Reviewed by Play Outside Mom from Chicago on Wednesday, October 09, 2013
I lived through Chicago winters for 19 years before I discovered the "base layer, insulation layer, shell layer" trick to keeping warm. You need the warmth of a wool liner on your hands! The liners wick moisture and add a layer to hold heat, so you don't get sweaty or cold hands. Glove liners are also good to use on days in the Fall when the mornings are cold, but the day warms up. They are just right for a little warmth.