When it’s snowing like a blizzard and you have to answer a call, you already know that your hands are not going to be happy with you. Talking on the phone more often than not means stripping all the protective gear off of your hands to access the touchscreen. From there, you have to hold the freezing cold phone next to your face while you can feel frostbite setting into your fingertips.
If you’d rather avoid all that nonsense, then you might want some a pair of Hi-Call Gloves. It’s the same concept as pretending to be “on the phone” when you were five years old. Your thumb acts as the receiver, and your pinkie is the mouthpiece. These gloves will work with any phones that are Bluetooth-enabled, and have a range of about 12 meters. There are male and female sizes, and they will cost about $64 when they come out in October.