The touch screen tips work perfectly (at least indoors), all except for the pinky. They're not slim, but thinner than a lot of gloves. Gloves are comfortable and light.
On really cool days i wear my carhart gloves and leave these inside so my hands don’t freeze. My only caveat is the gloves can do get wet. Keep hands warm in windy outdoor.
Hope you found my review helpful to you. They are nice and warm with a soft lining. In below 0 (f) they stay amazingly warm and dry quickly once taken off.
The gloves run really small. As a result the gloves feel stiff. The stitching inside the thumb is really uncomfortable, i’m not able to get my thumb all the way in. The outer fabric (and inner fabric) ended up soggy.
Allows me to use touchscreen and still keep my hands from freezing. They fit well, help my hands stay warm, including exposed fingers. I like it that the finger part comes up high because my fingers are always freezing in my cold office.
Not too tight or bulky. Very comfy and warm though. I am a tall and slim male, the size is perfect.
Gloves keep my fingers toasty and the tight weave makes it easy to type for work and use a gaming controller with dexterity. Second, these are not wheelchair gloves, but they do work well for light duty.
S/m pair barely fit my 7-year-old niece. These are hobbit gloves. Thee gloves were not made for typical adult u. The gloves seem to have been cut out by a cookie cutter.
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