19 Best Touchscreen Gloves for Men in 2022 to Keep Your Tech Addiction Thriving All Winter Long

In an ideal world, you’d be reading this in August. The best touchscreen gloves are on steep discount and winter’s inevitable deep freeze is months and months away. You’re way ahead of the game, with abundant time to cop a pair of gloves and put them to good use. But you’re probably not reading this in August. Odds are you’re here because the bitter, bitter cold has already hit. You and your cracked, dry hands are desperate. Well, we can still help you. You might have to wait a couple days for a pair of the best touchscreen gloves to ship out to you, but you’ll have them soon enough. Until then, we recommend you make some cocoa, build a fire, and stay indoors. Or, y’know, just keep your hands in your pockets.

Gloves are so often an afterthought, a thing you only remember you need when you’re walking around in the middle of January and you go to reach for your phone and realize you can’t because there’s no feeling in your hands and oh god why are your fingers purple?! In those instances, the best gloves are simply whichever gloves are closest to your person and can prevent you from losing an extremity. With just a little bit of foresight, though, you can avoid that mess entirely. Think of these mid-winter gloves in a new light—you’re early for next winter!

Below you’ll find our picks for the best looking and most functional touchscreen gloves. All 19 of our picks are stylish, warm, and fully tech-friendly—because lord knows that round of I Peel Good you’re playing is too important to pause in 10-degree weather.


The Best Leather Touchscreen Gloves

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Dents “Shaftesbury” touchscreen cashmere-lined leather gloves

Dents has been crafting England’s finest leather gloves for about as long as the United States has been a country. Their signature Shaftesbury model brings all of that old-world luxury and hard-earned knowhow into the 21st the century: leather isn’t the easiest material to make touchscreen-friendly, but these refined lamb leather numbers—lined with heavenly cashmere—will work like a charm with your phone or iPad.

The Best Knit Touchscreen Gloves

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Moshi Digits winter touchscreen gloves

When you really need to use your phone outdoors, Moshi’s signature Digits gloves deliver the goods. The entire gloves are knitted with conductive fibers—which means you can use all ten fingers to send those precious texts—and the ridged design helps prevent your phone from slipping out of your hands. And in case you’re concerned they look too flimsy to actually be warm, fear not: the dual-knit fabric is both incredibly cozy and seriously warm.

The Best Old-Meets-New Touchscreen Gloves

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Hestra Utsjo elk fleece gloves

For nearly 90 years now, Sweden’s Hestra has been turning out top-notch gloves of every sort: tech-y performance numbers for extreme sports; slim, dressy takes; And, most importantly, these hardy, heavyweight beasts are designed to keep the frigid air out when you’re traversing a snowy Nordic wood. The supple elk leather will age like a charm, the fleece lining is comfortable beyond belief, the Primaloft insulation keeps things extra toasty, and yes, the touchscreen-compatible thumb and index fingertips really do work.

The Best Touchscreen Running Gloves

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These Nike joints are designed for staying active, but their lightweight, non-bulky, Dri-FIT-infused design makes them just right for all manner of park hangs and outdoor dining situations, too. The silicone pattern on the palms and fingers provides superior dexterity and touchscreen capabilities, and will also help to keep your iPhone from flying out of your hands when you’re on the move.

The Best Bang-For-Your-Buck Touchscreen Gloves

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Uniqlo Heattech knitted gloves

Just need some cheap-and-cheerful gloves to see you through to spring? As per usual, Uniqlo has the answer. This tech-ready pair uses the Japanese label’s famed Heattech fabric to keep your hands thawed and thriving—and if you hurry, you can grab ’em on sale right now for a mere $6.

The Best Mountain-Ready Touchscreen Gloves

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If you’re hitting the trails or the slopes hard this winter, these bad boys are equipped with all the performance and functionality you require. The GORE-TEX outers will keep any wind and wetness at bay, and the removable liner (which is touchscreen compatible itself) is cut from brushed microfleece for an additional hit of warmth and softness. The coolest thing, though, is probably the hidden vent pockets: zip ’em open when your palms are feeling a little sweaty, or pop in a hand warmer when you need some extra firepower.

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Tracksmith NDO gloves

Designed for winter runners, these moisture-wicking mitts come complete with a pair of removable five-finger gloves you can wear separately on warmer days.

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The North Face Apex Etip+ glove

Five-finger touchscreen compatibility, easy-on easy-off pull tabs, and windproof fabric make these gloves an ideal jogging partner.

Mountain Hardwear Southpass glove

Why should your fleece jacket have all the fun?
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Smartwool liner gloves

Smartwool’s liner gloves are warm enough on their own, but when it’s brick outside, their svelte design allows them to slip into a pair of leather gloves with ease. Plus, you won’t have to subject your fingers to the cold whenever you get the urge to fire off a tweet.

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Pendleton texting gloves

Your sweaters will be jealous.

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adidas Voyager 2.0 gloves

We’re not saying you should use the stash pocket for a mini phone stylus, but we’re also not saying that either.

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LL Bean Ridge Runner insulated waterproof gloves

Look, ‘ma! No hands!

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Montbell jogger gloves

Can’t guarantee that these running gloves will make you run faster. But they’ll definitely let you text while you run.

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Rick Owens cashmere touch screen gloves

Okay, we acknowledge that calling these touch screen gloves is kind of cheating. But, they work!

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Mack Weldon silver swipe glove

Infused with silver to stave off microbes, silicone grips to keep your phone in your hand (and not on the ground in pieces), Mack Weldon’s glove will let you swipe to your heart’s content.

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Arc’teryx Venta gloves

For the gorp-heads out there.

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Patagonia retro pile gloves

Patagonia’s cozy, fluffed-up gloves are built entirely from materials, with elastic cuffs and a DWR coating to block out wind and moisture.

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