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
Got these for a liner glove, something to wear on the way in to keep my hands from freezing, and to use as my main gloves in turkey season. They work well for active hikes, and slide inside other gloves pretty well. Already busted through the middle finger tip on my left hand after 2/3 of a GA deer season, but I did wear these gloves every hunt (2-3 sits per week, sometimes more) and usually set up my climber wearing them, so they got pretty hard use. I’m buying another pair I like them so much. The touch feature can be a bit spotty, but here a hot tip, if you are having trouble just lick your finger tip like you are grabbing a sheet of paper, boom, back in business.
Very comfortable and soft I wore them under Shale Touch gloves for a liner. The touch function of these gloves is non-existent. I don't wear them really due to this.
I have these gloves in the pocket of my coat so I can throw them on to take the edge off the cold while scraping the windshield or driving to and from work. I am happy with the light merino wool material, and the gloves serve their purpose to keep my hands warm while performing simple tasks in the cold. The fit is a little too large for my liking. I think a liner glove should have a snug fit. I am disappointed in the "touch" feature. I haven't been able to use my phone while wearing the gloves. My phone has a life proof case on it, I don't know if that has anything to do with the glove not working with the phone. I like to have the light and compact pair of gloves with me for the warmth, but I would like them even more if I could answer my phone without having to take one off.
Like others I can not speak on the durability of these gloves. I have worn them on a few sits and they are a perfect liner glove. As a bow hunter I usually just wear liner gloves and keep my hands in my pockets until I need to grab my bow. These are comfortable and fit very well. I didn't buy these gloves to sit on my phone and take selfies so the touch screen ability doesn't bother me.
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.