- Glove Liners
Running section usually…. http://www.decathlon.co.uk/running-gloves-id_8151254.html%5DPosted 6 years agoFuzzyWuzzySubscriber
Glove liners are essential for me in the depths of winter, they make a huge difference in warmth IME (although more so on the road than MTB). I did have silk ones but they got trashed in the wash by some velcro on shorts in the same load :p Switched to icebreaker merino ones and they’re great (although pricey). I have Spesh sub-zero’s to which come with their own liner but they’re a bit bulky used together, the merino liner + Endura Deluge or Sealskinz tech glove work best for me.Posted 6 years agopaulatmtbleasingMember
Last winter (remember the -15 degrees Celsius?) I was riding with sealskinz liners and their winter outers.
Didn’t have a lot of feel through the handlebars, but at least my hands were warm enough to move:)
My main problem was my feet. I couldn’t fit enough layers on under my boots to keep them warm! I still remember the chillblains – youch!!Posted 6 years agomatt_outandaboutSubscriber
I found that the PowerDry fabric makes really, really good inner gloves. I used thincker ones, including Merino, for a few years. BUT Powerdry really does dry up so quickly, for inner / winter gloves when walking/riding/climbing they are ace. I use the Montane ones now, and have 4 pairs for proper wet and cold days in the hill.Posted 6 years ago
As said above, in properly cold conditions they make a massive difference – I wear them on their own, or under big Montane winter gloves or even under a huuge old pair of mitts as well.
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