Glove hands: when you put on a pair of gloves or mittens to warm your hands in cold weather, and suddenly lose the ability to dial, text, pick up small items with finesse, or do any number of other things you didn’t wholly appreciate being able to do before you put on the gloves.
Until now, the solution had always been, of course, to strip off the gloves, do what you need to do until your hands begin to go numb from cold, and then put the gloves back on. Always repeating as necessary.
Now you can keep your gear on and perform feats of manual dexterity with Freehands gloves. The gloves themselves are very warm and cozy, but the pointer and thumb tips fold back to allow you a little fingertip freedom. Like the name implies, your fingertips are free to do the things you do without gloves, but while wearing them. And the caps are magnetically secured, so you don’t have to worry about them popping open when you don’t want them to. The glove backs are wind- and waterproof, and the palms have a palm patch for extra grip.
If you’re ready to hit the slopes (or even somewhere more pedestrian) and would like to sport a pair of these warm and useful gloves – you’re in luck. We have two pairs to give away to our lucky readers, you choose the Men’s or Women’s size. These Freehands, along with other cute and functional gloves, can be found at the company’s website (check out the red cashmere for Valentine’s Day!).