Code: WINTER20


The Seirus Deluxe Thermax Glove Liners give you hand-warmth options for warmer and colder winter days.

Wear the Seirus Deluxe Thermax Glove Liners under your ski shell gloves on frigid days, and sport these comfy liners on their own for trips into town. The wicking fabric keeps your hands from becoming sweat-balls on the slopes, and the form-fitting construction minimizes bulk. The Deluxe Thermax Liners come in handy on sunny backcountry trips when an insulated glove is too hot.

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4 5

So far, so good

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

I wanted an extra layer for a trip to Fairbanks in March. I ended up wearing them alone so that I could handle my camera, which would not have been possible with bulky ski gloves. I feel they are comfortable, true to size (I ordered 2 sizes and sent back the larger ones), maybe a tad long in the fingers, but then I have short fingers. For my needs they are perfect. Not sure how long they will last, but for the price they made me happy.

1 5


  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

Cheaply made. Mine got splits in the seams and burned a hole through just by touching a hot pot. If you plan on using these as more then just liners look elsewhere.

1 5


  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

Cheaply made. Mine got splits in the seams and burned a hole through just by touching a hot pot. look elsewhere.

3 5

Thin but warm

These are pretty warm for how thin they are. They work great as liners, or by themselves if it's not too cold.

3 5

One Season Glove Liners

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift

Warm, but not durable. I only used them for a few days and they already feel a bit worn, but they can stand up for about a season or so. Worth the $10 but not much more.

2 5


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I used these for a season+ of backcountry skiing a year ago, and ended up returning them from where I got them (not here). The holes worn through on both the index fingers and thumb were impressive, and I was refunded simply because I was dissatisfied with the gloves' weak fabric. I am finding similar problems with other liner gloves as well, so I think it might be attributed to thin fleece simply wearing away under constant abrasion, kind of like how your socks get after a while. In any respect, I expected to get more life out of these gloves, and was not satisfied.

2 5


I've used these as liners about 13 days this season, and they're already been ruined. The index finger has complete been torn to shreds and can't stay on my finger because the holes and rips are too much. I didn't get them to save my hands, make me warmer, block wind or provide any protection from the elements. I got them purely to reduce friction while frequently putting my gloves on and off, they worked well for that but with the light use I've put on them they shouldn't have been destroyed so easily

4 5

soft, light, and works with smartphones

I bought these one day when I had forgotten my regular liners as a quick cheap replacement for the day. I still wear them under my mittens because they are soft, keep my hands from sweating, and best of all I CAN USE MY iPHONE WITH THEM ON! My smartphone still senses my movement if I need to send a quick text or change the tune. Would I wear these on a cold day alone? No way, they are much too thin - but to wear under an already warm glove they are great.

2 5

not deluxe

i know glove liners are like a season's ski pass, good for a year. but these glove liners have only lasted a couple of outings and have holes, rips, and threadbare already. when i first bought them they were great but quickly lost the luster. going back to silk liners.

3 5


These would do the job, but I ended up keeping the same brand's Silk Glove Liners because they were softer and less bulky under my current collection of winter gloves. Fits true to size chart.

5 5


solid liner, solid price. i'd definitely recommend to the thrifty buyer.

3 5

Not Bad

For $10 I feel I got a good deal. I use these as gloves and for me personally, they give the right amount of warmth and let just enough air blow through them to keep my palms from sweating. I wear these casually around town or for whatever I might do where I'm hangin around in the weather, so like I said, they're good for me. They are thin, though, and I can easily see how they could get a hole or snag but $10 is $10.

1 5

Glove liner

The gloves ripped through the thumb the second day. Also not warm. Northface makes a much better glove liner for $30 that actually works and lasts

4 5

great liner

These liners are thin but do a good job of keeping out the cold, and fit under my North Face size large gloves. Recommended.