If you lived (and survived) through a Canadian winter you can appreciate just how cold it is when your touchscreen phone rings and you have to take a glove off just so you can answer it.
Well, suffer no more: made from acrylic, polyamide, spandex, and conductive yarns, Glider Gloves allow you to use your touchscreen with the accuracy and precision of a "naked finger" without having to take your gloves off. Best of all, they're a Canadian company.
Regular gloves not working on your touchscreen? Get GLIDER GLOVES! These winter gloves are touch screen friendly and work perfectly on ALL touchscreen devices. They also keep your hands and fingers warm and protected from cold and harsh weather conditions.
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