Agloves Unisex Sport Touchscreen Gloves
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- 68% Acrylic, 15% Metal Fiber, 12% Spandex, 5% Rubber
- Work brilliantly on smartphones, tablets and more
- America's top-rated glove for accuracy and precision
- Provide ten-finger functionality
- Award winning (patent-pending) design
- Comfortable fit
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Agloves Sport are soft, warm, stretchy and slightly fuzzy knitted gloves made a bit thicker than the original Agloves for added warmth. Agloves are the top-rated touchscreen glove for precision and accuracy. These gloves look great on. No funky fingertip designs. A snug-fitted cuff seals the wind out, while the silver nylon traps heat in. Agloves Sport are available in two unisex sizes S/M or M/L. Agloves are made with REAL silver, the most conductive element in the Periodic Table of Elements. Color is black with silver flecks to produce a charcoal grey coloring. Hand washable in cool water. Made primarily with acrylic, these gloves are breathable and help draw moisture away from the body. Agloves Sport are compatible with all capacitive touch screen devices including (but not limited to.) phones, cameras, multimedia devices, game systems, depth finders, bike computers like: iPhone, Droid X, Samsung, Tom-Tom GPS system, Nook, ATM, iPad, iPod Touch, MP3 player, Palm Pre, Blackberry Storm, Zune HD, Flip HD and other cameras, and many more. Made in China with: 68% Acrylic, 15% silver yarn, 12% spandex, 5% rubber thread.
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I would buy again.
Edited to add 2 weeks in: So I found one downside to these gloves. They have a terrible time with velcro. My ski jacket has velcro all over the place and the gloves actually start to pull apart when accidentally stuck to velcro. This is tough because as you are skiing you tend to zip your jacket up and down a lot to regulate your temperature.
I gave these a high rating because they serve the purpose I have them, but my overview is don't plan on keeping your fingers warm for very long and be wary of possible texting inconsistency.
There's nothing worse than trying to make a call or check messages while riding up on a chairlift . . . have to take off the big boarding gloves, but either worried about your phone slipping out of your hands down to the cliffs below, or taking off your glove-liners and freezing your fingers on the ride up.
These touch screen gloves have worked just great. They are thin enough to work as glove-liners, and touch screen phones (also tested and work on ipads too) are just as responsive as they are using your bare fingers.
Their thinness makes them perfect as liners however, make no mistake that these could be used as stand-alone winter gloves. Perhaps for driving or running errands around town, but they are no substitute for insulated winter gloves.
Added thing that I like about these, is that they are basic black and don't have goofy colored finger-tips like many others I've seen out there.