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ALASKA BEAR - Natural Silk Gloves Thermal Liner Unisex
|Price:||$12.99 - $14.99|
- Made of mulberry silk, breathable & moisture wicking fiber.
- Ultimate inner gloves design - Soft and long ribbed cuff to cover your wrists and make joints warmer in cold weather.
- Lightweight and naturally hypo-allergenic - Relief from itchy skin conditions such as rosacea and eczema; Good for Raynaud's sufferers.
- Perfect for skiing, motorcycling, hiking, running & jogging, photographing, fishing, shooting and ideal as glove inserts under ski gloves, winter gloves or mittens.
- This type of liner is fairly delicate so make sure: 1. your nails are smooth as they may pull threads out; 2. keep away from velcro!
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X-Small: good for most size 6.5 hands.
Small: good for most size 7.5 hands.
Medium: good for most size 8 hands.
Large: good for most size 9 hands.
X-Large: good for most size 10 hands.
XX-Large: good for most size 11 hands.
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The preferred method is hand laundered in cool water with pH neutral soap using a gentle hand movement. Do not soak too long. Rinse in cool water and roll silk in a towel to remove excess water. Never wring water from silk. Hand washing is much easier and in fact faster.
Wash in cold water with pH neutral soap, no bleach, on a gentle cycle. Wash silk separate from other items(or put them in a mesh bag) and do not overload washer to avoid any unnecessary wear to the fabric. Do Not run them through a dryer (tumble dry on very low heat for a short time if necessary) "as silk is not heat resistant, lay them on towel on a sunny window sill, they will dry fast."
Silk has a resistance to creasing or wrinkling, most will smooth out naturally. If ironing should become necessary, press the damp silk on the reverse side with an iron set on low. Silk charmeuse requires a cool iron to bring back sheen.
Silk is actually very strong for its weight. Filament silk(long strands) is stronger than "spun silk"(short bits spun together). Customers’ experience tells that if you take care of silk gloves they will last many years.
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They work well as liners, but I also use them indoors when my hands get cold typing on a computer. They are great for typing, but be aware that they aren't super great if you use a trackpad instead of a traditional mouse.
We both wore them today . It was 19 degrees with a wind chill of 16.
We found the gloves kept our hands warmer than when we were wearing just our mittens.
Fit was perfect.
Wished they were in another color, but since we both got them for under gloves, it really doesn't matter.
Certainly nicer to walk with warm hands especially when it gets below freezing and the wind picks up.
Exactly as described and exactly what I needed. My hands get COLD. I even tried gloves with a battery, You can imagine how bulky and uncomfortable those were. Obviously the solution is layering, just as it is with shirts, sweaters, etc. So I wear these really comfortable, really nice-feeling gloves and a pair of heavier but not bulky gloves over them. Also, my hands get cold in the house. Poor circulation. These gloves keep my hands warm, but they're thin enough they don't interfere with movement. And the fit is perfect, which doesn't always happen.
They work well as long as I'm reading, watching a movie, etc., but not so much when I need to type or sew, etc. They are slipperier then skin, so my already-diminished fine motor skills are also down-graded. (Not a big deal; I just go back to bare hands to do the job.)
That said... they feel wonderful! Soft, smooth, and snug. I ordered a Small, according to the size chart, but thought at first try-on that I should have gotten a Medium. Changed my mind on sending them back, and am keeping them. What I first though of as "tight" became "snug" after wearing them a few times. The wrist cuffs could be a bit looser for my preferences, but its not a fault.
All-in-all, a nice pair of gloves/liners.
Warning: The ultra-fine silk fibers snag on a variety of things – chipped fingernail, rough surface of wood, etc., but the big warning goes for Velcro and that type of material.