Winter is here! Temperatures are steadily dropping, and soon gloves will be a must. Unfortunately, smartphones and gloves don’t always play nice. While some modern phones have “glove modes”, the experience tends to be less than ideal. The best option, of course, is to simply get a pair of touchscreen gloves.
Touchscreen gloves come in a variety of sizes, shapes, styles, and thicknesses. However, with so many options available, it’s kind of hard to decide which ones to get at times. That’s why we have compiled a list of what we feel are some of the very best touchscreen gloves currently available on the market that will work with your smartphone and keep you warm at the same time.
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The best mix of warm and functional: Moshi Digits
When it comes to touchscreen gloves, you often have to pick between staying warm and actually having decent touchscreen sensitivity. Moshi Digits provide the best of both worlds. The Moshi Digits work well in all but the most extreme colder climates, thanks to a special conductive fiber that enables accurate touch response, paired with a microfleece inner lining for extra comfort and warmth. The gloves also feature a raised pattern on the palms and fingers that make them extra grippy. This is important as many gloves actually make handling a phone with one hand nearly impossible due to fear of slippage.
Moshi gloves will set you back just $30. One downside? Due to high demand, Moshi is currently out of all but the small size of the glove, so if you have bigger hands — you’ll need to pick another option.
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For those that prefer thin: Agloves Sport
The Agloves have an award winning, patent-pending design and are made from acrylic (68 percent), metal fiber (15 percent), spandex (12 percent), and rubber (5 percent). The gloves provide ten-finger functionality, which basically means that you can tap on the screen of your smartphone with the finger of your choice. As they are primarily made from acrylic, they are breathable and help draw moisture away from your hands. The gloves contain real silver and must be washed by hand.
As you can see in the photo, they aren’t as thick as some of the other options on the list, making them better suited for the fall season, or for those that live in climates that don’t don’t transform into a frozen tundra half-way through the winter months. They are also pretty cheap, at around $8.
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Best for extreme winter temps: FURST Storm Touchscreen Winter Ski Gloves
The FURST Storm Touchscreen gloves are designed for those who will be hitting the slopes or really putting themselves in any situation where temperatures are going to be ultra cold. The gloves are made of a breathable waterproof material and has reverse velcro wrist straps for secure fit.
FURST Storm gloves are constructed of 100g of 3M super-efficient thinsulate insulation. Bottom-line, they’ll keep your hands warm but without making them feel too sweaty or uncomfortable. Another notable feature of the FURST gloves are the zippered pockets on the backs of the hands that can hold keys, cards, cash, or whatever have you.
While the gloves are branded as “mens”, they come in sizes small all the way through xtra large, making them suitable for just about anyone.
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Best for runners: Head Sport running gloves
If you like to run during colder months and normally bring your smartphone along for music, GPS tracking, and so on, the Head Sport gloves just might be for you. You’ll be able to tap on a touchscreen with either your thumb or the index finger. The touchscreen gloves offer a secure grip thanks to the Silicone Palm Design, which will make sure your device won’t slip out of your hand easily.
They have extended cuffs, come in the Black or Heather color option, and are available in four different sizes — XS, S, L, and XL. Head’s gloves have a very sporty design and will go great with your running gear. However, if you’re dressed a bit more stylish, you’ll probably want to leave them at home and opt for one of the more elegant-looking pair of gloves.
So, there you have it. These are the best gloves that work with touchscreens we think you can get on the market right now. They all basically do the same thing but each one has a different design, so we’re sure you’ll be able to find a pair that you like. Which pair of touchscreen gloves listed above is the one you would consider getting? Let us know in the comment section below.
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