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Merino Glove Liners

Non Waterproof | Unisex
$12.00

Close fitting inner gloves in fine Merino wool for increased comfort. Ideally worn under our range of waterproof gloves to give added insulation. Read More

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Key Benefits All benefits

  • Extra comfort and moisture control – High Merino Wool content
  • Added warmth and protection from full finger design
  • Breathability – Fabric wicks sweat away

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Product Code: 121143000100

  • Extra comfort and moisture control – High Merino Wool content
  • Added warmth and protection from full finger design
  • Breathability – Fabric wicks sweat away
  • Base layer thermal insulation – Close-fitting design allows them to be worn under another glove

Close fitting inner gloves in fine Merino wool for increased comfort. Ideally worn under our range of waterproof gloves to give added insulation.

  • Single Layer: 98% Merino Wool, 2% Elastane
  • Merino wool has the ability to absorb and release moisture to cool or warm, regulating temperature. It also has a excellent anti-microbial properties, helping reduce odour build up inside your socks or gloves

  • Climate Guide

    This product is rated 1 which offers lightweight protection for hot climates

  • Standard Manufacturers Guarantee

    This product qualifies for our standard one year manufacturer's guarantee.

  • Product Care

    Wash At 30C/85F, Drip Dry (Not On A Radiator), Do Not Dry Clean, Do Not Iron, Do Not Bleach

  • Designed In Britain

    Developed with leading technical experts, athletes and designers creating products that perform at the highest levels

Merino Glove Liners is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 92.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Work well but not very long lasting This is the second pair of these that I have bought. They work very well under my Sealskinz lobster claw winter gloves that I use for both cycling and skiing and on the slopes that means at temperatures down to -15°C. The only problem is that holes develop at the finger tips by the end of each winter and so after repairing they last about a couple of winters. By contrast the lobster claws have lasted 5 years now. I guess its a compromise to keep the gloves sufficiently thin to maintain some comfort and feeling. I have tried a number of other synthetic gloves which are all less good because they are more bulky and not as warm.
Date published: 2014-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cold hands? I bought these gloves some considerable time ago and have always used them in conjunction with Sealskins mittens. I suffer from poor circulation in my hands and can get totally numb fingers in above zero temperatures despite using 'serious gloves', so I was slightly sceptical that the combination of the two pairs would 'do the business'. I have used them in sub zero weather and strong winds, once I get my circulation going they are superb, the best gloves that I have. I would not be without them in cold wet or sub zero weather.
Date published: 2014-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Surprisingly tough These seem a little snug at first, but soon stretch to accommodate even wide hands like mine, and act as a perfect liner glove for colder days. Crucially, they dry quickly too. Used on their own for running, they're immensely affordable, higher quality alternatives to a basic poundshop pair of gloves - the small premium you pay for merino wool is very much worth it, since they don't sweat like acrylic or soak up moisture (and cold) like basic wool.
Date published: 2016-01-16
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