If you’re the kind of person who likes to play around in the snow, probably with a pair of skis or a snowboard, then chances are you’re familiar with the problem of finding a way to listen to your music while flailing around in the white stuff. See, it’s a bit cold out there, and taking your gloves off to skip a track or change the volume on your iPhone isn’t that fun.

New gloves from Burton, manufacturer of snowboards and the like, aim to fix that little problem once and for all, by embedding iPod controls right into the fabric of some truly magical gloves…

One hand houses the controls, meaning the other can easily press them at will, changing tracks and increasing/decreasing volume. The gloves connect to your iDevice using the standard dock connector.

Expect the gloves to go on sale next year, if our understanding of badly translated Japanese is to be believed.

[iPhoneInCanada]

  • Was i the only one or was everyone waiting for the guy to do some cool hand movments to change the songs and pause, skip so on. but he started dancing and used the buttons on the gloves????????? 🙂

  • Alex

    Well, that’s an interesting ad. I was waiting for someone to change music in midair…