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The Heat Company Merino Liner Light Gloves (Size 8-9)

BH #HEMGL89LT • MFR #33025
The Heat Company Merino Liner Light Gloves (Size 8-9)
Key Features
  • Polartec Merino Power Wool
  • Lightweight & Breathable
  • Use Touchscreens Without Removing Gloves
  • Built-In Handwarmer Pockets
Photographers and other professionals who work outdoors in cold conditions will be appreciate these Merino Liner Light Gloves from The Heat Company. The Merino liners are designed to work in conjunction with the optional Heat Company SHELL and HEAT 2 SOFTSHELL gloves/mittens, but they can be used by themselves as a light, form-fitting glove. The Polartec Merino Power Wool is breathable, keeping your skin dry and comfortable, and is sourced from mulesing-free, species-appropriate animal husbandry. Conductive textile on the fingertips allows you to use touchscreens with your gloves on, and there's a pocket for hand warmers for especially cold days. The size 8-9 liner fits hands 7.0-8.8", measured around the palm of your dominant hand just below the knuckles.
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The Heat Company Merino Light Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Liner Construction
  • 3Use a Touchscreen While Staying Warm
  • 4Built-In Handwarmer Pocket
  • 5D-Ring for Shell Glove Security
  • 6Liner Sizing

Photographers and other professionals who work outdoors in cold conditions will be appreciate these Merino Liner Light Gloves from The Heat Company. The Merino liners are designed to work in conjunction with the optional Heat Company SHELL and HEAT 2 SOFTSHELL gloves/mittens, but they can be used by themselves as a light, form-fitting glove. The Polartec Merino Power Wool is breathable, keeping your skin dry and comfortable, and is sourced from mulesing-free, species-appropriate animal husbandry. Conductive textile on the fingertips allows you to use touchscreens with your gloves on, and there's a pocket for hand warmers for especially cold days. The size 8-9 liner fits hands 7.0-8.8", measured around the palm of your dominant hand just below the knuckles.

Liner Construction

The Merino Liner Gloves are constructed from breathable Polartec Merino Power Wool, which wicks away perspiration while retaining warmth, and comes from species-appropriate, mulesing-free animal husbandry sources.

Use a Touchscreen While Staying Warm

Conductive textile on the thumb and first two fingers allows the use of touchscreens while wearing the liners.

Built-In Handwarmer Pocket

On the back of each Merino Liner Glove is a stitched pocket that is designed to hold an optional compact handwarmer.

D-Ring for Shell Glove Security

A stitched strap on the inside of each liner's wrist ends in a sturdy D-ring, which is designed to attach to an optional Heat Company shell. When attached, you can take off your shell and let it dangle safely and securely, giving you hands-free access to a mobile device, such as a smartphone or media player.

Liner Sizing

The size 8-9 mitten fits hands7.0-8.8", measured around the palm of your dominant hand just below the knuckles.

The Heat Company Merino Light Specs

Physical
SizeUnisex XL:
7.0 to 8.8" / 17.8 to 22.4 cm (Knuckle Circumference)
Material of ConstructionNylon, Wool
WeightNot Specified by Manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.12 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.9 x 3.95 x 1"

The Heat Company Merino Light Reviews

Worthwhile purchase

By Mark
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-09

Nice fit. Provides movement of fingers to execute camera operation.

Expected more heat retention

By Kurtwood
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-03

Wore the gloves once in 40F temperatures. Fingers were getting cold after 15 minutes of exposure. I had expected better heat retention. iphone manipulation worked well with gloves on.

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will these warm up the whole hand including ...

will these warm up the whole hand including fingers ?
Asked by: Roland
They can warm the whole hand including fingers in not so cold temperatures. In colder temperatures you want to use a thicker glove over these liners.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2021-09-13
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