Mujjo has put a lot of effort into improving the manufacturing process of the nanotechnology that enables touchscreen compatibility in their leather gloves. They are now able to manufacture this nanotechnology for a lower price, which is good news because it allows them to make this year’s version of the successful leather touchscreen gloves a full 30% more affordable! As of today, the gloves are available for €89.95 (in the same price range as the Crochet gloves) compared to last year’s price of €129.95.
Although the biggest changes were made behind the scenes, Mujjo did make small yet noticeable improvements to the design as well; the new version of the gloves features a soft cashmere lining. Mujjo also enhanced the cut for an even better fit; the wrist is now 5mm longer in order to accommodate the gap between the gloves and shorter jacket sleeves. The sizes are similar to the industry standard, making it easy to determine your size.
Made out of Ethiopian lambskin leather, nanotechnology integrated into the leather of the gloves mimics the conductive properties of the human skin, making the gloves touchscreen compatible. The nanotechnology functions independently from the human skin, enabling us to fully insulate the gloves with a soft cashmere lining.
Mujjo’s introduction of the leather touchscreen gloves in 2012 was a huge success. The design, high-end materials and unique functionality appealed to a large design conscious audience worldwide.
To celebrate the occasion, Mujjo decided to shoot a video in a Douglas DC4, a stunning four-engined propeller-driven airliner manufactured in the mid 40′s: vimeo.com/mujjo
The leather touchscreen gloves, available in sizes: 7.5, 8, 8.5 and 9 are available to order on mujjo.com.