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Looking for recommendations on thin but warm glove liners for riding in the 40s. I don’t want to go heated gloves or grips at this time as I don’t ride that often in this cold of weather.


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Before using heated grips, I did the following: I wore oversized gloves with a single or double "procto" gloves. It was an affordable low tech solution.
But not sure that will let your hands breathe?


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Definitely won't breathe but the heat is trapped. I used to commute 100 miles RT in 35 degree weather using that system.
 

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It looks like these guys are out of business. I have a set of their base layer and glove liners. This stuff gets hot. It feels like wool but is synthetic and a bit $$.

 

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It looks like these guys are out of business. I have a set of their base layer and glove liners. This stuff gets hot. It feels like wool but is synthetic and a bit $$.

Dang. Think you are right on them being out of business. Thanks though


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Before using heated grips, I did the following: I wore oversized gloves with a single or double "procto" gloves. It was an affordable low tech solution.
I think this is going to be my solution


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I have some glove liners that have a metal thread woven through them. I used them while snow skiiing but have seen them for sale for industrial workers.

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I have some glove liners that have a metal thread woven through them. I used them while snow skiiing but have seen them for sale for industrial workers.

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Thanks!!! Do well for warmth / wind blocking??


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Looking for recommendations on thin but warm glove liners for riding in the 40s. I don’t want to go heated gloves or grips at this time as I don’t ride that often in this cold of weather.


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I use under armour glove liners. They are long, go past my wrists. Bought them a while ago at cabelas, not sure if they are available anymore. Expensive, but work great.
 

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Columbia Omni heat liners. I have also used the latex medical gloves before but it was snowing at the time. Any warmer and I believe your hands would just sweat with the medical gloves.
 
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