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The Best Gloves To Keep Your Freezing Hands Warm In The Office

If you’re in a cold office all day, it may be hard to get work done with freezing fingers. Eliminate that distraction and discomfort with any one of our toasty warm gloves.

Whether you’re cold, have arthritis, or just want some comfy gloves to type in, we’ve got you covered. We’ve researched fingerless, cashmere, heated, and even compression gloves on this list, so wave goodbye to those uncomfortable digits!

Best Fingerless Gloves: AndeanSun Alpaca Gloves ($20)

Is your office so cold that you can’t get any work done? You need the AndeanSun Alpaca Gloves! These gloves are fingerless, so you’ll be able to sift through papers, sign documents, and even type. The surprise is that these gloves are actually great for offices both warm and cool!

If you’re one to alternate between being hot and cold, these gloves are perfect. They are not only three times as warm as wool so they’ll keep you warm, but the woven alpaca fibers create small pockets of air that create ventilation for your hands in case they feel hot and sweaty. Think of them like super performance wool socks, but for your hands.

Plus, these gloves are moisture wicking, so if your hands sweat or you spill something on them, you won’t even notice. Lastly, these gloves are machine washable—just wash in cold water and air dry.

Softest Fingerless Gloves: Novawo 100% Cashmere Half Fingerless Gloves ($12)

Whether you’re cold or not, sometimes it just feels comfortable having your hands wrapped up in some nice cashmere gloves. But how would you get work done in gloves? The Novawo 100% Cashmere Half Fingerless Gloves leave your fingertips exposed so you can type, write, and use your hands with ease. And instead of wrapping individually around each finger, there’s only one hole for your four fingers and one hole for your thumb—maximizing finger dexterity.

The soft and stretchy cashmere material won’t scratch or itch you like normal wool gloves, and won’t catch on things like some neoprene gloves do. Lastly, there are eight solid colors to choose from, so you can express yourself but remain professional in your work environment.

Best Heated Hand-Warming Gloves: Smoko Toast Hand Warmers ($50)

Want to heat up your fingers with a little more kick than normal gloves? With the Smoko Toast Hand Warmers, which also happen to be smiling plush pieces of toast, your hands will be extra “toasty.” You can even choose between the slightly golden brown (low) or crispy (high) heat settings. 

Just slide your hands into these heated hand warmers and adjust the fabric wrist straps. Your fingers will have the right amount of mobility for you to complete tasks around the office since these pieces of toast stay positioned around the center of your palms and back of your hands. Lastly, you’ll be able to charge these hand warmers for 1-2 hours so that they’re good to go for up to 6 hours. 

If you want heated office gloves, but are looking for a more discrete look, check out the USB-powered Yinuoday Heated Gloves—but f anybody makes fun of your whimsical toast hand warmers, you can chalk it up to a side effect of their sad, cold hands influencing their mood.

Thinnest Typing Gloves: The Writer’s Glove ($23)

All of our picks so far have been fingerless gloves. So what do you do if you want a full-finger option that’s still thin enough for you to complete your work? You check out this pick! The Writer’s Glove is a great option for your chilly office space that will fit like you won’t even know they’re there.

Since these gloves are made from natural silk, they’re thin enough so that you can actually feel the keys. For the best fit, choose from one of five different sizes so you can work without the fabric getting in your way.

If you like these gloves, but also want touch screen capability, check out the Deluxe Version of The Writer’s Glove

Best Hand Warmers for Arthritic Hands: DragonSpink Compression Gloves ($10)

If you have arthritic hands that are always cold and achy, check out the DragonSpink Compression Gloves. They cover your wrist and most of your fingers, keeping your fingertips exposed—allowing you to go about your day without the inconvenience of full gloves.

With three sizes and the ability to have control, grip, and functionality with your fingertips, the DragonSpink Compression Gloves will give your stiff or swollen hands relief. By combining compression and heat retention to increase blood flow to your digits, you can say goodbye to cold and sore hands!

Another option for pain relief, whether it’s for arthritis, tendonitis, or just stiffness, is the Dr. Frederick’s Original Arthritis Gloves—a great option if you’re looking to spend a few extra bucks.


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