Thought it would be impossible to simultaneously keep your hands warm, use your iPhone, and drive your car like a fancy man, didn’t you? Not anymore, thanks to Mujjo’s recently launched leather touchscreen gloves. Designed to work with nearly any touchscreen, the gloves feature a “revolutionary nanotechnology” to mimic the conductive properties of your (allegedly) human fingers and thumbs.
The glove has two press studs on the heel to which the leather strap can be fastened depending on wrist size of the user. The matte finishing of the leather, the sophisticated matte black leather button and the slant line on the heel of the glove contribute to a well balanced minimal but unique look. Made from the finest Ethiopian lambskin, known for offering the best isolation properties of any kind of leather.
And they look pretty slick, too…I’d have to buy a new coat and perhaps some driving goggles to complete the ensemble.
The website features plenty of details on both the design/craftsmanship of the gloves, as well as explanation on how the nano technology works. Check it out to see if a pair of these won’t make a fantastic gift for the iPhone users on your shopping list. The gloves will run you $167.38 at current exchange rates, and will ship December 12th.
Product [Mujjo Leather Touchscreen Gloves]