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11 Best Women’s Winter Gloves and Mittens on Amazon, According to Hyperenthusiastic Reviewers

Here at the Strategist, we like to think of ourselves as crazy (in the good way) about the stuff we buy, but as much as we’d like to, we can’t try everything. Which is why we have People’s Choice, in which we find the best-reviewed (that’s four-to-five-star reviews and lots of ‘em) products and single out the most convincing. While we’ve written about men’s winter boots, a pair of Heattech gloves, and even the best ski and snowboard gear that’s available on Amazon before, we’ve gone deep here on the best women’s winter gloves and mittens you can find on Amazon. (Note that reviews have been edited for length and clarity.)

Best touchscreen-friendly leather gloves under $50

Women’s Lambskin Touchscreen Texting Leather Gloves Winter Lined Long Sleeves

4.7 stars, 275 reviews

“These are awesome. I used the size chart to select a medium, and I was nervous, but they fit absolutely perfectly. (BTW, I have super-short fingernails due to my job; if I had long fingernails, like many women do, I would have had to order a size up, I think. I did notice immediately because for once, I found gloves that don’t have half an inch of extra material at the end of each finger!) Also the length up my forearm is simply exactly what I was looking for. They’re as soft as you imagine they would be, maybe even softer (with a fluffy lining, but not overly so), and with the perfect fit, they’re absolutely flexible, not tight at all. They definitely feel as durable as leather should feel. I wore them out for a walk in the cold (37 degrees Fahrenheit), and my hands were comfy-warm. Yup, I think these are worth every penny, and I definitely recommend them!”

These gloves are almost sold out, but a similar style of touchscreen-friendly leather glove is available with fleece lining for $20 or cashmere lining for $28.

Best leather mittens with interior glove fingers

Pratt and Hart Women’s Winter Deerskin Leather Mittens With Finger Liners

4.6 stars, 141 reviews

“Mine came in the mail today, and they are very, very nice. The leather is soft as butter, and the lining is comprised of polar-fleece ‘fingers,’ so no worries about them not keeping my hands nice and cozy. I thought maybe the price was a little high for a pair of mittens, but after receiving them, I’ve changed my mind. Really glad I bought them!”

Best unlined, stretchy dress gloves

Isotoner Women’s Shortie Unlined Glove

4.7 stars, 785 reviews

“These are great for anyone who needs finger dexterity in colder weather. I use them when doing photography shoots outside, and have no issues with changing lens, feeling the shutter or zoom buttons, or other finer details [that wearing] bulkier gloves can make difficult. The thin nylon blend hugs the hand and fingers well. May not keep your fingers toasty-warm in subzero temps, but for a 20- to 30-degree day, these will keep you comfortable. Classic and elegant styling.”

Best touchscreen-friendly fleece gloves

Knolee Women’s Screen Gloves Warm Lined Thick Touch Warmer Winter Gloves

4.2 stars, 790 reviews

“I am so glad that I ordered these gloves! I usually don’t order gloves online because I have large hands and not all gloves will fit me comfortably. I like to try them on to make sure. I ordered these, however, and was not disappointed. The gloves are nice and stretchy to fit my big hands and long fingers. The gray color is pretty, and I love the button-cuff detail. Very elegant-looking. These gloves feel very warm, and the touchscreen fingertips will come in handy! I did try typing on my phone and had no problem at all. I’m pleased with the apparent quality of these gloves and can’t wait to use them this winter.”

Best silk glove liners

Terramar Thermasilk Glove Liner

4 stars, 1,337 reviews

“I wasn’t expecting these glove liners to be this warm, considering how thin they are. The silk is very high-quality and sturdy, so I don’t worry about tearing the glove just by putting it on. On a cold day, I can easily wear my gloves over these, and on a not as cold day, I can wear just the Thermasilk liner. Exactly what I was looking for and a very affordable price.”

Best fingerless knit gloves

Gravity Threads Unisex Warm Half Finger Stretchy Knit Gloves

4.3 stars, 778 reviews

“I scribe at horse shows and need to type and write very fast. When it is cold, my hands get numb and I cannot type as quickly. These gloves solved the problem. They keep my hands warm, and even though my fingertips are exposed, because my hands are warm, the fingertips stay warm as well. A lifesaver for me!”

Best touchscreen-friendly wool knit gloves

Women’s Texting Touchscreen Winter Cold Weather Super Warm Cozy Wool Knit Thick Fleece Lined Gloves

4.3 stars, 220 reviews

“I wish all my clothes were this insulated, soft, and comfortable in winter … or anytime of year. These are amazing, and I may move to a very cold place just so I can wear than more. OMG, no joke, the inside of these are amazing. And the style is as cute as it looks. The fingers don’t look like they would be good with digital devices, but they are! Highly recommend.”

Best convertible knit mittens

Vbiger Winter Gloves Warm Wool Mittens With Mitten Cover

4.1 stars, 240 reviews

“I have always been a fan of this style of glove. My thought when I ordered them was that they were going to be cheap and not last the winter, but I thought, What the heck. I have now received them and can tell you that these are excellent quality. I never thought I would like a pair of wool mittens, but I was proven wrong. They are stylish and very comfortable. I have what I would consider large hands and these fit well. Not too loose and not too tight. I can’t wait to see how they do when we get to -20 degrees Fahrenheit temps.”

Best winter running gloves

TrailHeads Women’s Power Stretch Touchscreen Running Gloves

4.6 stars, 311 reviews

“I needed some gloves for running. I have been running in 13 degrees Fahrenheit windchills, and it has been miserable. I ordered these, and they’re perfect! They’re warm without being too bulky or hot. They also have great grip, so I can run with my iPhone without being concerned about dropping it!”

Best waterproof quilted gloves

Carhartt Women’s Quilts Insulated Glove With Waterproof Wicking Insert

4.2 stars, 342 reviews

“These suckers keep my fingers and hands as warm as being wrapped in a wool blanket! I say that because living in the brutal Northeast, winter is synonymous with snow, ice, and frigid temps. These gloves have worked like a charm and kept my hands nice and toasty, even while outside cleaning snow and such off the cars. I wouldn’t say they could be submerged in water or anything, but they hold up to a decent amount of exposure to melting snow and ice. Overall, awesome quality for the value.”

Best insulated waterproof ski gloves

Women’s Thinsulate Lined Waterproof Microfiber Winter Ski Gloves

4 stars, 250 reviews

“Love these gloves! They are totally waterproof, so they make shoveling snow a little easier. I bought a pair for my husband and kids and they love them, too. They have a nice fleece liner inside to keep you warm.”

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Best Women’s Winter Gloves and Mittens on Amazon