Best Touch Screen-Friendly Gloves

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Staying warm through winter is key, but for tech junkies, keeping connected to your favorite devices can be even more important. While texting addicts once had to remove their gloves or opt for fingerless gloves and face the season's bitter chill just to send a message, some phones, such as the Galaxy S7 Edge, allow you to text through cloth. However, if your phone doesn't have this feature, there are now a plethora of winter gloves that let you to tap and swipe away as usual on your touchscreen. Whether you're a winter sports lover or you're seeking the finest in snow-season fashion, check out our breakdown of the best tech-friendly gloves.

Glider Gloves Urban Style

Elegantly styled for both men and women in muted grays, the Glider Gloves Urban Style feature 10-finger functionality for touch screens. They're made with a blend of copper, nylon, spandex and acrylic. Plus, you won't have to worry about your phone falling from your cozily warm hands, thanks to the anti-slip grip on the palms.

Timberland Men's Fleece Windproof Glove

Classic looking, lightweight and available in four colors and four sizes, the Timberland Men's Fleece Touchscreen Gloves sell for $22. On the index finger and thumb sit special pads that make sure your finger makes the necessary connection with your smartphone's display. Plus, the fleece material will keep you warm even in the dead of winter. 

Warmen Women's Winter Texting Touch Screen Driving Gloves

Touch-screen friendly gloves for women don't need to look childish or frumpy, and these stylish, fleece-lined leather gloves are proof. They're made of soft Italian leather that may feel a bit snug at first, but conform to the shape of your hands for a comfortable fit over time. Plus, the criss-cross "bow" at the wrist makes the gloves feminine without being too cutesy.

N'Ice Caps Magic Stretch Gloves For Kids

Kids with smartphones need touch screen gloves too, and these stretchy gripper gloves could be just the right fit for textaholics aged aged 6 to 14. And not to worry if a glove gets lost. You'll get two pairs per pack at an affordable price.

Zensah Smart Running Gloves

While there are plenty of gloves that let your warm finger taps reach your touch screen, Zensah's Smart Running Gloves are built with tech-savvy athletes in mind. These black gloves have reflective white stripes on the outer fingers for staying visible in the dark, as well as a shiny, sleek fabric across the thumb, pointer and middle fingertips for easy touch-screen usage. The gloves are made out of Zensah's four-way stretch material and feature an anti-moisture suede thumb for wiping away sweat after an intense session of texting while running.

Agloves Gripper

These 10-finger touch gloves don't just let you text and use your smartphone outside in the cold. Their gripper dots help ensure that your slick new iPhone 7 doesn't slip out of your hands and shatter. Real silver was integrated into the gloves for maximum warmth and high conductivity. A snug cuff keeps the wind out, while the ergonomic design has a unisex fit.

Fownes TouchPoint Men’s Leather Gloves

These sleek gloves allow you to tap your phone or tablet without freezing your fingers off. The TouchPoint's elastic wrists create a seal to block out cold air, while giving you the perfect fit. Though they are not made for wet weather conditions, the gloves are perfect for urban travelers and commuters who need a little protection and don't want to break the bank. They're also available in women's sizes.

Ralph Lauren Black Leather & Wool Touch Gloves

If you’re a fan of Ralph Lauren, you’ll love these gloves. With thumb and index fingertips designed specifically for touch-screen use, these Touch Gloves are made with genuine leather and fabric that's a blend of wool and nylon for warmth and comfort. A slit near the outer wrist allows for easy movement, making them some of the most comfortable leather gloves out there.

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  • Wanda Says:

    Hi I live in Phoenix Arizona and is there a store I can buy any of these gloves at?

  • Michael B. Says:

    None of these gloves are winter gloves... I am disappointed in your pics, as none of these gloves would do anything for a real winter - much less for high-wind situations like skiing. Moreover, they all look like they would soak up water if used to handle snow. No leather options, no deerskin options, no work-glove options and no ski-glove options. These might work in early fall or late spring, but I'm upset that you labeled this page "Capacitive Winter Gloves."

  • Jane Says:

    Michael, I just contacted NewTech at their customer service line, 815-308-7001. Customer service rep Eric told me the gloves were $9 back in October when you wrote your review, but they are now selling for $12.50 a pair. I wanted to buy 4 pair at $9, but all he would offer me was free ground shipping at $12.50 a pair. Please update your review to reflect current pricing. And I'll keep looking for tech gloves.

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