Reviewed by Janutski from White Mtns, NH on Thursday, November 13, 2014
We've bought these liners several times. They're a great light layer worn alone and an awesome liner inside gloves or mittens. Stretch material ensures a good fit. Slick surface slides easily into other handware. Love wearing these on REALLY cold days to protect our hands when we use the chemical handwarmers inside our mittens. Dry super quickly, so no clammy hands after lunch. Can't say enough about how wonderful these glove liners are.
Reviewed by Dog Nuts from Central Ohio on Thursday, November 6, 2014
I have a 9" hand girth and have always used this, successfully to size gloves. The size large for these gloves is recommended for hand girth = 8.5-9", but they are considerably too large for me. Liner gloves should have a snug fit for wearing under other hand wear. Because of the price, it didn't make sense to pay the exchange fee. I'd think STP would make an exception for preferred customers (with no prior returns or exchanges) who require an exchange because of misleading sizing guidelines, but that wasn't the case for these.
Reviewed by HikerBiker from Kalamazoo on Friday, October 17, 2014
Extremely lightweight and surprisingly warm. As I've gotten older my fingers get cold very easily. I wear these when the temps are below 50 down to 10 degrees.. As I get moving, I eventually take them off, fold them and stash them away in my back pocket. I've even worn them in the rain and they've stayed warm. They are not rain resistant and if you touch something wet it soaks through immediately, but they dry so quickly that it's never uncomfortable. These are my second pair so I can keep in the car, Last year's pair only suffered a small separation at the seam on one of the fingers, but it was so easy to repair I did it myself (finally found a use for the mending kits you get at hotels). I will admit I stretched the heck out of these.when i.pullied them off my hands and they've kept their form - and they stretch a lot. These gloves are a no brainier. Oh, and even though they aren't made for touch screens, they work when you lick the fingertip ;-)