Hightech meets fashion with Muzzo’s revolutionary leather touchscreen gloves
With a passion for creating beautiful and minimal designs, the Dutch designer label for mobile accessories Mujjo, noted for its hand-stitched winter ‘texting’ gloves that work on touchscreens, has now introduced the $168 leather gloves integrated with nanotechnology, to work impeccably with almost every capacitive touchscreen device. Crafted out of the finest Ethiopian lambskin, Mujjo’s wind and waterproof gloves boasts an incredible design, detail and matte finishing for an unrestricted touchscreen experience that enables the wearer to use all his fingertips, including the palm, significantly improving user experience of your touchscreen devices.
Uniquely designed from the ground up to be advanced high-end touchscreen compatible, the leather gloves uses nanotechnology which mimics human skin’s conductive properties, and functions independently, allowing the wearer to fully insulate this leather gloves with a layer of cozy 100% wool lining that impressively keeps the damp, cold winter weather at bay.
To craft the leather glove, the designers at Mujjo used the finest Ethiopian leather which is known for offering unparalleled isolation properties.
And, the design also includes two press studs on the heel to which the leather strap can be fastened depending on wrist size of the user.
However, Mujjo’s knit version of touchscreen gloves are available in different shades for just $39.