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The Heat Company Polartec Wind Pro Liner Gloves (Size 9)

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The Heat Company Polartec Wind Pro Liner Gloves (Size 9)
Key Features
  • Made of Polartec Wind Pro Fabric
  • Water Repellent
  • Adds Heat without Weight
  • Breathable Fabric Material
Keep your hands dry and warm with the Polartec Wind Pro Liner Gloves from The Heat Company. Made from Polartec Wind Pro fabric, these gloves will be your reliable companion in wind and weather. The fabric is water repellent and keeps out four times more wind than conventional fleece. The fabric is also breathable and adds heat without adding weight.
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The Heat Company Polartec Wind Overview

Keep your hands dry and warm with the Polartec Wind Pro Liner Gloves from The Heat Company. Made from Polartec Wind Pro fabric, these gloves will be your reliable companion in wind and weather. The fabric is water repellent and keeps out four times more wind than conventional fleece. The fabric is also breathable and adds heat without adding weight.

On really cold days, a pocket on the back of each glove holds disposable handwarmers, or can be used to stow cash, credit cards, or your ID for safe keeping. The fingertips on these gloves allow you to easily operate your touchscreens, and D-rings allow you to connect them to your overlayers, so they don't get lost.

These Polartec Wind Pro Liner Gloves can be worn as the first layer of the Heat Layer System under the Shell gloves. They are designed to combine warmth with freedom of movement.
High elasticity for an optimal fit and freedom of movement.
To find your size, measure the circumference of your palm at the widest point, just below your fingers. This size 9 glove equates to a hand circumference of 7.9-8.8".

The Heat Company Polartec Wind Specs

Physical
SizeUnisex 9:
7.9 to 8.8" / 20.1 to 22.4 cm (Palm Circumference)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.5 x 4 x 1"

The Heat Company Polartec Wind Reviews

Too thick to be liners

By Robert
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2022-11-10

B&H doesn't seem to have the glove liners that I bought last time so I tried these. Don't like them. Too thick to be liners and too thick to allow feeling through the finger tips. These would be great for driving your car on a cold day but not for flying drones or flipping small switches on your camera body. Also, to wear these under gloves, the gloves would have to be HUGE. My hand measures 10, the size 11 fit well.

They are ok warm but

By Francesco
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-23

A bit bulky. I used them for a week of winter shooting at Arches and Canyonlands with temps in the low mid 20 and they were ok in keeping my hands warm (and I clearly have a circulation problem in my fingers) but to use all the buttons and dials of a mirrorless with them is a bit challenging, at times I had to take them of to change settings of the cameras.

Garbage

By Patrick
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-27

I had purchased The Heat Company gloves from B&H many years ago that have a liner built in (and are a full snow mitten too). I wanted to purchase a new set for photography in extreme cold conditions. I bought these liners and the mittens separate. I tested these once alone at an NFL game with 40-45 degree weather. My hands were cold even with hand-warmers in the top. Absolutely garbage for $70. Not to mention, after literally only wearing for the second half, they are pitting up and feel stretched out. B&H cannot do anything for me due to the fact that I don't have the original packing anymore. A shame as I am out $70 for gloves that easily feel like they are maybe $10. Avoid!

So far so good

By Christopher
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-23

I've only worn them twice so far, but they have been a lot warmer than the gloves I was wearing prior. Today was the first time I used the hand warmers in the little pouch on the back of the hand and I think that helped a lot. My only issue with them is they are a little more bulky than I had hoped. I may have ordered the wrong size, but I followed their company website on how to measure. I believe once I get use to them, they will definitely be worth the investment.

Great gloves

By Mitch
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-10-27

These gloves work really well. I have long fingers and they fit great and work well with landscape photography.

Run a little small

By Jan
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-09

I ordered these in the summer, anticipating a trip to Fairbanks this winter, so I cannot comment on their warmth yet. The size 10 Heat Company Mittens I ordered fit well, while the liners are too small. I had to return them.

Excellent fit liner type glove that you can use by itself

By Roger
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-03-28

Rather than getting a combined glove with the liner sewn into the outer mitten, I got these liners instead. Heat Co's size guide on their website worked as these fit me perfectly, and like my headline says - they work well on their own if you don't need to full outer shell mitten with them, e.g. warmer but not warm weather. They do reduce the wind effects on your fingers

Warm and windproof, but not enough dexterity

By Au
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-12

I bought these together with The Heat Company Heat 2 Softshell Mittens, both in the recommended sizes using their own sizing chart (8 for the gloves and 9 for the mittens). I planned to use them for outdoor photography in the cold. The index finger turn out to be too thick to consistently find the buttons on my Canon DSLR, or to feel the half press on the shutter button. The thumb is fine for the AF-ON button though. I tested them with a thin merino wool liner on one hand and The Heat Co liner on the other, and I can feel a noticeable difference. Polartec Wind Pro works as advertised in the warmth and wind proofing department. Another side point, even if these gloves were sensitive enough to work a camera with, I would still need to get a larger mitten. The Heat Co's sizing chart seems to assume all their liners are the same thickness. Their size 8 Polartec Wind Pro liners inside their size 9 Softshell Mittens are tight. My hands actually feel colder with this combination, maybe because of cut off circulation? I'm returning these, keeping the Softshell Mittens and using them with merino liners and hand warmer packets. Not as warm ultimately, but if you can't work the shutter that's no good. Life's a compromise.

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Date published: 2022-01-24

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Asked by: Elliot
To find your size, measure the circumference of your palm at the widest point, just below your fingers. This size 10 glove equates to a hand circumference of 8.9-9.5".
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2021-11-21

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This question is in relation to my previous question about water repellency. I don't really care how repellent they are; my question is "Will they keep your hands warm if they are soaking wet?" My hands will get wet because I dip my hands completely underwater to grab things. Wool gloves retain warmth even if wet, but they take a long time to dry, and they don't have e-tips. I assume Polartec will dry much faster, but will they retain heat while they are still wet, like wool does?
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Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2022-01-25
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