Dutch design company Mujjo was one of the first makers of touchscreen gloves, and has a wide range from standard to double-layered and leather. These look like something from a James Bond movie.
Many touchscreen gloves are restricted to a couple of fingers for their operation. The Mujjo gloves work on all parts of the hand: fingers, knuckles, palm or heel – so you can swipe and tap easily.
The latest version has been redesigned inside with an extra layer of polar fleece that’s topped with 3M Thinsulate for a glove that’s warm despite being lightweight. It still has a grippy silicone pattern to help save your phone from unfortunate drops.
There’s also a new thumb construction which optimises the gloves for larger screens. Just note that the insulation makes the gloves thicker than the originals, so they’re not quite as flexible and it’s a good idea to order one size lager than you usually would.
The only real downside is the price – these are Mujjo’s most expensive gloves, although they’re still cheaper than plenty of others out there. They look functional rather than fashionable, with the slightly cat burglar vibe of wearing skintight black gloves.
In our winter tests down to around 0°C, we could use a phone freely while wearing the gloves, which felt both comfortable and warm.