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work as liners should. just expensive
I bought these in the philly store a few months back. They work as they should for silk liners. They keep my hands from getting sweaty and sticking to the insides of my gerbing heated gloves and my drystar gloves. Only 2 things that I'm not a fan of. The price is a bit high and if they touch velcro they will stick and become somewhat rough but that is expected. Not much you can do about that with a silk liner.
Overall I'm pretty sure i would buy them again if i ever ruin the pair i have
May 4, 2015
Good liners for rain gloves.
I use these with rubber gloves on cool, rainy days. Keeps hands warm.
January 20, 2015
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Scott L: Because the Dainese Clutch Evo D-Dry gloves are not as warm as I had hoped they would be...my hands get cold riding in 50 degree weather.Jan 5, 2015
Scott L asked:I just purchased the Dainese Clutch Evo D-Dry gloves and they arent providing as much warmth as I thought they would. Would these liners, 1) fit under my Clutch Evos and 2) make the gloves warmer? If not, can you recommend a product? Thanks, ScottDec 25, 2014
Thomas H:They are very thin, so they fit easily under your gloves. I was a bit skeptical, but they work. I rode when it was in the mid 20's and my fingers didn't go numb like they did in the past. Note, it was only a 30 minute ride.Dec 26, 2014