Below armour ladies’s liner gloves

(8 customer reviews)


  • eighty five% polyester, 6% elastane, 5% polyurethane, 4% nylon
  • imported
  • system wash
  • ua typhoon end repels rain & snow with out sacrificing breathability
  • ultra gentle knit material with a clean exterior & a luxurious interior for just the proper amount of warmth
  • material wicks sweat & dries without a doubt fast
  • tech contact print on thumbs & hands will let you use contact screen devices with out taking your gloves off
  • silicone print on palm for increased grip & durability
SKU: C18G4LHDHZ566 Category:

product description

ua typhoon end repels rain & snow with out sacrificing breathability. Extremely-soft knit cloth with a clean outside & a luxurious interior for just the proper amount of warmth. Material wicks sweat & dries in reality speedy. Tech touch print on thumbs & hands assist you to use touch display screen devices with out taking your gloves off. Silicone print on palm for increased grip & sturdiness. Bendy, extended cuffs with binding for live put healthy .


X-Small, Small, Medium, Large, X-Large


Black (001)/Black, Steel (035)/Steel, Steel (035)/Black

8 reviews for Below armour ladies’s liner gloves

  1. AdminTech

    First I ordered a large pair, which is my usual glove size. The tech touch was difficult to use because the gloves were too big. So then I ordered a medium size, but I still have the same problem. The gloves are very loose around the fingers. I had hoped they were more like Isotoner gloves, which fit much more snugly on the fingers. Read more

  2. Sharp

    These worked greats wore these under my thick skiing gloves while skiing in 20-30 degree temps. My hands stayed pretty warm and dry. I also wore them by themselves sledding one day and they were actually pretty warm until I started touching the snow. It felt wet, but I think it was just cold so felt that way because my hands didn’t actually get wet. The touch screen feature is 50/50 as it sometimes works and sometimes doesn’t. Read more

  3. triplep

    Work well in 40-50 degree weather. Too thin for anything colder. But at 40-50 degrees, unless you’re going for a longer walk, you probably don’t even need gloves. The touchscreen function is excellent though. Read more

  4. Amazon Customer

    Purchased a first gen pair a few years ago and loved them. Sadly I lost one of the gloves but found this new gen pair online. The material & fit is slightly different but overall thrilled to have this new pair. Great style that you can wear dressed up, casual and eve run outdoors with. Read more

  5. Janice Horn

    warm gloves great value Read more

  6. moyer

    My daughter loves them, which made me sad because I wanted them 😉 Read more

  7. JC

    Great glove. Love the thin. You can do things with your fingers and they stay warm. Even wet my hands didn’t get cold Read more

  8. Gonzalo D Luperena

    Excellent Product!!! Read more

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