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Description

Built with super soft and ultra fine New Zealand merino wool and just a hint of spandex for stretch, the Ibex Stretch Merino Glove Liner is a lightweight insulation piece that can be worn alone or under another glove, depending on conditions.

Specifications

  • 95% 18.5 New Zealand Merino/ 5% Lycra
  • Lightweight insulation
  • Pull-on fit
  • No itch
  • Flatlock construction
  • Easy care, machine washable
  • Unisex sizing based on Men's sizes

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Review Summary

4.6 out of 5

67 Reviews

Pros
  • Lasts forever: 7
  • Build quality: 35
  • Performance: 33
  • Ease of use: 30

Cons
  • Cost: 7
  • Low performance: 2
  • Wears quickly: 2
  • Bad design: 1
Comfort: 4.9 / 5
Quality: 4.6 / 5
Durability: 4.3 / 5

67 Ratings & Reviews

Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
doublea
top1000Contributor

from Sheridan, WY

Great gloves
March 07, 2011

I bought these gloves to use as an additional liner for some expiedition mittens. They are very warm and great fitting. I normally take a size large, but sized them down to a small for an extra tight fit, they stretch nicely and evenly so fit well in the shells without wanting to come off when removing the shell for greater dexterity.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
JoceyQ
25-34 yrs

Versatile and Warm
January 22, 2011

These glove liners held their own during my 4 week trip tromping through wintery Europe. They are great on their own on the days not so bitter cold, and are the perfect thickness to wear under a winter/ski glove on the days it is and you need a little extra warmth. They stretched and conformed to my hand perfectly. I have smaller hands, so from the tip of my center finger to the bottom of my palm measures about 6.5 inches and I purchased the XS gloves. They fit great! I have washed them several times and they had a rough go of it, yet they have maintained their shape and have no signs of pilling. This merino wool tops the charts!

Pros: Build quality, Ease of use, Great value
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
BigMo
from Urbana, IL
55-64 yrs

excellent glove liners
January 09, 2011

Very comfortable, and warm enough to use alone as gloves -- as long as the weather isn't too cold. They also function well as glove liners! I highly recommend them.

Pros: Build quality, Performance
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
anzpars
from Vermont
35-44 yrs

ibex liners
November 26, 2012

i love these!!! They are thin and perfect for driving and xcounrty skiing!!! I even bought a pair for my daughter and my best friend for cristmas!! Can not wait till we can all use them together!

Pros: Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
freezinghands
from boston

very useful gloves
February 02, 2011

I take my dog out very early on very cold mornings. It is extremely helpful and comforting to have a pair of warm liners for my gloves on the various occasions I have to take my gloves off. These ibex are the most comfortable and form-fitting liners I've ever used. They make it easy to tie boots, unwrap tangled leashes, etc. I have very small hands, but these fit, and stretch for comfort. Purchased on sale and no postage...what a bargain.

Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
Bigdog

Really nice glove liners!
March 25, 2012

These glove liners fit well and are true to size. They are not bulky and fit well under larger outer gloves. Can be worn alone to keep the chill off. Wool is very comfortable.

Pros: Build quality, Performance, Ease of use
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
blindsquirrel
from WIsconsin
35-44 yrs

Got to love them Kiwi's
December 30, 2010

Liners work great. I spend alot of time in the outdoors durring the winter. Winter is my favorite time of year. These gloves fit very well and I like them because they fit nicely into my warmer gloves but as the day goes and I start to warm up they also work very well alone.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Ease of use
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
runnerslegs
from Charleston, SC
25-34 yrs

Perfect Liner for Winter Sports
April 11, 2011

I wore these on a recent snowboarding trip to Heavenly in Tahoe, CA. The first day temps were between 25 and 40 degrees, the second day high of 20, and the third day was nearly 60. So we got a little bit of everything for weather. The first day they were all I needed with an outershell for water protection. The second day I did need fleece gloves between the liners and shell and the third day I was down to just the outershell. Overall these liners were great - exactly what I wanted and expected. They kept my hands dry and warm for snowboarding. Since I am from SC I expected cold hands on the very cold day.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
WeOutHere
from Midwest
35-44 yrs

Great glove liners.
November 01, 2013

These are think glove liners that fit comfortably in all of my gloves and add increased warmth on extremely chilly days. I primarily use them for cycling and I find them quite handy (sorry about that pun) on the ride home after the sun has set and the temperature has dropped.

Comfort: 4 / 5
Durability: 3 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
Babo
25-34 yrs

Would Not Recommend
April 07, 2011

These gloves are extremely thin. They provide poor insulation by themselves. Save your money and try something else. I bought gloves that were five dollars while on a trip that did much better. If you want great looking gloves, then these Ibex will suit you. Since they are so thin, you can handle DSLR equipment with ease. My hands are especially sensitive during cold weather so my review is based off of cold hands these gloves failed to keep warm ;) I would not buy these again because they do not provide much protection from the cold. Most thin gloves will be a suitable option. I wish you luck in finding a nice pair of gloves :)

Cons: Cost, Low performance
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
ArtRadical
from Berkeley, CA
35-44 yrs

Perfect lightweight glove
July 31, 2013

Bought for my mom who gets cold hands. They're her favorite/go-to gloves. She says that they're super comfortable and surprisingly warm for their weight.

Pros: Build quality, Performance
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 3 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
93reg
from philadelphia pa
18-24 yrs

Definitely a great liner
January 16, 2012

I was very pleased with the quality and comfort of these gloves. They are very thin, which is exactly what I was looking for, but don't buy them if you are looking for a standalone glove.

Pros: Ease of use, Great value, super thin
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
winterrunner

Great Fit!
December 06, 2010

These are not like my other glove liners which always seem to have a sloppy fit. The material isn't tight, but it stays right in place for great dexterity when used as your outer layer and they also stay in place inside your mittens. They dry quickly after touching snow and ice. I have Raynaud's and have found these to work much better than any other lightweight glove or liner. My fingers still lose circulation on runs longer than an hour in anything below 35'F. (At that point, I should probably be wearing something a bit more substantial, but I was testing the limits since these seemed to be working so great!)

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Comfort: 5 / 5
grtotdrs

Good glove liners
February 25, 2013

I have been wearing these liners under a pair of waterproof mittens and they do a great job of adding some extra warmth for super chilly days.

Comfort: 4 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
YogiYogiSan
from San Diego, CA
45-54 yrs

best for camera
June 18, 2011

this is the best one for camera when it is very cold weather. i do not need to take my glove off. if you use common fleece glove, it's warm but bulky and you can not use your camera or cell phone.

Pros: Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
beungood
from Braintree,Ma
45-54 yrs

Typical high quality Ibex product
February 03, 2012

These are typical of Ibex products, well designed,well made and good performers. Ive used them under different cycling gloves in 30-40 degree temperatures and my hands have been extremely warm and comfy even after extended rides. They are neatly made and slip inside the cycling gloves easily. The best thing is ive used them several times and they dont really stink up at all. A must have in cycling gear bag!

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Great value, warmth, odor repellence, Cons: Cost
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
malamei
from Taiwan
35-44 yrs

March 03, 2011

I used this Ibex Glove Liner under my usual bicycle gloves. The Liner is so thin and warm, very useful while go downgrade or a windy day, or use it in late Autumn or early in winter. The quality is great, too.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
MantaMagnet
from Providence, RI
18-24 yrs

May 02, 2012

These gloves are great! I was looking for gloves for both myself and my mom that would keep our hands warm while leaving dexterity intact--I use mine for cold mornings and nights backpacking (the gloves are thin enough to use a camping stove, set up a tent, etc), and she uses hers for tapping birch trees during the Alaskan spring. In the winter we can both put them under other gloves for extra warmth. (I got an X-Small and they are slightly big, but I have very small hands.)

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Comfort: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
woolguy

Great purchase
March 13, 2011

This gloves are thin and fit easily into my other gloves. They are stetched well, comfortable and thin. They are too light to be worn as gloves alone, but they will be great for running in cool weather. Although a little pricey, I'm happy with the purchase.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Ease of use, Cons: Cost
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
nowthen

Nice Glove
March 06, 2011

I find these gloves comfortable, fit nice. f you are boarderline on size buy one size down as they have nice stretch. I like wearing them alone or will use for extra warmth underneath others. They are thin, nicely made Great Buy!

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
cookiegirl
from Chicago
55-64 yrs

Hand in glove(s)
February 06, 2012

I have small hands and spend a lot of winter looking for gloves that fit (kid's gloves are too short in the finger). These are the ones! Although they are called liners, I have worn them on some very cold Chicago days and they're just great. I bought the XS and the fit is perfect (usually I wear a size 5 women's glove). I washed them once after getting coffee on them and they came out just fine, but it's line-dry, not the dryer.

Pros: Great design
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5

35-44 yrs

Great lightweight glove liner
April 21, 2012

Used them for winter hiking, running and biking. Stretches and fits very well, and true to the size. It's designed to be a thin liner (not heavy duty), so the durability depends on what you use them for. I have used them as standalone gloves for the above mentioned activities for one full season and it shows no sign of wear. It's not super expensive anyway, so you can get another pair if it wears out.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Great value
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
gismanager
from alexandria, la
35-44 yrs

great glove liner
February 16, 2011

Fit was perfect. Very pleased with quality of the liner. yes it was more expensive than i would have preferred, but quality was worth the extra. will be buying a second pair soon.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Cons: Cost
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 1 / 5
Quality: 3 / 5
JBKny

great gloves but don't last
May 16, 2012

These were amazing, light and warm and soft like all ibex products - too bad the seams ripped the second time I wore them! If ibex changed the design or construction to make them more durable I would absolutely buy them again.

Cons: Wears quickly, Bad design
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
JMTthruhiker
from Southern California
Over 65 yrs

Warmth is the name
February 16, 2012

I love merino wool for it's comfort and warmth and now to have that in a pair of glove liners is great. I like the slim fit, stretch design as it fits well inside my normal gloves. If your out backpacking, you can wear just the liners on cold mornings while fixing breakfast or just packing up your gear. That's not always easy to do when wearing heavier gloves. I bought these on recomendation of a friend and glad I did. Great product.

Pros: Performance, Ease of use
CaribbenClimber
top500Contributor

Great liner
December 31, 2009

Took it out skiing yesterday, what a differnce in the warmth that it added. Great buy. Bought a xs for a sixe 8 hand

Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
pumagirl
top50Contributor

from denver, co
35-44 yrs

Running liner
May 20, 2011

These are excellent gloves for training running, when temps drop down to ~35F. They are thin, yet provide excellent amount of insulation when you are doing active sports. I've also used them under snowboard gloves, and they provide good amount of warmth while being comfortable due to their non-bulky-ness. I have a small hole developed under my left palm, and Ibex has provided a replacement without charge. So definitely, you need to be a bit careful with them. But the holes don't affect function and they haven't gotten bigger yet. Overall, highly recommended if you expect your gear to get reasonable amount of wear and tear on them.

Pros: Performance
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
imanonymous
from Portland, OR
35-44 yrs

Nice gloves
October 31, 2011

These are nice gloves but they didn't work for me. I'm a 5'10" female with long fingers and the mediums were at least 1/2" too short for me. Based on all the great reviews, I'm wondering if my pair was off or if my fingers are longer than I thought. I also wish there was a way they could make the fingertips seamless. Maybe I just noticed that though because I kept pulling them down to get them to be long enough. Unlike other reviews, I also didn't think they fit well under slimmer fitting gloves.

Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
agprint
from California
55-64 yrs

Great Liners - Warm and Light
June 09, 2011

These are great glove liners. They are warm and light, and offer excellent dexterity. I use them alone when photographing in chilly conditions. I combine them with fingerless mittens in cold weather, and with Outdoor Research Gore Tex mittens - with chemical heaters - when it's REALLY cold. I am very pleased with these liiners.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
grtotdrs

Good glove liners
February 25, 2013

I have been wearing these liners under a pair of waterproof mittens and they do a great job of adding some extra warmth for super chilly days.

Snug Warm Liner!
December 28, 2009

I bought a size small. The fingers are a little short, but the stretch. I've already put them to great use working in the unheated greenhouse. They are not too bulky to wear under my leather work gloves and they keep you toasty warm.

Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
GrumpyJohn
top1000Contributor

from Pennsylvania
35-44 yrs

None Better
January 27, 2011

I've used Icebreaker and Smartwool merino liners and neither of them are as nice or as durable as the Ibex liners. Ibex's wool is extremely soft. The stretch in these liners make them mold so well to your fingers you forget you have them on. I wear a medium in every other glove, and the Ibex liners in medium fit me perfectly. I use them as light gloves for winter trail running and as liners for skiing and ice climbing. I would guess they add about 10 degrees to whatever you are wearing.

Pros: Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Great value, Cons: Cost
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
FidelsEyeglasses
from New York, NY

Stretch Merino Glove Liner
December 06, 2011

They fit very well, seams are unobtrusive and flat, nice design. I bought a pair in black then a second pair in Titanium gray after I received the first pair. Perfect.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
homeworkmom

Good Extra Layer
October 04, 2011

My son is in the marching band and needed thin gloves to wear that would not interfere with playing his instrument (or show under his "uniform" gloves). These are warm enough for autumn and fit very snugly so they suit his purposes. He has very small hands for a teenager, and the extra small fit fine. The only complaint he had was that if they get wet, they stay wet and get cold in a hurry. I have washed these once and they held their shape -- did not put in the dryer, although I believe the tag said that is okay.

Pros: Great design
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
warmhands
from Santa Fe New Mexico
55-64 yrs

stretch marino gloves
November 30, 2010

Excellent quality... and they will fit inside the Shak Glove Liner (of the same size) which fit into my lobster glove. So I've solved the problem of numb fingers...

Pros: Great design
WeOutHere
from Midwest

Great glove liners.
November 01, 2013

These are think glove liners that fit comfortably in all of my gloves and add increased warmth on extremely chilly days. I primarily use them for cycling and I find them quite handy (sorry about that pun) on the ride home after the sun has set and the temperature has dropped.

Pros: Great design, Performance, Ease of use
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
Chambelona59
from New York, NY
55-64 yrs

Great as a liner or a quick run to the store.
October 19, 2012

Great as a glove 'liner' or for a quick run to the store. I bought a pair in black, liked them and bought another pair in Gray. Some people have said they fall apart easily, you must keep in mind these are meant to be 'liners' not to be worn as every day gloves shoveling snow or taking the garbage out. They are designed relatively thin so they fit under your gloves. If you try to use them as regular gloves the finger tips tend to wear thin and eventually develop holes. But if worn as 'liners' as they are meant to be there are absolutly no problems.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
mrzone
55-64 yrs

Great lightweigh gloves for dexterity
December 28, 2012

I use these Ibex gloves to provide a little warmth - combined with dexterity. I am a landscape photographer, and prefer these over other lightweight gloves and liners I have tried. I combine these with fleece fingerless gloves and Outdoor Research mittens when it's cold. Along with that I add chemical warmers. It's not a perfect system, but it's the best I have come up with after years of trying different products. The craftsmanship is excellent.

Pros: Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use
laughrob

very thin and warm
November 19, 2009

love stretchiness and wool. they run large. I am a woman with size 8 hands and I got the XS

Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
HikingAnt
from Pennsylvania
55-64 yrs

Great gloves
December 03, 2010

These glove liners are warm enough to wear as gloves in milder weather and fit snugly under mittens in bitter cold. It is hard for me to find a fit with my small hands and these have an extra small size, that fits me, if you pardon the expression, like a glove. They are also quite lovely; I wear them to go to work and church, not just hiking.

Pros: Great design, Build quality
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
StopCallingMeDarling
from Portland, OR
25-34 yrs

Rock solid
February 25, 2011

This is a rock solid pair of gloves. Good quality, well-made, nice fit (I have small hands and gloves usually are too long in the fingertips for me, but these are great). Like the other reviewers have said, they are great for layering. I like to wear them alone sometimes, too. I have Raynaud's, and live in Portland, Oregon. It doesn't get too cold here, but my hands are ALWAYS cold. These are good to wear alone on those days during which most people wouldn't consider wearing gloves, but I need a little extra warmth. Sometimes I even wear them when I'm typing emails and working in my home office. It's pretty dorky to wear gloves while on the computer, but these are sleek enough that I don't feel like a total loser. And whatever, my fingers are warm so that makes me happy! :)

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Cons: Cost
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
TimC
from Northern CA
18-24 yrs

Sheep Geek says... "Sleek"
November 09, 2012

These gloves have a nice combination of features. More bulk than the ultra thin wool liners, meaning more warmth and of course durability. With the added spandex I have little qualms using them alone. Long sturdy cuffs are also a welcome feature on these close fitting gloves.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Ease of use
Comfort: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
NuALTRECFan
from Plymouth, New Hampshire
45-54 yrs

Comfortable well-fitting inner glove layer
December 31, 2012

Just enough stretch, just enough light warmth for excellent comfort. Material is soft; not too thick and not too thin. Like the unusual maroon/dark brown (aubergine) that goes with most anything and is also a nice change from black. Good workmanship on the pair I have. I usually have trouble finding gloves that accomodate my longer fingers even with the stretch fabric. Can't report on durability just now but they certainly haven't fallen apart with a few weeks of use including travel.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Great value, color choices
luvMerino

Nice gloves
March 30, 2010

I wear these glove liners by themselves. They fit "like a glove," with nice stretch and plenty of length in the fingers. With an average size hand for a smaller woman, I chose a small, it fits great. I love them so much, I bought a second pair. Definitely recommend!

Great fit
January 18, 2010

I always have problems finding the right size for my hands....and the XS has the perfect fit. The wool is awesome and I can work with my hands perfectly! Excellent choice.

cookiegirl
from Chicago

Hand in glove(s)
February 06, 2012

I have small hands and spend a lot of winter looking for gloves that fit (kid's gloves are too short in the finger). These are the ones! Although they are called liners, I have worn them on some very cold Chicago days and they're just great. I bought the XS and the fit is perfect (usually I wear a size 5 women's glove). I washed them once after getting coffee on them and they came out just fine, but it's line-dry, not the dryer.

Pros: excellent fit, good for small hands

Great product
September 08, 2010

Bought this product to use as a glove liner (for which it works great) but quickly realized it works nicely as a light glove in cool weather. Great for travel. Good fit, clean look and Merino wool keeps its warmth even when wet.

MotoPsycho
top50Contributor

Good fit, great fabric, annoying seams.
February 22, 2010

The fabric is beautiful, comfortable and warm. Fitting is accurate using standard unisex glove sizing. I found the fingers a little on the long side, and I don't usually have issues with that. The only downside is the seams: there are a lot of them and they are large and annoying. Does add a nice bit of warmth for the thickness and I love merino wool.

Great online experience
October 13, 2009

Ordering was easy. Received the gloves quickly and the glove fit as expected. Great place to order online.

Look well made, but too small
December 29, 2009

I went with a previous post for sizing, as no where, not even on the Ibex website was there an adequate sizing chart for them. I suspected the xs would not fit,and gone with my gut rather than others.

warmhands
from Santa Fe New Mexico

stretch marino gloves
November 30, 2010

Excellent quality... and they will fit inside the Shak Glove Liner (of the same size) which fit into my lobster glove. So I've solved the problem of numb fingers...

Pros: Build quality, Performance, Ease of use
Comfort: 4 / 5
Durability: 3 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5

from Madison, WI
35-44 yrs

Like 'em
November 15, 2010

Feel great, seams are out of the way. Fit well under my The North Face Windstoppers. They are a thin material, so don't go using them as leather work gloves and you'll be fine. I haven't had them too long, nor has it gotten too cold yet, but so far so good.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance

High quality
May 06, 2010

These are a great pair of gloves, well-constructed with a high quality fabric. I ordered XS for a size 7 hand and the fingers were too short so unfortunately I had to return them.

Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
Johnny888
from forest hills, ny
25-34 yrs

glove liner
December 31, 2010

great wool liner for your waterproof glove shell or insulating glove. i like how the glove comes way past your wrist area for extra protection/warmth. nice fit for a medium and the stitching from the inside is not annoying like others.

Pros: Performance, Great value
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 3 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
Beautifulmind
from Arlington VA.
45-54 yrs

comfortable
January 03, 2012

I love these glove liners. They keep my hands warm on days that are not too cold. If the temperature drops, I wear them with heavier gloves. For Wash D.C. weather they work just fine. The size M fits my size 7 glove hands.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Great value
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
Wibby
from Suburban Chicago
45-54 yrs

Glove Liner
December 05, 2010

I've used these for more than one cold Chicago winter. They fit well and do provide some additional warmth although I wouldn't say it's a tremendous improvement. Any extra layering helps especially for hands and feet during icy cold weather. I always use these under other gloves, by themselves doesn't give much protection against cold.

Pros: Ease of use, Cons: not as warm as expected
Comfort: 4 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
Skeptik
from Oklahoma City
55-64 yrs

Good underglove
December 19, 2010

Bought to wear under motorcycle gauntlet in freezing temps. Thin enough to allow reasonable flexibility and feel while adding some warmth. Good fit, slight discomfort from seams at fingertips, but not too bad. Worked better for me than polartec (too thick) or polypropylene (not warm enough).

Pros: Build quality, Performance
freezinghands
from boston
55-64 yrs

very useful gloves
February 02, 2011

I take my dog out very early on very cold mornings. It is extremely helpful and comforting to have a pair of warm liners for my gloves on the various occasions I have to take my gloves off. These ibex are the most comfortable and form-fitting liners I've ever used. They make it easy to tie boots, unwrap tangled leashes, etc. I have very small hands, but these fit, and stretch for comfort. Purchased on sale and no postage...what a bargain.

Pros: Great design, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
vertigo
from Michigan
25-34 yrs

Excellent gloves
January 13, 2011

I got a pair of these for myself (small; 5'8" 145lb, fairly skinny hands and fingers) and my mom (xs; small frame, probably ~ 5'2" - 5'4"). I've worn them both by themselves and under a pair of Seirus gloves, which they fit surprisingly well under, considering how tight these types of gloves fit. Wearing them while shoveling snow my hands still got cold, but considering how thin both these gloves are and how cold it was out it was an acceptable amount of coldness. Also, considering when I went to take them off it was difficult due to my hands being sweaty, I was shown, not for the first time, how nice wool is for being warm even when wet. My mom asked for mittens for Christmas, because her hands get cold in regular ski gloves. I got her these and the Shak liners to wear inside regular gloves instead, and she wore these while playing with my niece and brothers in the snow, handling the snow with just these on, and she said her hands never got cold. Awesome gloves, whether on their own or in combination with a heavier pair. Based on the guidelines for fitting, I was right on the border between small and medium, so I got these in small and the Shak liners in medium. They both fit great on their own, and the Shak's fit nicely over these. I haven't yet tried both under another, heavier glove, but I imagine it would work fine, as even with both on my fingers are still very free and mobile and there's not a lot of bulk. Only complaint, and a mild one, is that they are, as I mentioned earlier, difficult to get off when wet. Pull-tabs (not sure what they're called) at the ends of a couple of the fingers would really help with this, but might also detract from the comfort, and on gloves this thin/light might not hold up.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Cons: Cost
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
pigeye

January 17, 2011

nice gloves - sized down - I usually a large but got M's this time w/o any issues. Wool is nice and finish is nice on these

Pros: Build quality, Performance
Comfort: 4 / 5
Durability: 3 / 5
Quality: 2 / 5
CJaney

Cannot Recommend
March 06, 2013

I bought these for the purpose of keeping my hands warmer (obviously), but I was disappointed. They are a somewhat slippery material so when I removed my gloves they always came off with it. Also, they are so thin that they actually made my hands colder. The second day I did not bring them on the mountain and my hands were significantly warmer. Cannot recommend these to people.

Pros: Ease of use, Cons: Low performance
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
juicy620
from Little Rock, AR
25-34 yrs

most comfortable gloves ever!
January 24, 2011

I have been shopping for a pair of casual black gloves. These gloves were so comfortable and not bulky. I went to San Antonio and as I left the restaurant I noticed I couldn't find my gloves. My boyfriend ran back to the restaurant b/c I had left them on the table! That's how much I LOVE these gloves! They are thin enough for me just to do about anything.

Pros: Ease of use, Great value, comfortable
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
aneptune

great fitting glove!
November 09, 2010

i loved these gloves! as winter is approaching and mornings are cooler, they provide nice warmth. i have small hands and it is a constant battle keeping them warm. gloves are well made and very form fitting. the wool is nice, not itchy. they fit nicely inside another mitten or glove.

Pros: Great design
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
Scarl
top250Contributor

from Portland, Oregon
45-54 yrs

Awesome liners!
February 02, 2012

I absolutely love these glove liners! They are the perfect weight. They keep your hands warm and dry, and they even work as stand alone gloves if you know you are going to work up a sweat. I bought a second pair! I also have a pair of Patagonia glove liners, but I like these so much more. They fit my fingers better, and the weight and material is so much nicer.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
Dermadonna
from Highland Park, NJ
45-54 yrs

Fit like a glove!
June 29, 2011

These gloves are perfect for when you want something lightweight (but warm) under your bulkier mittens. I have small hands (sz 5-6, Women's)and the XS in Men's fit perfectly on my hands and under my mittens. They are very soft and fit so perfectly that you can easily manipulate zippers, buttons, etc without taking them off, which is a real perk when it is freezing outside!

Pros: Build quality, Performance, Great value
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 5 / 5
DRM1

April 06, 2011

These liners are awesome. They are warm, fit very well and are very comfortable under mittens. Although I have not had them long enough yet to determine durability, they seem to be very well made and should last a long time.

Pros: Build quality, Performance, Ease of use

very nice quality but too small
February 20, 2010

After reading comments here I ordered this in a small but the fingers weren't long enough. Have to return for a medium. But, the material is very nice and the gloves are thin and snug. They will be great on their own or as a liner.

Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 5 / 5
ERLady
from Alaska
55-64 yrs

Love these
March 06, 2012

I had a pair for years that I used just to cover the skin on my hands and while walking in colder weather. I lost one of the gloves and was so upset. I bought two pair just in case. These are great as a liner and stand alone. They are perfert for those chilly days when a heavy glove is to much but you still need something on your hand.

Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Comfort: 5 / 5
Durability: 3 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
bozeman
from Bozeman, Montana
45-54 yrs

A bit too thin
December 14, 2011

Bottom line I personally should have purchased the Ibex Shak liner glove, it is a bit more beefer (tofuer). Some of you may want a very thin soft wool liner and this would be for you but the Shak liner would be more durable also due to the density of the wool.

Pros: Build quality, Cons: Wears quickly
Comfort: 4 / 5
Durability: 3 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
AReview4U

2nd pair
January 05, 2012

And not because there was anything wrong with the first. They are so small and easy to just keep in your pockets for when you need gloves on the go. Warm enough to get you around town and not bulky.

Pros: Great design
Comfort: 4 / 5
Durability: 4 / 5
Quality: 4 / 5
akmtl

Good purchase
February 22, 2011

I bought the mediums and the fit was just right. They were fitted and close but not too tight. Sort of like a soft second skin. The gloves are very comfortable and extremely thin, which is what I'm looking for in inserts where I just want an extra layer to wick away moisture. They did a fine job keeping my hands dry and even resisted reasonably to 0 degree windchills for the few minutes I had to remove my gloves to fiddle with a zipper, or readjust my ski boots. Small note about looks, I got the grey ones and the logo looks almost a little purple. This ends up making them look quite feminine if you care about such things. Since I only wear them as a layer under gloves or mitts, it doesn't bother me.

Pros: Performance, Ease of use, Cons: looks

Love Ibex!
November 10, 2009

I am a huge fan of Ibex wool, I have many underlayers from them and I have never been disappointed with their products. These gloves run in men's sizes so I am 19 small build and got extra small and they fit perfectly!!

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