Mujjo, the people behind the high quality touchscreen gloves that I previewed last year, have just released a premium leather glove with touchscreen technology. Made of the finest Ethiopian lambskin, the glove has been uniquely designed from the ground up to be touchscreen compatible. The leather is soft, warm and durable like one would expect from excellent leather. Contemporary, balanced and elegant design combined with an unprecedented touchscreen experience make these gloves truly unique. A special treatment makes the leather wind- and waterproof, soil resistant and provides excellent anti-microbial properties.
Design, detail and finish: The glove has two press studs on the heel to which the leather strap can be fastened depending on wrist size of the user. The leather strap crosses a notch on the wrist boasting a contemporary yet quintessential urban look. The matte finishing of the leather, the sophisticated matte black leather button and a slant line on the heel of the glove contribute to a well balanced minimal but unique look. The design is the result of a careful study into the best way to balance performance, aesthetics and an unrestricted touchscreen experience. Highly skilled European artisans, who guarantee the utmost attention to detail and precision throughout the entire gloves, craft each piece.
The Mujjo leather touchscreen gloves don't come cheap, at a price of €129.95 Euros, but if they are anything like their cheaper knitted cousins, then they will be worth every cent.
For more information on these or other touchscreen gloves in the Mujjo range, then head over to mujjo.com