gets the job done.
June 28, 2012(Lake Tapps, WA)
These liners do their job well. They add warmth without adding bulk. They fit under my leather gloves. Slightly disappointed in that they are showing age after less then 5000 miles of wear.
January 09, 2012(Columbia, MD)
As advertised, they block wind quite well and remove the wind chill factor. My hands get cold due to the temperatures being in the 20s and 30s, but they don't go numb from the much lower wind chill factor like they used to before I purchased these.
Does the job well
November 16, 2011(Reno, NV)
It's already cold here in the Sierras and, so far, these liners have worked great at keeping out the cold wind. They're a little thick for liners so make sure you use them with gloves that are a little on the loose side.
My only gripe is with the wrist. The stitching isn't elastic and I hear threads snap almost every time I put the liners on. I'm sure this will result in a less than snug fit eventually. If your looking for liners that really work well at their job, you can't beat these.
Comfort In Action - Underglove
ALAN PENMAN -
May 18, 2009(JACKSON, MS)
These have been ideal for riding on those colder days. Nice, snug fit. Fit very well under my regular gloves.
Riding in the Cold
Michael A. Perry -
May 04, 2009(Conway, SC)
The Comfort in Action-Underglove, they work wonderful. My hands fill warm now, after putting the underglove under my
leather gloves. Thanks, Michael Perry
Bob Bednar -
April 03, 2009(Houston, TX)
The glove fit good, is as warm as my silk ones, but the outer side definitely stops the wind. One problem is that the stitching started coming apart within one week. And the labels at the base can stick to you at times.
January 22, 2009(RTP, NC)
Works well for NC winters.