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Glove liners that make you happy?

Old 05-02-19, 10:10 AM
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Glove liners that make you happy?

For those who use glove liners, most likely in winter: which ones are your favorite?
Want to know what your experiences are especially towards quality.
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Old 05-02-19, 11:43 AM
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Good old cotton brown work gloves. Cheap and easily found. Also, they last long as a liner.
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Manzella. thicker than the silky ones; have some stretch to them; are durable, don't fall apart; have a decent weave that lets moisture escape. combined w bar mitts I can get thru most of the winter



apparently there's a women's model, can't imagine why

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The gloves I use come with removable fleece liners.

Aside from those, I really like Thermasilk glove liners. They seem to wash up just fine in a laundry bag, though can snag on velcro. They allow the following configurations, with approximate subjective temperature ranges:

- Thinsulate handyman gloves + liners: sort of cold (30s F)
- Winter gloves, no liners: Cold (20s F)
- Winter gloves, silk liners: A bit colder (Teens)
- Winter gloves, fleece liners: Deep winter cold (0-10 above)
- Winter gloves, fleece liners, silk liners: January cold (Below 0F)
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Patagonia .. + a shell glove .. separated from shell the liner dries faster ...
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Glove Liners

I found out many years ago that Silk Glove Liners work best for me. Not Nylon, BUT 100% SILK! Also get one size bigger then you think. It helps if they are loose. You don`t want any glove or liners that fit tight or snug. That slows the blood flow!

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https://www.landsend.com/products/me...iner/id_187942

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https://wintersilks.blair.com/p/unis...iners/9613.uts
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https://www.silkliving.com/products/...k-liner-gloves
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https://www.motorcyclegear.com/stree...ve_liners.html
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I ride with ski gloves since most of them have a fleece lining and an elastic strap near the wrist to prevent heat loss.
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Old 05-08-19, 09:45 PM
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Originally Posted by roadsnakes View Post
I found out many years ago that Silk Glove Liners work best for me. Not Nylon, BUT 100% SILK! Also get one size bigger then you think. It helps if they are loose. You don`t want any glove or liners that fit tight or snug. That slows the blood flow!

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https://www.landsend.com/products/me...iner/id_187942

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https://wintersilks.blair.com/p/unis...iners/9613.uts
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https://www.silkliving.com/products/...k-liner-gloves
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https://www.motorcyclegear.com/stree...ve_liners.html
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This. You can find them on Amazon too. I run distance with lightweight liners, silk feels great.
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