- 220g liner upgrade for added warmth
- Moisture wicking stretch poly shell
- Midweight (220g) stretch polyester fleece offers mobility in all directions
- Moisture wicking fleece material keeps hands sweat-free
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No surprises, which is a good thing.
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
Got these to wear under other gloves, but I've ended up using them mostly on their own when hiking and skinning. Comfortable and lightweight, just what you'd expect. Nothing groundbreaking, but they're glove liners; they do what they're supposed to, and the price is right.
Why do you need to slink to the level of...
Why do you need to slink to the level of underage subterranean dickhead "shotgunning your beers in the parking lot"?! Is that supposed to make you sound cool to the 17 year olds on your website? C'mon. Respect yourself. (...and don't promote dumbass behavior - especially where you have underage buyers; surprising you need to be reminded of such!)
I apologize if the content didn't agree with you. It's just that there isn't a whole lot to say about glove liners, so sometimes you gotta have a little fun with it.
Condoning or encouraging stupid behavior isn't "fun". The kid shotgunning beers in the parking lot now could be the drunk driver who kills you or your friend an hour later.
Just tested this liner in the snow while Night shreddin, underneath my regular gloves. Kept my hands super warm, especially when I was smoking on the lift and had to take my regular glove off. Just had my cigarette out with my liner on, felt a little cold but nothing compared to a bear naked hand.
On a cold day I won't go back to not using a liner underneath reg gloves. Don't spent too much on liner's either. This is the perfect price, any more than $10-15 and ur gettin jacked.
These are a perfect price for a perfect liner. Fit is true to fit, I wear a Large size regular glove from Dakine so I got the Large size liner, fits perfectly.