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If you have Hestra gloves you definitely want spare liners (same size as glove). I keep them in my pack, just in case. It's always good to have spare liners in severe cold for when the ones you are using get sweaty. I found drying them very slowly by just chucking them on a floor which has under-floor heating works well. They dry overnight. They do however perform very well even when very damp, so I never actually needed to use my spares. An emergency situation could easily change all that. An injured person will need as much warmth as possible. They are very comfortable and pop in/out of the gloves with ease. The black from the glove soon leaves the new white liners very black, but who cares? Some will say it adds character. They appear very durable so should last for years. They would also perform well under a shell mitt in an emergency. Some people would recommend liner gloves, but I've used the Falt glove at minus 33 on skis no problem. If I were on a snow sled or snow mobile I would definitely use a shell mitt and maybe liners. All I can say is don't get caught without spare liners, it could be fatal.
Tony H24th April, 2019