Burton Men's Touchscreen Liner Gloves-155138
You'll be able to dial in your music selection and answer calls without exposing your digits to the cold when you've got the Burton Touchscreen Liner Gloves keeping your hands warm. That's right; these glove liners are touchscreen compatible. You'll never need to subject your digits to the elements just to switch soundtracks again. The thumb and index fingers feature the magical fabric blend that allows you to negotiate the touch screen on your ipod or phone.
- Material: Dryride Ultrawick™
- Touch N' Go fingertips
- Highly breathable
- Machine washable
- These iPhone gloves are compatible with all touch screen devices and are excellent texting gloves for using with your cell phone
Buy the Burton Touchscreen Liner Gloves-155138 for Men from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.
Reviews - Burton Men's Touchscreen Liner Gloves-155138
Okay Glove Liners
Let me start off by saying that I do quite a bit of research online to find the best prices and gear I can wherever I can. I would say that these gloves are average at best and extremely delicate. However, if you plan to use these as glove lines (and not by themselves) you would be hard pressed to find a better deal. Altrec's price for these glove liners ($13) they are an excellent deal for an average product. The feel of the gloves is a mix between smooth polyester with a little bit of clinginess that manages to catch on any cuticles, callouses, or rough parts of the skin on your hands. This is a slight irritation for me. The stitching is okay but you definitively feel the seems and on the right glove there is an enormous tag made of plastic that you need to cut out (I did, you might not) as tearing it would likely rip out the delicate stitches. This leaves you with one glove with annoying remnants of the tag on the underside of the wrist. The touch pads on the tips of the thumb and index finger function alright but they are not as precise since they do not extend to the very end of your fingers (think under your nail). These gloves would have been a lot better if they provides the touch pads on all fingers to provide better grip. Overall, I would call these gloves cheap, disposable, yet functional glove liners.
The touch sensitive fingers work great but since they are almost just a sticker glued onto the gloves they will break down after a season. This is the third pair I've owned. You can't expect much more for the price point though