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Touchscreen gloves contain conductive fabric that allows you to use your smartphone or other devices with a capacitive screen while keeping your fingers protected from cold weather, snow or rain.
I live in Atlanta, GA where temperatures can drop below freezing during winter. In January of 2019, we recorded 21 degrees Fahrenheit (-6 Celsius) on the coldest day.
Needless to say, I was glad I had a decent pair of gloves that didn’t get in the way of me using my phone. I owned several touch-enabled gloves in the past, but I never got genuinely excited about a pair.
For me the perfect touch screen gloves have to fulfill the following requirements:
- Keep my fingers and hands warm,
- Allow me to manipulate the screens of my iPhone and Apple Watch with ease,
- Look stylish so that I can wear them in both formal and casual settings.
All of the gloves I had owned so far, until I discovered the ones from Mujjo, looked too sporty or were too thin to prevent cold air from penetrating the fabric and reaching my fingers. Others, such as the North Face Etip gloves, are warm enough but still look too casual for my needs.