Icebreaker Sizing Chart
Measurements refer to body size not garment dimensions. For information on how to measure, please see diagram below.
CHOOSING THE RIGHT SIZE
If your measurements are close to two sizes, choose the smaller size for a tighter fit or the larger size for a looser fit.
If your body measurements result in different sizes, we recommend using your chest measurement for tops and your hip measurement for pants.
Chest Measurement: Place the measuring tape around the fullest part of your chest/bust.
Waist Measurement: Place the measuring tape at your natural waist, the narrowest point on your torso.
Hip Measurement: Place the measuring tape around the fullest point on your hips.
* Please note: 2XL has limited quantities / not available in all markets
|2'7½" - 2'10¾"||2'10¾" - 3'3¼"||3'3¼" - 3'9"||3'9" - 4'1½"||4'1½" - 4'5½"||4'5½" - 4'9½"||4'9½" - 5'1½"||5'1½" - 5'6"|
4.1 out of 5
They certainly have improved liners over the years!
January 04, 2010
These really work! I used them on my bike yesterday when the temp. was 17 degrees and for once my hands remained warm for the entire ride.
Great little liners
December 03, 2010
These glove liners are great, far warmer then I expected for their size and thickness. They are thin enough to easily slip under my work gloves but provide a great amount of warmth. I have even worn them by themselves whilst running when the evenings were getting cold. Overall a great product, very well made and more than what I expected. Yet another top quality product from Icebreaker. I must remember to thank my sister for putting me on to this brand.Pros: Build quality, Performance, Great value
really nice & snug
January 21, 2010
These are really great, true to fit.
Good glove liner
December 14, 2013
Unisex glove liner is a great thing to keep your fingers warm and comfortable. It fits well and feels good. I would recommend it to use with leather gloves or, sport gloves, if they don't have liners.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Ease of use
Comfortable, but watch out for size!
March 01, 2010
Material is very soft against the skin. I bought a medium, thinking a small would be too large--considering that there are women who have smaller hands than myself. However, the fingertips are a bit long (I want to be able to wear the gloves while typing...being the cold-handed person that I am) The material is non-constricting. In short, if you are a woman with average sized hands (not too small, not to large) I suggest ordering a small.
Best liners out there.
February 17, 2012
Both my wife and I have been using these Icebreaker glove liners for the past 7 years, we really like that they are super thin yet create a great amount of warmth. They may not be as durable as some but they are totally worth it.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Great value, Cons: not the longest lasting liner
January 09, 2011
I am a 5'10 female 158 lbs. and these gloves fit nicely. They were a bit long in the fingers but overall very comfortable for wearing inside of my snowboard gloves all day. They are very lightweight and the seams are soft and comfortable. I really liked being able to take off my snowboard gloves to strap onto my snowboard but still having the icebreaker gloves on to keep my hands warm. With regard to durability I rated fair as I have only used them for two all day snowboard trips.Pros: Great design, Ease of use
December 09, 2007
Performs as stated! I'd warn all glove wearers to make sure your wearing the right size glove (shell). To much, to little will not allow effective protection against the elements. This item is perfect for those who experience periods of activity followed by inactivity. The liner performs as a wicking layer and a layer of warmth.
bad quality stitching, good warmth
January 02, 2008
They came apart the second time I used them!!! Thats crappy quality if you ask me. I wore them inside my gloves when I went snowboarding and then the next time I went I noticed two holes, the next time I wore them they each had 3 holes per gloves, big wholes. I would not recommend these
Excellent quality super thin
December 30, 2009
Warm without bulk, these gloves are fine enough to wear as a liner under almost any gloves. They are also a good length! I will probably buy another pair.
Comfy with good fit, but poor quality
February 05, 2008
Same experience as above. After one day's wear the thumb seam opened, after two days the thumb was 80% off. The next day the fabric split (like a run in nylons) and the index finger stitching opened up. They were very comfortable and fit well; too bad the manufacturing quality is so poor.
Thin & Lightweight
March 28, 2013
I was looking for a glover liner that would fit under my motorcycle gloves to add a bit of warmth. They had to be thin, but silk liners don't hold up and get caught on velcro. But the icebreaker morino wool liners seem like they will do the job!Pros: Build quality, Ease of use
February 18, 2012
I am usually a large in everything...jackets, shirts, shorts, pants, gloves, hats. I ordered a large in these and my fingers wouldn't even go into the fingers of the glove. Size up if you get them.Pros: Great design, Performance, wool, Cons: fit/sizing
July 27, 2011
I've only used this glove liner once as a liner (and it worked well) but I really like using it as a thin glove alone. I live in the city and it's hard to dig out my subway card with "normal" thicker gloves. I like being able to wear these and still use my hands. The wool fabric is flexible and things don't slip out of my hands. Obviously they wouldn't be warm enough alone for longer stays outside but they are really great alone for commuting.Pros: Ease of use
The worst -- fall apart at the seams
June 29, 2009
Same experience as above. After one day's wear the thumb seam opened, after two days the thumb was 80% off. Returned them to the store and the second pair did the same thing
January 29, 2010
I am always taking off my gloves and my hands don't freeze while doing so.
March 08, 2010
I picked up a pair of these a few years ago on closeout super cheap. Initially, my intention was to wear them as liners, but I ended up wearing them all the time on their own. Around town on chilly days, early morning runs etc. Especially usefull on backpacking trips; I would wear them to sleep in, my hands get cold if they poke out of my sleeping bag and bonus, keeps oils from my hand lotion from getting on my bag. I ended up wearing those out and so I bought several more. A word of warning if you wear them alone like me, they're kind of delicate, don't touch anything with velcro on it! I did take off one star for being proportionately shorter in the fingers, but it's not that bad.
a good basic piece of gear to have
January 28, 2010
These extend well to provide good wrist coverage, designed well.
Available sizes, while supplies last, include size xs, size small, size medium, size large and size extra large: xs, s, m, l, xl.