Your hands are as important as the rest of your body when it comes to keeping warm and dry. In fact they are even more so because your extremities are the first to suffer from frostbite as the body starts to draw blood back to its core in the event of hypothermia. And as with the rest of the body, layering is key; more layers = more trapped air which your body will heat up to keep you warm. Remember - no glove, no love.
Icebreaker
Apex Glove Liner BF260...
Description Icebreaker's Apex Glove Liner is a 98% New Zealand Merino glove from their BF260 weight range. As well as...
$39.95
Icebreaker
Oasis Glove Liner BF200...
Description Icebreaker continues to lead the field in technical wool clothing and highly ethical environmental practice. Their Oasis Glove Liner...
$34.95
Outdoor Research
PL 100 Sensor Gloves...
Description Outdoor Research's PL 100 are a smooth, snug, stretchy fit glove that conforms to the hand without being restrictive....
$39.95
Outdoor Research
PL 150 Sensor Gloves...
Description Outdoor Research's PL 150 Sensor Gloves are an improvement on the old model: the synthetic fleece thumb and forefinger...
$44.95
Outdoor Research
PL 150 Sensor Gloves...
Description Outdoor Research's PL 150 Sensor Gloves are an improvement on the old model: the synthetic fleece thumb and forefinger...
$44.95
Outdoor Research
PL Base Sensor Gloves...
Description The Outdoor Research PL Base Gloves are an excellent next-to-skin liner in cool to cold alpine climates or as...
$39.95
Icebreaker
Quantum Gloves - Unisex...
Description Icebreaker's thickest glove, the Quantum, is 98% New Zealand Merino with 2% Lycra which enhances fit and dry time....
$44.95
Heatmax - Hot Hands Hand Warmers
Heatmax
Hot Hands Hand Warmers...
Description Going somewhere cold? Extremities prone to freezing and falling off? Take Hot Hands - the individual, disposable hand warming...
$3.95

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