The 7 Best Touchscreen Gloves That'll Keep Your Fingers Warm While You Use Your Phone
As the weather inevitably starts to get colder, one of the biggest pains is having to expose your hands to the cold to text someone back. To save your sad little fingers the agony of freezing to death this fall and winter, I've rounded up the best touchscreen gloves you can use from fall through winter. All of them are comfy, cute, flexible, and definitely work!
The world of fashion merging with tech is rapidly expanding, and it's probably only a matter of time before all of our gloves include the conductive thread necessary to text! Heck, just this year, fully stain-proof fabrics were developed, Google & Levis teamed up for a new smart fabric project, and one recent design graduate even created an entire 3D printed fashion collection. The future is here, folks.
While I'm obviously a huge fan of the gloves below, if you're die hard committed to one pair that doesn't already have texting capabilities, no problem! You can, in fact, legitimately make your own touch-screen usable gloves. According to Instructables, all you need is the gloves, a needle, and one foot of conductive thread! For more details on how to hunt down conductive thread and the kind you need, head over to FashioningTech.
But assuming you're DIY-incapable and would rather shop like me, don't miss the best touchscreen gloves you can text with below!
1. Pretty In Pink
You absolutely need a pair of dusty rose gloves for fall, anyways.
(Touchscreen Gloves, €20, mujjo.com)
2. Sweet Lavender
Purple is definitely trending this fall, and these gloves fit right in!
(Magid Lux Touch Screen Gloves, $14.44, EBags)
So bright, fun, and quirky!
(Burton Touch Screen Liner Gloves, $11.86, EVO)
4. Baby Blues
Nothing makes me swoon more than a dreamy shade of aqua.
(Unisex Touchscreen Gloves, $1.49, Densanak)
5. Deep Eggplant
A richer purple than the lavender above, but definitely still on trend!
(Glove.ly Winter Touchscreen Gloves, $29.95, LLBean)
6. Sleek And Chic
These Audrey Hepburn style black gloves with buttons are lightweight and on point.
(Women's Touchscreen gloves, $19.95, Dahlia)
7. Leather Touchscreen Gloves
If you're committed to leather, Orvis has a ton of colors!
(Leather Touchscreen gloves, $54, Orvis)
Image Credit: Mujjo