Gray Camo Wickers Glove Liners


Lacrosse and hockey's first moisture-wicking glove liners.

  • Stay warm in the winter

  • Keep your hands and gloves smelling good

  • Protect yourself from viruses, infections, and bacteria

  • Extend the life of your gloves

  • Maintain feel of your stick

Ditch the latex and stay warm with Wickers. We want players to be able to play the game they love, without the risks associated with bacteria and virus accumulation. Wickers are glove liners, made from a spandex-polyester blend. They are designed to absorb sweat and intended to be washed between uses to avoid the accumulation of harmful germs.


Made for athletes

  • Do they work?

    The reason we've grown so quickly is simple: the gloves work. Wickers work to keep your hands warm in the winter, smelling good, and protected from infections.

  • Are there other Colors?

    Check out our full collection of glove liners here.

  • What size is right?

    Wickers come in small, medium, and large. Check out the detailed sizing chart within our full collection of frequently asked questions.

Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
Great solution for cold hands

We just purchased these for our 10 year old son (size small) and he has worn them once so far. They worked well to keep his hands warm, and he loves the camo print. These should last for awhile as they have some stretch and should fit his hands as he grows. Thanks for providing a solution to cold hands without sacrificing mobility!

Jason Adams
My son loves them

My son loves them… playing in cold weather I want to give him an advantage


The product itself seems good, shipping out out to Canada too almost 3 weeks - also they ship FedEx so Canadians should be prepared for FedEx brokerage fees and duties/taxes which came to $60 for two sets of gloves (almost the price of my order, actually if you include the $14.99 shipping charge the shipment alone cost more than the gloves - for that reason alone we will not be purchasing again)

Jono Krull

I wasn’t sure if these would help my son during the NE’s cold and wet practices this spring. He has raved that he can feel his fingers and hasn’t complained about cold hands once! Also they help keep him from getting blisters at some of his advanced practices.

Sheri Brown

Both my boys playfield lacross they’ve been able to wear them in the cold Canadian weather here and love them