Mujjo has maintained the gloves’ conductive properties while drastically refining the design. This time around, the fabric is impregnated with a highly conductive treatment, before being sewn into a slim, stretchy profile to fit your hand. It works all the time, every time.
After all, no one wants to take their glove off to scroll through Instagram, we’re better than that.
A Stealthy Look
We’ve perfectly blended in the tech so that it complements the stealthy look of the glove, the fabric is impregnated with a highly conductive treatment before being weaved into a slim, stretchy profile to fit your hand. The glove mimics the conductive properties of the skin, making it touchscreen compatible.
The result is a sophisticated, clean glove that won’t let you down when the weather turns. Go forth unto the cold, and do your thing. Our gloves have got you covered. Literally.
First off, we’ve engineered a durable triple-layer top, laminated with 3MTM ThinsulateTM in a ‘sandwich’ construction for excellent insulation, which makes these gloves perfectly wind-resistant.
The stretch-knit fleece fabric stretches 4 ways for a comfortable pre-curved fit that immediately tailors to the shape of your hand. The stretch cuff seals snugly around the wrist, and keeps out the cold air.
As well as being sturdy and durable on the outside, the gloves are lined with a soft layer of integrated fleece that makes them soft, warm and comfortable on the inside.
Simple. Sleek. Secure.
We’ve also completely rethought the layout of the silicone pattern and made it look much cleaner. The gloves are uniquely designed with optimized grip lines, made from sticky silicone, and strategically placed on the prevalent parts of your hand that touch your device. So, even on wet and stormy days, your phone will stay tightly nestled in your palm.
Competitors' touchscreen gloves are often restricted to functionality in one or two fingertips. In contrast, Mujjo’s touchscreen gloves offer a very accurate and responsive touchscreen experience, enabling the user to use all fingers – and even the palm of their hand.