Gloves for iPhone use like these Freehands Gloves feature flip back caps to expose your thumb and index fingers so you can text, email, game and take photos without removing your gloves. These Freehands gloves for iPhone use come in multiple colors and a dozen new styles including knit, fleece, leather, soft shell, ski and liner versions for every occasion. Price ranges from $18 to $40. The guys at Freehands sent us the Mens Ragg-Wool and Tech-tip Liner gloves to review.
The Freehands Mens Ragg-Wool gloves ($20) are suited best for Fall but are warm enough for Winter and come lined with cozy Thinsulate for maximum comfort. They also feature rubber grip dots on the palm and velcro to keep the finger caps in place when folded back. Overall, these Mens Ragg-Wool gloves are great with casual outfits for college students and people who text a lot.
These Freehands Tech-tip Liner (unisex) gloves ($20) are made from a triple-layer waterproof liner that features conductive silver-nylon tips on the thumb and forefinger that works with any of your touch-screen devices. These conductive silver-nylon tips take the place of finger caps on other gloves and let you use your devices without taking the gloves off. Though they're great stand-alone gloves, you will want some extra warmth on the slopes or any other cold place with Ski or Stretch styles. They also feature a rubber grip palm to keep your possessions tight in your hand.
Besportier.com is not affiliated with Freehands. We received a free product sample for the purpose of reviewing it.
November 12, 2009 10:35 PM | Gloves Goggles