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    New question here. Glove liners recommendation

    Happy holidays everyone,

    Can someone recommend some good and comfortable glove liners that I can wear underneath my MTB gloves to keep my fingers warm here in California during night rides (35F-50F)?

    Thank you and Happy New Year 2016!!!

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    Go to any outdoor shop and get some cheap fleece glove liners. Your regular gloves may be to tight over top. I always size up 1 or 2 pair for winter. If I get too warm I take the liners out and am still good.
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    35-50F? At those temps, I'm wearing "summer" full-fingered gloves. I wear cutoff roadie type gloves in the heat of summer. 20-32F, I'll wear a softshell glove. Below 20, I go back to the "summer" full-fingered gloves, but with pogies for warmth.

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    Thank you so much Travis. I'll research on them and then order them.

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    Thank you Harold.

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    Get 2 pair so you can change into dry ones on long rides.
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    You may find some suitable lightweight 'runners' gloves would work well as a thin liner.

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    I've used pretty thin liners like therma silk or smartwool under my regular mtb gloves. i think they'd be pretty good at those temps.

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    Go to Cycle Gear and look for the freezeout glove liners.

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    I'm used to warm weather as well, but Pearl Pro gloves work for me down to ~40...below that I just don't go riding. I can wait a few days for it to warm back up.

    Can't do liners since my summer gloves fit like...gloves. The Pro gloves are also very thin, almost like summer gloves in the palm, but surprisingly warm.

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    Thank you everyone, I will research on all these and make a decision.

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    When the weather gets cold but not cold enough for the pogies, I just where a pair of nitrile mechanic latex gloves underneath my normal summer gloves. I have had great success down to about 28 degrees. Its a cheap solution but works for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smjergie View Post
    When the weather gets cold but not cold enough for the pogies, I just where a pair of nitrile mechanic latex gloves underneath my normal summer gloves. I have had great success down to about 28 degrees. Its a cheap solution but works for me.
    I second that. I wear the nitrile mechanic latex gloves under my thinner pair of gloves when it is above 30 and under my thick gauntlet gloves when it is colder. Mainly it keeps the sweat from my hands from soaking the glove. I ride daily, if the gloves are wet inside they don't dry out before the next ride, unless I spend time with a hairdryer. The mechanic style(called steel) lasts forever.

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