Don’t sleep on mittens, either. Plus, shearling is one of the coziest materials you can have on hand in the wintertime.

This black leather pair is touchscreen compatible, if you don’t want to awkwardly try to slip your thumb out of your glove every time you want to send a text.

This wool and deerskin hybrid pair is sensible, stylish, and warm, with fleece lining and ribbed elastic wrists that’ll keep your hands toasty all winter long. 

You always get style points when you mix and match materials throughout your outfit—and even more cred when you can do it within a single pair of gloves.

This pair from Canada Goose is so slick that it can pull double-duty as a reliable set of driving gloves.

Make like John Bender from <i>The Breakfast Club</i> and snag a pair of fingerless gloves.

Who knew that puffy down-jacket material could look so cool on a pair of gloves?

Kenzo’s ribbed gloves add a touch of color at the wrists.

Rich, caramel-colored leather is a standout, timeless material— and as a bonus, these fleece-lined gloves have a snap at the wrist for size adjustment.

UGG’s shearling-lined gloves are one of the few smartphone-friendly pairs that aren’t so thin that your fingers will freeze, but not so thick that you’ll press another crack into your already-shattered iPhone screen.

Don’t sleep on mittens, either. Plus, shearling is one of the coziest materials you can have on hand in the wintertime.

When you’re shopping for gloves, let your favorite material guide you—and if that happens to be wool, then you can’t go wrong with this Moncler pair.

Your first instinct to add a graphic touch to your outfit might not necessarily be through your gloves, but a pair like this is a great (and unexpected) way to do it.

If you’re going to splurge on gloves, make sure it’s made with high-quality materials that’ll last forever. Prada’s cashmere-lined leather pair will keep you warm for years.