Monday, November 10, 2014

Glider Gloves - #ConnectedandProtected


Now that Winter is in gear, how do you keep your fingers from freezing while staying connected on your phone?  If you're anything like me, commuting to work on public transportation means that you either chose warm fingers or access to your phone, iPad, Galaxy, Android and more!

Glider Gloves wants you to have access without limitation!  These touch-screen gloves work so nicely that there's no limit to what you can do! They're warm and durable, don't look odd like some other techy gloves.  

Glider Gloves not only keep you connected, but they are warm! They are made with thermally insulated layers for added warm and the yarn covers the entire hand, not just the tips! The anti-slip grip makes sure that your phone won't slip and the soft, brushed top interior is amazingly warm and soft!

You can find Glider Gloves on their website, on Facebook and on Twitter. They offer a huge variety of sizes and give you step-by-step instructions to ensure you get the perfect fit!  

Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


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3 comments:

  1. My only phone is connected to the wall. I do like the gloves though.It's important to not only stay warm, but be able to grip items and actually use your hands. That's not possible with most gloves.

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  2. these seem amazing but I am not sure what I would really use them for, maybe my hubby or one of my grandchldren might..thanks for share

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  3. My sis needs them more in Ohio than I do here in LA but I used to use fingerless gloves when I was in Colorado, another snowy and cold place where you need protection. These may work well for gift giving.

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