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Whether you are an avid skier or just someone trying to survive a New York winter unscathed, we’re getting to that time of the year when venturing outdoors with naked fingers is pure agony. Not only is it time to dust off your winter coats, sweaters, and boots, but also to start stocking up on winter gloves. It’s a good idea to just go ahead and buy a variety of pairs so you’re not caught bare-handed in the freezing winds.
To help find the best winter gloves out there, we spoke with stylists and outdoor experts to get their picks. From everyday wool pairs and leather ones for much needed drama to even a heavy-duty waterproof pair for snow-day activities and plenty that work with a touchscreen (of course, since we’re all addicted to our phones), here are 21 pairs to consider buying before it’s too late.
Uniqlo Cashmere Knitted Gloves
If you’re unsure where to begin when it comes to gloves, a solid cashmere pair will not steer you wrong. This pair features wide ribbing for easy styling and comes in eight colors for lots of options. The only downside with cashmere is that it requires dry cleaning, but your warm hands will thank you later.
The North Face Women’s Etip Recycled Glove
Outdoor writer Ebony Roberts loves these gloves for their practicality and warmth, plus they are tech-friendly. “They’re a big step up from cheap knit gloves that are slippery, get soaked with wet snow, and leave your hands cold. The Etips are fleece-lined without being bulky, so they’re perfect for chilly early-morning dog walks, running errands, or hitting up the playground with my son,” Roberts says. “The partial palm grips are useful but not too sticky, and they can be clipped together when not in use, which is great because over the two seasons I’ve worn them, I haven’t lost one yet.” Deputy style editor Joanna Nikas also has them and agrees, adding that they are not too bulky and look sleek.
$45at The North Face
Coco Flip-Top Mittens
Apparis is known for the soft faux fur its products are made of, and these mittens are no exception. Equipped with a flip-and-fasten, these dual gloves come in neutrals as well as fun colors like hot pink and blue.
$58at Saks Fifth Avenue
Moshi Digits Winter Touchscreen Gloves
These gloves from Amazon feature touchscreen capability on all ten fingers (and it actually works) and a gripped interior to hold your phone — and they’re made from micro-fleece for extra warmth. No matter the gadget, these gloves won’t keep you from TikTok or your text messages.
Canada Goose Arctic Down Gloves
Canada Goose is known for its luxurious puffer jackets, and its gloves are just as effective. These high-performance gloves are down filled, with a durable water-resistant shell that guarantees to keep you dry. Plus, they have adjustable locks at the wrist to seal in warmth and extra-long fleece storm cuffs.
$225at Canada Goose
Color-Block Leather Gloves
With their fall color palette, these gloves make the cold bearable. Crafted from leather, wool, and cotton, they’re insulated with a cashmere lining so you don’t have to choose style over function.
Carhartt Women’s Quilts Insulated Gloves
Puffers are a staple coat every winter because they’re reliably warm, and your hands can enjoy the same thing, too. Made from an insulated material, these gloves are waterproof and breathable and have a soft lining on the interior to wick away sweat in case they are too warm. They also feature a band to secure the lining to the glove, as well as a clasp to attach them to one another in case you’re forgetful.
From $28at Amazon
Sweaty Betty Run Gloves
For any outdoor activity in the cold, these are your answer. These polyester gloves keep you warm while maintaining full function, including being able to use a phone. Plus, they have reflective details that enhance visibility in low light and at night so you can stay safe and warm outside, even if the sun is setting at 3 p.m.
$48at Sweaty Betty
Classic Runway Glove
While fashion editor Bella Gerard used to go out of her way to avoid gloves, she told the Cut that lately the aesthetic outweighs the impracticality and she’s ready to lean all the way in. Her favorites? The Seymoure Classic Runway Gloves. “Sex and the City stylist Patricia Fields is a fan, and the supple Italian leather and great fit won me over the first time I tried them on,” she says.
Prada Nappa Leather Gloves With Pouch
Stylist Tori López has been eyeing these Prada leather gloves for a while now and is almost ready to purchase. “The glove itself is very practical — made of lustrous nappa leather to keep your hands warm despite it also having an impractical pouch that might fit nothing but some loose change,” she says. “This juxtaposition immediately had me sold. They come in multiple colorways, but the black will surely go with any coat of your choosing.”
Zara Leather Gloves
Made from leather, these light pink gloves from Zara will be the perfect statement piece of any outfit.
Amour Chunky Arm Warmers
Even if you aren’t a glove person, your arms probably get cold during the winter months, making these chunky knit arm warmers the perfect compromise. They have ribbed detailing and thumbholes at both wrists, so you can wear alone or over another pair of gloves for extra warmth.
$38at Free People
Terka Ski Mittens
These metallic ski mittens will have you shining out on the slopes. Made with recycled polyester for extra warmth and padding, they feature a Velcro closing to keep them nice and snug. Even if you tend to watch rather than ski, these are still a great option.
Fingerless Wool Gloves
If you’re not a glove person but you just deal with cold hands, fingerless gloves may be the way to go. You can wear them without feeling like you’re restricted, and even though the tips of your fingers will still be a little chilly, everything else should be warm. These classic black gloves are made from wool to keep you warm.
Recycled Cashmere Blend Fingerless Gloves
If you’re looking to invest in a fingerless pair of gloves, these are made from a recycled cashmere blend and are like a sweater for your hands (even if they’re not covering your fingers).
This article was originally published on November 21, 2019. It has been updated throughout. If you buy something through our links, New York may earn an affiliate commission.
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