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good enough, decent value
they do the job. Not super warm, but make my normal held leather gloves good down to the high 40F range. A little disappointed that, though they say "one size," the gloves I received state "large" on the package. Which is what they are, so the fingers are too long for my 8/9 mens medium hands, and the palm is a wee bit loose. I had expected something with more stretch. In the end, they work fine, fit under my gloves, and do about as well as can be expected for the price.
December 5, 2011
It's a liner. Whoopee???
It's a glove liner. Put on hand, then it will go into glove. What did you expect? While they add size,it wasn't enough to make a proper fit winter glove get tight. I used to use polypropylene liners when they first came out for outdoor sports added warmth. They're a lot cheaper now thank goodness. While they add some warmth "static", I haven't felt as much gain on the bikes as I'd hoped (I am real cold fingered). Watch catching them on hook side of velcro. Rather have them in the bag than not. Maybe longer rides will show more advantage with the wicking ability. Most important is get your hands dressed inside; if you play with all the frozen metal on your bike, then glove up after you've been standing outside in 29 deg weather, you hands just can't catch up. Sounds obvious, but it took me a couple of days to realize this makes a huge difference in how long you'll stay warm.
March 22, 2010
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