Thicker, warmer touch gloves. Comfortable, snug fit and 10-finger touchscreen functionality. Works on all smartphones and tablets.
Normal gloves don’t work on touchscreens. That’s why Agloves introduced revolutionary, 10-finger touch gloves that work on all devices: iPhones, Androids, iPads, Evos. Agloves Original integrate patent-pending silver- technology into each and every fiber of the glove, packing optimized conductivity and thermoregulation into every pair. No more biting off your glove and freezing your fingertips this winter. You can now answer calls and text without removing your gloves – with Agloves!
Text, type, swipe and scroll just like you would with your bare hand. Agloves Sports’ seamless knit stretches around your fingers for greater comfort and the most dexterous touch. Touch gloves shouldn’t make typos. These gloves work like your bare hand.
Keeping “on-the-go” people, moving.
Whether you are walking, cycling, jogging or training for your next triathlon, don’t break stride to change your music playlist or answer a quick call. Agloves Sport move as fast as you go. Touch gloves with precision touch. Made with extra silver to keep your fingers toasty warm. A snug cuff keeps the wind out.
Thicker = Warmer.
Silver is a natural thermoregulator – meaning it traps heat back to its source – keeping you warm. In the 80s, scientists used silver in space blankets to give astronauts warmth. Silver is also a well-documented antimicrobial material. Agloves Sport are constructed with 15% real silver yarn using no nickle, copper or tin alloys.
The perfect gift for you all-season athlete or runner. Gloves for iPods. Gloves for iPhones.
Acrylic fiber is known for being soft and warm with a wool-like feel. It is also known for being very resilient compared to other synthetics. Acrylic fiber is also quick-drying and breathable.
Posted by Myra on 17th Dec 2014
I have 4 pairs of Agloves and this is my second Sport, I definitely recommend them.
(Although the recent pair I bought seems more like the 'normal' pair I own, not as hardy as the old Sport.)
The full-range touchscreen capability is useful for smartphones, tablets, and trackpads. Wear only Agloves while driving for example, or layer them underneath heavier gloves for, say, skiing.
I recommend Agloves over any other touchscreen glove.
The only downside is that the threads catch easily on velcro or keychains, and after a couple of years the fingertips can get ragged enough they don't work perfectly. But they still work :)
Works great with the iPhone 6, but I foolishly got a glass screen-protector for mine and now the gloves don't really work. Nice protection. Not worth not being able to use my Agloves!
Posted by Ricardo on 10th Dec 2014
This is very strange. The gloves work perfectly on my old iPhone 5S but NOT on the new iPhone 6+ screen.
Posted by Unknown on 9th Dec 2014
Very nice, thin appropriately fitting gloves, but calling them "sport" gloves is a bit misleading. They are thin and simple fabric. Nothing to improve grip, and would not be very useful below freezing. The touchscreen feature works extremely well. I just wish you would make some real sport gloves that would maintain the feature.
Posted by Steve W on 5th Dec 2014
I can't review rhem. They have not yet arrived.
Posted by Unknown on 4th Dec 2014
I have Raynaud's so my hands are constantly cold. I wear these gloves frequently. I can use any touchscreen devices and they are thin enough to layer in heavier gloves when the weather is really cold. They are suprisingly warm. I also wear them when my hands are cold inside and they are thin enough for tasks requiring dexterity. I own five pair and keep them everywhere.
Posted by Rachael Scheib on 26th Nov 2014
These gloves are fantastic! Cold days and talking on the smart phone now with warm hands! I have given these gloves to my family and friends and this year bought more for the office peeps- the gift everyone Needs.
Posted by Unknown on 26th Nov 2014
While I was excited to receive my new Agloves, I was disappointed to see that the quality of their gloves has gone down (quality in the sense of texture and comfort, not functionality - they still work very well on my Apple phone). I had purchased Agloves a couple years ago, at which time the texture of the gloves was softer and way more comfortable. The new generation of Agloves are noticeably thinner and scratchier. I didn't expect this kind of change to the integrity of the glove. I'm not convinced the price matches the quality anymore.
Overall I still prefer Agloves to non-touch gloves.
Posted by Chris on 25th Nov 2014
These gloves having silver provides 3 benefits: touchscreen use, warmth, and antimicrobial properties.
1. I cannot review the antimicrobial properties because I have not taken cultures of my hands with and without these gloves, but I can say that at the animal hospital I work at we use silver sulfadiazine cream for a number of issues, mainly burns.
2. As far as touch screen use, they do not work as well as fingers directly on a phone, but they work well. I cannot expect them to work as well as fingers directly on my phone. I usually prefer to take my gloves off to text, but for checking something quickly, I usually keep my gloves on. I have texted with them on successfully though - I just had to be a little more mindful of my fingers.
3. These gloves are great for warming. Have you ever done that solar oven experiment as a child where you line a box of some sort with foil and set it in the sun? It feels warm and toasty like you might imagine it would feel inside the solar oven while wearing the gloves; however, it takes while to reach that point when your hands start out very cold. I have slept with these gloves on as well and they retain heat well, but also breathe, so I could enjoy warm hands, but not so much that I get sweaty hands. While wearing them with mild to moderate wind I feel that I have never lost heat due to the breathability that I just mentioned.
I have had my pair for at least 3 years now, and just bought a 2nd pair as a gift.
Posted by Susie Wargin on 24th Nov 2014
I've been using Agloves since they first hit the market and am SO excited the company is still going. The gloves are perfect for my morning winter runs and function as advertised for everyday use as well!
Posted by Jenna on 20th Nov 2014
As a Reynaud's sufferer, I wear gloves pretty much around the clock from November to March. I love the way these fit and I didn't need an overmitt outside down to about 30F. I find I can type perfectly in them, though have ordered the naturals to see how they do with my handwork. Hopefully business does not lag this Winter with the right gloves!