TOP 11 Best Winter Running & Cold Weather Gloves 2023

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Best Winter Running Gloves & Top 11 Cold Weather Gloves Reviewed 2023

When the weather gets cold, your hands are often the first part of your body to get cold. That is why great running gloves are an important part of any winter running wardrobe.

To get the best winter running gloves, usually, you’ll have to do a little research.

Lucky for you, I’ve compiled a list of the best 11 cold weather running gloves on the market today.

Here we go.

TOP 11 Best Winter Running Gloves 2023

Seirus Innovation Hyperlite All Weather Polartec Glove

Seirus Innovation Men's Hyperlite All Weather Polartec Glove with Sound Touch Technology, Black, Small/Medium
  • ALL WEATHER POLARTEC - Provides the highest warmth per weight ratio for insulating materials resulting in the warmest most versatile lightweight glove that is soft to the touch
  • TALK. TEXT. SURF. SWIPE - Advanced touchscreen technology allows you to control your smartphone or tablet without removing your gloves
  • MAXIMUM DEXTERITY and COMFORT - 4-Way stretch outer layer with tri-laminate weathershield provide a windproof, waterproof breathable membrane with a wicking inner lining
  • LIGHTWEIGHT AND WARM - Hyperlite shell is half the weight of the Original All Weather Glove making it thin enough to pick up a dime
  • FORM FIT DESIGN - The Lycra cuff ensure a comfortable and snug fit making this a perfect glove for biking, hiking, and other outdoor adventures

Review: If you read our article on Winter Running Gear Essentials, you know that I selected this glove as the award winner for “Best Winter Running Gear 2023.”

It should come as no surprise then, that these gloves also win my award for best winter running gloves 2023.


They are the best cold weather running gloves on the market. I have been running and cycling with them for years and I love them.

Despite trying numerous other brands and models, I have not found a pair of gloves that is as warm, as mobile, and as smooth with my technology as this one.

One of my least favorite things in the winter is when I have to take my gloves off in cold weather to do something like tie my shoes or shoot off a text. With these gloves, however, I can accomplish both of these tasks easily without taking them off.

This does it.

This lightweight glove keeps your fingers warm and dry in just about any winter conditions.

One of my favorite parts of this glove is the extended “sleeve” by the wrist. I use this to tuck these gloves into a long sleeve shirt and strap my watch on top of them to keep my fingers nice and toasty for any run.


  • Comfortable
  • Warm
  • Stays Dry
  • Sound Touch Technology
  • Mobile
  • Good Fit


  • None!!!


Our Grade: A++

These gloves are the best gloves on the market, hands down. Their range of motion, breathability, and technology accessibility makes them hard to beat.

Anqier Running Gloves

anqier Winter Gloves Warm Touchscreen Gloves Running Driving Cycling Gloves Men Women
  • Comfortable and Lightweight Material: These touchscreen gloves with warm and comfort premium elastic fabrics make the outdoor sports gloves breathability, durability, wicking, anti-static function and fit perfectly.The mens gloves also with anti-slip silicone design on the palm ensures you a secure holding the handlebars better even on the rough road.The best choice for outdoor sports.
  • High Sensitivity Touchscreen Gloves: Womens gloves are coated with premium conductive fabric on the thumb and index finger.The mens gloves Fingertips with touchscreen sensitivity provides much convenience to use your cell phone or tablet without taking off your gloves while on outdoor activities.
  • Versatile Style Winter Gloves: Our mens gloves suitable for cycling running golfing driving climbing hiking and outdoor sports in all seasons.And also can be used as regular gloves stay at home in winter early spring or fall protect your hands comfortable and warm.Or these warm gloves also perfectly under your ski mittens, and other bulky leather gloves, worked as liner gloves.
  • Perfect Fit Gloves For Men Women: Compression stretch fabric and polyester fleece liners gloves designs make the gloves for men women more fit, flexible and warm. Four size running gloves give you more choices to buy cycling gloves and fit your or your family size. It will be a great and practical gloves gift for men, women, family or friends.
  • Anqier Commitment: Anqier running gloves provide customer 30-day unconditional returns and 12 months replacement warranty,100% satisfied service.High-quality winter gloves men women make you warm and comfortable in winter outdoor sports.If you have any questions about our gloves,please feel free to contact us.

Review: While you may not recognize the brand, these are a solid pair of gloves. Assuming you are running in them, they will keep your hands warm all the way down to 0 degrees.

The touch technology on the thumb and index finger work well. Combine this with the anti-slip of the palms and you won’t have any trouble holding on to a phone or anything else while wearing them.

These gloves and the #1 gloves I ranked from Seirus have taught me that cycling gloves are much more effective in the winter than running gloves.

Perhaps I have poor circulation to my hands, or my southern roots make me weak in the cold, but I much prefer cycling gloves for my winter running.

The Anqier gloves are still as breathable and mobile as any running glove, but stay warmer and allow you to do more tasks with your hands without taking them off, all with a reasonable price.


  • Price
  • Warm
  • Textured
  • Touch Technology
  • Stays Dry


  • Snug Fit


Our Grade: A-

These gloves are excellent. They look great and do everything you could want out of a winter running glove. I highly recommend them.

TrailHeads Running Gloves

TrailHeads Running Gloves | Lightweight Gloves with Touchscreen Fingers - Black/Grey (Medium)
  • LIGHTWEIGHT FABRIC - Our blend of polyester spandex has moisture-wicking technology. This spandex glove dries quickly to prevent your sweat from soaking the material and freezing your hands. NOTE: This lightweight glove is PERFECT for SPRING and FALL temperatures; NOT intended for winter's coldest days.
  • TOUCHSCREEN GLOVES - Conductive fabric on thumb and forefinger enables use of touchscreen devices.
  • TOPO GRIP - silicon in a fun topographical pattern on the palm enables better grip whether you’re holding your smartphone, your keys or your steering wheel. (not available on the black/grey option)
  • 4-WAY STRETCH - These black running gloves deliver form fitting performance without sacrificing dexterity. Double layer stretch cuffs ensure a secure and comfortable fit.
  • TRAIL-TESTED GUARANTEE – Your complete satisfaction is our goal. If you’re not happy with your purchase, let us know and we’ll provide a replacement or refund with no fine print and no time limit—nothing but our commitment to doing whatever it takes to satisfy our customers.

Review: These gloves offer a strong option for good winter running gloves without breaking the bank.


The 4-Way Stretch by Trailheads allows these gloves to remain mobile and comfortable. This, along with solid touchscreen technology and a lightweight fabric that effectively wick sweat, makes them a strong option.

While I consider them the best warm winter running gloves on this list, these gloves are not built for extreme temperatures.


  • Mobile
  • Touch Screen Technology
  • Affordable
  • Lightweight
  • Breathable
  • Moisture Wicking


  • Not Built for Extreme Temperatures


Our Grade: B+

If you don’t have crazy winters, these gloves are an excellent and affordable option for winter running.

Under Armour ColdGear Infrared Run Liner Gloves

Under Armour Men's ColdGear Infrared Run Liner Gloves , Black (001)/Silver , Small
  • Thin, fitted liner gloves can be worn on their own or as a first layer under heavier gloves in harsher conditions
  • UA Storm technology repels water without sacrificing breathability
  • Ultra soft knit fabric with a smooth exterior & a plush interior for just the right amount of warmth
  • Tech Touch print on thumbs & fingers allow you to use touch screen devices without taking your gloves off
  • Extra soft Speedwipe fleece placed on back of index finger & thumb

Review: Under Armour did a strong job with these gloves.

These gloves do a great job of staying dry in the rain and keeping your fingers warm in a variety of temperatures.

There’s more.

The insides are very soft and the Tech Touch technology accessibility works well with phones and tablets.

Affordability is the biggest downside with these gloves. While you certainly get what you pay for, these gloves by Under Armour are certainly not cheaper than most of their competition.


  • Mobile
  • Touch Screen Technology
  • Affordable
  • Lightweight
  • Breathable
  • Moisture Wicking


  • Not Built for Extreme Temperatures


Our Grade: A-

These gloves are a great option for all but the most extreme of weather. They are not the most affordable, but the touch screen technology, warmth, waterproofing, and mobility are excellent.

New Balance Lightweight Running Glove

New Balance Lightweight Running Gloves (Black, X-Large)
  • WHAT'S INCLUDED: 1 pair of lightweight running gloves , suitable for both men and women during cool winter weather. Comes in 4 sizes, Small, Medium, Large, and X-Large.
  • Ultimate Comfort: Experience superior comfort with our unique polyester blend that keeps you dry and warm during daily activities. Our fabric is specially designed to enhance your workouts by regulating temperature effectively.
  • Advanced Features: Our design incorporates NB Dry and NB Heat technologies to wick sweat away from your skin, ensuring you stay warm and dry all day. Plus, with NB Fresh, our fabric reduces odor, keeping you fresh throughout the day.
  • Additional Benefits: Our neck gaiter and gloves feature innovative 3D Stretch Fabric technology, providing a snug fit without constriction. The gloves are also touchscreen-compatible on the thumb and index finger, so you can use your devices without removing them.
  • Easy Care: Enjoy hassle-free maintenance with our washer and dryer-safe products. Simply machine wash cold with like colors, use non-chlorine bleach when necessary, tumble dry on low heat, and avoid ironing.

Review: If you pay close attention to our website, you’ll know that these gloves were also mentioned in our Winter Running Gear Essentials article.

Here’s the deal.

For moderate conditions, these gloves are great. I consider them one of the best warm winter running gloves. The textured palms and stretchy material make it easy to move your fingers, hold on to your phone, or do whatever else you need to do with your hands while running.

The touch technology, while not as good as the Seirus gloves mentioned earlier, is still effective at swiping through your phone. Texting, however, may be difficult.

The one thing we like the least about these gloves is how they hold up to rain. When it rains, they get soaked and it does not take long for your hands to get cold as well.


  • Stretchy
  • Breathable
  • Light
  • Affordable
  • Touch Technology
  • Textured palm


  • Not Great in Rain
  • Not Great in Extreme Cold


Our Grade: B+

These gloves are great for a runner on a budget. They are an affordable option to add to your winter running collection as long as it doesn’t rain.

Adidas AWP Shield Gloves

Review: I usually don’t love Adidas gear for the winter, but these gloves are pretty dang good.

The Climawarm technology from Adidas is lightweight and breathable while still staying warm and dry. This material covers these gloves and keeps your fingers warm and dry in the winter.

The downside?

The touchscreen technology also works very well, although the thickness of the fingers makes it difficult to text.

Other than that, it is still easy to move your fingers in this glove and accomplish anything else you may want to do while still keeping the gloves on.


  • Good Grip
  • Very Warm
  • Climawarm Stays Warm and Dry
  • Good Mobility
  • Reasonably Priced


  • Touch Technology is not ideal
  • Hard to text


Our Grade: B

These gloves are a great option for runners with cold winters.

They are reasonably priced, look classy and clean, and most importantly, these gloves will keep your fingers warm and dry on just about any winter run.

Melifluos Running Gloves

Running Gloves: Lightweight Sport Gloves with Touch Screen Fingers for Men Women Spring Fall Winter (Black Orange, Medium)
  • DESIGNED IN SPAIN - Melifluos running gloves are carefully designed in Spain by sport professionals and enthusiasts who live and breathe by sport.
  • EXTRA GRIP - Need some extra grip for driving, carrying water bottle or just holding some tools while doing outdoor activities? Don't worry, we got you covered, our gloves come with grip pads that solve all these problems.
  • TOUCHSCREEN FINGER TIP - Tired of taking your gloves off to use smartphone? We get it, this is why we have added a conductive layer so that you can use your smartphone without getting your hands frozen.
  • BASED IN USA - All of our daily operations are based right here in the US. We hire locally, contribute to the American economy and work with other small local businesses.
  • HASSLE FREE - If you are not satisfied with our product, we are pleased to offer free return/refund with no question asked, 100% satisfaction guaranteed!

Review: If you are a runner on a budget, start here. These gloves, made in Spain, are very affordable and a strong choice for winter running.

These gloves have reflective pads on both the back and the front to make sure you are visible even in darker conditions.

Another big plus?

They also have a touchscreen fingertip for technology accessibility. However, the touch screen is only on the right index finger and thumb, with no accessibility on the left hand. It also is not 100% responsive.

As for warmth, these gloves do a strong job of keeping your fingers warm but will get soaked and cold very easily if it starts to rain.


  • Very Affordable
  • Reflective
  • Touchscreen


  • Touchscreen is Limited
  • Not Waterproof
  • Not Super High Quality


Our Grade: B-

The price alone of these gloves makes them a viable option for dry runs in the winter.

Before you buy, however, make sure you are aware of the limitations. Overall, these are solid warm winter running gloves.

Saucony Ultimate Touch-Tech Gloves

Saucony Ultimate Touch-Tech Gloves, Small, Black
  • Stay connected no matter how far you go with conductive thumbs and index fingers that let you Control touch screens
  • Smooth, lightweight stretch fabric moves moisture
  • Fleece nose wipes are soft against cold noses
  • Extended cuff for warmth and easy layering
  • Reflective logo for added visibility

Review: These gloves from Saucony are overwhelmingly average. There is nothing in particular that makes them bad, but nothing that makes them great.

They fit ok. The look ok. They are ok.

Your fingers will stay somewhat warm at reasonable temperatures and they stay somewhat dry in the rain.

They’re boring.

As for the technology accessibility, the conductive thumbs and index fingers work to an extent, but they are not perfect.

If you are familiar with the word “meh,” that is about the best description I can think of for these gloves. The same goes for the price.


  • Conductive thumbs and Index Fingers
  • Lightweight
  • Reflective


  • Not Great at Anything
  • A Touch Over Priced Considering Quality


Our Grade: C

As they say, C’s get degrees. These gloves from Saucony do the job, but certainly won’t turn any heads.

If you can get them cheap, they aren’t a bad choice, but you can do better.

ASICS Windblock Glove

ASICS Windblock Glove, Black, Small/Medium
  • 10K water Repellency/4K breathability element protection
  • Insulating, Fleeced back fabric for warmth
  • Gel grip for dexterity
  • Media touch screen-friendly fingertips
  • Pocket at cuff for easy storage, Snot wipe at thumb

Review: These ASICS gloves are another pair that will “do the job” but will not amaze you. These are a good light pair of gloves for weather between about 20 and 40 degrees Fahrenheit.

There are some textured dots embedded in the fingers to allow for decent grip and the 10k water repellant does an ok job at staying dry in light rain.

The problems?

The glove claims to have technology accessibility, but the pad does not work very well all the time.

For all this adequacy, I wish the price was a bit lower, but it is not too bad. Overall, I am overwhelmed by how average this glove is.


  • Lightweight
  • Textured
  • Some Water Resistance


  • Not Great at Anything
  • Not Effective Below 20 degrees
  • Touch Technology Doesn’t Always work


Our Grade: C

Like the Saucony glove, this glove from ASICS is average. It will do the job, but I don’t think you’ll be writing your mother about it.

TRENDOUX Long Sleeve Running Gloves

TRENDOUX 49/3.8 Touch Screen Gloves, Windproof Touchscreen Glove Men Women Texting Smartphone
  • ★ GOOD COMPANION IN WINTER★: Whenever you go out for driving/walking/cycling, it will be a good companion to keep your hands away from freezing weather. Typing/writing/exting as you can without taking off your gloves.
  • ★SENSITIVE TOUCHSCREEN PAD★ Featuring sensitive conductive pads that works on smartphones, tablets and other capacitive touch screen devices on the the forefingers and the thumbs, you needn’t to take off your gloves to touch screen in cold weather.
  • ★ANTI-SLIP AND WEAR RESISTANT★ Many anti-slip silicone strips on fingertips and palms, it makes the grips of phones or steering wheel firm and steady; They are well made and will last long.
  • ★WARM AND COMFORTABLE★ Inner made of soft skin-friendly wool material, that provides both the warmth and comfort.
  • ★DUAL PURPOSES★ These gloves can go with your coats or be worn alone. Also it keeps warm, absorb moisture and discharge at the same time.

Review: These gloves seem to be a hit or miss. They have a number of great qualities, but some issues as well.

The TRENDOUX gloves check most of our boxes. They have an anti-slip silicone strip to help with gripping. A touchscreen pad on the thumbs and forefingers allows for technology accessibility.

The gloves are breathable, warm in moderate winter temperatures, and water resistant.

But be warned!

The two biggest problems are their fit and their durability.

Therefore, despite a good price and some great qualities, I recommend you spend a little extra and get a higher quality pair of gloves.


  • Lightweight
  • Textured
  • Some Water Resistance
  • Affordable
  • Technology Accessibility


  • Sizing is Questionable
  • Not Durable
  • Not Waterproof
  • Thin


Our Grade: C-

Based on the many negative feedbacks I’ve heard from this glove’s users, I recommend that, unless you have tried them on before in person, don’t buy.

While I like the texture, the lightweight, and the technology accessibility, the complaints count me out.

Brooks Adapt Glove

Review: I used to run in Brooks gloves for a few years and let me tell you this: I usually love Brooks. Their shoes are the best, most of their gear is pretty sweet, but these gloves su*k.

I see what Brooks was trying to do with the glove to mitten transformation, but it does not work as they planned.


Instead of having a nice little waterproof mitten layer that will easily tuck into the rest of the glove, you end up having a super annoying flap that won’t stay on your hand nor the little pocket.

These gloves get soaked very easily and even when it isn’t raining, they do a poor job of keeping the hands warm.

They also do a poor job of working with technology. I always ended up taking them off if I needed to use my phone, tie my shoes, or anything else that required movement of my fingers.

Worst of all, they aren’t even cheap.

Brooks. You are better than this.


  • Long lasting
  • Good idea


  • Flap is Super Annoying
  • Technology Accessibility Doesn’t Work
  • Don’t Keep Heat In
  • They Get Super Sweaty
  • Mitten is Not Waterproof
  • Not Cheap
  • Not Great in Rain


Our Grade: D

Unless you are getting these gloves for free, I recommend you look elsewhere. They get wet easily, don’t keep your fingers warm, and they are not cheap.

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