Tour Master Polar Fleece Motorcycle Glove Liners

4.0 out of 5 4.0 (1 review)
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  • Fit perfectly underneath gloves and keep hands extra warm on those extra cold days


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Tour Master Polar Fleece Motorcycle Glove Liners

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Extending my cold tolerance


from Raleigh, NC

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  • Sizing
  • Snagless
  • Warm


  • bulky

Best Uses

  • Commuting
  • Day-tripping

Comments about Tour Master Polar Fleece Motorcycle Glove Liners:

Glove liners are like a rider's last ditch effort to ride in cold weather without making the plunge to heated gloves. I've been through several other types of glove liners, including Tourmaster's much coveted silk liners, and so far I like the Polar Fleeces (PF) the best.

I wear large in most gloves, but require XL for Alpinestar gloves as my sizing example. I bought the PFs in L/XL and they fit surprisingly ideally. The liners are good for another 10 degrees, roughly, of colder weather ability for me. So my way too expensive Alpinestar Tech Road gloves w/o liners are good to about 50 degrees, add the PF liners and I'm to around 40 degrees give or take.

The liners are thickish, so adding them to a semi-bulky Gore-Tex-lined glove like the Tech Roads is a literal squeeze. My set up is not uncomfortable though, and still allows some feel of the controls. Compared to Tourmaster's silk liners, the PFs are thicker, warmer and do not snag on Velcro (yay!). I could almost wear these liners by themselves when driving the car or when jogging on a cold morning. Also, the image shown on Bike Bandit doesn't depict the extra sewn in pads on the palms. I imagine those pads were added for more durability on the grip side of your hands.

If you don't ride in extreme, below-freezing temperatures and don't want the hassle or expense of wires, batteries, heat trollers and heated gear then the Polar Fleece liners seem like a good bet. The extra thickness is noticeable, but not a deal breaker to me.

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4.0 out of 5 4.0 (1 review)