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(based on 5 ratings)
Brand: Nashbar
Located in: Cycling Clothing, Clothing - Gloves, Full Finger
Long underwear for your hands! Cycling glove liners are suitable for a wide range of use. Wear them under your full finger gloves to increase warmth and moisture transfer. Use them under your regular � finger gloves when it gets a little chilly out. Or, wear them alone to take the edge off when working on your bike. Made from 100% polypropylene fiber for maximum moisture management. Don't leave home without 'em.
Review Snapshot®
Avg. Customer Rating:
 
4.4 stars
(based on 5 reviews)
100% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:

Sizing:
Feels true to size(5)
Pros:
Dry(3), Durable(3), Lightweight(4), Warm(4)
Best Uses:
Cold / extreme(4), Commuting(3)
Describe Yourself:
Comfort-oriented(3), Practical(3)
 
Liner, liner, hands are now finer!
By VeganmanVerified Reviewer from Beautiful Brawley, Ca. on 2/6/2011
Sizing:
Feels true to size
Pros:
Dry, Durable, Good Grip, Lightweight, Warm
Best Uses:
Cold Weather
Describe Yourself:
High-end shopper, Smooth sophisticated, Stylish, Trendy
Gear Usage:
Cold Weather Living
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Nashbar Nashbar Polypro Glove Liner:

Liners kept my finger tips warm when used with Cannondale Slice Glove. Liners are easy to put on and take off.

[0 of 2 customers found this review helpful]

 
polypro gloves
By riderVerified Reviewer from SE PA on 12/4/2010
Sizing:
Feels true to size
Pros:
Reasonably warm
Cons:
Poor Grip
Best Uses:
Cool Weather
Describe Yourself:
Comfort-oriented, Practical
Gear Usage:
Cool weather
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Nashbar Nashbar Polypro Glove Liner:

I bought these for cold weather riding, but they needed a liner; I found a pair at the Letter-store; and they were still too cold. I'm going to order another of these as they are thicker & wear three layers. I rode 35.5miles in a headwind at 37° today; simply not warm enough in cold.

[1 of 2 customers found this review helpful]

 
a PERFECT equipment addition
By ChazVerified Reviewer from Metro Detroit, MI on 11/12/2009
Sizing:
Feels true to size
Pros:
Dry, Durable, Lightweight, Warm
Cons:
Poor Grip
Best Uses:
Cold Weather, Commuting
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Nashbar Nashbar Polypro Glove Liner:

I already had a pair and started using them EXACTLY as described in the product description. The only thing you have to be careful of is that the material isn't very grippy on water bottles or gel packs. And like any glove, you lose a bit of dexterity. A medium liner glove fits under my Bontrager large, full-finger gloves just fine. And if these are on sale, may as well buy two pair. I leave one inside my full-finger gloves and one pair inside my reg gloves so it's one less thing I have to remember swap back whe prepping for a ride.

[1 of 1 customers found this review helpful]

 
I mistakenly orded the large.
By JoBiker from S. Beloit, IL on 10/25/2009
Sizing:
Feels true to size
Pros:
Lightweight, Warm
Best Uses:
Cold Weather, Commuting, Travel
Describe Yourself:
Comfort-oriented, Practical
Gear Usage:
Cold Weather Living
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Nashbar Nashbar Polypro Glove Liner:

I mistakenly orded the large. but washed them and now are great. Real warm in the cold!

[4 of 4 customers found this review helpful]

 
Work extrememly well as glove liners!
By Hooterville MayorVerified Reviewer from Hooterville, SD on 10/16/2009
Sizing:
Feels true to size
Pros:
Dry, Durable, Lightweight, Warm
Best Uses:
Cold Weather, Commuting
Describe Yourself:
Comfort-oriented, Practical
Gear Usage:
Winter Sports
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Nashbar Nashbar Polypro Glove Liner:

These really are long underwear for your hands. I wear these under some ski-type gloves when I ride in the winter. (In South Dakota, not down south somewhere.) They keep your hands from getting clammy from sweat, and when you need to peel off the outer layer gloves to lock up your bike or something, you keep these on so your hands don't freeze while you complete your task. I have even changed a tube in 5 degree temps wearing just these "liners". They work great!

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