FormTouch gloves are new weatherproof gloves that can be used with any touch screen device. Created by Hiaq Thermal, these gloves allow users to operate touch screen devices even in the coldest weather. Combining the warmth of advanced insulating materials, dexterity, fit and style, FormTouch Weatherproof Gloves allow users to protect their hands in the coldest or wettest weather while still easily using their touch screens. Now, the creators of FormTouch have launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for the production of this unique product.
Warm, form-fitting and waterproof, the sleek, thin design of FormTouch gloves offer comfort and dexterity so that they can easily be used with a touchscreen device of any type. Lined with a unique substance called Aerogel, an insulating material that is more than 10 times warmer than wool, these gloves provide complete protection from cold.
Additionally, the hydrophobic outer coating whisks away snow and rain to protect the hands completely, even in the wettest weather. The gloves fit tightly with four-way stretch material to provide a very smooth, sleek surface without bulk. Six unisex sizes are available to fit every customer, from children to adults.
Pledge levels range from $5 to $150, with prizes from beer cozies to pairs of FormTouch Weatherproof Gloves.
For more information on the specific prizes associated with each pledge level, visit the Kickstarter page at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1213182284/formtouch-the-ultimate-touchscreen-gloves.
All funds contributed will be used in the development, manufacture and distribution of FormTouch Weatherproof Gloves.
About FormTouch Weatherproof Gloves:
FormTouch Weatherproof Gloves are a type of glove that is made of a unique, stretchy and strong material that is completely waterproof and weatherproof. Inside, the gloves are filled with Aerogel, a substance that gives them lightweight flexibility, strength and incredible insulation. These gloves not only keep hands warm and dry but enable users to operate their touch screen devices even in the coldest or wettest weather without taking off their gloves. The creators have now launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise production funds.