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Black Diamond Heavyweight Glove Liner

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Heavy-hitting warmth for cold weather pursuits.

Wear the Black Diamond Heavyweight Glove Liners on the skintrack or singletrack to resist wind and insulate your hands against the cold. Their Polartec Power Stretch fleece fabric is warm, breathable, and has plenty of stretch to remain comfortable when they're layered under a pair of waterproof gloves. The gloves are also equipped with a durable goat leather palm and touchscreen compatible thumb and finger.
  • Polartec Power Stretch fleece fabric
  • Goat leather palm
  • Touchscreen compatible thumb and index finger
  • Item #BLD00DR

Tech Specs

[body] Polartec Power Stretch fleece, [palm] goat leather
Palm Grip
Claimed Weight
2.3 oz
Recommended Use
trail running, backcountry touring
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Tech Specs

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Surprisingly warm

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I love the leather palms and I was actually pleasantly surprised with how warm these were. They seem to be a little warmer than similar weight liners I have. Before buying, I had heard the touchscreen fingers on these BD liners didn't work too well.. or at all. I found they definitely work, but the touch may require a bit more precision than you'd expect. A pretty minor inconvenience to me.

I bought my usual size and found I probably could have sized down and have been fine.

Thumb seam causes discomfort in gripping

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought these before I started bike riding in the winter, and now that I ride in the cold winter of Berlin, they aren't really ideal. The seam where the thumb material attaches causes pain when gripping my handlebars. Also with the increased wind from riding they aren't terribly insulatory.
These are best used as every day gloves in near freezing temps.