Under Armour Coldgear Storm Liner, $30
These snug-fitting, lightweight gloves have a water-repellent finish but also fit under heavier gloves for harsh conditions. The grippy palm and special texture on thumbs and fingers allow you to use touchscreen devices on the go. The built-in key pocket on the left hand is an added bonus.
The North Face Women’s Gore-Tex CloseFit Tricot Glove, $45
Fitting for cool fall through spring runs, these streamlined gloves feature a three-layer, windproof shell and unique construction with fewer seams (designed to keep warmth in) and a new articulated patterning to give you just the right fit. The super-durable gloves can also provide extra visibility on low-light runs.
Best Wind Protection
Smartwool PhD Wind Training Glove, $50
These slightly thicker gloves are best for windier, harsher conditions, as they have windproof overlays and keep your hands extra toasty. Soft merino wool sits next to your skin, and silicone grippers (including touchscreen-compatible ones on the index fingers and thumbs) help you hang on to your phone.
Best Natural Fibers
Icebreaker Quantum Gloves, $40
Made from 98 percent merino wool and 2 percent Lycra, these slightly stretchy gloves are naturally odor-free and can help regulate body temperature. A touchscreen-friendly fabric on the index finger and thumb allows you to use your phone, and the Lycra helps rain, snow or sweat dry quickly.