Introducing Leather Touchscreen Gloves
Black is the new black
27 NOVEMBER 2012, VENLO, THE NETHERLANDS
SummaryMujjo introduces revolutionary leather touchscreen gloves in aftermath of the successful launch of its AW 12/13 knitted touchscreen glove collection, earlier this fall.
Regular leather gloves don’t work with touchscreens; these gloves do! These leather gloves work flawlessly with almost every touchscreen, enabled by revolutionary nanotechnology.
Revolutionary nanotechnology integrated into the leather of the gloves mimics the conductive properties of the human skin; this makes the gloves touchscreen compatible. The nanotechnology functions independent from the human skin, this enables us to fully insulate the gloves with a layer of soft 100% wool lining. The leather fully retains its characteristics, affording the wearer maximum comfort and dexterity just like any other glove. The gloves are designed from the ground up for the purpose of an unrestricted touchscreen experience.
The glove has two press studs on the heel to which the leather strap can be fastened depending on wrist size of the user. The leather strap crosses a notch on the wrist boasting a contemporary yet quintessential urban look. The matte finishing of the leather, the sophisticated matte black leather button and a slant line on the heel of the glove contribute to a well balanced minimal but unique look. Made from the finest Ethiopian lambskin, known for offering the best isolation properties of any kind of leather. Mujjo’s leather touchscreen gloves do not only provide functionality, but also warmth, durability and a comfortable fit.
The leather gloves are available in 4 unisex sizes: 7,5, 8, 8,5 and 9. Be sure to check out the productpage for more information. High-res are available in the media room. The leather touchscreen gloves are now available for pre-order in Mujjo’s Online Store.
"Black is the new black" Mujjo
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We believe to create great products; we have to start with a simple idea and then craft around that intention. We obsessively try to keep it as simple as possible, while trying to make each part as good as possible, every stitch, every button, they have all been intensively thought out. While it’s not easy to keep things simple, it does pay off to create a product that is perfect in a sense of simplicity to that extent that you cannot leave anything away without compromising it’s intention.
It’s part of our personalities to keep challenging ourselves, raising the bar on a daily bases. This certainly doesn’t make things easy for ourselves, but we simply don’t know how to do it any other way. We get satisfaction out of trying to create an even better product or experience, it makes us feel good to try to improve it over and over again, it’s in our DNA.