Tough Cookie Mommy
I never leave my house without my smartphone. There are just too many things that I manage through my phone to ever be caught without it. While I love having a touch screen that puts everything at my disposal with just a quick touch or a mere swipe of the hand, it’s hard to do so during the cold winter months when I have gloves on.
I had no idea, however, that U|R® POWERED created an innovative and invisible solution that enables you to operate touch screen devices with all five fingers without taking your gloves off! The best part is that they have made these gloves to not only be functional but to also be stylish and fashionable.
The U|R® POWERED collection comes in a variety of styles, materials and colors for men and women. Their connected accessories also include audio headwear; hats, headbands and earmuffs with built-in headphones that allow for simple audio integration. Imagine being able to keep your ears nice and toasty while also listening to your favorite tunes or answering phone calls with the swipe of a finger!
I had the opportunity to review the Mila Tech Spandex Touch Screen Glove. They boast a powered spandex palm and body and a detailed ruched back. Upon trying them on, I loved how they fit and the fact that they weren’t thick and bulky. Not only did they look great on me, but they also worked perfectly on my smartphone touch screen. This has been especially helpful during this polar vortex that has descended upon New York City these past couple of weeks.
My husband is in love with the Calum Leather and Tech Stretch Touch Screen Glove. I have to admit that I even liked their combination of leather and sheepskin with Microfur lining. His hands are always cold and he really likes being able to maintain warm hands and be able to use his new phone too!
The U|R® POWERED collection is available for purchase at http://www.urpowered.com/ and leading retailers. Make sure you check out them out soon so you don’t get left out in the cold!
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