March 09, 2013(Woodstock, GA)
These lightweight thin liners add about 10 degrees of warmth for me. I use them on my motorcycle as well as my road bike (cycling). Just bought my second pair after losing one. They can fray when coming in contact to velcro hook, so be careful of that.
Tourmaster Silk Glove Liners
March 09, 2013(Latham, NY, NY)
Fit is good and they do add some warmth to any gloves without losing very much "feel." Can be grabbed and damaged by velcro in sleeve adjustment straps so you need to be careful when putting them one.
Worth every penny.
January 31, 2013(Columbia, SC)
These liners are a great value. They will not take the place of a good leather insulated glove, but they do extend the time that your regular gloves can be used comfortably. They fit well and appear to be made well also. Yes, velcro will catch on them. Velcro catches on pretty much everything anyway, so deal with it. If they get too snagged up, I'll pick up another pair. ;)
January 25, 2013(North Myrtle Beach, SC)
Very good fit with no irritating seams. Enabled me to wear fingered Columbia gloves rather than mittens in the upper 20s without adding bulk.
January 08, 2013(Farmingville, NY)
I used these gloves one time and I did read the reviews but was very disappointed with these liners. The gloves I have had Velcro one touch to the Velcro and it was over, the liners looked liked I have had it for years. I called motorcycle Superstore, they said they can't do anything for me I have to go through the manufacturer. They do fit nice and help a little but durability nada.
December 18, 2012(Portland, OR)
Tour Master makes budget gear. If I had ordered a size down they might have fit better. These just feel cheap. They maybe add another 3 degrees of usability to my gloves.
November 28, 2012(El Paso, TX)
They aren't quite durable considering gloves now-days often have Velcro. The Velcro will easily mess up the liner. As for functionality they do nicely. They won't make a world of difference but they can make your winter gloves that tad bit warmer if you need it. It also makes a pretty okay difference if you're using them under summer gloves but it won't turn your summer glove into a winter glove.
Very comfortable, nice product but they snag
July 12, 2012(Cardiff, CA)
These glove liners are thin, smooth, comfortable and practical. They don't cost much and they don't take up much space to carry but they significantly help keep your hands warmer. They fit nicely in your normal gloves and so you don't have to carry two sets or ware hockey gloves to keep warm. I would highly recommend and have purchased several sets. Only problem is they snag easy and end up looking old soon.
June 26, 2012(Los Angeles, CA)
The gloves do their job and keep the wind out. I have not really ridden with them in temperatures below 15 C. My one complaint is how quickly velcro will destroy this product. You ultimately have to be very careful while putting on your actual gloves so as not to get the velcro stuck on the liners. Great value for the money, however.
April 20, 2012(Orange County, CA)
Riding to work in the early A.M. is on the cold side at freeway speeds and these liners really help.
I gave a 4 star for durability just because you need to be careful around any velcro fasteners however, as far as I'm concerned, these liners are the best available. They fit nicely in a pair of gloves with no bulk. I have a couple of backup pair just in case of my error around the hook & loop stuff.