Battle the Cold With These High-Performance Gloves

Keep your hands protected during the winter months with these high-performance gloves.

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Nike Therma-FIT Elite Gloves

Don't let the cold weather keep you from getting in a quality workout outside. These Nike Therma-FIT Elite Gloves are lined with fleece, and the touchscreen fingertips give you access to your smartphone. Get these sleek gloves made for cool weather workouts. ($25; dickssportinggoods.com)

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Outdoor Research Melody Sensor Gloves

In search of a pair of gloves that aren't too bulky? The Outdoor Research Melody Sensor Gloves may be slim in size, but they will definitely keep your hands warm in the cooler temps. Plus, they're super soft and are touchscreen accessible. Get these space-dyed gloves for casual wear or winter outdoor workouts. ($35; rei.com)

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Patagonia Wind Shield Gloves

Patagonia is an outdoor brand that knows what it's doing, and the Patagonia Wind Shield Gloves are just another example. Keep your hands warm even during the windiest days with these gloves that offer lightweight protection that's both breathable and warm. Oh, and they're touchscreen compatible, too. Take on the cool weather with these gloves that are built for the job. ($49; patagonia.com)

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The North Face Power Stretch Gloves

Whether you're an avid skier or just want to stay warm on your walk to work, The North Face has the gloves for you: The North Face Power Stretch Gloves retain heat and keep your hands protected from the wind and chilly air. A reinforced patch at the inner thumb makes gripping for skiing that much more handy (pun intended). Get these designed-for-winter gloves we love. ($35; backcountry.com)

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UA Coldgear Gloves

When one pair of gloves isn't enough, layer up with these Under Armour ColdGear Infrared Liner Gloves. Designed to be worn under heavier gloves, these liner gloves will repel rain and snow and retain heat. When worn by themselves, they are touchscreen compatible and have a key pocket on the back of the hand. Winter is all about layering, and these gloves give you the options you need in unpredictable winter weather. ($30; underarmour.com)

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