Primaloft/Merino Liner with touch Photography Glove

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    This UNISEX Primaloft/Merino liner enables the use of the flip tech whilst leaving nothing exposed and still able to swipe your phone or touch the LCD screen on your camera.

    Add the extra layer for warmth, or use by itself on a mild winters day.

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Gloves for Every Winter Condition

Customer Reviews

Based on 70 reviews
Great idea, but weak fabric

After first wearing them just for 15 min, appeared gaps between middle and ring fingers on both hands. Second attempt was to use them as liners with Markhof Pro 2.0 and they teared on big fingers both hands just from usage once. It was quite strange, point fingers in Markhof have tightly holes for fingers, but thumbs have fluently holes. I repaired them and tried to use with city leather gloves, but after several more wearing appeared one more hole on middle finger. It's pity, gloves were so nice at first look, but not affordable for real life.
Gloves "suitable" for temperatures about +10C (maybe +5+6C without any wind) or as liners for another gloves. Touch inserts quite good in comparison with touristic gloves, which I tried, but in real life we tap not by center of finger and this causes some difficulties. Almost not possible to type text from screen keyboard, but possible to slowly find contact or open app.

Simone Petulla
Seams not perfect

The liner feels good on the skin and very cmpfortable, the touch bits are very sensitive, it feels like using bare hands. It came with few stitches missing on the seams, so a bit of a let down.

Hi Simone!
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Hannu Tenhunen
ok liner

Touch works well on camera screen so that is a plus.
Not nearly as warm as I was hoping. Wind gets through very easily.

Karen Dodds
Perfect fit, snug and warm

The title says it all! I purchased the extra small primaloft/merino liner to fit inside the same sized Ipsoot gloves and there are just right! Highly recommend!

Mary Auckland
Vallerret Markof 2 and liner

I was very hopeful when I received a pair of Markhof Pro 2.0 gloves as a Christmas present. I had read a review saying how good they were for a Raynaud’s sufferer. I have Raynaud’s and am a photographer. With Raynaud’s you lose feeling in the fingers. So I find I can’t operate camera controls.

I had looked carefully at the advice on the Vallerret website regarding temperature. The claimed rating was -10 C (that’s minus 10 C). And where I am in Southern England, it very rarely gets colder than around 3 C and that’s only at night; nothing like Norwegian temperatures. (Although I notice temperature has been withdrawn from the Vallerret online advice now – possibly because the claims could not be substantiated?). So I thought the Markhof would be fine for everyday winter wear. It has got cold recently, so it was an opportunity to wear the gloves, but my fingers didn’t last ten minutes, when only popping briefly to my local shop. (photo wouldn't load) No fingers exposed. On the day I question it was around 5 C. (Also the gloves were not comfortable, the seams tended to scratch, particularly inside my wrist, but I thought this might wear down in time).

I believed the Markhof with the Primaloft/Merino Liner would be good for colder weather, as it would give extra warmth and when opening the forefinger and thumb, the liner would help me retain the warmth until I could re-close the tips. So I purchased the liner. The liners are touch screen sensitive for camera and phone too. I also warmed the liners and gloves before going out. So I went out, full of hope, with my camera. But two problems
1. The liner gets stuck in the opening when trying to close the tips, however much wriggling I tried. I would have to remove the Markoff glove to remedy this, which defeats the object of the exercise!! (photo wouldn't load here)

2. The gloves, even with liner, do not deliver– my fingers still froze.

So for all the hype and the price, these gloves do not deliver.