FREEZE-OUT Inner Glove Liners – SM, Black

FREEZE-OUT Inner Glove Liners - SM, Black

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  • Brushed poly interior wicks moisture &#1072n&#1281 feels f&#1072nt&#1072&#1109t&#1110&#1089 against skin
  • Stretch &#1072n&#1281 recovery f&#959r a comfortable fit without binding
  • Flat-lock seams &#1072r&#1077 comfortable &#1072n&#1281 layer straightforwardly
  • Elasticized openings seal out th&#1077 elements

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  • Advance barrier technology seals out &#1089&#959&#406&#1281 air &#1072n&#1281 wind
  • Brushed poly interior wicks moisture &#1072n&#1281 feels f&#1072nt&#1072&#1109t&#1110&#1089 against skin
  • Stretch &#1072n&#1281 recovery f&#959r a comfortable fit without binding
  • Flat-lock seams &#1072r&#1077 comfortable &#1072n&#1281 layer straightforwardly
  • Elasticized openings seal out th&#1077 elements

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Price: $ 16.99

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    Posted 11/12/2014 at 7:30 | Permalink
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Very comfortable – jury subdue out on longevity and bulkiness, November 8, 2013
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    This review is from: FREEZE-OUT Inner Glove Liners – SM, Black
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    I’ve only used these twice so far and have had no problem with seams, but can’t speak to longevity yet. I also only used them for my 35-minute commute, so can’t speak to long rides. I commuted all last winter here in N. TX, riding down to about 36F with just thick gloves – no liners. Once or twice I tried 32-34F, but chose to draw the line at 36 because my hands were just too painfully cold. Even at 36 I would need a cup of hot chocolate to warm up my hands. So these last two days were 37F and 39F and I used the liners for the first time. I reckon it helped a small. I was not uncomfortably cold and didn’t need hot chocolate – too terrible. I’m guessing that they will give me a few more degrees down.

    I have to honestly say though that they do make my already bulky gloves even bulkier. This morning I had a close call pulling out my driveway. I went for the brakes but my palm kept the throttle on so I came close to a car. That’s never happened since I was a newbie, so I have to attribute it to the bulkiness. It also makes it just about impossible to work the controls on my bluetooth headset. I can’t feel what I’m doing – changing FM preside over when I’m trying to adjust the volume.

    Reviews of other liners like these nag about velcro snags. I haven’t had any problems, probably because I am very careful to place on the liner and glove on one hand and then place on the liner and glove on the other hand, so I am always handling the velcro with bare hand or gloved hand and never with the liner.

    Overall I like them. They are very thin and comfortable. I will have to evaluate further whether they make it unsafe to ride because of added bulk and how they hold up this winter.

    UPDATE 11/27/2013: I wore the liners this morning on my 35 minute commute when it was 28F and felt like 20F. Ok, that was officially too cold. But I made it with no problems and can laugh about it. So I would say these liners give me at least 6 degrees. I sometimes wear them in the office. I’m typing with them now. It’s slower and I make a lot of mistakes, but my fingers are pleased. Very comfortable. I do not have generous hands and these Smalls are tight going on for me, so I could see how someone with larger hands could split the seams putting them on. As far as bulkiness, you just have to get used to it. I can’t completely blame the incident I referred to earlier on the liners. I have been careful and haven’t had any other issues. So as long as you get used to them and take extra care, they shouldn’t cause you any protection problems.

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    Posted 11/12/2014 at 8:06 | Permalink
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not excellent for below 45 degrees F, November 14, 2013
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    tman14

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    They stay dry compared to cotton gloves, but not as warm when used as a liner. Honestly, the seams at the fingertips ruin the thought of using them while riding in temperatures below 45F. They only give you an extra 5F to work with over not having liners at all. Putting latex gloves on between the liners and the main glove allows me to go down to 35F. My ride time is between 45 and 55 minutes in low humidity and between 30F and 40F.

    Wearing HD leather winter gloves.

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    Posted 11/12/2014 at 8:20 | Permalink
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    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Not lasting, January 28, 2013
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    Cody Pinault (TEMPE, AZ, US) –

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    These gloves ripped the first time I tried them on. The seams are not lasting. Unfortunately, I would NOT recommend this item.

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