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Arctiva Thermolite Glove Liners


  • Extremely warm, ultralight fabric
  • Snug-fitting layer next to the skin
  • Ideal glove or mitt liner
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Arctiva Thermolite Glove Liners 4.4 5 35 35
Better than nothing The liners fit well inside of my gloves but reduce my feel of the controls. I find that in 40-50 degrees, your hands still get pretty cold but you can still keep feeling in your fingers. Definitely worth buying, particularly if you don't expect to do extensive riding in the cold. Otherwise you may want to consider investing more money in a more effective option. February 24, 2015
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
does what it should... Light weight, thin, and warm.adds another 5-10 degees before my hands get cold... December 8, 2014
Thin and soft. Pro: Not too Bulky Con: Not too warm. Commute 50 miles/ 54 Degrees. Hands were freezing Half way through ride. (warn under icon Rim fire Gloves) November 20, 2014
Great for cool climate Got these to enjoy my 70 mile round trip freeway commute on my bike for temps around 50. They are comfortable and fit nicely beneath my normal riding gloves. These are great for the early Fall and Spring months around the Mid-Atlantic region. November 17, 2014
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
Did the trick! My hands are always cold, but it becomes even more of a challenge when riding temperatures get around 60. I don't like a lot of bulk, so I thought I would try these liners under my regular leather gloves. They did the trick and kept my hands warm. October 28, 2014
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
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Arctiva Thermolite Glove Liners
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
jeffrey r: Hard to get my hand thought the cuff, but I can with are. Low volume inside the glove. Mar 18, 2015
Chris S: Riding in cold weather. Feb 10, 2015
Alan W: Even with "winter" gloves my hands get cold on long rides so I'm hoping these will help Jan 17, 2015
tei g: The reviews help me make this purchase. Jan 12, 2015
Francisco S: Added warmth to my hands... Jan 4, 2015
Anthony C: To warm up my cortech latigo rr gloves for the Florida winter Nov 20, 2014
Rudolph P: It's getting cold outside. I'm seeing if these will keep my hands warm. Nov 8, 2014
stephen p: i needed another layer to keep my hands warm when i'm riding in >30 weather Nov 8, 2014
Jairo M: To keep my hands warmer than my gloves alone can. Oct 16, 2014
Terry N: great reviews Oct 14, 2014
Steven K: 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. Oct 11, 2014
Charles J: Just for that extra cold protection that's sometimes needed. Good ratings Feb 26, 2014
Keith K: 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. Jan 20, 2014
James R: 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. Jan 17, 2014
Mathew C: Extra protection on really really really cold days and they contribute to the overall health and warmth of my hands Dec 26, 2013
Fredy U: Reviews look good Dec 12, 2013
Christopher S: 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. Oct 25, 2013
Gato G: Keep my hands warm with my summer gloves. Oct 19, 2013
Geoffroy B: very small but warm Sep 23, 2013
A shopper asked: 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? May 14, 2012
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RevZilla: 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.

May 17, 2012
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Jacen101307: No Jan 7, 2013
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A shopper asked: 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?

Dec 18, 2013
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Gato G: 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). Dec 18, 2013
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A shopper asked: Where is this product made? Nov 10, 2012
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RevZilla: The Arctiva Thermolite Glove liners are manufactured in The Middle Kingdom (China). Nov 13, 2012
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Arctiva Men's Gloves

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SM 2.75
MD 3.25
LG 3.75
XL 4.25
2XL 4.75
3XL 5.25
4XL 5.75

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