HiCool Winter Touchscreen Lightweight Gloves
These lightweight touch screen gloves from HiCool are essential for daily winter living. These make a great choice for both men and women to shield hands warm while still being able to use touchscreen devices normally.
- Sensitive Touchscreen Compatible – This warm winter gloves adopted touchscreen fingers capability design, enable smart phone or tablet use normally with thermal gloves on while keeping hands warm in the cold weather
- Comfortable and Versatile – Made of high-quality elastic wool lycra fabric, windproof, warmer, and more flexible. This outdoor sports warm gloves is ideal for driving, running, cycling, walking, hiking, climbing, jogging, photographing, etc.
- Superior Grip – These thermal running gloves, with silicone glue on the palm, middle finger, ring finger and little finger, let you grip any items firmly, efficiently prevent the items slipping, giving you best experience in daily use
- Unisex Gloves with Elastic Wrist Cuff – With elastic wrist strap, this comfy full finger gloves enable you to wear and take off easily, keep hands warm and prevent cold air inside, fit for winter, fall or spring
- Perfect Gift – Touchscreen black gloves are fashionable and moderately warm, is the ideal gift for your lover, families, friends or workmates to play together in cold weather
Thea gloves are fantastic. They are perfect driving gloves for winter time. They are not snowball fight gloves but they do provide some protection from the cold. They have touch screen fingers and work perfectly.
Impressed with how warm and nimble these gloves are. Fingers stayed toasty biking in 40 degree weather. I ordered large for hands that are 8 inches looped around the widest part of the knuckle, but maybe I should have gone for medium as they are very stretchy.
Dianne Thompson –
Male with average size hands and ordered the large size. Fit is good. Inside is fleece like. Use them for early morning running. Keep my hands warm and dry down to 30 degrees and shield out winds. Touch screen option works OK on my phone but difficult to use on my watch as the surface area of the watch is pretty small. Would buy another pair.
Stefan in KY –
I use these gloves for running. They work very well on iPhone and ipod touch screens. This seems to be not a given, as the Nike touch screen gloves do not work for me. The drawback of the touchscreen feature is a relatively low insulation. My finger tips become cold/numb after about 30 min when running in 32 degF / 0 degC weather for about 30 min.
Although the title includes “Running Gloves” in the description, I’d say these are actually too warm for running if your hands eventually warm up. The fleece lining is pretty warm even at 40 degrees, so be prepared to shed these while running. I actually wanted something lighter. But they are definitely warm and they touch screen fingers work well, so I’d still say 4 stars.Also, my leather cashmere lined gloves that I own are XL. Because of the stretchy fabric in these gloves, I went with a Large and they fit great.
John L. Guest –
These gloves have done the job for me. I use biking gloves even in warm weather. It keeps my hand heel from getting pounded by the handlebars, and I appreciate that.They are quite warm. You need this while biking as your hands are just hanging out there in the weather. I note that they are “running” gloves, and I’m sure that works too, but they’re heavy enough and the silicon stripes provide padding which suits it to biking. The material is double layered somehow and that provides warmth without feeling bulky and cumbersome.They are elastic of some type and fit snugly, but I feel that is by design. And I do have large-ish handsI don’t really use them while using a touchscreen, but seem to work ok. Can’t say much beyond that.I would recommend these for biking or running. I think their fit and value is good.
Andrea S Maddux –
We recently hiked 13,000 feet to the top of a volcano. It was windy and cold. These gloves kept my hands warmer than I would have expected. The touch screen feature is great. I used it a lot to take photos on the fly using my phone. The finger and the thumb would work, which was nice. They exceeded my expectations on warmth. I would certainly buy them again.
John Douglas Wolfe –
.I ordered these to keep my fingers warm on my morning bike rides. They do the job very well.(Here in northern California a cold morning is 38f.)The material is thin, flexible and porous. It is easy to work the gears and brakes on my bike. It seems to be a kind of neoprene. It reminds me of the material of a scuba wet suit. It is thin and yet seems very tough. There are grippy strips on the palm – well placed for keeping my hands stuck to the handlebars.I first tried these on a long ride on a 72 degree day. The fabric seemed to breathe and my hands stayed cool This morning, at 40F, they were comfortably warm.The touchscreen feature works as advertised, for left and right hand. It is OK for simple tasks like changing an MP3 song. Probably not efficient for typing a long text.