Here is a link detailing the different ways it can be done. But the key to your question is a good way. And I say no. The only way that comes close to good is the buy a second pair that are made to be touch screen compatible.Is there a good way to make my gloves touchscreen compatible?
That works in some conditions but just how good are fingerless "winter gloves"? I tried fingerless gloves once and felt the amount of trouble it took to get them off wasn't much of a benefit all considered. They seem to be just part of the costume for that cool guy look. Even better if they have HD embossed for that really cool guy look.Fingerless gloves?
Or do as Unkle Krusty suggests and get sailing gloves with index and thumb ends factory removed. The rest remain full fingered.I have purchased many supposed touchscreen gloves, as I like to ride in the mountains and like to do things like use my phone for navigation, as well as to turn on and off the GoPro if I have it mounted. I have found that no glove that claims to be truly touchscreen works that well. My solution: Buy a second pair of cheap gloves and cut out the tip of the index finger. I still have 95% of my gloves for protection, and I don't have to stop do something with my navigation app.