Aerowool Touch Liner Glove
Lightweight 200 Aerowool
Aerowool Touch Liner Glove Details
- Next to Skin
- Touch screen sensitive thumb and index finger
- Lightweight, 200 gsm AeroWool Fabric
- Lightweight interlock fabric
- Next to skin under other gloves
How It's Built
- Material: Aerowool
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Material Weight: 200 Lightweight
- Weight: .9oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
Just received these a little bit ago so I can not say anything yet about the durability. They feels like they fits perfectly. Tried the touch sensitivity on my iPhone 7 and it does not seem to work at all. It does work on the Garmin Rino 750 which is my main navigation for the hunts. I decided to try it on other iPhone devices. Oddly enough it works on my work iPhone 6 but only some what on my girlfriends iPhone 6S. Her work iPhone 5 it works fine on. I tired it on my iPad Air 2 and it worked fine on. The devices the gloves worked on, you had to really work at it so the phone would sense it were as the Garmin was the opposite and was almost to sensitive with the gloves. So I am not 100% sold on them but it might be a issue with the sensitivity of the iPhones and the different versions of the phones. I can't wait to try them out on the hunt to give a better review.
Purchased to replace my cheaper non-touch merino liner gloves. Touch works great on my iPhone XR. Having no issues swiping, tapping, or pinching/zooming. I have big meat hooks with long digits and the XL's fit me fine. Plan on wearing alone in early season and under talus gloves for mid and late season.
Can't comment on durability and all of the seams and stitching are intact on my pair. Will post an updated review after i've wore them a season.
I've ordered these gloves three times. The first pair were the only pair I had the chance to use, and they performed much better than anticipated but I left those out in the woods by accident. The second pair had a blown seam at the crotch of the thumb and the most recent pair had a blown seam at the end of the pointer finger. The gloves are great when you get to use them, but the seams are faulty. Also, my first pair was $20 and the most recent pair was $30. ???