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Patagonia Capilene Midweight Liner Glove

$45.00

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Why We Like the Capilene Midweight Liner Glove

These Capilene Midweight liners by Patagonia are perfect for your next ski trip. They use mostly recycled materials to trap warm air while keeping our hands dry, and odor control keeps them fresh run after run. When you’ve spent as many cold days sitting in the wind taking the chair-lift as we have you learn how important it is to have an effective glove liner. Touchscreen compatible, there’s no need to expose hands to the cold while checking our phones for the next weather update either.

  • Midweight liner to layer underneath your favorite winter gloves
  • Recycled material provides soft, eco-friendly warmth
  • HeiQ odor control keeps gloves fresh between washes
  • Low profile and soft fleece for easy layering
  • Built-in mechanical stretch means these gloves fit peak after peak
  • Item #PATZ9N0

Responsible Collection
Recycled/Repurposed
Material
[solid] 100% recycled polyester diamond-grid knit, HeiQ Fresh treatment [print] 50% recycled polyester, 50% polyester, HeiQ Fresh treatment
Style
liner
Touchscreen Compatible
yes
Claimed Weight
1oz
Recommended Use
casual, skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 1

Shredded after one day of use

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

When I first tried these on, I loved them. Soft, well constructed and warm. After one day of using them under my Hestra ski gloves, they were absolutely shredded to pieces. If these gloves even smell velcro, they will fall apart. As you can imagine, this is a problem when adjusting your ski gloves. I'm sure they have other uses, but they are too fragile for anything I would use them for.

>Rating: 5

Great with a caveat

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
L
Height
5` 11"

Love these gloves. I tend to start cold then overheat with gloves when starting in 40-50F weather on runs. I felt that these breath well enough that I stay warm throughout without overheating. My only caveat is that given how thin they are, I have unfortunately ripped a hole in the palms after taking a tumble on trail run.