This little bottle of magic is the answer to all your non-conductive glove woes. It's designed to be used like nail polish, only for your glove. Paint your gloves' fingertips with the conductive liquid, let it dry for a few hours (or use a hair dryer), and voilá! Wherever you painted Nanotips (on leather, rubber, or Goretex) is now conductive, and works pretty well. Nanotips claims to provide up to 30 applications per bottle, and each application should last a few weeks (though that probably depends on how much extreme weather it endures). I've had mine on for a few weeks now, and it still works just fine. The one small downside is it only comes in black, which shouldn't be an issue for most gloves, but is a bummer for the brown, white, or other colorful glove options out there. They also make a blue option, that supposedly goes on 90% transparent, but is designed for fabric.