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5 5

Bring these back!!!

I love these gloves! They are nice and comfy, keep the hands warm, and I love the "goat grippers" on the palms. I've had my pair for a few years now and they are still in great shape. I thought I lost them a couple of times and freaked out because you can't get them anymore. Please bring these back!

5 5

Backcountry bring these back!

Will Backcountry bring these back? Slap a stoic label on the back and stoic sticky palm pattern in place of the goat, call em "Stoic Liner Glove" to keep in phase with BC.com's brand marketing strategy and you have a winner. These are the most versatile and functional liners out there. BC.com please bring these back with the Stoic logo!

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I completely agree. My wife lost her pair and I haven't been able to find a decent replacement. These are great for driving on cold days as well.

Will BC.com bring these back??? My girlfriend...

Will BC.com bring these back??? My girlfriend has these and I was too dumb to pick them up when they were still available. These are some of the best liners I've ever seen. Please bring them back!

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Backcountry Liners will not return... Please look for Stoic version of these liner gloves available early November, 2010.

5 5

Best Liners Out There.

These are the warmest, best fitting, fastest drying, most functional liners i have ever owned. The only thing to keep in mind is their thickness, they are thick enough that they may compromise the fit of an already tight glove

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Anyone know how the thickness compares...

Anyone know how the thickness compares between these and the Dakine liners that come with the Dakine Titans? I have a pair of titans but have lost the liners and was looking to see whether I could grab these and still wear them inside the Titans?

5 5

Favorite Light Winter Gloves/Liners

For the money these gloves cannot be beat. While not water proof, they are great for light winter hikes, cross country skiing, and snowshoeing. Tactile gip is very good and they can be used as liners under shells when needed in colder and/or wetter conditions. All of our family members have these and love them. Please bring these back!

5 5

Solid Glove

Great all around fleece glove for you here. Great for running skiing or anything you will sweat at. Nice and stretchy but soft to the touch. Pair them with a waterproof pair and bam you got yourself a great winter glove.

5 5

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Bought these as a gift for father and brother in law. They both seem to love the gloves. Very thin but very warm at the same time. Insulate well, breathe as well as wick moisture. The added stickiness of the goats on the palm make it good for grip when wearing solo. Plus you get to rep BC.com! Do it to it!

3 5

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I use these gloves to drive in and general wear to work and around town. On a scale of 1 to 10, warmth about a 5; fit: a 7, I ordered a medium and they were a little big. style: 10, can't go wrong with black. I like the sticky part of the gloves, but I think the little circular bumps would have been just as good. They are very stretchy and that is good, but I worry about too loose. Overall: I would recommend these gloves to a friend for casual wear, but not skiing or snowboarding. They are liner gloves.
jb

3 5

Fleece Liner Gloves

I use these gloves to drive in and general wear to work and around town. On a scale of 1 to 10, warmth about a 5; fit: a 7, I ordered a medium and they were a little big. style: 10, can't go wrong with black. I like the sticky part of the gloves, but I think the little circular bumps would have been just as good. They are very stretchy and that is good, but I worry about too loose. Overall: I would recommend these gloves to a friend for casual wear, but not skiing or snowboarding. They are liner gloves.
jb

5 5

Backcountry liner gloves- Excellent for winter driving!

Bought two pair as stocking stuffers. I tried on a pair and because of their comfortable fit, I kept a pair for myself. Unexpectedly, these glove liners are my favorite gloves for winter driving. The liners keep my hands very warm and I can easily able to manipulate the the knobs and buttons on the dash. Best of all is their safety feature, these liners are impressive when it comes to gripping the cold steering. There is no hand slipping or sliding action when turning the steering wheel - I feel like Spiderman.

5 5

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Great set of gloves, good fit and warm. Love the grips definitely easy to hold onto just about anything your are handling. They are pretty good on their own. When it gets really cold, I have used smartwool glove liners with great success. Definitely would recommend it!

5 5

Backcountry.com Liner Glove - Men's

I used these today for the first time. Went up LCC to do some touring, and used these exclusively on the way up. They seem to be more durable than most crappy liners, and the goat pattern on the palm is super tacky. They were good and breathable, and kept the water out until I got into some deeper snow and fell over a couple times! Obviously, once I reached an upper elevation, shaded area my hands got cold, but these are most certainly not meant to keep you warm on their own. Better than the rest for sure.

4 5

Great for winter

I am thoroughly enjoying my gloves out here in missouri. For the price, the are great. The gloves feel pretty durable and maintain dexterity.

5 5

Thicker than Burton power stretch gloves

These gloves are great. They are twice as thick as the powerstretch gloves that burton sells. They stretch quite a bit and the little goats are very grippy. I usually wear a large but returned it for a medium and it feels better. They fit of the Burton is tighter and nice for more dexterity but theses are better overall.

4 5

Sweet deal for the price

These are great for the price. Nice stretchy fleece with good greep where you need it.

5 5

Perfect

Simply glove. Soft, warm, good fit, good grip. Maybe a little thicker than I was expecting, a heavier-weight glove liner.

Really cant go wrong with these.

4 5

Versatile

This is a really good glove / glove liner. I have used them outdoors for a long periods of time on top of a roof in the high 20's and they kept my hands warm. It's a thicker liner, but still fits in the Stoic Inbounds Glove. They also block wind moderately well. I've used these to brush my car windows off and they've gotten moist, but not uncomfortably wet. I would definitely recommend these gloves. I did have a hole form in the crease of the palm and the thumb after about a month, but with backcountry.com's superior return policy, I am getting new ones free of charge. They will stand by their products.

5 5

Great gloves

These gloves may be a little thick for some, but I really appreciate them on a cold bike ride to work. I use these liners by themselves most of the time. The polartech fleece blocks most wind and the rubber grips on the palm and fingers are great. They do have seams on the inside, and again are not the thinnest glove out there, if dexterity is a must you might look else where, but I love mine, thanks backcountry for another great product.