As far as warmth, Redhead Liner Gloves provide relief against moderate temperature drops and are a good companion when faced a with a wide range of temperatures. I usually wear these gloves exclusively until around 40 degrees. Then I switch up and use RedHead Liner Gloves as a base to my heavier cold weather gloves. Another combination is to use the liner gloves along with a handwarmer muff. Last year, during rifle season, I used only RedHead Liner Gloves and a handwarmer muff as it provided a more versatile option.
RedHead Liner Gloves extend well past my wrist insuring there isn’t a gap between my shirt or coat sleeve. Additional features are the touchscreen compatible thumb and forefinger.
Lastly, I have only been able to find these gloves under the men’s section. I have about average size hands and wear a medium. RedHead Liner Gloves available in Black, Mossy Oak Break-Up Country, Realtree Xtra, TrueTimber HTC, and TrueTimber Kanati.
I am disappointed to report that while using the Head Digital Sport running gloves on a winter , they split at the seam on two fingers (index and middle fingers). Each split was about 3/4" long and appeared to be caused by the thread breaking and then unraveling. The gloves were still warm and worked great with my iPhone. Luckily Costco has a great return policy and I was able to exchange them for another pair. The customer service representative at Costco mentioned she had seen several of these gloves returned for the same reason. I am hoping the new pair will be more durable even though I didn't subject the original pair to anything more than gripping trekking poles. If they also come apart, I'll likely try sewing them back together myself as the actual glove material seems very durable. I believe the manufacture simply used a weak thread on the seams. It's unfortunate since I had a similar problem on a thinner model of Head liner gloves that were sold at Costco last year.