Toasty touchscreen gloves keep you warm and fully connected

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Baby it's cold outside; use these gloves.
Baby it's cold outside; use these gloves.
Photo: Rob LeFebvre/Cult of Mac

Best List: Double Layered Knit Touchscreen Gloves by Mujjo

It’s almost winter, and if you reside in an area with a climate like mine, you know you’ll be carrying gloves with you no matter where you go. When you live someplace like Anchorage, Alaska, even a quick trip outside to the trash bin requires that you cover up.

And yet, we live in a touchscreen world. I have my iPhone with me all the time, and I use it to stay connected to my kids and family members as I move around the winter wonderland. Pulling off a glove every time I want to play a song or answer a text is time-consuming and sometimes dangerous.

If that’s something you worry about, Mujjo’s got you covered, quite literally, with these new double-layered touchscreen gloves.

Mujjo is known for its understated and stylish accessories for MacBooks, a style you’ll notice as soon as you pull these knit gloves out of their package.

They’re warmer than your standard knit glove thanks to an extra woolen layer of insulation, and they have a great, grippy surface on the palm to make sure your iPhone or steering wheel won’t slip out of your hands. There’s a classy leather wrist cuff and a magnetic snap closure that will keep your gloves on in any situation.

The killer feature, though, is the way the entire cloth surface of the gloves will activate any touch surface. You’re no longer limited to a fingertip or thumb when interacting with your iPhone or iPad, unlike most “touchscreen gloves” you’ll find at Costco or Walmart.

These Mujjo double-layered touchscreen gloves will keep you tapping and swiping while out in the cold, harsh world and only cost $31 to boot. Grab a pair today and see what you’ve been missing.

Price: $30.80

Buy from: Mujjo

Cult of Mac’s Best List is a roundup of products that keep us tangled up in blue. Read more Best List mini reviews.