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    Lynn WundermanFrostie
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    Touchscreen-friendly gloves serve an important role for Raynaud’s sufferers, since exposing our frosted paws outside to send or receive messages can r
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    #5825
    Animalrightsanimalrights
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    do they have these same gloves without the touchscreen option? My mom doesn’t have touchscreen phone and I’ve been researching for days trying to find the warmest, best gloves for her white fingertips in the winter….:( please respond!

    #5828
    Jojopenjojopen
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    I have purchased a pair of Glider Gloves & have to say that although I thought they would keep my fingers warm, I was disappointed in that respect as they have not kept hem warm in 30 degree weather.  I still end up with white fingers.  They work great for the phone however but was mainly looking for warm gloves.  Sure wish I could find some that would keep me from having numb fingertips & that were not 2 inches thick.  Somebody PLEASE come up with something!  Aside from that I wish everyone a very Merry Christmas!

    #9183
    Teresa-HydeTeresa Hyde
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    Hi I’m looking for a thin but warm glove to wear all day and even work in, can you please help? I have been freezing way too many years ! I also always have frozen feet but I wear a toe sock, so would you know of a toe sock for this condition?

    #9216
    Lynn WundermanFrostie
    Keymaster

    Hi Teresa, just saw your post. For all-day warm gloves, Glider Gloves may be a bit thick. We just tested a glove by a company called Infracare that is thin, touchscreen sensitive, and offers lots of dexterity. I’m able to perform most tasks wearing them around the house and office. They will soon be offering our members a discount on a special URL just for us, but for now you can see the product and buy them at http://www.infracare.ca/. Infracare specializes in supplying products to the medical community that are specifically designed for people with a common problem very familiar to Raynaud’s sufferers – cold hands and feet.

    They also make socks, and mother who also has Raynaud’s loves them. I found they did a nice job on my toes, but the top of my foot still chilled a bit. If you do try any of their products, please let us know how you like them!

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