Olympia Sports C4 Thermolite Gloves Liner

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$6.99 MSRP $7.95

Rating 4.04 of 5 (37 Reviews)

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Olympia C4 Thermolite Gloves Liner
  • Wear under any glove
  • 100% lightweight Thermolite liner
  • Provides thermal insulation while transporting moisture away from hands
  • Quick drying and washable
  • Item # 721
  • SKU #91360
  • Mfr. Part # 24-4426

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OlympiaC4 Thermolite Gloves Liner

Great Product. Fits right in my unlined gauntlet gloves and turns them into a warm/cold weather glove.

Richard - February 15, 2008

(Alva, FL)

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Great liner.

It's kept my hands noticeably warmer in 30-50 degree F weather. Fits under my Icon Super Duty gloves nicely. Gives extra cushioning as well. I wear a large glove but the fingers are longer than mine so I have to pull them back but they fit well for being a one size fits most liner. Pulls well past the wrist when on. It's a nice thermal liner. Recommended.

Seth Morgan - April 28, 2009

(Hinton, WV)

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Olympia C4 Thermolite Gloves Liner

Just got these liners. I have used the silk liners in the past, but they do not hold up well for me. I have only used these 3X - twice with my Cortech Sacarab Gloves and today with my newly acquired Fieldsheer Highway gloves. They work in 30 degree weather - my hands are warm during my ride. You do have to be careful putting them on and taking them off as they are thin, but surprisingly warm under gloves. I would recommend getting two pairs rather than one.

Edward P W. - December 06, 2010

(New York, NY)

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Good for the price

Comfy and warm. A little too big even for my big long fingers.

Raúl - January 06, 2014

(El Paso, TX)

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Great Product

Great gloves at a perfect price point. I'd been looking for a good quality liner glove and this one fits the bill. I haven't had a chance to try it out in the Winter yet, but it fits perfectly in my Winter gloves.

Brad W. - April 09, 2014

(WAKE FOREST, NC)

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Work Great under golves

These made a huge difference under my cold weather gloves in 40 degree weather. They are a little long and should probably come in more sizes. But overall I would say they are worth every penny.

Tony - April 09, 2008

(LA, CA)

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Thin Gloves

Gloves are very thin but keep you warm. Works great with your regular gloves. They are small enough not to make your gloves feel thick. Great for the money you have to pay.

Simon - November 13, 2008

(Cherry Hill, NJ)

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Good for mildly cold weather

I ordered these to keep my hands warm under my Icon perforated gloves. It seems to do the job. Hands still get cold though at temps in the 40s after 20 minutes of riding. I thought they would be thinner, so make sure your gloves are a little loose, otherwise they would become too tight. For the price, not a bad product. If you don't have very cold weather in your area, then this is all you need under your summer gloves.

Fuad - December 07, 2009

(wayne, NJ)

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These help significantly. They don't work miracles, but they help stave off the numbness for a little longer.

Jarrod - January 19, 2012

(Richmond, VA)

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Work great for the cold.

They are a little bit big!! I'm a large glove size, but they actually work really good, I wear them every night when coming from work. Would recommend.

jesus - February 28, 2013

(san diego, CA)

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Does the job

These are great to have around for those cold days.

Ace - January 14, 2008

(Chula Vista, CA)

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olympia sportsc-4 thermolite gloves liner

Feels great. Inside the glove too. Good price.

joel - September 09, 2011

(omaha, NE)

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Nice gloves but not real warm

Wore these underneath my winter gloves in temps between 35 and 40 degrees. They added a little warmth but not enough for those temps. Would be hard to recommend these for really cold weather riding.

Charles - February 14, 2013

(Fountain, FL)

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Great addition to street gloves

It's Winter in the South, and I wanted to ride my bike more often. Usually the mornings are quite frigid in Athens, but by the time I leave work in the afternoons the temps are in the fifties and sixties. Two things bothered me riding into work in the morning: cold on my neck and cold on my hands. Well, these liners solved the problem with cold hands. Used in combination with my standard Alpine riding gloves, they provide sufficient warmth to keep my hands comfortable when riding into work, even with temps in the low forties.

Brian - January 17, 2008

(Athens, GA)

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Expected them to be warmer

I wear this liner under cheap leather thinsulate gloves. They do help, but not as much as I'd expect. On the plus side, they seem to be very well made, fit great, and have no problem fitting under my gloves. And at only $5.99, I don't feel that I've wasted money. I'd recommend to anyone that wants just a bit of extra warmth. But if you are looking for something really warm, I'd suggest skipping these and just get a good pair of winter gloves.

chuck - February 21, 2008

(Reedsport, OR)

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