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    21 Pairs Of The Best Winter Gloves You Can Get On Amazon

    Because your lost socks and gloves are living their best life where you're not.

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    1. Women's leather touchscreen gloves in a range of gorgeous colors — so you may want to snag a few pairs.


    Promising review: "For the price, I was certain they were going to be either ugly or ill-fitting or both. Nothing could be further from the truth. These gloves are not only gorgeous, they are soft, luxurious, fit perfectly, and work exactly as described. As soon as I put them on, I was thrilled with the fit, the cashmere lining, and the ability to text without issue. I have been told I have small hands, but I did not find that the glove fingers were too long — they really did give me the perfect fit. They go about 2" or so past the wrist, which is perfect for tucking under a coat sleeve. I used the sizing chart to determine size and it was quite accurate. I got the saddle yellow color and they are exactly as pictured. I am debating getting another pair in a different color, maybe a more classic black. My only regret is that it's hot outside right now and I don't need them." —bookfan

    Price: $29.99+ (available in seven colors and sizes 6.5–8.5)

    And check out some similar faux-leather gloves for cheaper.

    2. And men's touchscreen leather gloves with cashmere, wool, and fleece lining options at a price that won't blow your whole winter outerwear budget.


    Promising review: "Great gloves at a decent price. I got the black with cashmere lining and they are pretty comfortable and warm. I have smaller hands and I ordered size 8.5 thinking it would be about right because I didn't actually bother to measure my hands. It turned out to be just about right with the exception that I get a little wedge of extra room at the tip of my thumbs, but the rest of my hand fits just right and they probably would have been too tight if I had gone a size smaller. The touchscreen fingers work with the thumb, index, and middle fingers just don't expect to be super accurate when using them. If you are worried that they will be super shiny like in the pictures, don't worry they are not that shiny at all. Overall pretty satisfied, would definitely recommend a pair, just take the time to measure your hand." —Original user name

    Price: $22.99+ (available in six color combos and sizes 8–10)

    Also check out another pair of leather driving gloves in a different design for cheaper.

    3. Deerskin-palm gloves with thermal fleece made to ~flexibly~ keep your fingers fully functioning in temps down to -20°F.


    Promising review: "These are truly some of the warmest gloves I have. I used them last week checking outdoor equipment at work in Minnesota when it was -7°F outside with wind chills below -20°F. They kept my hands warm and have enough dexterity for writing down readings — something my warmest sub zero gloves can't do. They also don't conduct as much cold into your hands from cold tools like others can. I got a pair for driving and home too. Very happy with them and certainly were a good price." —J. Hennessy

    Price: $15.80 (available in three color combos and sizes S–XL)

    4. Affordable *thicc* knit gloves in several color ways so you're sure to find the perfect fit.


    Promising review: "These gloves are exceptionally high quality and fit my needs exactly. When I go to Navy PT on cold mornings, they keep my hands warm and flexible while showing no logo, allowing me to wear them in uniform. Great product!" —Amazon Customer

    Price: $7.99 (available in six color combos)

    5. Waterproof gloves with enough flexibility for driving and plenty of layers to keep you cozy in temps as low as -30°F.


    Promising review: "I bought medium size and they do work well, and they fit just as expected. I haven't tried or been to -30°F but it's 15°F here and I don't feel cold. These are really comfortable and keep my hands very warm. These do have a touchscreen in them, which makes them even more awesome." —Sajan

    Price: $24.80 (available in sizes S–2XL)

    And check out a non-waterproof version that's also good down to -30°F.

    6. Lobster gloves made with finger dexterity for shifting and braking so you can concentrate on getting where you're going on your bike instead of worrying about your painfully cold hands. And they're also reflective!


    Promising review: "5'11" male with proportional hands. They fit comfortably as expected and keep my fingers warm for commutes in Boston winter (~20 minutes or a few miles). In a pinch you can put on a thinner layer of gloves underneath. It takes a little getting used to switching gears, but once you are used to it, you don't even noticed you're using two fingers." —vinny tee

    Price: $74.95+ (available in two color combos and sizes XS–2X)

    7. Everyday fleece gloves with cute button detailing for those days when you just need windproof coverage with a bit of flair.


    Note that though the listing says they're touchscreen gloves, the reviewers seem to go 50/50 when it comes to them actually functioning on phone screens. So they're a really good pair of everyday gloves, but I wouldn't recommend ordering if you require touchscreen capabilities.

    Promising review: "I ordered these in desperation because they offered next day delivery. They arrived on time, are very attractive, and comfortable. My hands are very painful when they get cold so I go to lengths to avoid that, and these are great for driving or normal running about. The material blocks wind enough for those tasks. They are not water-resistant, so I use different gloves when clearing snow off the car, etc." —J. Pettit

    Price: $9.99 (available in four colors)

    If you're not into fleece, check out the polyester version.

    8. Quilted *breathable* Carhartt gloves with a insulation and a waterproof, sweat-wicking inserts so activities like shoveling the walk or throwing snow balls should be a breeze.


    Promising review: "Due to the low price I was a bit leery of these gloves, but when I got them I was pleasantly surprised. I bought them for my 14-year-old daughter, they are a tad big on her but not uncomfortable. They don’t fall off and she uses them most every day. They fit my hands pretty perfectly with lots of room to move. These gloves are thick, soft in the inside, and have a nice strap to tighten so snow won’t get in. The best part is they are warm in cold weather, Wisconsin cold weather." —Aryn Amber

    Price: $20.47+ (available in four colors and four women's sizes)

    9. Dewalt thermal insulated gloves — they could be just the thing for feeling your hands while you're riding your motorcycle, sorting frozen food at work, and so many other things., Amazon

    Promising review: "These gloves ROCK! Comfy, warm, durable, and cheap. My friend started using gloves like these for motorcycling and said they worked fine and far cheaper than motorcycle gloves. They didn’t have my size at Ace so I purchased these and WOW. Love, love love these gloves. It’s fall here so wearing them for bicycling, etc. So comfortable and warm. I’m telling everyone. Update: Now using them SKIING in low 30s. Best value gloves I’ve ever found (hands down..NPI lol)" —Robert J Hendriksen

    Price: $11.55

    10. Stretchy Isotoner gloves with leather palms and chevron details you can leave tucked in your coat pockets for days of mild winter weather. And they're water-repellant!


    Promising review: "Not being used for warmth, but more for keeping my hands protected from some of the elements while driving in colder weather. These gloves are great. The material is thin, but as long as you are not driving in sub zero temps that shouldn't be a deal breaker. The leather strips help keep my grip on the steering wheel while I drive and the thinner material allows some hand flexibility while I'm driving. I like to be able to grab my coffee mug without fear that I might drop it in my lap because I can't feel the cup because I have too much glove material in the way. These are perfect for me and I love having them around when the weather starts to turn colder." —WingsFan4Life

    Price: $17.63+ (available in 13 colors and several women's sizes )

    Also check out some similar Isotoner gloves.

    11. Stretchy convertible mittens that switch to fingerless gloves (and are also reflective!) will make any outdoor runner leap with joy! And then jog some bc they wait for no one.


    Promising review: "I work outside and wanted some gloves that would allow me dexterity while keeping most of my hand warm. I also wanted a good fit. Knit nor leather have worked. I saw these, thought they were a bit expensive, but read the description and crossed my fingers. At first glance I wasn't impressed. A bit thin. I tried them on. Hmm, nice and snug, a good fit. Went to work. Oh my! These gloves work wonderfully! I even put them on cold hands, and my hands got warm! Not sweaty, just comfortable. I really am impressed. They are more than worth price." —Michele Halliwell

    Price: $30 (available in S/M, M/L)

    Also check out some thermal knit convertible gloves/mittens.

    12. Women's waterproof Burton mittens with a pocket for hand warmers (or ski passes) so you can spend even more time hitting the slopes.


    BTW, these have touchscreen technology, but some reviewers say it doesn't work very well. So don't buy these *just* for that feature.

    Promising review: "Favorite mittens. Seriously the best in my opinion and I have been doing ski/snowboard sports for years. I really like these because of the features and variety of colors/patterns. The wrist strap is especially useful, since I frequently take off the gloves during a typical snowboarding day. Since I frequently take off the gloves, having the liners underneath is a necessity. My phone's touch screen isn't super responsive to these gloves, but I don't mind much. There are two cinches to keep the snow out of your mittens and the mittens on your hands...has a small pocket for hand warmers. Very warm and waterproof, would recommend!" —Monica

    Price: $69.95+ (available in five color combos and sizes XS–XL)

    Check out the Burton gloves with the same insulation technology.

    13. And some insulted mittens with adjustable wrist openings made to keep your hands feeling warm in temps as low as -40°F. (Hopefully you won't have a reason to test that, though.)


    Just so you know, reviewers recommending sizing up one.

    Promising review: "I was skeptical about the claims surrounding these mittens. I just gave them their trial by fire (or snow, actually) this past evening. They performed perfectly, and my hands didn't get the least bit cold despite shoveling snow and running a snowblower for almost an hour and 1/2. Previously, I've purchased more expensive mittens that were polyester insulated, and the polyester would cave and stop insulating in places where I was touching cold metal, like a shovel or snowblower. The Thinsulate insulation in these mittens performed flawlessly. I'm still a bit dubious about the -40°F rating. But I can attest that they work flawlessly at 20° above zero." —minnesota reader

    Price: $21.86 (available in two color combos and sizes M–2XL)

    14. Men's waterproof ski gloves as a thin solution to frozen digits on the slopes.


    Promising review: "So far so good I used them on my commute in -7F (-21C) and my fingers were way warmer than with my old gloves. Pretty happy with my purchase and the quality of the gloves. I must warn you that the gloves are pretty bulky but that is to be expected. Two days in a row with warm fingers makes me a happy man. Normal walking commute is 15–20 minutes to the train every day in the morning and back in the evening. It is in Chicago's blustery cold and wind. Have I worn better gloves? Yes at 4X the price point. These are exactly what I need and I think would hold up well on a good ski vacation too." —im_it1234

    Price: $21.99+ (available in two colors and sizes M–XL)

    Check out another highly rated pair of men's waterproof ski gloves for slightly cheaper. Or if you can afford them, check out some highly rated men's Burton Gore-Tex gloves that are more expensive.

    15. Polar fleece driving gloves with a deerskin palm to lend some extra grip.


    Promising review: "These are excellent for framing/construction in Lake Tahoe during the winter. I own many pairs of high-end, expensive gloves and these are my go-to." —Belen recalde

    Price: $18.99 (available in four colors and sizes S–2XL)

    16. And some fleece work gloves if you need a little more range of movement for tasks that require a lot of dexterity in temps that aren't *too* frigid.


    Promising review: "The gloves are high quality and warm for the cold weather. I am a horticulturist at a botanical garden and constantly planting in the soil and they seem to hold up very well. I think they are warm but your fingertips still will freeze if it is very cold outside, but really there are no gloves that would take care of this issue that have this amount of dexterity for technical work like container gardening, planting, pruning, etc. I recommend them for the quality and soft comfort with protection from things in the soil while planting." —learner

    Price: $19.99+ (available in 12 color combos and sizes XS–2XL)

    17. Kid's waterproof mittens with extra-long sleeves for a toasty fit during the most epic of snowball fights.


    Promising review: "I LOVE these mittens for my daughter. I got the large for my 5-year-old. She wore them sledding at school today and I walked in with her after she had been outside awhile — her hands were toasty warm (sweating hot she told me). I just ordered a pair for my 2-year-old (after three pairs of different mittens didn't work well). I was on a mission to find good mittens and these are it for sure!" —MariDolphin

    Price: $15.95 (available in three colors and sizes S–L)

    Also check out some kid's waterproof mittens with normal sleeves and toddler waterproof mittens.

    18. A three-pack of stretchable kid's gloves you'll be so glad you bought when their old pair goes MIA. (Psst, they also come with cute animals and robots!)


    Promising review: "Good size for my 5-year-old boy. It is soft and comfortable, which is perfect for his skating class. And these three pairs are differently sized, which is good for one boy. My son starting with the smallest one." —Amazon Customer

    Price: $13.99 (available in four design combos and two kid's sizes)

    19. Knit touchscreen gloves with a wool lining to keep you perfectly warm right when the group chat fires up while you're walking the dog.


    Promising review: "Bought these gloves because I am a college student in Michigan. The winters are brutal and I usually talk on the phone while I walk to and from class. On really cold days (which are most days in the winter here) my hands ache while holding my phone as I walk to and from classes on campus. I couldn't wear regular mittens because it defeated the purpose when I had to use my touchscreen phone. I went on Amazon and found these gloves. They're so cute and warm and work on my phone, I am thoroughly happy with my purchase." —Clair

    Price: $6.99+ (available in six colors and sizes M–L)

    20. Kid's waterproof ski gloves that'll mind their digits while they get their snow legs. (Are snow legs a thing? I dunno.)


    Promising review: "My 4-year-old has worn these for the last two winters. He loves them! When he comes inside after playing in the snow and takes them off, his hands are warm." —Amazon Customer

    Price: $16.99+ (available in 13 color combos and sizes 3–15 years)

    Also check out the same gloves in solid colors.

    21. Wool gloves with thinsulate protection and fleece lining so numb hands can be a thing that's OTHER people's problem, k?


    Promising review: "Very nice!! I just had them on in 17 degree weather digging around my car with a shovel! My hands were toasty. Size is always an issue when ordering online and I have medium to large hands! So the sizing cones in two sizes SM/MD and L/XL! I went with the larger size! I usually wear a large. These gloves fit, but the finger length is a little long on the pinky and pointing finger! But I always have this problem. (I think I would need custom-made gloves lol!) Anyway, if you want a very warm glove that is wool, instead of the snow ski–looking glove then this is the way to go! I did have my hands in the snow and they did not get wet." —The tricter

    Price: $17.99+ (available in nine colors and three sizes)

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