SeirusSoundTouch All Weather Glove - Women's

An insulator glove you can use with a touchscreen phone or MP3 player.

Built into the pointer finger of the Seirus Women's SoundTouch All Weather Glove is a unique touchscreen pad that allows you to operate your touchscreen phone or MP3 player without removing your glove. This lightweight insulating glove is warm, dexterous, and easy to wear underneath a heavier glove in bitterly cold weather or alone in more mild temperatures.

  • Weathershield shell resists moisture and external precipitation
  • Fleece lining feels smooth against your skin and provides warmth
  • UltraGrip palm offers a secure grip on your board, skis, or poles
  • Form fit shape sits close to your hand for dexterity
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Brilliant gloves!

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
  • Fit: True to size

I bought these gloves for my wife and she loves them for winter wear. They're warm and work great when she's playing on her phone.

Warm and totally functional

    I'm waiting for these gloves to not be enough to keep warm, but they are still super warm. The snow season has begun for my area and they are keeping my hands nice and warm. The fingers aren't quite long enough (though the thumbs are a little too long, go figure) but still very useful for me. With the ability to still take pictures or geocache with my phone, there's no reason to take these off. I'm very happy with this purchase.

    Not bad but not "All-Weather"

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    I am a vendor at an out door market and got these for the cold, wet, windy weather during the winter and spring months. They are definitely warm and the touch screen capability is great but waterproof they are not. After 30 minutes of setting up in the rain they felt like ice cold sponges wrapped around my hands and it took hours next to a space heater to dry them back out. By no means a bad glove, especially if you're not using them in wet environments, but not as weather-proof as they claim.

    Warm and flexible

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs small

    Clearly mittens are best for subzero conditions, but if you need the dexterity of your digits, this gloves' warmth and flexibility will give it to you. This is my second pair and I think the finger length runs a little shorter then the previous, so maybe size up. Aesthetically they are a little shiny but probably an unavailable characteristic for a fabric that both shields and breathes. I could have done without the finger branding of "ST" (trust me I'm not going to forget which finger tip has the giant nugget on it and what it's for). Overall this is a great glove.