It’s painfully cold outside, and the only thing to brighten our frostbitten surroundings is our phone. It contains the mental escape we want to dull our senses for the chill in the air. However, having your hands out in weather that could damage your appendages is not exactly good for your health. There are a variety of touchscreen-compatible gloves out there, but more often than not, they only have the fingertips covered in conductive thread.
If you want to be serious about playing on your phone while simultaneously laughing in the face of winter, then the Glider Gloves are what you need. These are comprised of 43% Nylon, 40% Acrylic, 15% Copper, and 2% Spandex, meaning they’re comfortable, going to keep you warm, and will be just as touchscreen-compatible as your bare hand would be. What’s more is that the palm of these gloves have a non-slip grip in the palm so you don’t have to worry about being a butterfingers because of your hand coverings.
They’ll cost anywhere from $25-30, and have a size range from small to extra-large. Seeing that they were made by a company in Canada, I tend to believe them when they say they’re warm enough for winter. The only thing you’ll want to be wary of is that these weren’t meant to do much work aside from playing on your phone, so don’t put them through the ringer with day-to-day tasks. If you do, they could wear out rather quickly. Thankfully they’re not too expensive, but it’s still money to toss out nonetheless.