Our warmest glove and running liner and presumably the warmest liner on the market. The knitted long cuff extends 10 cm from the wrist down to give excellent forearm warmth especially if your running in a singlet. The long knitted cuff sits snugly around the wrist and top of the forearm ensuring the liner does not slide up and down even when sweaty or wet.
Worn as a baselayer with a pair of NORRGEAR winter gloves or mittens and tested in northern Norway, the glove liner is an excellent extra thermal layer, trapping hand heat and providing additional warmth in extreme cold temperatures. Worn alone, the glove liners keep hands warm in moderately cold weather like frosty Autumn days.
Best in class mix of fleece and polyamide, which gives the glove liners 4-way stretch and helps retain their shape and thermal qualities even when wet or washed. Soft inner fleece. Fit is smooth and thin over the skin of the hand. On normal wearer, the long knitted cuff keeps the cuff in place when running or actively exercising even when sweaty.
Light weight at 52g. Snug, true to size fit for optimal thermal protection and wixing sweat away from skin. Maximum finger flexibility and dexterity. Long cuff design means the glover liner is worn under a ski jacket sleeve. With a thin windproof running jacket, the glove liner can be worn over the sleeve.
Suggested best uses for the glove liner are as a 'wear alone' liner for running, walking, hiking or similar activities in moderately cold weather. When worn underneath a NORRGEAR leather winter glove or mitten, the glove liner is suitable for most wintersports in extreme cold winter weather.
Suggested temperature range for the glove liner when worn alone is moderate cold temperatures in Autumn/ Fall or early Spring. Not intended for stand alone use in extreme cold winter weather. When worn as a baselayer under a NORRGEAR leather winter ski patrol glove or mitten, max -25 to -32 Celsius (-13 to -25.6 Fahrenheit).
Please note, this is just a temperature guide. What feels warm to one person may feel different to another. Exposure time, windchill, perspiration and activity level will also impact the liner glove's performance.
Fit true to size, form fitting. Snug fit is ideal - not recommended going up or down a size.
|Glove Size||Men's cm (inches)||Womens' cm (inches)|
16.5 - 19.0 (6.5 - 7.5)
|14.0 - 16.5 (5.5 - 6.5)|
|Medium (M)||19.0 - 21.5 (7.5 - 8.5)||16.5 - 19.0 (6.5 - 7.5)|
|Large (L)||21.5 - 24.0 (8.5 - 9.5)||19.0 - 21.5 (7.5 - 8.5)|
|Extra Large (XL)||24.0 - 27.0 (9.5 - 10.5)||21.5 - 24.0 (8.5 - 9.5)|
Measure the circumference of your dominant/ largest hand at the widest part not including the thumb using a tape measure (see image). Compare your measurement with the chart to find the correct glove size for your hand. If your measurement is between two sizes e.g. 19 cm or 24 cm, we recommend you choose the bigger glove size.