Arctiva Thermolite Glove Liners
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
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
Great glove liner!
I love these glove liners. As thin as they are, you wouldn't think that they would work as well as they do!
February 10, 2014
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
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 15, 2014
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
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