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Bryan M. Wolfe
| November 22, 2012
Six Winter Gloves For Gadget Lovers You Have To See To Believe
The cold weather has returned in much of the United States and so has the arrival of winter gloves made especially for techies. Here are some of the best. ISOTONER is out with the second version of their popular line of smartTouch gloves. Available in a number of varieties including leather and microfiber, sale prices run from $30.80 to $88. [caption id="attachment_358699" align="aligncenter" width="723"] ISOTONER[/caption] The North Face offers gloves with Etip functionality. Available for $45 and higher, these specially designed gloves are perfect for operating a phone, tablet, or laptop mouse. [caption id="attachment_358696" align="aligncenter" width="790"] North Face[/caption] One of the best winter gloves for iOS users is also the least expensive on our list. The iTap 101 Stone is just $20 and made with acrylic yarn. Best of all, they were created to fit any hand. [caption id="attachment_358697" align="aligncenter" width="640"] iTap[/caption] Known primarily for their shoes, Zappos is also in the glove business this holiday season. A number of Touch Gloves are available, including those from LAUREN Ralph Lauren, Echo Design, and Kate Spade. Various colors and designs are available with prices starting at $32. [caption id="attachment_358859" align="aligncenter" width="480"] Echo Design Touch[/caption] Finally, Etre offers two different types of technology gloves, FIVEPOINT and Touchy. The first includes specially designed contactwoven fingertips, which work perfectly on the touchscreen of a phone or tablet. [caption id="attachment_358705" align="aligncenter" width="450"] Etre FIVEPOINT[/caption] Touchy, by contrast, have missing thumb and index fingertips, thereby giving you the freedom to text, tweet, and touch. Prices for both styles begin at £40. [caption id="attachment_358700" align="aligncenter" width="768"] Etre Touchy[/caption] As we uncover more gloves for the gadget lover on your list, we'll certainly let you know. In the meantime, which set of gloves is your favorite?