Are you still tolerate frozen hands and/or fingers when running, walking and driving, or even just in general, in winter? Wearing our touch screen gloves are extremely useful for warming up cold hands without interfering with your productivity. You can conveniently use your touch screen smartphone or other electronic devices without any issue. The thumb and forefinger on both hands are designed with durable conductive fabric for long life.
- Reassuring Quality: Premium polyester fabrics provide premium performance for zero pilings, breathability, and durability function. Soft and elastic fabric to provide a pleasant touch experience, comfortable and warm all the time.
- Works with ALL Touch Screen Devices: The thumb, index finger, middle finger of the glove allow for sensitive touch response on screens of all mobile devices, allows you to easily operate your phone or tablet. Gloves are amazing for typing or texting, and you don't have to take them off. Cotton
- Non-Slip Palm Grips: The palm of the touchscreen gloves has triangular silicone anti-slip particles, which can increase the effect of gripping things, and let your phone slide off the gloves. Good partner for driving, cycling, golf, horse riding, running.
- Flexible Elastic Cuff: These gloves have excellent elasticity. We offer men's and women's sizes, which will fit most people. Comfortable and high quality, perfect for casual wear, winter weather, great gift choice for your friends, lover, and family.
- Warm and Breathable: Unigear running gloves keep maximum thermal protection for your body in the cold by effectively wicking moisture away from your skin. They feature the latest fiber with a fabric bulk 10% greater than other fibers, against static electricity and fabric pilling.
- Multipurpose Gloves: You can use skis, bikes,s and other heavier gloves in more difficult conditions. You can also wear them on their own as regular gloves. The palms are printed with non-slip silicone so you can safely hold your phone or grip other equipment. Ideal for running, biking, driving in fall and early winter.