Warmest Glove Liners in Dry Gloves?

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DevilEyeDog

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What keeps your hands the warmest in your dry gloves?
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I'm wondering this as well. I love merino wool but other than that
 

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I like the Fourth Element fleece liners.
 

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I like the Fourth Element fleece liners.
Yepper. I have done 50 minute dives in Waters in the low 50's with just the 4th element liners (My dry gloves weren't locking properly so I left them on the boat)

The liners are a PITA to dry in a hotel room !
 

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Yepper. I have done 50 minute dives in Waters in the low 50's with just the 4th element liners (My dry gloves weren't locking properly so I left them on the boat)

The liners are a PITA to dry in a hotel room !

I've done 30-40 min dives in 41F water with them under my dry gloves.
 
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