Aerowool Touch Liner Glove Details
- Next to Skin
- Exclusive 37.5 Active Particle Technology
- Exhausts moisture and maintains core body temperature
- Traps odors (human signature) and releases them when laundered
- Touch screen sensitive thumb and index finger
- Lightweight, 150 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: 150 Ultralight
- Weight: .9oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
These are a nice comfortable pair of lightweight gloves. I dont like to have much if anything on my hands during bow season in Michigan and these work well for that. If my hands get chilly I just slip them in my coat pockets. Only complaint is they are slippery with no grip anywhere in the palm. I have also not had good luck with using them for touchscreen the couple times I have tried. Still overall a good glove liner.
Works great. Size was just right.
I used these gloves this year for 5 days of tree stand hunting in Kansas. Temperatures were between 30’s in the morning to 60’s in the afternoon. I wore these gloves the whole time and used my hand muff. I shot a buck with them on and the bow felt great. These gloves are nice, they dried out quickly after a rain storm. My only issue was that between the index finger and thumb the threading was coming undone after day three and now I have a hole in my glove. All and all nice lightweight dry gloves.
Nice set of gloves. They have been cool in warmer temps and provided adequate warmth in cooler temps. The touch screen capabilities have worked surprisingly well also.
Great liner glove for inside my first lite tundra gloves. My only complaint is they tend to slip off easily when removing the gloves you are wearing over top. It would be great to see an upgrade in the future with a more snug yet still stretchy fit though the portion of the glove from the wrist back towards the forearm. Other then that it’s a perfect thickness for a liner offering lots of dexterity.
These gloves work real well as a liner to let you remove your heavier gloves and accomplish task before your hands freeze. They are thin so they did not work great in real cold temps like there was at 11,000 feet on the tops of the mountains in Colorado where we were hunting. I did order the Glassing gloves and liners and the liners do come big and the glassing gloves fit a little small but overall they worked fine together
Everything you would expect from firstlite
Great fit and functional. Keep your digits comfortable
Light and comfortable. Great when carrying weapon or Bow.
I ordered the Aerowool liners as a quick way to get my order over the free shipping threshold. Little did I know these liners would be one of the better purchases this year.
I just got back from hunting Montana. Temps varied from low 20s to 60s. I wore these liners inside a pair of light deer skin gloves. My hands stayed warm in the cold and dry in the warmer temps.
I'll be ordering another pair or two.