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Women's Stimulus™ Glove

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OL5795

Summary

If you’ve ever taken off your gloves to use your smartphone, you’ll appreciate the genius of the Stimulus Glove. This everyday glove features a stretch-fleece palm and fingers embedded with our conductive Stimulus technology for touchscreen-friendly swiping and tapping. Snug-fitting, heavyweight nylon stretch fabric keeps hands warm without compromising dexterity. Wear alone or as a liner.
$27.90 $40.00
Style# 1531341
product.components.activity Backpacking / Hiking, Casual / Travel

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Features & Specs

  • Weight: - 1.3 oz. / 38 g. -
  • Good For: - Backpacking / Hiking -
  • Good For: - Casual / Travel -

Summary

If you’ve ever taken off your gloves to use your smartphone, you’ll appreciate the genius of the Stimulus Glove. This everyday glove features a stretch-fleece palm and fingers embedded with our conductive Stimulus technology for touchscreen-friendly swiping and tapping. Snug-fitting, heavyweight nylon stretch fabric keeps hands warm without compromising dexterity. Wear alone or as a liner.

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  • Stimulus Technology to work with touch screen phones
  • Designed with woman's specific fit
  • Screen print on palm keeps phone secure while holding
  • Conductive stretch fleece palm functions with touchscreen devices
  • Flat-lock construction for a seamless fit
  • Wear alone or use as a liner

Materials

  • Body Fabric: Technostretch

Measurements

  • Weight: 1.3 oz. / 38 g.

Reviews

Women's Stimulus™ Glove 4.5 5 2 2
Best yet... I tried several gloves for an upcoming arctic trip. Need to use touch screens and take pictures without taking gloves off. . .these are far and away the best for warmth and function. March 9, 2014
Typing Warm It's great to take photos with any kind of device without taking off the gloves. It works really well! You can type while you keep your hands warm outside. I recommend! January 31, 2014
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