i do NOT want knitted gloves because i sleep in them; are these glove (liners) knitted? i want to replace a pair of liners and i don't know how to find some? i would like not-knitted; and no tight wrist. i think the gloves i had were liners and they slipped on well, didn't slip off and kept my hands warm at night without being too hot.the wrist aren't tight at all i need gloves to sleep in and i know white cotton medical gloves but, really, black seems preferable.if they're ones i want more than one pair.
RICHARD J F Richard F. answers: I have several pairs,but have not tried them for sleeping in. They are knitted, but they do slip on easily as the wrist is not real tight and they stretch. This is a light glove compared to the normal knitted wool gloves I have experienced. They do add warmth. I think you would have to try a pair. They are well made and a quality product.
JUDITH S I think these gloves are knitted, but they are very smooth, fine-textured and soft, comparable in weight to, for example, cotton gloves used by photographers handling negatives. Not snug at wrists, either.
JOHN P Best liners I've ever purchased Merino wool is a great material wrists are not tight give them a try