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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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    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
    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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    Aerostitch was willing to basically do whatever I asked them to do, from changing sizes to providing a credit. I didn't like the elk hide roper gloves. The stitching was where I needed it to be, so I shipped them back for a refund.

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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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    Any Glove worked great on my Held kangaroo gloves.

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    I have a Garmin Montana GPS and my HELD gloves work great even with the anti-glare sheet applied to GPS.

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