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Arctiva Thermolite Glove Liners

Features:

  • Extremely warm, ultralight fabric
  • Snug-fitting layer next to the skin
  • Ideal glove or mitt liner
4.3 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.3 / 5
Protection & Durability
3.8 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4.5 / 5
Style
4.2 / 5
Air Flow
3.7 / 5
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Arctiva Men's Glove Sizing

Size Hand Width (in)
SM 2.75
MD 3.25
LG 3.75
XL 4.25
2XL 4.75
3XL 5.25
4XL 5.75

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

How To Measure

HW Hand Width With your dominant hand open and extended, measure across the widest part of your palm, not including your thumb.
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Helps keep hands warm in colder temps
These gloves are comfortable and easy to put on and take off. Will need to wear these under gloves that are a size larger to allow room. A definate difference in warmth. Have worn in upper 30's and could notice the added warmth. Very good quality liners from others I have tried.
January 27, 2014
Ride:
2011 Triumph Speed Triple
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Works well with my existing warm weather gloves
I bought these instead of getting a pair of winter gloves. I use them with my Icon Pursuit gloves and it keeps my hands warm on those cold night rides on the freeway. Fits close to my hand and doesn't created bulk under gloves.
January 26, 2015
Ride:
2015 Yamaha FZ-07
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Adds value to your non-winter gloves
With these glove liners I have no problem with my Alpinestars SP-X gloves - which clearly aren't meant for colder weather - in sub 50 degree temperatures. What I find the most important is that they don't completely negate your ability to feel the controls like so many of the more affordable winter gloves do.
April 11, 2014
Ride:
1989 Kawasaki Ninja 250R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Worked great! Made a huge difference in warmth.
Wow, these liners really worked to keep my fingers comfortable. I used them on a 5-day trip (1800 miles) with Firstgear TPG Axiom gloves. Morning temps and temps at the higher elevations were in the mid 40s and my hands were fine with just liners, gloves, and Barkbuster Storm guards (no heated grips). The liners made a huge difference in the warmth of the gloves. Money well spent!
November 5, 2014
Ride:
2013 Honda NC700X
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Solution to numb fingers
Having began riding in the dead of winter, I quickly became accustom to being wrapped up in buku layers and winter riding gloves. My hands were some of the few places that seemed to get cold on longer rides in sub 30deg temps, but these liners paired with my Icon Patrol Waterproof Gloves did the trick. Ha, in fact, most of the time it seemed like these were just overkill b/c they added some serious heat.
September 9, 2014
Ride:
1997 Suzuki GSX-R600
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Fits great and are warm
Road from Nebraska to Calif and back. Over the Rockies I wore the inserts under my summer gloves and my hands were never cold.

On the return trip I went through and rain storm on the eastern side of the Rockies. The inserts and grip heaters kept my hands warm while the rest of me was soaked as some had ripped off my rain gear the day prior.

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July 28, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Works
I use these in combination with Alpinestars SPX Gloves. The SPX gloves are generally more warmer weather gloves.

I am able to use those gloves with these liners in 40degree F weather. My commute is 16 miles, 90% highway, about 25-30 minutes usually. I drove the other day in 32 degrees and my finger tips hurt by the time I got to work. I would recommend just get a nice pair of winter gloves for anything under 40 degrees.

I would recommend these because they do as advertised. They are only a glove liner and they make my warmer weather glove more cold proof.
January 14, 2014
Ride:
2011 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Extra warmth and a slim fit under gloves.
I purchased the Activa Thermolite Glove Liners to wear during the "winter" season (I use the term winter loosely) where I live in Los Angeles, CA. It does get down to around 40 F or slightly below especially early morning.

I commute 50 mins to work and I found all my other gear adequate for the temperature (I have zip-out liners in the rest of my gear) but always found my hands to be numb/cold by the time I got to work.

These liners fit with no issue under my gloves (Teknic Xcelerators) and keep my hands far more comfortable and warm than the gloves alone. For the price I found it well worth the comfort level provided. Sure they are not heated gloves or anything like that. However, for my purposes they work extremely well.
January 9, 2014
Ride:
2007 Yamaha XVS1100 V Star 1100 Custom
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
It works
Use these under my gloves on 45 degree mornings and keeps my hands comfortable for my 50 mile commute. I have no cowling or any other covers, so my hands are fully exposed.
October 21, 2013
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Overall, good liners
Overall, I like them. I especially like the markers on them to help you identify left/right (lol). Anyway, they are comfortable, breathable and generally good liners but not meant for extreme cold riding (below 25 F or so). For early spring daily commutes, they're great.
April 16, 2014
Ride:
2012 Harley Davidson Softail Blackline FXS
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Why did you choose this?
RevZilla Store
Price and good reviews
Charles B on Sep 12, 2016
These glove liners worked as expected in cooler weather here in the NYC area. I was able to ride deeper into the fall season because of them!
Gavin F on May 23, 2016
Price and good reviews
Charles B on Sep 12, 2016
Extra insulation under regular gloves.
zers on Sep 11, 2016
These glove liners worked as expected in cooler weather here in the NYC area. I was able to ride deeper into the fall season because of them!
Gavin F on May 23, 2016
These glove liners began to fell apart at the seams after being used only once. After using them twice, I had to spend an hour or so sewing the seams back together. Good thermal material, poor workmanship (made in China). Not recommended!
william f on Feb 2, 2016
I purchased this to provide an extra cold air barrier for my winter riding.
" " on Dec 1, 2015
Its Cold! Seems like a good base layer and has excellent reviews.
TRPonSV650 on Nov 22, 2015
Price and necessity.
KLR650Wildman on Oct 14, 2015
To ride in colder weather
Leonid G on Oct 3, 2015
Needed some more comfort on colder mornings in my summer gloves.
Aberu on Sep 30, 2015
To add when cold.
M O on Jul 17, 2015
Just looking for the fall to have something to add a little wind resistance to my glove, 3 season, spring summer fall. Need something to help into the low 30's.
Sparky925 on Jun 8, 2015
They are a nice added layer of protection if you don't have heated grips
A S on Apr 9, 2015
Hard to get my hand thought the cuff, but I can with are. Low volume inside the glove.
jeffrey r on Mar 18, 2015
Riding in cold weather.
Chris S on Feb 10, 2015
Even with "winter" gloves my hands get cold on long rides so I'm hoping these will help
Alan W on Jan 17, 2015
The reviews help me make this purchase.
tei g on Jan 12, 2015
Added warmth to my hands...
Francisco S on Jan 4, 2015
To warm up my cortech latigo rr gloves for the Florida winter
Anthony C on Nov 20, 2014
It's getting cold outside. I'm seeing if these will keep my hands warm.
Rudolph P on Nov 8, 2014
i needed another layer to keep my hands warm when i'm riding in >30 weather
stephen p on Nov 8, 2014
To keep my hands warmer than my gloves alone can.
Jairo M on Oct 16, 2014
great reviews
Terry N on Oct 14, 2014
I want to lengthen the riding season for my summer Scorpion gloves with Knox SPS on the palms. I must have that wrist protection. I am hoping these liners will do it. The write ups from other buyers were mostly realistic and positive.
Sacrydoll on Oct 11, 2014
Just for that extra cold protection that's sometimes needed. Good ratings
Charles J on Feb 26, 2014
Bought these as inserts for the Dianese Gore Tex gloves for extra warnth. Not as effective as heated gloves, but since I don't like to plug in gloves, this does just fine. Have ridden in mid 30's.
Keith K on Jan 20, 2014
Need some decent liners to replace the ones my dog destroyed (lol). Never tried this brand but I will be using them with waterproof 3 season gloves so I expect them to perform well for my purposes.
James R on Jan 17, 2014
Extra protection on really really really cold days and they contribute to the overall health and warmth of my hands
Mathew C on Dec 26, 2013
Reviews look good
Fredy U on Dec 12, 2013
Because riding in 20 degree weather with summer leather gloves leaning down at stoplights holding my clutch cover and water pump to keep from getting frostbite isn't fun.
Christopher S on Oct 25, 2013
Keep my hands warm with my summer gloves.
Gato G on Oct 19, 2013
very small but warm
Geoffroy B on Sep 23, 2013
Extra insulation under regular gloves.
zers on Sep 11, 2016
These glove liners began to fell apart at the seams after being used only once. After using them twice, I had to spend an hour or so sewing the seams back together. Good thermal material, poor workmanship (made in China). Not recommended!
william f on Feb 2, 2016
How do these compare to silk liners?
A shopper on Dec 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Sorry,can't there I have never used silk liners. These liners fit very well and give an layer to keep out the cold before you go to the heated ones.
I'd like a liner to wear under a mesh glove to block the effect of cold wind against my hand. Are these made of wind blocking material?
A shopper on May 14, 2012
BEST ANSWER: These glove liners are not windproof and have no wind blocking properties to them. They are strictly designed for adding some warmth to a glove via the thermal material that they are constructed from. The only windproof glove liner that we are aware of is the REV'IT Windstopper glove liner, which is not available in the USA at this time. As a side note, In our experience we have learned that using a truly windproof glove will provide the rider with a much better experience and fit compared to using a glove and a glove liner. Follow the link below to our windproof gloves.

http://www.revzilla.com/search?query=windproof&x=0&y=0#v2-facets%5B%5D=237&page=1&page_size=48&sort=featured&query=windproof
Similar to one of the other questions listed here, I have short summer mesh gloves. They get pretty cold at night with all the wind going through them. Would this liner (I know it's not windproof) help at all, or should I just look for a non-mesh glove? When people say they use this with summer riding gloves, are those perforated leather or mesh?

Thanks
A shopper on Dec 18, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I used these liners with my summer mesh gloves and it made a huge difference. These'll probably work with your mesh gloves into the low 50s for a moderately long ride and into the high 40s for shorter rides (15 to 20 miles).
Where is this product made?
A shopper on Nov 10, 2012
BEST ANSWER: The Arctiva Thermolite Glove liners are manufactured in The Middle Kingdom (China).