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Wear it by itself on the up and add your snow-proof mitten for the down.

Slip on the Hestra Power Stretch Glove Liner and add a layer of much-needed warmth to your glove or mitten—or wear it alone for a bit of insulation while hiking or touring. The four-way Polartec Power Stretch fabric features an abrasion- and wind-resistant outer face and a soft, moisture-wicking inner face for maximum comfort while you’re pushing yourself in the cold. Sticky grip on the palm and fingertips clutch a ski or trekking pole as well as reduce fabric slippage when worn as a baselayer underneath a glove shell.

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So good, we have 2 pairs

These are great liners. I was sick of my wife stealing them from me, so I bought her a pair too. We both teach skiing and I usually wear mine all day without a additional layer. They stay relatively dry in a moderate amount of snow, but I wouldn't wear them out on a powder day. My wife wears them under a pair of Swany mittens and they fit perfectly. Without fail, these gloves are comfortable, warm, and stay dry even after the longest days on the slopes.

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Nice liner for Hestra Heli Glove, but order one size smaller

For me, the Hestra Heli Glove performed exceptionally well down to about 5 degrees; it has it's own removable liner. But for added warmth (we were skiing in sub zero weather last week in Montana), I wore these liners inside the Heli's, in they definitely provided warmth for another 15 degrees or so (down to minus 10 Farenheit).

If you do wear them as liners inside other Hestra gloves, may want to buy a size smaller (as these seem to run a little large). I paired size 8 liners with size 10 Heli's, and it was an awesome combo.

I also wore these liners solo as stand-alone light gloves whilst traveling. Worked great for this application too. Very dextrous.

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i second that on the sizing! i wear size 10 Heli's and 9 still ended up being a bit too big. Since size 8 is out of stock, ordered size 8 directly from Hestra's online store, but keeping the 9 to use it as a "stand-alone" pair. I guess it depends on the shape of your hands, but the sizing seems to run big around the palm/wrist area.

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Hi guys! I guess that if you ordered size 10 gloves & size 8 liners to fit in, your hoands are size 9 folllowing the hestra´s size guide, right?
Thank you!

4 5

Lovely Gloves but ....

Wouldn't fit in any ski gloves I tried but fit and felt wonderful ! Highly dexterous. I'd wear them with mittens or shell gloves.

i was wondering how warm this liner would...

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i was wondering how warm this liner would be paired with the hestra vert cut? and if i have the vert cut in a size 9 should i buy these in a size smaller to fit snugly or are they cut to fit tightly already?

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While I have not tried the liner with my Hestra Heli Gloves on the hill yet...this Sunday will be my first day out...however I can tell you that the gloves liner do not fit overly tight on my average size hands. I bought the heli glove in a size larger than normal to accomodate wearing the liner on cold days. I hope this helps you.