Smartwool Gloves, A Comparison Review

In this Smartwool Gloves analysis, I believe you will find a glove that will fit in almost any situation or weather condition. All of these gloves use the brilliant Smartwool Merino wool as a main fibre in their construction, providing you with non-itchy comfort, odour control, warmth when wet, and overall good looks.Learn more about us at Sparing gloves

Liner Gloves and Lightweight Gloves are suitable for all-year use.

In the four season range, Smartwool has a few good options. These liner gloves are light and thin, providing some comfort on cold morning walks, trips, or errands. They are ideal for layering under thicker gloves in the winter.

Smartwool Liner Gloves have touch screen features on both the thumb and index finger of each hand for quick access to your phone or the grocery store’s touch screen payment system. They are comfortable, slim, and not form fitting but not bulky. If you want a tighter fit, order a size smaller. They are built as liners, so there are no wind or water barriers.

The Smartwool Sopris Liner Gloves are microweight liners with an extended wrist for added coverage. They’re strengthened at the thumb and index finger for extra strength. They lack touch screen capabilities but will work imperfectly due to their thin design.

The Smartwool PhD HyFi Training Gloves are a thin training glove. They have a touch screen and grippy material on the finger tips and palms, making them ideal for cyclists. The fit appears to be on the wide side, with the fingers in particular being a little long. This is a thin glove that is ideal for use in cool to moderately cold temperatures; but, if you get cold quickly, you can turn to a thicker glove as the seasons change. Since the fit is snug, you should probably wear these with a thicker mitten or glove in the winter.