Arctiva Thermolite Glove Liners
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
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.
July 28, 2014
Kept my hands warmer
While this was the coldest winter in a long time, I was able to ride with the aid of a few items. These glove liners enabled me to keep my hands more comfortable on my to work in the morning. They are a real plus to my winter riding clothing.
June 23, 2014
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