Vbiger Outdoor, Cycling, Driving, Touchscreen Gloves #Review

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I am always on the lookout for warm gloves that have a little grip, and are touchscreen capable for tailgating.  Some gloves are soft, warm and have the touchscreen fingertips but whatever I am holding tends to slip out of my hand after a while.

I was approached by VBIGER  to do a review on a pair of their gloves for free.  I chose to review the Vbiger Outdoor Cycling Driving Warm Touchscreen Gloves in Grey2.

These gloves have stretch fleece, silica gel printing for grip, and conductive cotton so you can use your touch screen device.

I ordered a size large and am glad I did. My fingers are very long, and my fingers barely fit in these gloves. However the gloves almost seem a little baggy side to side, because my hand is very thin.  Vbiger-Outdoor-Cycling-Driving-Warm-Touchscreen-Gloves-in-Grey2-Back-Of-Hand

The soft fleece material is on the inside of the glove which feels great on your fingers.  We have had an unseasonably warm December here in Western New York so It has been hard to judge how warm these gloves are. However, I suspect they aren’t as warm as I had hoped. I think these would be fine for driving but for cleaning snow off my car, and using the snow blower I would want something thicker and more water-resistant.  Vbiger-Outdoor-Cycling-Driving-Warm-Touchscreen-Gloves-in-Grey2-palm

I noticed on the Amazon page that different colors seem to have different brand names and logos, and different patterns of silica gel printing for grip.  The color I chose seemed to have the least amount of silica gel printing for grip, but other reviewers who chose other colors complained that the gloves were too stiff.

 

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Disclosure: I was provided an Amazon gift card to use towards the purchase of these gloves. All opinions are my own.

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