Touch Technology Gloves from Fraas

Last Updated on February 12, 2022 by Ellen Christian

Why do I need touch technology gloves? I totally admit to being addicted to my iPhone.  I take it with me everywhere I go and rarely am I not checking emails or social media.  Unfortunately, I also hate cold weather and my hands get cold easily.  I’ve even been known to put my gloves on in the grocery store freezer section.

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Touch technology gloves

Touch technology gloves

When I wear normal gloves, I cannot make the touch screen work on my iPhone.  I find myself putting on my gloves, then taking them off when I get a notification of a message or need to make a call. Then I put them back on again and the cycle repeats itself over and over again.  This is extremely annoying and doesn’t do a whole bunch to keep my hands warm.

Fraas has added touch screen compatible gloves to its product line.  They offer three different styles – a long scrunch, a ruffle, and a bow.  With all the different available colors, this makes a total of twenty two different options to chose from.   These gloves are an acrylic/cotton/poly/metallic blend are available in grey, blue-grape, black, rose, chartreuse, camel (pictured), teal and dark red.

Touch technology gloves

These gloves are super soft and comfortable and my tech-addicted daughter was thrilled to find out that they really do allow her to use her iPhone while she’s wearing them.   The ruffle at the wrist makes them just dressy enough to work for both casual and more formal wear.  Fraas technology gloves are available by calling 212-575-0191.  Select styles may also be found at and on Amazon. Suggested retail price $30.

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