Reviewed by junebug from Kentucky on Friday, January 18, 2013
I bought 2 pairs, a small for me (fits perfect for small female hands) and another for my boyfriend, who has nortoriously cold hands. I've received compliments on the color (plum/maroon) and my boyfriend has worn these running in the winter and swears they are the warmest gloves he's used. He's als...
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Reviewed by Sunlover from New London, MN on Friday, March 7, 2014
This is my second pair of SmartWool Liner Gloves and I love them! They are thin enough for use under my heavy mittens or gloves when it's really cold out, which is most of the time here in MN! They don't itch at all, and last a really long time. I have washed them by hand with laundry detergent, then laid them flat to dry. They retained their shape and didn't shrink in the least.
These are a true high quality product, and I am thankful that STP had my size. I would definitely recommend these.
Reviewed by Small Warm Hands from New Hampshire on Wednesday, March 5, 2014
I have small hands and finding warm gloves that fit is like playing Russian roulette. Add that there seems to be a belief among glove manufacturers that women with small hands who live in cold climates don't haul wood or do other chores that require tough as well as warm gloves, and February inevitably finds me with cold hands. Rather than buy yet another pair of gloves obviously designed for holding nothing more than a ski pole, dog leash, or smart phone, I decided to try adding a lining to the weather- and wood-beaten remains of my current pair. I honestly didn't hold out much hope for this approach, but finding a pair of women's small warm work gloves in February is comparable to finding the answer to world peace. Besides, the liners weren't that expensive compared to how much I'd spent for the gloves I was wearing that weren't that warm. Much to my delight, these liners have been a game changer for me. Not only do I wear them inside my work gloves, but also the pair I wear when I run errands. In addition to being warm, the slight stretch and smooth seams ensure a perfect fit. Admittedly they are of a color I normally wouldn't be caught dead in but then who but the most uncouth person would comment on the color of an old lady's glove liners? So if you have small hands, they get cold, and you've always been thinking gloves but not liners, these are a perfect introduction to an accessory that I now consider a must-have in my winter wardrobe.
Reviewed by spirit33 from Colorado on Saturday, February 22, 2014
SmartWool products are rarely disappointing. These liner gloves have a great fit - wrists not too tight and ample room in the fingers. I actually bought these to wear to bed in the winter when I put hand cream on. They are perfect. Warm, but they breath well, so my hands don't get too warm, and they don't wear out quickly like the cotton or cotton/lycra gloves I have bought for the same purpose.
Reviewed by JR from Colorado on Friday, February 21, 2014
Love these gloves! I wear these both alone and as a liner under a heavier, Gortex glove. Perfect when you're active out in cold weather and your hands warm up. I often wear them alone. These gloves are great! My hands have even stayed warm when these gloves got wet! They are true to size. I have very small hands and was worried that the XS might be too small, but ordered based on the sizing information and they fit perfectly! Recently lost the first pair I bought back in Nov. Turned out they had fallen on the ground when I was getting out of my car one night. They were covered by snow for days and I probably walked and drove over them for during that time. I couldn't be without them so I oredered another pair. Happily I discovered them when the snow melted and thought they might be a lost cause, but after a good washing and air dry they are good as new! Now I have 2 pair!. Would definitely recommend them to anyone!
To measure your hand size correctly, measure the widest part of your hand (excluding your thumb), generally around the knuckles. The adult hand size above (in approximate inches) should put you in the general size range. These 2 mittens would be good options. #3831X and #2735H
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