Seirus Wizard Soundtouch Xtreme All-Weather Glove -
The Seirus Men's Wizard Xtreme All Weather Edge Soundtouch Gloves are 100% waterproof and constructed with premium leather and a 4-way stretch soft shell fabric. The Thinsulate Flex® insulation provides as much warmth as a standard ski glove, but without all the bulk. These form-fitting gloves feature Soundtouch Technology: Seirus's exclusive magic finger tips activate any touchscreen, allowing you to work your electronic gadgets in cold weather, without taking off your gloves.
- Form-fit shape sits close to your hand for warmth and dexterity
- Fleece inner lining wicks moisture away and traps warmth inside.
- Shell constructed of leather and 4-way stretch soft shell fabric.
- Xtreme waterproof breathable insert allows moisture to escape from within while protecting your fingers from external wetness and precipitation
- Thinsulate Flex (100g) synthetic insulation keeps your hand warm, feels lightweight, and dries quickly
Weather and Wind:
- Pro-Fit form-fitting 100% windproof, waterproof, breathable insert.
- Velcro® fastener closure sport cuff.
- Softshell and leather shell allows for ample dexterity and it protects your hands from branches and sharp ski edges
- Leather palm increases the overall durability of this glove
The Seirus men's Wizard Soundtouch Xtreme All-Weather Glove: Soundtouch Technology Gloves, so you don't have to take them off. The First Form-Fit & Waterproof!
Insulated and waterproof, and it allows you to use your touchscreen phone without taking off your glove.
Seirus made the Men's SoundTouch Xtreme All Weather Edge Glove for cold winter weather and people who like to use their touchscreen phones without freezing their fingers. The Edge features toasty-warm insulation, a waterproof breathable insert to keep your hand dry in wet weather, and Seirus's patented Soundtouch touchscreen pad on the end of the pointer finger. Soundtouch allows you to navigate through the menus on your touchscreen phone without taking off your glove and freezing your fingers off—sounds pretty good, right?