Best Touchscreen Gloves for Winter iMore 2019

Winter is coming...eventually, and that means that using your phone outside is uncomfortable and makes for frigid digits. That is, unless you have some awesome touchscreen gloves that let you use your phone with toasty phalanges. Not all gloves of this nature work very well, so here are the best of the best to keep you texting even when Jack Frost is nipping at your butt.

Top pick: Mujjo Touchscreen Gloves

Staff Favorite

Mujjo's latest version of their popular touch capacitive gloves. Made using a very tight, stretchy knit they protect your hands in extreme cold conditions and are built for wind resistance. Silicone grips are strategically laid out across the palms to ensure your and you can use any fingertip, knuckle, and even the palm or heel of your hand.

$50 at Amazon

Budget pick: Agloves unisex touchscreen gloves

These acrylic gloves have ten-finger functionality, meaning you can use any finger to use your phone. They come in black, red, brown, navy, or white and in a few different sizes.These aren't the thickest gloves around and probably won't do the trick when temps drop below zero, but should do for the early winter/milder places.

$7 at Amazon

True winter brand: The North Face Denali Etip

With several iMore staff in Canada, we can attest to The North Face's quality. The Etips are a little on the bulky side for touchscreen gloves, so movement is somewhat difficult, but they work exceptionally well, even in colder weather. They come in men's and women's styles, so there's one for everybody.

$20 and up at Amazon

Best value: Moshi Digits

Moshi's gloves are nice, thick, and woolly, making them perfect for places where the winter game is strong. Digits work well while keeping your hands toasty, and their raised rubber lines and dots provide such good grip that you can use your phone one-handed.

$30 at Amazon

Luxury for less: Elma Italian leather driving gloves

If you love the look and feel of leather, but don't want to spend a fortune, these are the absolute best gloves for you. These genuine Nappa leather gloves give you full touchscreen control, while keep your hands toasty thanks to fleece lining (or cashmere if you prefer).

$23 and up at Amazon

Thinnest pick: GliderGloves

If you live somewhere where winter isn't too cold, then the thinner GliderGloves may be your best option. There are three colors to choose from, and the entire glove is woven with copper, so you can use any finger to control your phone. There's also anti-slip material sewn into the palms to can keep a solid grip on your phone at all times.

$11 at Amazon

Warm 'n' woolly: Achiou touchscreen gloves

These wool-lined knitted gloves have that quintessential winter look, and they're available in five colors, including a unique rose pink. Just index fingers, middle fingers, and thumbs are conductive, and they have non-slip material woven into the palm. The extended cuff helps keep your wrists warm and snow out of your sleeves.

From $7 at Amazon

For the ladies: Tomily Womens Touch Screen Gloves

These gloves feature a fleece lining that is soft and comfortable, and there are three decorative buttons on the wrist to give it an elegant touch. There are capacitive touch pads on each fingertip, so you can freely use your phone. They tend to run small though, so you may need to order a size up to get a good fit. The gloves are also very flexible.

$10 at Amazon

Feminine and classy: Isotoner Women's Spandex Stretch Gloves

These gloves from Isotoner are made of spandex and leather with a cute chevron design on the back and leather palms to provide extra grip. The design is elegant and professional while giving you the protection you want. It's also water-repellent against rain and snow, and the lightweight materials. The capacitive touch capabilities are woven into the entire glove, and they claim to be incredibly accurate on touch screens.

$20 and up at Amazon

Soft like velvet: Redess Winter Warm Touch Screen Gloves

These simple gloves from Redess are made from a soft and plush poly-spun velour material that will keep your hands warm while giving you the freedom to move and flex. The gloves are lightweight and super comfortable to wear. The capacitive touch pads are on the index finger, and there are a few decorative options on the wrist to give you a bit of flair.

$7 at Amazon

Stay warm: Knolee Women's Screen Gloves

These gloves from Knolee are made of a thicker polyester material to help you stay warm, even in the coldest climates. The inside is lined with a plush material that's soft, so you'll never have to worry about cold hands again. The fingertips have a woven material that allows them to work with touch screens. Plus, the cuff with the three buttons looks professional and chic.

$10 at Amazon

Double the fun: Mujjo Double Layered Touchscreen Winter Gloves

Mujjo is high quality stuff, and the Double Layered Winter Gloves are no exception. With these, you get two layers of silver-coated nylon fibers, so the touch screen capabilities work all over, not just on the fingertips. There's also a magnetic snap closure on the wrist making it easier to get the gloves on. It also snaps closed to reduce tension and wearing out of the fabric. There are also silicone dots on the palms to give you grip, so you never lose your phone.

$35 at Amazon

Slim yet warm: Dimore Womens Touch Screen Winter Gloves

This pair of gloves from Dimore is made of a soft fleece material with a lined interior that keeps your hands warm and safe from wind chills. The touch pads on the thumb and index fingers allow you to continue using your phone, and the gloves have a slim leather buckle on top of the wrist to give it a dressy aesthetic without being overdone.

$13 at Amazon

If you're going to be texting outside in the winter, then you might as well keep your fingers warm in the process. Our personal favorite pair are the Mujjo Touchscreen Gloves, because they're slim, lightweight, and the touch screen capabilities work all over the glove, not just the fingertips. Plus, they're great for both super cold areas and milder winters, such as in California. They're also unisex, making it a great option for both men and women.

Another great thin option are the GliderGloves, but for true warmth, nothing beats The North Face.

For fashionable options, we like the Isotoner Womens Gloves because of the mix of spandex and leather in a classic chevron design. For something more subtle, we like the Dimore Winter Gloves for women because of that slim little buckle that is elegant and not overdone.

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