There’s nothing more frustrating than trying to use your cell phone or tablet with gloves on when your fingers can’t connect with the touchscreen. What you are forced to do next is take them off in the bitter cold to interact with your screen. By now your hands are freezing.
Many companies have attempted to make gloves that work with touchscreens. However, most don’t seem to cut it.
That’s why I am giving you a list of my top 10 pairs of gloves that are guaranteed to work with your touchscreen no matter how low the temperatures go. I rank them from 10 to my favorite earning the number 1 spot.
Of the over 300 reviews this product has on the North Face website (at the time of publishing), 78% of people say that these gloves are the way to go. They are super stylish and have a slim fit, so it’s worth considering getting a slightly larger size than you usually would. The slim fit allows them to work much better on touchscreens and is perfect for those chilly morning walks or runs!
These smartphone gloves are made of unique copper microfiber yarn that lets you enjoy fast, accurate typing on your touch screens. They’re touch-sensitive for your entire hand – not just the tips! Made of soft feel inner lining and viral-suppressing materials, these slim-fitting thermal gloves provide warmth, comfort, and total protection.
These gloves are made of 95% Polyester and 5% Spandex, with a warm flannel lining inside to keep your hands comfortable in the worst temperatures. They’re designed for men and women to be compatible with all touchscreens. They are also reversible, wrinkle-free, and waterproof, so you never have to worry about them being damaged. They’re also available in multiple colors and sizes, so you can choose the best ones that suit you, whether running, driving, cycling, working, or hiking. At the time or publishing, this product had over 32,000 global ratings with 65% giving the product 5 stars.
These women’s super-chic leather gloves will match any outfit you want. They’re made of genuine leather and have a soft lining on the inside to keep your hands nice and warm while using the touchscreen functions. These are ideal for camping, climbing, and other outdoor activities. They are available in various sizes and colors. At the time of publishing, 73% of those who bought this product gave it a 5-star rating.
The ELMA Winter men’s cashmere and fleece-lined leather gloves make them extremely comfortable and warm in those brisk winter temperatures. They have 3 touchscreen-friendly fingertips, which is more than the average 2 that most other touchscreen gloves have. They’re also reasonably priced on Amazon at $22.99 – $26.99, and at the time of publishing, 75% of customers gave them a 5-star rating.
These gloves are on the thinner side and may not be best for the coldest temperatures. However, they certainly get the job done when it comes to swiping. Both gloves have 2 touchscreen-friendly fingertips and are compatible with any smart touchscreen device for swiping and typing. They’re also super easy to care for as they are machine washable and can be laid out to dry.
These Trendoux gloves have 50% more conducive yarn added to their touchscreen fingertips than other gloves, making it that much easier to use your smart device while wearing them. They have touchscreen compatibility on the thumbs, forefingers, and middle fingers. They also have a soft inner lining to keep your hands extra warm and come in 9 different colors for men and women to choose from.
These gloves are made of 100% polyester. They have a touchscreen design and anti-slip, making it easy to use the touchscreen on your device and not worry about slipping from your hands. They are windproof and lined on the inside with thermal insulation, and they’re also completely water-resistant. If you are unsatisfied, the company will grant you a 100% money-back guarantee. Choose between men’s and women’s sizes.
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