These size medium Photography Gloves from PGYTECH feature 3M Thinsulate lining and are designed to keep you warm and dry while shooting outdoors in winter conditions. Inspired by photographers and drone operators who need to stay warm and dexterous while operating small buttons, dials, and touchscreens, these gloves feature conductive fingertips that can be folded back and snapped into place, allowing you to use touchscreens with or without your fingertips covered by the glove. The thumb, forefinger, and middle finger have the fold back finger tips. An anti-slip material helps ensure that you'll keep a secure grip on fragile, expensive gear and the hook-and-loop wrist strap creates a comfortable and secure fitment at the wrist that's easily adjustable.
- 3M Thinsulate Lined
- Windproof and Water Repellent
- Conductive Fingertips for Touchscreens
- Selective Fingertip Exposure
PGYTECH Photography Gloves Overview
PGYTECH Photography Gloves Specs
|Size||Unisex M: |
2.4 to 3.1" / 6.0 to 8.0 cm (Palm Width)
6.3 to 7.1" / 16.0 to 18.0 cm (Length from Tip of Middle Finger to Wrist)
|Material of Construction||Polyester, Thinsulate|
|Weight||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Package Weight||0.525 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||10.4 x 4.5 x 1.9"|
PGYTECH Photography Gloves Reviews
Not water repellant
Bought for trip to Alaska. Became soaking wet in light rain. Would not recommend if you want to keep hands dry. BH addressed the problem and took care of it immediately. Great customer service as usual.
These gloves are a really good value for the money. They are well made and fit appropriately. I normally wear a large glove and it fit perfectly. These gloves are not for extremely cold weather. After an hour of temperatures in the low 20's, my finger tips were numb. But otherwise they performed well.
Fit like a glove :)
Normally photography gloves in my experience have had poor insulation but these work great!
Good enough for late fall/early spring
I doubt these will be enough for deep winter, but so far, as of November 19th with temps just above zero and wind chill, these do well. Comfortable, tight enough to allow dexterity, and yes, warm enough for now. I'd get a second, more heavy-duty pair for extreme cold.
Economical photo gloves
I have just received these gloves, and since it has been well over 100 degrees where I live, I have not had a chance to use them yet. They seem well made. They a seem a touch (no pun intended) thin in terms of insulation/padding, but I guess that might make them easier to use when working with your gear. They are much cheaper (price wise) then the well known (expensive brand). Hopefully they hold up over time.
Size is a bit off
I ordered XL because other reviews suggested these run tight. This size feel right for 3 fingers but large for thumb and pinky finger. They still work great.
My wife and I needed gloves to wear in Iceland's chilly weather that would allow us to operate our cameras, these seem like they will work fine. Seems a little tight in the palm but should fit better after some use. The finger covers work very good and stay out of the way.
Good - Does the Job
I live and work in Colorado and frequently have to operate my drones at their (and my) limits in very cold conditions. I've attempted to use other gloves with touch-screen-compatable fingertips but they are too cumbersome/inaccurate when using the UAS controller touch screen. To me this is an unsafe manner to operate a drone. These thinner gloves wouldn't keep my hands/fingers warm for too long. So I tried the PGYTECH gloves and they work great keeping my hands/fingers warm. Using the gloves fold-back finger tips I feel more confident with making selections/changes on the touch screen versus using a touch-screen-compatable glove. My only complaint, and thus one less star rating, is the fit of the gloves is rather large. I used the PGYTECH recommended measurements and purchased a large glove. It fits well across my hand but the fingertips are far to long (at least 10mm). Yes they are bulky/thick as this is part of the design to give extra warmth but It would be better if the gloves were a firmer/closer fit and the finger tips shorter. Maybe a small glove would have fit me better? Overall they work great at keeping my hands/fingers warm in the very cold conditions (including wind chill). Purely from a safety perspective if you find yourself often working in the cold the I'd recommend trying these gloves.
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