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In the dead of winter, a warm pair of gloves is an absolute must, but removing them for every text can make the whole effort seem pointless. These gloves lay the problem to rest with a set of conductive fingertips, letting you type, swipe, or snap a pic without exposing your digits. Because even the best tweet isn’t worth a case of frostbite.
They do the trick in fall/early spring mornings and evenings. They could be a bit warmer for winter though. Definitely comfortable.3
Awesome gloves!! Works perfectly with my IPhone 5s and are perfect because they have grippers on them so you always hold your phone securely!5
Gloves worked well in my travels up north! Grips were a definite plus and held steady through washings! Will buy this product again 100%5
I have tried two other "electronic friendly" gloves from other manufacturers, and have been disappointed. These gloves are excellent! I can use my iphone with them on, I dont drop my iphone and they add a touch of warmth- they are everything they are marketed to be. Even my teenage son and daughter have used them and asked for a pair for themselves!5
Living in California rarely allows me to use these gloves to their full potential (if at all). Luckily, I recently traveled home to Philadelphia in the midst of a blizzard and only used these gloves. It kept my hands warm and let me change a song on my phone while I was shoveling (without taking off my gloves for once). Lastly, the subtle horizontal lining on the gloves give it the right amount of style to wear them while you're shoveling or out to dinner.5
I have used gloves like this in the past but these are much more functional and easy to use. The use with a phone is very accurate and the grips are very convenient. If it is really cold, they do not keep your hands the warmest, but they are perfect for the morning commute while your waiting of the car to warm up.4
I have an Otterbox Defender case on my iPhone for general kid-proofing. I've had problems with touch gloves not working through this heavy-duty case in the past. These freehands gloves worked flawlessly and are now in my spring/fall jacket for regular use.5
I have been using these gloves ever since I got them in my box. They are highly functional and great for the price - which is to say that you will only get a season or two out of them before the knitting starts to wear.5
They don't keep my hands the warmest, but I wouldn't be looking to use my phone if the weather was that cold anyways. So, in coldish weather (10-30oF), I found them to be very effective. But when the temperatures really dropped, the gloves weren't the most helpful. All of that said, I would buy them.4
I thought the actual touch functionality on these gloves was the best I've ever used for smartphones and tablets, but I found the overall glove quality a little lacking. The pair that arrived in my box actually had a sizeable hole between the thumb and forefinger of the right hand (Birchbox gave me some points in my account to make up for the defect). I also found that the knit is not really a tight enough weave to protect against the harsh Wisconsin winter - in some ways it felt like I wasn't even wearing gloves. Definitely not warm enough for every day use in the winter.3