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Recent Glove Liner Reviews

Salomon Active glove

rated 3 of 5 stars Lightweight, breathable gloves that offer protection from the elements and a comfortable fit. Order one size smaller for the perfect fit. I wear my Salomon Running Gloves 3/4 seasons. The lightweight, breathable design makes them perfect for cooler days but also keeps your hands warm on the coldest of nights. I ordered a size smaller because these gloves are very stretchy and ordering smaller ensures a snug fit that is also easy to get off while running if your hands become too hot. I also wear… Full review

Manzella Women's Sprint

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The Sprint offers great flexibility for active winter enthusiasts. While touted as a liner, this glove can be worn alone for a variety of pursuits. The gloves are very durable, hold their shape when wet, and comfortable. I can hardly say enough about how much I like these gloves. I did buy these gloves before they were offered with the touch tips, so I cannot speak to that feature that is now offered with these gloves. My hands are not really an "off the shelf" size, but these glove fit well on… Full review

Seirus Thermax Deluxe Glove Liner

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Glove liners with no holes after two winters? Not all stretched out? Form fitting liners that you don't have to wrestle with getting other gloves on and off? Best I've found throughout the years. Seirus. Sirius? No, Seirus. Seriously.  As the Mercury begins to climb toward 90°F here in Baltimore, I can't help but fixate on cool Autumn weather. I have busted out my cool weather stuff, and I should talk about these nice glove liners... This will be my third season using the Seirus glove liners. Full review

Berghaus Polartec 100 Liner Glove

rated 1 of 5 stars A very poorly constructed glove which separated at the seam with the cuff on its second day of use. Unfortunate as it was very lightweight, warm, and comfortable otherwise. These liner gloves are an unfortunately poor product, which I genuinely wanted to like. After soaking through my merino liner gloves on an unexpectedly muddy scramble at the start of a multi day trip, I went and purchased these Berghaus liner gloves to keep my hands warm for my upcoming two hikes in the highlands (Scotland). Full review

Black Diamond Lightweight Glove Liner

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Very comfortable lightweight liner that is fairly breathable, yet just warm enough. Dexterity and durability do not seem to be issues. Excellent and extremely comfortable lightweight liner that is fairly breathable, yet warm enough to serve as a standalone set of gloves in weather that is not terribly cold. There is a great level of dexterity due to the "stretchy" fabric and while sizing seems to run small, that could be by design because they are liners. Durability does not seem to be an issue. Full review

DeFeet Handskins

rated 5 of 5 stars These gloves have worked excellent for me. I have had the same pair for several years. They have been used for cycling in cold conditions down to about 45°, lower than that you will need thicker gloves.  They fit very well and wick away sweat. The have great traction and durability. I have had them for so long because I am not an everyday hardcore cycler.  There were 3 to 4 seasons of winter when I used them regularly both solo and inside thicker gloves. I will purchase another pair. Full review

The North Face Men's Etip Glove

rated 4 of 5 stars Full review

Black Diamond Men's WindWeight Glove

rated 4.5 of 5 stars awesome gloves. great wind protection. odd seam placement full review here: Full review

SportHill InFuzion Glove

rated 3 of 5 stars The gloves look and feel nice. They are light, and the grippy stuff on the palm is good if you want these to second as driving gloves. They are not heavy or bulky. They are nice and warm if it is bone dry outside. If it is raining at all they are relatively useless. I have even done a triple scotchguard treatment on them, but to no avail. These gloves are fine for chilly runs, but hang em up if it is raining. Full review

Top-Rated Glove Liners

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user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
Black Diamond Lightweight Glove Liner
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
Black Diamond WindWeight Glove
$25 - $49
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
The North Face Etip Glove
$23 - $82
Arc'teryx Gothic Glove
Hestra Insulated Mitt Liner
Rab Power Stretch Pro Glove
Outdoor Research Catalyzer Liners
Marmot Stretch Wrist Gaiter
Patagonia Sun Glove
Black Diamond HeavyWeight Glove Liner
$28 - $39
Seirus Wizard Deluxe Thermax Glove Liner
Hestra Insulated 5-Finger Liner
Outdoor Research Halberd Gloves
Rab Power Stretch Contact Glove
Ibex Stretch Merino Glove Liner
Nathan SpeedShift
Under Armour Armour Stretch Glove
Nathan TransWarmer Convertible Glove/Mitt
The North Face Power Stretch Glove
$20 - $24
Icebreaker Quantum Glove
Smartwool Liner Glove
$13 - $24
The North Face Etip STH Glove
Black Diamond WoolWeight Glove
Marmot Connect Active Glove
$20 - $39
Seirus Wizard Xtreme Glove
Outdoor Research Biosensor Liners
$20 - $25
Manzella Sprint TouchTip Gloves
Black Diamond WindWeight Mitt
$35 - $42
Nathan Speedster Glove
Smartwool Spring Glove
$63 - $89
Black Diamond Mont Blanc Gloves
Arc'teryx Atom Glove Liner
Marmot Lightweight Trail Glove
Smartwool Sopris Glove Liner
$17 - $29
Mountain Hardwear Butter Liner
$23 - $24
The North Face Etip Wool Glove
$25 - $34
Mammut Thermostretch Glove
Marmot Midweight Trail Glove
Patagonia Technical Sun Gloves
$31 - $45
Black Diamond Digital Liner
Marmot Evolution Glove
$26 - $44
Icebreaker Glove Liner 200
$14 - $24
Manzella Ultra Max
Rab Actiwool Glove
Black Diamond PowerWeight Liner Gloves
Arc'teryx Atom Mitten Liner
$53 - $88
Patagonia Hestra Touch Point Liner
Arc'teryx Phase Glove
$26 - $38
Black Diamond Midweight Glove Liner
$5 - $29
The North Face Flashdry Liner
$16 - $25
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