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    Gloves that are TOUCH SCREEN compatible

    Can anyone make a recommendation(s) for gloves that are touch screen compatible?

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    Aerostich has some. http://www.aerostich.com/

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    One of the bike rags had an article about a product to apply to glove tips to get to work on touch screens. Very recent- try a web search.
    But where I live any glove works- its humid enough here that dry gloves being total insulator is pretty much a fantasy..

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    The bike rag is Motorcycle Consumer News, July 2013, p.48. The product is called Anyglove.
    http://www.anyglove.com/
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    +1 for Anyglove

    Just got some Anyglove for leather, works GREAT.

    FYI- 2 Formulas, Leather & Non Leather.

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    There any many different types of touch screen technology -- whether you need special gloves -- depends on what you have.

    Good article: http://www.computerworld.com/s/artic..._touch_screens
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    TouchTec gloves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_F View Post
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    Held does not offer touch screen gloves

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    Quote Originally Posted by r184 View Post
    Aerostich has some. http://www.aerostich.com/
    I ordered Aerostitch's Elk hide touch screen gloves..............At first blush, not happy with them! I've emailed AEROSTITCH with my concerns, waiting for their response. I'll follow up with when I hear back from AEROSTITCH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 73516 View Post
    Can anyone make a recommendation(s) for gloves that are touch screen compatible?
    Your current ones, with this silver conductive thread kit. Worked for me...

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    My Lee Parks gloves worked OK as touch screen gloves until I washed them. For some reason they now work perfect and more comfortable to boot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommcgee View Post
    There any many different types of touch screen technology -- whether you need special gloves -- depends on what you have.

    Good article: http://www.computerworld.com/s/artic..._touch_screens
    Exactly! My phone for example is looking for, I would assume the touch or heat difference of an actual finger. A stylus will not work and when pushing the screen there's no movement. My Garmin Zumo on the other hand works with gloves and you can see the screen "push in" when you touch it.
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    Any Glove worked great on my Held kangaroo gloves.

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