Finally! A glove liner that fits like a liner should. Not too thick but perfect for that added warmth when you want to wear something with your other gloves. I used mine with a pair of insulated motorcycle gloves while riding and they did great! Fit well and insulated without too much bulk. Yeah Arcteryx!!
I wanted a glove that I could use as a liner to a bigger glove but also work decent on its own while being warm and quick drying. I'm using it mostly for operating camera controls in cold weather. They are light, thin and soft. They are moderately warm but less warm then wool gloves but wool gloves wear out at the fingertips which shouldn't happen with these. They extend down a fair amount on the wrist so they are easy to tuck into a long sleeve top. They don't have lots of friction so they easily slide into and out of a bigger glove. So they won't be as warm or dry as quick as wool but they also won't wear out as fast and they take up no space and fold into into almost nothing for easy transport. They have big obtrusive tags on the inside that need to be cut out.
So it's actually kinda creepy how much warmth these add. When at rest the gloves provide a, well, creepy amount of warmth. Any wind or movement takes away any warmth as they are not wind resistant, but they're not meant to be. They fit under my Marmot and Arc'teryx gloves with ease when I need an additional bit of chill-fighting awesomeness. Tags are wierd though, they could've thought that bit through...
I brought this one for taking photo using my camera. In the winter or in the cold areas, it is very hard to control the camera using naked hand, but most of the gloves are too thick to the little control buttons in the camera. But this one is one of the best for me. I used it for a while in Alaska, very comfortable and good for the control, highly recommend.
I use these gloves as a liner while skiing and snowboarding and they are the perfect glove for me. Extremely comfortable (other than the annoying tag) and insulates underneath my other gloves, these gloves keep my hands warm when I need the dexterity to unbuckle my backpack (the Esteban) even in the coldest of temperatures. These gloves, in my experience, are the best inner liner gloves that is on the market.
As mentioned, these are a great liner glove but are not really wind resistant. I use these as a stand alone for xc-skiing and running and my hands don't get sweaty, they serve their purpose quite well. I have used for liners in other gloves and they work great to add some extra warmth when necessary