Pick up a pair of these touchscreen-compatible gloves and put your tech to work even in the cold. These gloves will keep your hands warm and let you use your touchscreen devices at the same time.
North Face ETIP Gloves
Even popular glove purveyors like North Face are getting into the touchscreen glove game. These Etip Gloves ($40.00 | More Info) from North Face are a little flashy but highly functional.
Handmade Texting Gloves and Mittens
The shopping site Etsy specializes in selling handmade and vintage items. It offers more than 10 pages of texting or fingerless gloves and mittens. Some of the patterns (available in men’s and women’s sizes) let you decorate your knuckles with hip phrases.
If you want to avoid frostbitten thumbs and index fingers, but you prefer to take a low-tech approach, try these Freehands Fleece Gloves with finger flaps ($19.95 | More Info).
Great for cold-weather use in locales that have relatively temperate climates, these Tavo Gloves ($29.95 | More Info) can also serve as liners for even heavier-duty gloves.
Etre Touchy Gloves
Not every pair of gloves needs to incorporate an expensive high-tech solution to the touchscreen problem. Etre Touchy’s gloves (£19.99 | More Info) leave the final joint of your thumb and forefinger unclothed for direct contact with your screen.
Leather TouchTec Gloves
Is it the second zipper, the Zwarovsky crystals, or the nano Touchtec material that makes these gloves ($485 | More Info) the most expensive on the market?
Power Stretch 5 Finger Liner
They may look as though someone reclaimed them from a bad Spider-man halloween costume, these Power Stretch 5 Finger Liner gloves ($24 | More Info) have conductive fabric on all five fingertips, which makes them useful for tablets as well as for phones.
Echo Touch Gloves
Many of these gloves presented in this slideshow are heavy-duty items for times when you need to, say, use your Droid or iPhone while hiking up a mountain. But Echo’s Basic Touch Gloves ($30 | More Info) are somewhat more-fashionable models for the ladies.
9 replies on “Gloves For Your Touch Screen Phones or Tablets”
Haa ah.. awesome collection of gloves. I like the first one. I can use it while riding bike. 🙂 LoL
Ohh dude, all these gloves look pretty awesome to me.. I especially loved the one which has the Index finger left out.. It may be useful for people who want to use touch screen tablets or other devices..
These all hand gloves looks so nice. but actually do we really need this hand glove for our touch screen phone? Hah.. this is funny
so interesting ,every glove have its function
Haha… It is amazing to see how one technology alone can change the way we live. Now special gloves for touch scree. lolz
Initially, i like free hand gloves very much because it looks beautiful as compared to all gloves. It’s really superb. Thank you so much for given up here 🙂
Yes, it’s very convenient, i bought the Gloves from here:http://www.casesinthebox.com/ghost-hand-pattern-universal-touch-gloves-in-winter-for-tablet-pc-and-touch-screen-phone-red_p5354.html
it’s so cool…
the touch screen golves from sun-chi are lovely and amazing!
My husband is a graphic designer and comic book artist. He has used the Ipad, samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1,Acer tablet,Nexus 7in tab and now is with the Samsung Ative smart pc Tab. The handglider, did not work for palm rejection at all.We tried this product and it felt very awkward as well on our hands. Unfcomfortable and not adjustable to our hands. we ordered a small and it ran HUGE. It looked like something I cae not describe on this website. We made our own glove and t works great. after daily usage for the past 5 days it still works and looks great. The palm rejection is on point and we made it adjustable to fit any hand. it does not move on your hand, the fabric is breathable and it looks very modern. you can check it out on youtube at:
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