Liner gloves are nice when worn alone on short errand rides during the cooler Spring and Autumn times. For longer rides, they work well underneath your short-finger padded cycling gloves. For winter riding, I wear them as a base layer under my heavyweight insulated winter gloves.
First, many years ago, I got the DeFeet Wool DuraGloves:
I wanted something that was touch-screen-compatible, so I wouldn't have to suffer cold fingers every time I stopped for the ever-popular smartphone bike selfie. So, I switched to the SmartWool Liner Glove:
To what did my wondering eyes appear in the store recently, but a new item that combines the best of both worlds. The Giro Knit Merino Wool Gloves give you touch-screen-compatibility, grippy dots on the palms and fingers, with a choice of two hot color schemes:
|Giro Merino Wool Gloves in Gray/Black with Wild Lime grippers|
|Giro Merino Wool Gloves in Gray/Wild Lime with Black grippers|