How hard to get back on when wet/sweaty?
Some of my gloves once they get sweaty or wet are almost impossible to get back on quickly or 'cleanly' because of their inner liners.
What are these like in that regard? Anyone have enough experience with them to say?
Like any glove with a liner, it's going to be a little tough to get back on with damp, wet or clammy hands. I find that the best solution is to take them off under cover if at all possible when it's raining, to keep my hands as dry as possible and also prevent any water from rolling in to the liner itself. Another trick is to pinch the tips of the fingers when taking them off, being sure to get both the exterior shell of the glove as well as the liner - this will help keep the liner from pulling away from the shell and bunching up, which is usually what makes getting them back on so difficult.
1 year, 3 months ago