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Rab Primaloft Knit Glove

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Warm, versatile, and lightweight.

The merino-wool blend of the Rab PrimaLoft Knit Gloves offers welcome relief from icy winter weather when you wear them beneath your shell gloves on the mountain or on their own when you're shoveling the driveway or racking up before an alpine climb. When you're done, you can snap a quick photo of the dramatic summit or clean driveway thanks to the touchscreen compatible thumb and fingers.

  • PrimaLoft Silver Performance merino-wool blend
  • Touchscreen-compatible thumb and index/middle fingers
  • Stretch fit
  • Item #RAB002F

Tech Specs

Material
PrimaLoft Silver Performance (merino-wool blend)
Closure
cuff
Touchscreen Compatible
yes
Claimed Weight
1.1 oz
Recommended Use
alpine, skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

Tech Specs

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Favorite liners! Favorite liners

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have somewhere around 8 different kinds of liners, and these are my favorite. Warm, comfortable, and they are the only liners that I can easily use touch screen devices in, as in I can swype text messages with precision and ease.

They are very durable for liners. You cannot expect them to last if you're not using them inside another glove as intended.

Very happy with these liners

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Very high quality knit, quite warm. Medium size was too tight for a grown man, but not for my ten year old son who loves his new liners. Highly recommend as a liner or light walker, but not a primary in rough weather/conditions.

Hands sweat, wool shrinks

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Warm when wet is the great part of wool, but apparently these shrink (a whole lot actually). I wore them as liners for my ice climbing gloves. My hands sweat when I climb and after a few days of climbing these shrank enough that I can't wear them any more.

I gave them to my girlfriend so I guess that's a plus.

The touchscreen digits don't work anymore so I guess that's another minus.

Snags easily, but comfortable, warm-ish

    I don't recommend these if you're looking for something insanely durable or super warm. These gloves are slightly above average in both of those categories. The touchscreen compatibility is nice though and they're a decent option. I like the wool / primaloft blended material.