Reviewed by chitowndc commuter from Chicago on Thursday, February 05, 2015
My hands are quite sensate to the cold, so I frequently wear glove liners under even quite heavy gloves. These fit closely enough to allow me to wear all of my gloves with no problem, and give a very noticeable increase in insulation. Highly recommended.
Reviewed by Sue from Texas on Tuesday, February 03, 2015
I have at the very least 15 pairs of these. Normally there is a pair in every coat and hoodly I own.. These gloves, saved my hands while rafting over 200 miles in the Grand Canyon(used as liners gloves).
Reviewed by Cath from Maryland on Thursday, January 22, 2015
I once had a pair of silk glove liners but lost them recently. I ordered these to replace them. These glove liners are so much better than my old ones. They are more tightly knit together and the spandex helps them keep their shape.
Reviewed by Trekking Granny from Cape Cod on Saturday, January 17, 2015
Finally my hands are warm! I use these under wool mittens. It's easy to slide off the mittens and wear just the gloves while operating my camera in cold weather. Quality seems fine, especially at STP price. They are so small and slippery I fear they will be lost before wearing out.
Reviewed by cold weather person from Pennsylvania on Sunday, January 04, 2015
These gloves are so silky soft, and fit really well - so well that you can type accurately on your computer keyboard while wearing them. These would be perfect for someone with Reynaud's (a condition where the fingers' circulation is decreased and thus are often uncomfortably cold).
Not only are they a great liner glove, they're also very comfortable to use out walking the dog on a cool night. If it's windy, they won't keep you as warm, as they are very thin. They can also double as a "beauty" glove, to put over hand creams or treatments, especially as the cuff actually covers the whole wrist (unlike other brands that are advertised for this purpose). My only complaint is that, after washing, there is a little bit of pilling on the fabric that takes away that brand-new silky look. I plan to buy more, and to hand-wash these, in hopes the new appearance will last longer.