Use the touch screen without losing a hand to frostbite
Do you live in California or somewhere that it is always 75 degrees and sunny? Please stop reading this and if you get these gloves living there, you are NOT a real man. However, if you live in Kansas (like us) then you realize that winters can be really friggin cold and the last thing you want to do as snow is falling around you and it is a whopping 7 degrees outside is take your gloves off to read your latest emails. The wind chill is bone chilling and your frustration level is a 10.
So after your man lesson for the day we want to provide the solution to this bitterly cold problem and they’re called Agloves. Unlike some other touch screen gloves out there, Agloves have the ability to allow every finger the ability to be used on the touch screen. Other gloves out there might only utilize the touch technology on the glove for a few select fingers. While that seems like a very small and unimportant thing, you don’t realize how much of a pain it can be when you are trying to do something simple like zoom. And if you are trying to use these on a smart phone, you will definitely want to use every single finger at your disposal.
So we have focused on the technology and functionality of this product, it is now time to look at the style. It will in fact be a part of your daily style (doubt you will only use these when you go skiing or sledding) so it is important that they look the part too. They have a few different lines of the gloves but all carry a fairly similar look and feel (aside from the female line of gloves but we don’t talk about that stuff on this website). They do have several different options from more light weight gloves all the way to the heavy duty gloves all of which have the touch screen glove capability. I’ve only tried these out from a friend that was wearing them but found them pretty warm (which is probably most important) and very functional. This winter is looking like it could really suck so I might buck up and buy them (or hope Santa brings them as an early Christmas present).