When the snow sets in and the temperatures really start to plummet, your fingers are the very first to feel the pain. Cold hands can bring you in early from an otherwise pristine day of skiing or even make your daily walk to work miserable.
But with the right gear you can avoid the aching chill. Be prepared to take on every temperature with ease and comfort. Buying a pair of gloves is not an easy task. There is a lot more to it than “Are they going to keep me warm?” – even though this is by far the most important factor.
The style as well as how easy it is to use your smartphone and take a selfie is vital. Bulky gloves don’t necessarily translate into warm ones. Also, do you really want them in black? Some people prefer designs in different colors to let their personalities shine.
Depending on what you’ll be using the gloves for, you are most likely going to be looking for a pair that is made to rid sweat and have a great grip with a material that is both stretchy and soft. Different gloves come in different fabrics, but one you want to avoid is cotton – it doesn’t dry easily and once you get the gloves wet you have to take them off.