Up and Under Meraklon Liner Glove


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Every hand should have one: The Merkalon liner glove is a one size fits most liner glove (though they do come in adults and childs sizes and a selecion of colours). Meraklon fabric wicks moisture to keep you dry and comfy whilst insulating the hand.

As a stand alone glove they are lightweight, pack tiny and are very durable and have all sorts of applications for chilly weather walking, running, cross-country skiing and mountaineering.

As a liner under a thicker glove or mitt they provide a little extra insulation, help keep your hand dry so that you don't get sweaty when working hard (stopping you chilling and feeling wet when you are at rest) and finally they allow you to take your outer glove off when you need dexterity but it's still cold (taking photos, opening chocolate bars, etc).


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