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Wear the SmartWool Liner Glove alone when you're trail running during the fall, or use this lightweight glove for extra insulation underneath your heavier glove when you're skiing during the winter. Merino wool provides comforting warmth, it feels smooth against your skin, and it breathes naturally so your hand feels comfortable, not stifled.

  • Merino wool provides light insulation for warmth and it's naturally breathable for comfort
  • Merino is also naturally resistant to the bacteria that causes odors
  • Unlike cotton, wool retains its warmth even when wet
  • Rib-knit cuff keeps the fit close to your skin at the wrist so this glove is easy to layer with
  • Touchscreen compatible

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5 5

Great liners for cold weather cycling

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I purchased these liners primarily to wear for cold weather cycling, but I have also used them for general use outdoors--walking dogs, running, etc.--under other gloves and mittens for added warmth. They are great liners that last a long time, several seasons.

4 5

What you'd expect from smart wool

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

This is a great glove. Smart Wool makes excellent gear and these gloves did not disappoint. They fit well (true to size) and are plenty warm on their own or used as liners. Wool is great as it performs wet though if I had a choice I'd keep my hands warm AND dry at all costs--which these on their own won't do.

They're an excellent choice for their price and quality.

5 5

Great product, and Customer Service

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

I haven't gotten the chance to wear them much, the left glove had a small hole between the thumb and index finger. But getting them exchanged has been painless. When I was able to wear them they fit perfectly under my Burton AK Yeti gloves, and add considerable warmth (my hands stayed warm in -30 wind chill conditions in Wisconsin). I specify my main gloves to emphasize the amazingly low profile these liners have. The yeti gloves boast a pretty snug fit to maximize your dexterity with them, but these liners don't restrict my movement or make the gloves uncomfortable. If it isn't a problem with my yeti's your gloves are probably too small if you can't wear these with them (or not intended to have liners used with them). The touch screen fingers work flawlessly with my ipod, android smart phone, and tablet. The large fit me perfectly. Can't wait to get my replacement liners and have them for next winter!

4 5

Merino Wool & Touchscreen Compatibility

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share

I bought these as a gift for my sister as she was in need of a pair of light gloves. It sounds like they work equally great as a second layer on cold ski days and more casually alone around town. I know the Merino wool and touchscreen compatibility at a reasonable helped this pair in particular stand out from others.

5 5

Critical Outdoor Gear

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large

As a person with psychotic hand temperature regulation, they always start out ridiculously cold and end up sweating, liners are a staple of my glove system. Liners make real sense for most alpine pursuits like BC skiing, Ice climbing, etc.., since they allow you to remove outer gloves when dexterity calls for it but still give you a modicum of protection in the process. ALL outdoor enthusiasts use a base layer when suiting up, why do less for your hands? I always carry a spare dry pair in my pack; weigh almost nothing, and I am sure whoever is leading the next pitch will appreciate that you can actually feel the rope you are paying out.... Buy a bunch of differing weights, again, just like your base layers, and watch your enjoyment of winter pursuits improve exponentially.

5 5

Plush

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

These babies are warm and comfy. No better feeling than having your hand surrounded in merino wool. The sensors work great for my iPhone, so I don't have to take em off when it's cold on the mountain to change my music or answer a call. Great buy, especially for the price.

Will these glove liners fit in a pair of...

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Will these glove liners fit in a pair of mittens with finger separation?

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Hey Henry, if I was a betting man - I would say yes, they should work with your mittens w/ finger separation as they are meant work as glove liners also. That being said, its dependent on your specific mittens, but I think you should be fine. And if not, you can always take advantage of our awesome return policy!

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Yes, these gloves fit in as liners in mittens and other gloves.

5 5

Nice warm liners.

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

As a lifty, my gloves always get trashed from pulling chairs (cloth constantly rubbing against metal), getting poked by ski poles, coming in contact with ski/snowboard edges, etc. So these wool glove liners are a no-brainer when the exterior of all my gloves are worn out. My hands stay warm in these even in the harshest conditions, I would recommend them to anybody!

4 5

So warm!!!

My daughter in law is telling me every time when I see her THANKS!!!

4 5

Basic Base

I've been buying SmartWool liner gloves just about every Winter for the past decade. These keep your hands toasty even when wet (hooray wool!).

Their construction, for the most part, is solid, but be forewarned, that just the smallest tear or cut can cause these to quickly unravel. If you're planning on doing any "work" whether it's carrying wood for a fire or carrying your skis to the lift, use an outer glove to avoid demolishing these.

While I realize that these are "liner" gloves and not meant for "heavy lifting", their construction can be brought into question just in the slightest. Otherwise, almost perfect, that's why I keep buying them!

5 5

Nice liners

These glove liners are nice. They do a good job in tandem with gloves for extra warmth, but the cool part is the touch tech. The thumb and forefingers are slightly metallic, allowing for use of phones, tablets, etc.
As other reviewers have mentioned they are best when used with gloves. Definitely keep the velcro away.

4 5

Solid little Liner

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

This is a great liner, warm and light. With sweaty hands, you will want something like Merino Wool in case they get cold again. I do not have the touch screen version but I don't use a phone when I snowboard. The only problem is they will wear out fast if not used solely as liners. Also don't touch velcro or it will chew away the wool fibers. Mine has a hole in the thumb so I can use a lighter ;) In the 30s with mittens on, your hands will sweat but these are great for super cold temps. I also use these with OR Windstopper shell gloves sometimes to bulk them up. 4 stars for durability and high price to fabric weight ratio. Worth it though.

5 5

Great Liner Glove with Touchscreen Tech

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is an updated version of Smartwool's Liner Glove - now it has touchscreen capability knit into the wool on the Thumb and Pointer Finger.