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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 ratingsFeb 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 handsDec 26, 2013
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.
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?
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