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Old 11-30-2011, 10:33 AM   #1
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RECOMMENDATION: Glove Liner

Can anyone recommend a glove liner? I went to Cycle Gear yesterday, and they only had one available -- I guess everyone is purchasing them. At any rate, it was something "Made in China," called "Freeze Out." The gloves already have a tear along one of the seams.
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Old 11-30-2011, 10:39 AM   #2
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I've used vinyl gloves before with good results.
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dishwashing latex gloves work good
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Thought about checking out REI or any other outdoor sporting places?

I think a friend picked up a set from there...

...I'll need to do the same, my XTI's vent air like crazy!
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Old 11-30-2011, 11:04 AM   #5
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Just pick up a good pair of winter gloves. They will last years. Days like today I wear the winter gloves in then wear my normal gloves on the way home.

Dishwashing gloves with a cloth liner are good or if you can find thin "ski" gloves then put latex gloves over them that works well also. The goal is to trap a layer of air next to your skin and block the cold air from your skin.

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I put blue tape on the vent holes on my gauntlet gloves if I wear them in the winter. It helps a little.

X2 on the ski gloves, and regular gloves for the ride home.
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Just pick up a good pair of winter gloves. They will last years. Days like today I wear the winter gloves in then wear my normal gloves on the way home.

Dishwashing gloves with a cloth liner are good or if you can find thin "ski" gloves then put latex gloves over them that works well also. The goal is to trap a layer of air next to your skin and block the cold air from your skin.

Beat me to it. Latex/dishwashing gloves only eliminate evaporative cooling and they can restrict blood flow for a net negative on warmth (translation: latex gloves not work so good).

The worst I ever had was when I left my winter gloves at home on a lovely morning and the cold front with snow blew in a few hours earlier than I expected. I grabbed a shop towel and some duck tape and mummified my fingers. Not recommended to rid with "club" hand on a bike, but I still had my fingers when I got home.

OP I have no experience with those liners. If you try them post up and let us know if they work.
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Academy, in the glove section. I always get the cheapo chinese ones, they work fine for like 5$, they also make thinsulated gauntlets easier to get on. They also have Underarmour ones too if you're spendy... If you want your hands to sweat but be less miserable than in latex or nitril, get some silk glove liners either off the internet or at Macy's.
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