ABOUT THE PRODUCT:
Zensah Smart Running Gloves keep your fingers warm while still allowing you to operate your touch screen cell phone or iPod.
Zensah's advanced fabric technology provides runners and all athletes with a lightweight glove that still keeps hands warm. Whether used for running or any outdoor sports, the Zensah Smart Running Gloves are the best running gloves available
- Body: 85% Polyamide/15% Elastane, Thumb: 100% Polyester
- Design in Miami
Good fit. Good grip.Good feel.Even under fingerless cycle gloves on cool/cold rides.1
I've run in a variety of gloves from different brands, but the unique design elements to these gloves are what separate them from the rest. In addition to the material in the fingers to operate your phone, the gloves feature grip enhancements in the palm so your phone doesn't slide out of your hand. This is especially helpful if your hand is sweaty! Also, the gloves clip together for when they're not being used. This means no more losing one glove and having to throw out the other. Jackpot! Overall, these are great running gloves and I highly recommend them for all!
Best all around gloves!
I own 6 pairs of these gloves and use them all the time not just for running but when I am out and about and need some extra layers on the hands from the elements.
Love these gloves
Zensah has though of everything with these gloves. They are warm, have reflectors, a tab at the wrist to pull them on easily, you can snap them together when not in use, and the best feature of all is the soft fleece thumb for a quick wipe of your nose on those super cold days. I did a lot of research and couldn’t be happier with these gloves. Highly recommended!!
My favorite running gloves for Seattle
I am a high-output runner in Seattle and need something to keep me warm throughout our humid, cold winters. These do the job well. The characteristics I look for in running gloves in are 1 touchscreen capability 2 clips (so easy to lose otherwise) 3 Won't overheat or soak my gloves with sweat 4 reflective 5 "manual" dexterity (how well my fingers can work with these on) 6 grip These gloves nail the first 5 characteristics. The 6th, grip, could be improved. If I can't grab a hold of something with these gloves, it means there's a lot of "on and off" with these gloves, which increase my chance of losing them. And it's just annoying to take them on/off multiple times to get outside. The most common thing I need to grip are doorknobs, and this is where the gloves fall a little short. The grip for these gloves is all in the palm. Unfortunately, when I grab a doorknob (size medium, 8.5") there is no grip on my palm knuckles or on my fingers. This could potentially be solved with 2 stripes of grip (and I'm just spitballing ideas): 1 across the MCP joints and across the Proximal Phalanges (had to Wikipedia for those words). Getting in and out of the apartment complex is a little frustrating right now. If Zensah manufactured this same glove but with improvement to the grip, I would buy another pair just for that upgrade. That's how much I hate doorknobs right now (: