The Montana's touch screen should work with any glove because it uses a resistive type touch screen. This type of screen works by sensing how much pressure is applied to the screen. The Oregon 600/700, Monterra, eTrek Touch 25/35 and virtually all smartphones, use a capacitive type touch screen (they all tend to be glass screens). This type of screen does not work on pressure. It works by sensing a change in the electrical field. For this to happen, you need an object that is electrically conductive. Your skin is conductive, so your finger works. Most gloves are insulators, so they do not work. However, more and more motorcycle gloves are being made with conductive properties built into the fabric (such as TouchTec). Also, some really thin gloves, like my old Fox motocross gloves, sort of work on capacitive screens. Maybe it's the material, or that it's thin, or that they're old, but for some reason they are somewhat conductive. So when shopping for a new glove, ask the salesperson which ones are smartphone compatible, then test it for yourself. If more and more people choose these gloves, they'll eventually make more of them.