It wouldn't quite be winter without a new photography glove to add to the lineup! Introducing The Gaurdian, our answer for cold weather photojournalists working in the field. We’ve helped landscape photographers, wildlife photographers and urban photographers create their art in comfort and this year, we are introducing The Guardian, a limited edition glove designed for photographers and photojournalists who are tasked with covering conflict areas. This glove is the prefect combination of providing warmth whilst providing excellent protection.
How do you create a perfect photography glove? Combine the Norse Goddess of Winter, a loveable German filmmaker, and a whole lot of thought and planning. We're so excited to bring the updated Skadi PSP Mitt into our lineup this year but this one is more than just a glove for us. It's an embodiment of everything we're about: making gloves that keep our fellow winter lovers out in the elements even longer.
It’s that time of the year. The fireplaces are roaring, the snow is falling and everyone is scrambling to find the perfect gift for their loved ones this year. As fellow photographers ourselves, we know how hard buying for a photographer can be. If you’re left confused by the technical jargon and tech specs of products you don’t understand then you’re in luck. Read on for our gift recommendations.
Introducing the brand new Urbex Street Photography Glove. Designed for Urban Explorers, who take to the frozen winter streets to capture a world that often gets overlooked amongst the hustle and bustle of city life. Abandoned Warehouses, Sparkling Lights, City Skylines and One of a Kind Characters. Being a street photographer takes patience, persistence and a bit of style. The Urbex glove is built to help urban photographers maintain that balance of style, warmth and functionality.
Bre Mirynech a winter loving adventurer seeker living in the heart of the Canadian Rockies who found out she had Raynaud's Disease, a disease that causes an interruption of blood flow to parts of the body, most commonly fingers and toes, due to smaller arteries narrowing that supply blood to your skin. As someone who loves winter sports and winter photography, she set out to find ways of coping with her new diagnosis.