The UnderWARE glove liners are worn inside your normal off-road/MX gloves and snugly adhere to the rider's hands. The UnderWARE liners take the beating your palms and lower fingers usually endure from the inside of your riding gloves. The Kevlar fibers of the UnderWARE liners absorb the friction between glove and hand that would otherwise cause blisters. The liners take the chaffing and rubbing that hands normally endure while you ride through the gnarliest of whoops or crank down a wooded trail. The end result in no more blisters! The Dupont Kevlar material is machine washable right along with all the rest of your riding gear for easy maintenance.
Full coverage, thin glove liner.
Designed for offroad use.
PC Racing Underware Original Glove Liners Reviews
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I suffer badly with blisters and tried these gloves specifically for that reason on a 3 day single track trip in CO. Normally I tape my hands like crazy, but just tried these gloves under my regular gloves with no taping. Fit was Ok although not really snug, but my hands blistered as normal. I know other people have had success with these gloves, but they didn't work for me.
Originally bought a pair of risk palm savers, which overall didn’t help with blisters at all. The UnderWare glove is 100% a WAY better choice. I wear a large glove (comfortably) and these were just a little to long in the fingers, but fit great everywhere else! If you have a problem with blister like myself, I’d highly suggest trying these liners out!
Been struggling with blisters over the last few years, been taping, trying different grips, nothing seemed to work. Had 3 hare scramble races in consecutive weekends and by the 2nd race my hands were pretty trashed with blisters. I got these right before the 3 race and they were magic... no new blisters and they even protected the existing blisters that were still healing.. Highly recommend. won't race without them going foreword...
Gloves fit the fingers nicely, but are a bit “baggy” on the palms. I wear medium in pretty much every type of glove and I bought medium Underware gloves. However, they do the job! No blisters. First time I’ve ever raced a hare scramble without getting blisters.
I just bought these and wore them for the first time today. I was skeptical of the claims of what they had to offer, but at least for me, they did what they were supposed to do. I do a lot of trail riding and dualsport, so I spend 3-4 hours or more hanging onto the handlebars during a ride. No matter what brand gloves I try, my hands always seem to get chafed and blistered. Today my hands looked and felt really good at the end of my ride. Not sure how well the liners will hold up, but I definitely like them and will continue to wear them on every ride day.
Not the longest lasting or strictly best. But they keep hands Dry in the summer, and warm in the winter. They also minimize vibration from the engine. Get your gloves that go over these one size larger so everything fits.
I get blisters from the track all the time (guess I do not ride often enough). I have used a few pairs of these over the years and I consider them mandatory. I still tape my hands AND use these, but if not I get a couple sessions in before I get a blister, it pops, gets sweaty in there, and then it sucks to shower for a couple days. If you get blisters, try these (but helps to try your gloves with them, maybe need a different size to fit)
I have used Underware gloves for years while racing the enduro series and loved them. I hadn't purchased any for a while as I bought a bunch of pairs back in 08. I used my last pair this summer and the difference between the new ones and old is amazing. Then new ones are much thinner and basically fell apart with holes in them after a 60 mile ride one day. I don't recommend them any more for sure.
No matter what I do to condition my hands, I ultimately end up with blisters if I race hard enough and long enough - especially on rough tracks. I have used these gloves for years and unless the track is especially rough, then these gloves almost always prevent blisters. Yes, they do add another layer and if you aren't accustomed to them, then on hot days you might think that another layer is too much, but if you ride with them regularly (as I do) then you will eventually not even notice them. For my hands they fit true to size. I wear a large pair underneath of my primary large gloves. I have tried going to a medium thinking it might "save space" inside my glove, but they fit a little tighter and I don't like the feel, so I run the same size as my main glove.
I have used the underware gloves for about 10 years and they do help prevent blisters on your hands. During a 2 hour harescramble it is difficult not to get some hand pain but this does help relieve some of the pain. You may prefer a size larger riding glove.