Merino Wool Glove Liner
Merino Wool Glove Liner
Merino Wool Glove Liner
Merino Wool Glove Liner
Minus33 Merino Wool Clothing Merino Wool Glove Liner
Minus33 Merino Wool Clothing Merino Wool Glove Liner
Merino Wool Glove Liner
Merino Wool Glove Liner
Merino Wool Glove Liner
Merino Wool Glove Liner
Merino Wool Glove Liner
Merino Wool Glove Liner
Merino Wool Glove Liner
Merino Wool Glove Liner

Merino Wool Glove Liner

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Nothing is worse than having cold fingers. Our Glove Liners are perfect all by themselves on mild days when you need a bit more dexterity or inside a winter glove on those wicked cold days!

  • Fiber Content: 85% Merino Wool, 10% Stretch Nylon, 5% Elastic
  • Wool Source: Australia
  • Imported.
  • Liner: Perfect for layering underneath shell gloves
  • Tear-Away Care Label: Can be removed after purchase
  • Weight: 1.6 oz (45 grams)
  • Style #: 3600
    • Ideal Seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
    • Activities: Everyday Wear, Hiking, Camping, Biking, Running, Fishing, Hunting, Snowsports

    Washing and Drying Instructions - Learn More

    • Machine Wash Cold: Gentle cycle with like colors
    • Detergent: Mild or wool-specific
    • Lie Flat to Dry
    • Storage: Place in an airtight container when not in use for long periods of time
    • Do NOT Use: Fabric softener or bleach!

        Why Merino Wool?

        Moisture Wicking

        Minus33 Merino Wool regulates the amount of moisture on your skin by absorbing any moisture or sweat on your body. Then, the absorbed moisture evaporates out of the fabric into the atmosphere.


        Merino Wool fibers naturally reject any bacteria in moisture or sweat as it is wicked away, so foot fungus and smelly odor will not be a problem while wearing our products.

        Insulates When Wet

        Wool will absorb up to 30% of its weight in moisture without feeling wet or clammy. If you do get wet, wool will insulate you better than cotton or polyester materials.

        Fire Resistant

        Merino Wool insulates against high temperatures and does not readily catch fire. If it does, it self-extinguishes. When Merino burns, it doesn’t melt and stick to the skin like synthetic fabrics do.

        UV Protection

        Don’t worry about sunburn on a sunny day summiting a peak. Lightweight layers have a UPF rating of 25. Midweight and Expedition have a UPF rating of 50+.


        Merino Wool has a low environmental footprint and naturally returns to the elements. Shear a merino sheep in the morning, and in the afternoon they’re happily nibbling their way towards renewing next season’s clip. 

        Customer Reviews

        Based on 20 reviews
        Search of a lifetime

        I hunt cold weather high country every year and get colder hands and feet with age , the Merino wool glove liner and ski and snowboard socks by Minus33 finally solved the problem and restored comfort
        As for the top layer , your Yukon Expedition Wool Crew is perfect weight with comfort as if I was home instead 8500 feet at 5 degrees!

        Glad you are loving the gear and it is keeping you doing what you love! Thank you for your review.

        Nice quality for drysuit

        I bought these specifically to use with my drysuit gloves for scuba diving. I have only used 2x so far but they seem to be working well. The yellow gloves DUI sells with their dry gloves you can’t buy additional pairs, which do wear out. Only other comment is they run smaller than normal, so if you are close on Merino size chart, get next size larger.

        Glad they are working out so well for you. Feel free to send a pic along to us @ Thank you for your review.

        Perfect as a liner or outer glove

        These are super warm as a liner glove but are also remarkably warm for chilly temperatures on their own. I've used them more for mechanic work in the winter then anything else as they are warm even when wet and works great as a barrier from the cold steel.

        I wear mine solo all the time and love them. Thank you for your review.

        Good Quality Glove,…

        Good Quality Glove, Pulled The Liner Out Of A Pair Of Leather Gloves And Gonna Replace With These. For Extra Large Hands, Somebody Sure Has Skinny Fingers--Only Reason For The 4 Stars, Otherwise 5. Still Worth $20.

        Glove Base Layer

        I'm not sure what was meant by "liner," but these gloves are small and tight fitting. A larger leather, fur, or Gore-Tek glove will fit over it. Having said that, these are remarkably versatile and comfortable. Your best use will be with trekking poles to prevent hand chafe or for putting up your shelter in the cold. I tried using with the Deuce, and the gloves weren't quite thick enough for digging. Very comfortable to wear outside in places that don't get below 25°F. When used as a base layer for a thicker glove, will keep your fingers from frostbite to at least -10°F.