They are so warm even without the liners. I use the liners as just every day gloves. Only time I have worn the liners in is when it was -5 F. I also put hand warmers in the top pouches that day and it was more than enough warmth. Also they stay completely dry throughout the whole day. And the goretex has yet to wear at all (even at the seams) after a season and a half of riding and everyday use.
The plastic that the tools attach to isnt very strong, so it makes a good tight torque kind of difficult. Also the tool is kind of big to fit in if your bindings are on your board and the lack of a ratcheting head make it kind of annoying. But it gets the job done. My next tool will definitely be a ratcheting one.
I love this bag. It holds up to everything, keeps your board safe, and has room for my board (with bindings on) boots, helmet, goggles, pants, jacket, some under armor and other clothes, gloves, and a couple other things.
This backpack fits my widescreen 15 inch laptop and keeps it nice and safe while I lug it around campus. It also has plenty of room for my books and what not. And although the straps are designed for a skateboard, if you arent going far the top strap is strong enough to hold your snowboard right under the binding.