As someone who grew up in Syracuse, NY, I consider myself pretty well-adjusted to the cold. (You would be, too, if you had to trick-or-treat in snow pants every few Halloweens.) That said, times have changed since I was a little kid who chose mittens over gloves because there wasn't a whole lot I needed my fingers for when it was snowing. These days, though, finding the perfect pair of winter gloves you can text in is a necessity if you want to avoid the annoying act of putting 'em on then taking them off over and over.
Lucky for those of us obsessed with social media, texting, and skipping to the next Spotify song, there are so many touchscreen gloves on the market these days. These range from lightweight options for sunny winter days to super warm gloves that protect your hands from even the harshest weather, yet still offer the mobility and freedom to let you text to your heart's desire.
Whether you're an avid snowboarder, skier, or hiker who wants to brave the slopes without worrying about their fingers, or someone who simply wants to keep their hands cozy during their morning commute, these are the best touchscreen gloves you can text in.
1These Warm Winter Gloves Come In Multiple Sizes For The Perfect Fit
If you're in the market for some seriously warm gloves that still allow you to use your smartphone or tablet all day long, this pair from Glider Gloves features anti-slip grip dots so you can zoom out, tap, text, and swipe as much as you need to. Plus, they come in four different sizes, so smaller and larger wearers don't have to settle for an awkward fit.
2Athletic Gloves That Feature Reflective Material
On top of keeping your hands warm and giving you the ability to use your touchscreen with ease, these sleek gloves feature reflective stripes that actually keep you safer when running or walking at night. And if you're worried about the phone slipping out of your hands, this pair is extra perfect, as it features silicon gripping on each glove's palm.
3A Stylish Pair With A Little Bow For Added Flair
For those who find basic gloves a little too boring, this elegant black pair lets you text as much as you want while still looking like a total badass. In addition to the above design with lacy accents and bows (which also comes in burgundy and gray), you can get this pick with a thin fur trim, as well.
4A Cute Fur Cuff For Added Wrist Warmth
Love the look of fur in the winter? These pretty leather gloves allow your to text while protecting your wrists from getting cold (or worse, snowy) with thick faux fur cuffs.
5Colorful Cozy Picks For Those Who Love Traditional Gloves
If you love that cozy knit look and feel for winter gloves, you need a pair (or three) of these pretty designs. They come in neutrals like navy, gray, taupe, and white, as well as super bright hues like bubblegum pink, mint, and burgundy, so you can get a pair to match whichever outerwear you've got on that day.
6A Super Warm Pair Of Waterproof & Windproof Fleece Gloves
If you're an avid winter sports fan, you can't afford to skimp on protecting your hands from snow, ice, cold, water, and wind. This innovative option from L.L. Bean is both windproof and waterproof, and keeps hands totally toasty while still letting your text and tweet as much as you want.
7A Sleek Black Option For Leather Lovers
If you invariably go for leather gloves when shopping for your winter gear, this is a cool and utilitarian option. Made from super soft Nappa leather and suede and lined with warm fleece, these driving gloves are perfect for getting through even the chilliest of days. They also come in bright red and chocolate brown, in case those colors work better with your wardrobe than black.
8This Stretchy Pair Of Gloves Perfectly Fits Your Hands
If you want slim-fitting touchscreen gloves that give you the mobility to use your phone whenever you want, try this Isotoner pair made from stretchy material that won't feel stiff or stifling. And if you want to add a little extra color to your look, try this same pair with a berry pink trim.
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