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Choosing Glove Liners
When riding in the cool weather, it's important that you have proper safety gear, and you hands and feet need to be protected, no matter where you're going.
When I made plans to ride my bike about 3.5 hours from my town, the temperature at the start of the day was in the high 30s, and the temperature by the time I got back was in the 40s. I thought I was prepared with my armor, under armor linings, gloves, jackets, face mask, and glove liners, but even that just wasn't quite enough. It was cold.
But, without the glove liners, I don't think that I would have made it back safe. My hands were frozen and swollen wearing thick riding gloves and the liners, so without them, I would have easily lost my grip, went numb, etc.
You'll find that a good pair of glove liners will be lightweight but they'll fit tightly on your hands. You'll need them to fit underneath your regular riding gloves for extra protection against the wind, chill, and cold weather.
Tourmaster has two really good glove liners- one of fleece and the other of silk, and depending on what you're looking for, either make great options. Fieldshear has a pair of liners that are made of a blend of nylon, polyester, and spandex, which also makes for a great glove liner.
If you plan on riding in the fall or winter weather, you'll want to make sure that you purchase a pair of good glove liners. These will help keep warmth around your fingers on the ride.
Fleece liners that fit perfectly underneath gloves to keep your hands extra warm on those extra cold days. Comes in different sizes and colors.
Lightweight liners fits underneath gloves for increased warmth. Nylon, polyester and spandex construction. Comes in different colors.
Silk liners that fit perfectly underneath gloves to keep your hands extra warm on those extra cold days. Comes in different sizes and colors.
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