Reviewed by nepa clothes horse from northeast PA on Tuesday, January 29, 2013
These are what I have wanted and couldn't find. Had to order them to see how light they are. I wanted very thin, sorta sliky glove liners. I am always out in the cold with the dogs and my hands, in down or big thick waterproof gloves, are always cold. Have lots of other liners but they are too t...
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Reviewed by RibEyeGuy from Downingtown on Sunday, January 25, 2015
As the name implies, it's a liner glove. I use it underneath Kombi mittens and my hands stay very warm down to 0 degrees(thanks more to the Kombis). I noticed after about a month of daily use that they start to "shed". Strands of wool (?) come off the entire glove. One finger has worn very thin to nearly expose my skin. The price is right on STP, they are fine alone as quick hand warmers when getting in the car to drive, but don't expect Chinese handicraft from these little puppies!
Reviewed by Mom in CO from Colorado on Saturday, January 24, 2015
I bought these for my son who works changing tires at our local tire store. It can be very cold in Colorado, the doors of the shop are often open, and he to get the tires wet to check for holes. BRRRRRR!. He wears these wool liners under his thin leather gloves all day. When he has to get his hands wet, he takes off the leather gloves and wears only the wool liners. Because they stay warm when they are wet, he is able to check for holes in the tires while still wearing the gloves. He is then able to wear the (now wet) gloves under his leather gloves again while still staying warm. I don't know how long they will last because he is using them as more than liners, but they are great. Also, he needed the extra-large size, even though he is only 16 years old. I recommend getting a size larger than you think you will need.
Reviewed by Tina from NY on Monday, January 19, 2015
Bought to wear under ski gloves. Stayed warm and cozy in 20 degree weather. Once in dropped below 20, I felt a little cold, but I should have switched to mittens at that point. Great product for the money.
Reviewed by Jason from Houston on Sunday, January 18, 2015
I used these inside my ski mittens and my hands have never stayed so warm. We ski every year and my finger tips usually always get cold. Switching to mittens a couple of years ago helped, but didn't completely solve the problem. This year I switched to these liners from my regular Terramar liners and even on the coldest day -14 F my fingers never once got cold. I highly recommend these.
'sorry but not familiar with the Woolskins that you mention... the gloves that I recently purchased seem to be of satisfactory quality although I have only worn them a few times as liners. (You might just go ahead and order and return if they don't meet your expectations.)
Answered on 1/13/2015 12:37:34 PM by mo from Albuquerque
These gloves are called Terramar Woolskins. Make in China. 96% merino wool 4% spandex.CA#08049.
Tag name on item bag: XST-7865 Adult Wool/Spandex Glove Liner. 1778V-27-L
Answered on 1/13/2015 1:31:27 PM by Gary from Colorado
Sorry, I snipped the tags out on arrival. I can say my recently purchased liners are wearing fine, With one cold water/hang dry washing. I've only used as liners for running and walking, so I can't evaluate for abrasion resistance. Love them!
Answered on 1/13/2015 1:54:54 PM by Jackrabbit from Wi
If you hover your mouse over or click on the sizes the corresponding shoe size will appear. I.E. M (Girth 7Â½ IN-8 IN) L (Girth 8Â½ IN-9 IN) To measure your hand size (girth) 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.
Answered on 1/23/2013 12:00:00 AM by Prod Spec Kevin from Sierra Trading Post
If you hover your mouse over or click on the sizes the corresponding numeric size will be displayed. I.E. M (Girth 7Â½ IN-8 IN) *To measure your hand size correctly, measure the widest part of your hand (excluding your thumb), generally around the knuckles.
Answered on 1/7/2013 12:00:00 AM by Prod Spec Kevin from Sierra Trading Post