The Best Touchscreen Gloves
Feb 2014 09

Embrace the frigid temps and Peacock your frozen digits with Touchscreen Gloves – functionality meets style. It’s easy to keep Jack Frost off your frozen fingers with the right tools for the job; your gloves are the one item that stops your fingers from using your smartphone, so help them out with the right equipment. Always go with a snug fit to ensure proper performance.

Our top selections are below – some are for daily use, others are set up for the deep freeze, ALL of them excel at keeping you connected AND warm. See The Peacock Best Touchscreen Gloves Review.

The breakdown;

  • Glider Gloves Winter Style: Perfect for the Peacockin’ around town, not bulky and have a snug fit. Excellent for gripping your precious smartphone and only requires a light touch similar to your finger. Also available in thinner ‘Glider Urban Style’. Multiple colors available.
  • Isotoner Smart Touch: Slim design and fleece lined interior mean your mitts will stay warm and comfy in cold conditions and still be able to have complete control of your touchscreen. The fingertips contain conductive threads to enable excellent touchscreen activation. Wide selection of colors.
  • Mujjo Crochet Gloves: The ultimate in style and functionality for the sophisticated professional. They’re as advanced as they look, featuring nanotechnology conductive threads which are interwoven within the glove fibers to transmit the electrical signals from your skin to the touchscreen. Insides are lined with cashmere for total warmth and complete control. Unmatched style combined with tech superiority.

Start Peacocking your Touchscreen Gloves priced $20 to $200

  • North Face Etip Denali: A more insulated glove than the others so control will not be as precise, but very effective in cold conditions. Also comes with elasticized wrists to keep the heat in. Super grippy polyurethane fingertips for extra control. Multiple colors available.
  • Outdoor Research Ambit Gloves: Thick heavy duty insulation for skiing or snowboarding in the pow pow. Work well even when soaked on the outside, the inside will remain dry. Not for everyday use but great for the slopes. Texting, looking at maps, using all of the apps, and taking pictures are still no problem even with the added insulation. Multiple colors available.
  • Celtek Illuminate Heated Touchscreen Gloves: Perfect for the most extreme conditions. Featuring 3 stage heating system powered by high performance Lithium Ion batteries. The OutDry insert system will keep your hands dry in a rainstorm or snowstorm. Trip to the North Pole anyone?

Glider Gloves Winter

Outdoor Research Gloves

Chris Grenier rocks Celtek Gloves