Here are the six pair of touchscreen gloves you swiped right the most on, and now it’s time to find a winner. Hurry up, it’s freezing.
Glove.ly dominated the call for contenders round, and has a variety of colors and styles available for keeping your hands warm and your phones usable. Their site has a comparison chart to help you choose.
The North Face’s Etip line is a more rugged take on the touch enabled glove, with several options to pick from.
Excellent light weight glove. They are a stretchy, neoprene-like material. I use them for walking the dogs. I’ve worn them in 10-20 degree weather and they’ve kept my hands very comfortable for an hour while being thin enough not to be obtrusive. I liked them so much I bought another couple pairs to keep in my coat, car, etc. - Sick Burner21
These gloves are waterproof and super responsive - you can use any part of any finger or palm on the touchscreen. I love mine - they are perfect for the PNW winter! - galtuesday
Silver thread throughout. Incredibly responsive, thin and light but still warm enough to keep your finders from falling off in the new arctic annex that is the Midwest. - Switch113
Glider gloves are similar in form to Glove.ly and Agloves