Even though we're in April, the weather outside can turn cold on a dime, which makes gloves that work with our smartphones an absolute necessity. We've put together a list of the best touchscreen gloves by using the most well-reviewed (4-stars and up on Amazon) and trustworthy (Rated A on FakeSpot) pairs available. We've also found gloves for everyone, from commuters and athletes to kids and fashionistas, with pairs that are best for style and others we prefer for their color options.
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Looking for a more exciting pair of gloves? This burgundy pair from Dimore — which they say is wine-colored — is eye-catching, but restrained making them one of the more stylish pairs — which might be all you need to know to think of them as the best touchscreen gloves. Don't worry about these gloves not meeting your standards, as they're backed by a no-hassle money-back lifetime guarantee.
Available in five different colors, including the Rose Red design seen below, these touchscreen gloves are as snazzy as they are functional. Grippy silicone triangles on the palms aim to keep your phone in your hand -- and not in the snow below you -- while their knit wool fabric provides softness and warmth in the winter. With that combination of color options, warmth and extras, Achiou's made a pair to consider as the best touchscreen gloves.
Unlike other phone-compatible gloves that make you tap with the tiny tips on the ends of each finger, every inch of the Agloves will work with your devices. Available in black, blue, brown, red and white, and featuring silver yarn, one of the most conductive elements.
Not only do these deerskin-suede leather gloves feature a silky velour lining to treat your hands with care, but they come black, khaki brown, purple and red, so you can find a pair that matches well with your winter coat.
These wool-knit gloves look more like a gift a relative created with love and care than a tech-friendly accessory. The ELMA gloves are available in 10 colors with a fleece lining that's sure to make them comfortable.
If your tastes trend towards formal and reserved, or say you're buying a gift for an older male relative, this pair from Timberland is a solid choice. Knowing Timberland, they'll be super-warm and durable.
If you're trying to find touchscreen gloves in a specific hue, the Genuine Nappa Leather Gloves from Warmen might be your best bet. Their exterior is 100 percent Sheepskin and the lining is 30 percent cashmere with 70 percent wool.