The best touchscreen gloves
- Touchscreen-compatible gloves let you use smartphones, tablets, and other devices without sacrificing warmth during the winter.
- The North Face Etip Gloves are our top pick for both men and women because they balance warmth, comfort, and usability.
- If you're looking for sheer warmth in your winter gloves, here are the best thermal gloves you can buy.
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Compared to being bare-handed, we all know how great it is to wear gloves in the freezing cold - until it's time to use your phone or any other touchscreen device. More than likely, you've tried to use your device without any success, and ultimately took your gloves off to send that text message or answer that phone call.
Tech-friendly, or touchscreen gloves, are the best way to stay connected without having to endure the cold. While fabric usually gets in the way of you and your tech device, touchscreen gloves feature conductive technology that allows the body's electricity to pass through to the screen.
After researching, we rounded up the best touchscreen gloves for all your cold-weather needs, including an exceptionally warm fleece option, a performance running pair, a classic leather style, and more.
Here are the best touchscreen gloves:
- Best touchscreen gloves overall: The North Face E-Tip Gloves (men's version, women's version)
- Best affordable touchscreen gloves: Uniqlo HEATTECH Knitted Gloves (gender-neutral)
- Best fleece touchscreen gloves: Patagonia Synchilla Fleece Gloves (gender-neutral)
- Best touchscreen gloves for running: Nike Therma Sphere 360 Running Gloves (men's version, women's version)
- Best leather touchscreen gloves: Banana Republic Moto Zip Leather Glove (similar women's option)
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