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It's getting cold out now, and my 30 minute ride to school leaves my hands a little too frozen to be able to do anything with just my technic gloves on, anyone got any good recomendations on glove liners, specifially ones that would fit a size M technic glove.
 

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I use the TourMaster silk ones that NewEnough sells. They're adequate for shorter rides, but I'm getting some actual winter gloves this year.
 

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I have a winter glove (Rev'It Celcius H20), but I think it may help to get a lining glove (the kind some use for skiing).
 

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I just bought some for $4.99 from the army surplus store. My hands have been comfy down to 55 degrees so far. The liners are fairly thin and probably have nylon in them. I sweated a little in them, not too bad. These went inside my Helds, nicely.
 

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Silk liners are great. They are thin so they fit into your current gloves. They are also suprisingly warm. When it gets really cold I use my winter gloves though.
 

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pennyrobber said:
Silk liners are great. They are thin so they fit into your current gloves. They are also suprisingly warm. When it gets really cold I use my winter gloves though.
They are nice, but I keep ripping them on my velcro.
 

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TerribleTabo said:
They are nice, but I keep ripping them on my velcro.
Yeah, I have that problem too, but they're cheap enough to replace every couple of seasons. They're definitely warm enough under my usual fall/spring gloves down to about the high 30's for most rides.
 

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stik said:
I have a winter glove (Rev'It Celcius H20), but I think it may help to get a lining glove (the kind some use for skiing).
I just looked at these but passed them up. I have other Rev-It gloves and lov'em.

Are they worth the $150?

do they keep ya warm?

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They do keep you warm, and they were fine when I rode for several hours last weekend (NJ/NY).
 

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Blueshark928 said:
I got a pair of Bikers Comfort in Action set of glove liners. They're very good.
I've got the same ones, and they are very good. But of course I live in CA so 'cold' is relative. [cheeky]
 
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