There are plenty of touchscreen-supported gloves on the market, but most of them are only capacitive on the thumb and index finger, and many of them are not particularly wind-proof. Mujjo's updated Touchscreen Gloves are designed to keep your hands warm, even in freezing temperatures, and also give a complete full-hand capacitive touchscreen experience. Plus, it doesn't have those ugly differently-colored tips.
Mujjo's Touchscreen Gloves have been redesigned from the ground up with better insulation, a sleeker look, and a redesigned grip pattern so they look good while giving you extra grip support so you're less likely to accidentally drop your phone, even in the rain or snow.
The gloves feature triple-layer insulation (or "Thinsulation" as Mujjo's press release calls it), which enhances wind resistance and the inside is lined with fleece. The knit is stretchy, but "pre-curved" so it is designed to be more comfortable while fitting snugly around your wrist.
The most impressive aspect of these Touchscreen Gloves (and with all of Mujjo's line of touchscreen gloves), is that it's not just the fingertips that are touch-capacitive. It's the entire glove.
We've perfectly blended in the tech so that it complements the stealthy look of the glove, the fabric is impregnated with a highly conductive treatment before being weaved into a slim, stretchy profile to fit your hand. The glove mimics the conductive properties of the skin, making it touchscreen compatible. It works all the time, every time.
The new, more advanced Touchscreen Gloves by Mujjo cost about $47 U.S. and come in black (maybe they'll make more colors later in the season, but black is all you get for now). You can preorder today and the gloves will ship on November 26, just in time for the holidays!
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