply to A Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
ERIC F: I have them and really like them. Warm, dry and comfortable. Well-armored on the knuckles and fingers. Nov 9, 2014
Reply to ERIC Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
Sizing video for alpinestars (198)

Alpinestars Glove Sizing

GLOVE SIZING INSTRUCTIONS: Using your right hand, place a tape measure under your palm and measure from the knuckle of your forefinger to the knuckle of your pinkie finger. Note the measurement and compare it to the chart below.

MeasurementAlpha Size Numeric Size 
2 1/8" - 2 5/8" XS7
2 5/8" - 3 1/8" SM8
3 1/8" - 3 5/8" MD9
3 5/8" - 4 1/8" LG10
4 1/8" - 4 5/8"  XL11
4 5/8" - 5 1/8" 2XL12

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full Alpinestars Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
SM 799136 3525411-155-S/33100365 In Stock: Ships next business day
MD 799137 3525411-155-M/33100366 In Stock: Ships next business day
LG 799138 3525411-155-L/33100367 In Stock: Ships next business day
XL 799139 3525411-155-XL/33100368 In Stock: Ships next business day
2XL 799140 3525411-155-2XL/33100369 Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment
3XL 799141 3525411-155-3XL/33100370 In Stock: Ships next business day