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
I like to wear them over my fingerless gloves but as far as the texting when I first got them seem to work good the more I wear the worse they got now I do have screen saver so that might have something to do with it.but I’m not a thick glove kind of person unless it’s just dang right cold so no big issues for me,you can still get the home button to open and might get the app to open or text.
I bought these a few months ago. They were too big and I exchanged them. I then got a smaller one and took them into the field. They still seemed a bit long in the fingers but definitely fit better.
My main gripe is that the touch feature for which I bought these barely works. I could barely get it to work and I don’t have a screen protector or anything. I had to press really hard which then activated the 3D Touch which messed things up. I basically still had to take off my gloves to use my phone which defeats the purpose.
I love all my first lite stuff but these were a waste and now I can’t return them because I took the tags off.
This pair of gloves are a good lightweight glove to have. The fit goes in line with the sizing chart. They are the same weight as the fuse baselayers. My only grip is the "touch" part really doesnt work well, but who is on the phone while hunting.
Perfect lightweight glove for early season archery that I layer underneath my Talus fingerless as the weather cools. The glove fits well, its not snug but its not loose either and I feel that helps in the durability of the product. You don't get it to tight and risk it busting at the seams or to loose and risk it getting snagged or torn. I've been using it for two seasons now and have found that it holds up pretty well considering it is a merino product and that I wear them each time I am afield. I went with the Fusion and the pattern has held up well in the wash granted it hasn't been washed but a handful of times. I was expecting a much more faded appearance after all this time but that hasn't been the case. Overall, just a good glove that you can carry with you all season.
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.