Eastern Mountain Sports Women's Wind Pro Touchscreen Gloves

Priced: $40.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 9 reviews.
Eastern Mountain Sports Wind Pro Touchscreen Gloves
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Color: Ebony
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Eastern Mountain Sports Wind Pro Touchscreen Gloves - A must-have favorite for fall and spring, the EMS Windpro Glove keeps the wind out and features touchscreen technology for easy control of your mobile device.

Fiber Content: 90% polyester, 10% spandex.
Country of Origin: Imported

Lining and Layers:

  • Great for cool- or cold-weather aerobic activities; wear alone or layer under heavier gloves or mitts

Fabric:

  • Lightweight fleece interior wicks moisture, dries quickly, and warms hands
  • Non-bulky construction allows dexterity
  • Stretchy fleece cuff secures the fit
  • Made of Polartec Windpro with stretch spandex—smooth outer face and cozy fleece interior
  • Polartec Windpro is four times more wind resistant than regular fleece

Features:

  • Touchscreen compatible
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Also available for: Men
Avg. Weight (Pair):1.7 oz.
Type:Gloves
Waterproof:No
Windproof:Yes

Eastern Mountain Sports Wind Pro Touchscreen Gloves Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Nice Gloves

I purchased these for running and I'm glad I did. My previous pair is great when it's not windy, these are absolutely great for the bitter cold. First wear it was 17F, windchill of -3F and I'm happy to report they kept my hands warm. The touch screen tips are nice, but they're a little bulky for typing. I have long skinny fingers, so the medium was a little wide, but also a little short for me. I would say overall true to size though. I do wish the wrist had some better or tighter elastic, they might fit more snug. After some time the stitching in the inside gets a little uncomfortable, especially if your hands are too warm and a little sweaty (they don't breath very well). Really these are good for when you are active in cold COLD weather, I wouldn't recommend them for if you are active over freezing. Good for everyday use after that.
jrsyjane at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 02/02/2013

Great gloves...

These are a great pair of gloves that actually fit me - most are too big. The ability to use your touchscreen phone is limited to the very tip of one fingers and probably only works about half of the time. Still a great pair of gloves!
Cait Cold at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2013

Love them

These gloves are warm, wind resistant, and great for using with my smartphone. It's nice not to have to remove my gloves while out walking in the cold when I wanted to use my smartphone... that's the BEST feature!

I recommend them...
ablix at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2013

Work well

The E-tip works great. They're reasonable for cold weather that's not much below freezing. After that point, they're better used underneath weatherproof mittens or gloves as extra insulation.
SCT at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 03/03/2013

Warm functional gloves!

I wanted gloves that were not bulky. These are not too cumbersome and warm too.
Sunshine at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2013

Exceptional quality and satisfaction

very high quality
raydot56 at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2014

Negative Reviews:

E-tip technology doesn't work

These are OK gloves, but if I weren't so lazy I would return them. The dye runs and turns my hands blue and the whole reason I bought them was for the 'e-tip' technology which doesn't work, so I have to take them off to use my phone anyway.
li at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2014

Neutral Reviews:

A bit disappointed

This product does provide great warmth and allows you to move your hands well. I would recommend this product solely for these reasons.

If you are looking for touchscreen features, I would not recommend these gloves. I was disappointed to hear from my daughter that this gift does not work for the intended purpose. The special tips on forefinger and thumb are not recognized on touchscreen devices. A cheap pair from a department store work better for her when she needs to text on the go.
Mom of College Student at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2013

liked the old style better

I have had these gloves before and have loved them. I do not have a smart phone and so not need then smart phone index finger. I also find the tip of the index finger tight and uncomfortable. My index fingers stay colder now when outside than in the old style. The construction of the index fingers needs to be revisited. Maybe you should offer both styles. One with and one without the smart phone index finger. Probably would not buy again because of the feature.
pegalicho at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 01/01/2014