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glove liners

rawlyrawly Posts: 476 Solid Baller
edited July 2010 in News & Other Stuff
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Who sells the thin glove liners?What brand are they?I've tried the thicker liners,and lose the feel of my handle.Do the thinner ones help with the blisters,and do you still have good grip on the handle?I don't know the thickness of the ones I tried,but I was told that there are thin liners out there somewhere.Thanks in advance.    Steve
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Comments

  • bmiller3536bmiller3536 Posts: 298 Baller
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    I get my glove liners from Grainger, they are like $3 a pair. I ski 5 days a week (at least) and my hands are basically blister free. I go through 3-4 pair a year
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    Brad Miller
  • A_BA_B Posts: 4,181 Mega Baller
    Can't beat that. I do the same.
  • 94009400 Posts: 616 Crazy Baller
    edited July 2010
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    I used to use liners, but hated putting them on and the feel thing, so I went to a 1.125 dia handle and the tightest fitting gloves i could get. I also keep my callouses filed down. I ski an average of 6 sets a week in 95+ water and I've had 1 very minor blister all year.
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  • bajabaja Posts: 249 Baller
    Grainger for me as well... essentially the same Kevlar liners for 3 bucks as the ski shops sell for $15. I expect they all come from the same factory and someone silk screens the logo of a butt on the ski shop version. Buy a half dozen at Grainger as spares and to give away to friends who can then ski more and will subsequently need to buy a new ski from a ski shop.
  • Chef23Chef23 Posts: 5,972 Mega Baller
    I went to the Masterline Pro-locks and don't need the liners anymore. I tried the liners under the Pro-locks and didn't like them.

    I did use the Grainger's also. You don't need to pay $15 for them though. Grainger's work great.
    Mark Shaffer
  • skibugskibug Posts: 2,043
    Ditto on Grainger for the kevlar liners.  I used to use them; but, I have now moved on to the palm savers which seem to work better than the liners, at least for me.  Also, went up in handle diameter from the .94 to the 1.062 and that has helped as well.
    Bob Grizzi
  • Than_BoganThan_Bogan Posts: 6,523 Mega Baller
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    A few years back my inlaws got me some Underware <em>Ultras</em> from a race shop.  At least for me (and admittedly I ski in pretty cold water compared to most on this list), these last more than a full season -- at least 3 times as long as the "regular" Underware.
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    Not sure if they are actually a good value, though, if you can get the regular ones for just $3!  Less kevlar in the garbage I guess, for those ubergreens out there.
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    Nathaniel Bogan -- GUT Padawan
  • rawlyrawly Posts: 476 Solid Baller
    Thanks guys,  I went by Grainger and picked up a few sets of the thin kevlar liners(Dupont) for $4 ea.
  • vtjcvtjc Posts: 246 Baller
    Any part number suggestions for grainger liners?
  • buskibuski Posts: 114 Baller
  • Razorskier1Razorskier1 Posts: 3,425 Mega Baller
    Might have to try the grainger liners. I bought a bunch from another site for $2/each, but they were not as tightly knit as the ski shop liners and they didn't protect my hands as well or hold up very long.
    Jim Ross
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