Just yesterday morning I was lamenting the fact that I couldn't control the dial on my iPod through my nice cashmere-lined, leather gloves which keep my mitts warm during the winter commute. Today, I log in to the Internets, and the Internets provides a solution: iPod gloves. They're ugly and much more sporty than I'd like. Not at all the stylish leather and cashmere combination to which a man like myself is accustomed, but they'd do in a pinch.
$35 isn't too expensive, but I wonder how these things would feel on my hands. Something about "Tavo's new gloves allows charge to pass through the gloves from fingers to iPod's clickwheel" doesn't sound very comfortable.