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There's no need for a bulky insulated glove when you can just layer a shell over the Ibex Shak Glove Liner. Dense-knit New Zealand merino wool keeps your hands warm when it's chilly, yet wicks and breathes as you start to break a sweat on the skin to the ridge.

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Logo of Ibex just on left glove?

    Common people, what not enough of thread to embroider logo on RIGHT glove?

    Unanswered Question

    What is the difference between the Ibex shak glove liner and the Ibex stretch liner?

    How can I be notified when the large comes...

    How can I be notified when the large comes back in stock?

    Backcountry doesn't have any way to automatically notify customers when items they're interested in come back in stock... yet...

    If you want to share your opinion regarding that, the best place to do it is via the link below and file it under "praise/complaints/suggestions":

    In the meantime, since they're a winter item, we'll probably be ordering more in the fall.


    Really great

    • Gender:Male
    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I have had these for two winters and use them primarily without an outer glove/mitt. They keep my hands warm and fit perfectly, I typically wear a medium glove. I wear them for exercise five day a week and regularly during the day if I don't need something water resistant. They have held up very well and show very little wear.


    Great as a liner, poor quality by themselves

      I bought these for backcountry skiing as a liner for leather work gloves.
      These are warm, wicking, and don't smell bad. However they are falling apart. Within the first week the seams were starting to blow out. Then I noticed that the fabric on my right thumb was disintegrating. They are a great glove if you are going to wear them as a liner and not do anything with them when they aren't covered by another glove. I would not recommend them.


      Perfect companion.

        I've been using these liners to supplement my Hestra XCR Gloves for the last few weeks and they help bridge the gap between the days I don't want to wear my mitts but am finding the conditions somewhat too cold for the glove alone. The knit is very fine with a thicker merino which I think should provide a good bit of durability in these liners. They are also warm enough to be worn alone during a high output activity such as running or skinning. I wear a size 9 Hestra and ended up getting a size M in these. Perfect fit.