Sometimes you need to wear a pair of gloves, which can mean limited access to your phone. Thankfully, there are options out there to avoid that.
Touchscreen gloves are pretty common these days, so we’ve put together a list of some of the best options you can wear right now and use with your iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, or other touchscreen devices. So let’s get right into it, shall we?
The best touchscreen gloves in 2020:
These touchscreen gloves from Moshi are designed for men and women, and range in sizes from Small (15-17cm/5.9″-6.7″), Medium (17-19cm/6.7″-7.5″), and Large (19-20.5cm/7.1″-8.1″). They are knit gloves so they should help you stay warm, and they have a “GripTrak” pattern which is meant to make holding devices like your iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro easier with more grip.
The knit design is bolstered by a soft micro fleece lining, and the gloves feature conductive fibers on all ten fingers, so you can use other fingers rather than just your index to interact with your touchscreen. The company does note that the Light Grey is available only in the Small and Medium sizes, while the Dark Gray is only for the Large size, so keep that in mind.
The Moshi touchscreen gloves are available to buy now.
These “heavyweight” gloves for men are 100% cotton, and come in a variety of sizes ranging from extra small to extra large. On the back of the hand the glove features 320g PolartecAr power stretch, while the fingers of the glove feature “U|RAr Powered material”, which makes it possible to use the gloves with a touchscreen device.
The gloves feature goat leather fabric on the palm, and it also features DWR-treated fabric.
The Black Diamond touchscreen gloves are available to buy now.
Achiou’s touchscreen gloves are designed for women, with a one-size-fits-all design thanks to the general elasticity in the design. The gloves feature touchscreen-capable areas in the index finger and thumb in both gloves, and Achiou says the gloves are windproof, along with a thermal design, for some added warmth, even in windy situations.
Achiou also notes that the design of the gloves should reduce sweating while wearing them, even for extended periods of time. The gloves are relatively cheap across the board, and come in a variety of colors: Black, Camel, Green, Pink, and Rose Red.
The Achiou touchscreen gloves are available now.
The GliderGloves touchscreen gloves stand out due to the design of the gloves themselves. They boast a conductive copper yarn that weaves throughout the entirety of the glove, which means you can use any finger — or even your palm — to interact with your iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, or other touchscreen devices. The tag on these gloves even serves as a screen cleaner.
Across the palms there is a thin acrylic mesh that boosts the overall grip of the gloves, making it harder for your phone to slip out of your hands while using it. GliderGloves also come in a loose “urban style” or a slightly tighter “winter fit”. Each offers 2% spandex, which should help the glove take the shape of your hands.
There is a soft, brushed interior that makes the gloves, along with the cuff, comfortable even over long periods of use. Sizes range from small to extra-large. Prices range from $11.99 to $16.99 and the touchscreen gloves from GliderGloves are available now.
The Mujjo touchscreen gloves are meant for both men and women, and are insulated for additional warmth, featuring 3M’s Thinsulate. The gloves mimic the hand’s conductive properties, and, as such, you can use any finger on the gloves to use your touchscreen devices.
The gloves feature a three-layer top that’s laminated with the aforementioned 3M Thinsulate. The gloves are made from a stretch-knit fabric, and the wrist cuff also stretches to fit as needed. Within the glove is integrated fleece for additional comfort and warmth.
There is a silicone grip as well, making it easier to hold onto your device while using.
Mujjo’s touchscreen glove are available now.
The Bruceriver touchscreen gloves come in different variants for men and women, but we’ve listed both. The gloves also come without touchscreen support, too, so you’ll need to make sure to choose the correct option while on Amazon’s landing page if you decide to go this route.
These gloves should definitely keep you warm in the colder months. They are 100% wool on the outer shell, plus they also boast 40 grams of Thinsulate insulation and fleece lining. There is also a turnover knit cuff for even more warmth if you need.
Touchscreen usage is made possible through the areas available on the index finger and thumb.
The Bruceriver touchscreen gloves for men are available in Anthra, Black, Grey, Brown, and Navy color options. They are available in sizes small to extra-large. They’re available to buy now.
The women’s version of the Bruceriver touchscreen glove features all of the same elements that the men’s version does, including the 100% wool construction, 40 grams of Thinsulate, and fleece lining. Touchscreen usage is still available in the index finger and thumb.
The primary difference is that the women’s option only comes in black. It’s available now in small to large sizes.
So, there we go. A nice list to choose from. However, if you have any other suggestions for touchscreen gloves, please let us know in the comments below!