The Leather Crochet Touchscreen gloves by Mujjo is a carefully designed and made to last, crafted out of a well-considered combination of leather and crocheted cotton. With cashmere lining.
With a pair of leather gloves for use on touchscreens by Mujjo you can take any call, wearing leather gloves! Regular leather gloves don’t work with touchscreens; the leather gloves by Mujjo work flawlessly with almost every touchscreen, enabled by revolutionary nanotechnology.
Material & Design
Made of the finest Ethiopian lambskin and Egyptian cotton. Cashmere lining.
Ethiopian lampskin is known for offering the best isolation properties of any kind of leather, 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. A special treatment makes the leather windproof and waterproof, soil resistant and provides excellent anti-microbial properties. The lambskin is lined with 100% soft cashmere to keep the damp, cold winter weather at bay.
Domesticated in antiquity, the extra long staple cotton used for the crochet pattern is made from the Gossypium barbadense plant. Expertly woven from high quality fibers, the cotton yarn is smaller in diameter compared to regular cotton yarn, allowing more threads to be woven into a single yarn, creating strong and durable fabric.
The entire glove is lined with cashmere from the grasslands of Inner Mongolia. The lightweight cashmere known for its fine texture makes the gloves soft to touch and offers excellent insulation properties. When wearing our gloves, you'll instantly notice the quality of the materials used through the smooth but warm feel, soft tones and intense color.
Detail and finishing.
Contemporary, balanced and elegant design combined with an unprecedented touchscreen experience, make these gloves truly unique.
Intentionally contrasting material textures of leather and crochet cotton create a noticeable and powerful tension while sleek lines and uniform dark tones amplify harmony. A leather strap crosses a notch on the wrist where a carefully placed sophisticated matte black leather button provides an adjustable snap closure.
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. Highly skilled European artisans, who guarantee the utmost attention to detail and precision throughout the entire gloves, craft each piece.
Evolved from traditional practices, the crochet pattern became popular in Europe during the 19th century. The first published crochet patterns appeared in the Dutch fashion magazine Pénélopé in 1824.
Capacitive touchscreens work by sensing the conductive properties of your skin. Revolutionary nanotechnology integrated into the leather of the gloves mimics the conductive properties of the human skin; this makes the gloves touchscreen compatible.
The nanotechnology functions independent from the human skin, this enables us to fully insulate the gloves with a layer of soft 100% wool lining. The leather fully retains its characteristics, affording the wearer maximum comfort and dexterity just like any other glove. The gloves are designed from the ground up for the purpose of an unrestricted touchscreen experience.
Other touchscreen gloves are often restricted to functionality in one or two fingertips. In contrast, Mujjo’s touchscreen gloves offer an unrestricted touchscreen experience and enable you to use all your fingertips and even the palm of your hand. No more metal dots or silly patches that offer limited use.
Compatible with almost every touchscreen
Mujjo's leather crochet touchscreen gloves work with all capacitive touchscreen devices including - but not limited to - iPhone 6 (and earlier models), Galaxy, HTC, LG or whatever touchscreen phone you're using. They even work on your iPad.
The touchscreen gloves are the signature design piece of Mujjo, as the company started out by making knitted winter gloves that work on touchscreens.