November 10, 2021

There’s a certain amount of strength, both mental and physical, required for climbing a mountain. When you have your eyes set on the peak, you know you’re likely to encounter difficulties along the way. You know the path won’t always be easy or obvious but if you persist, the view from the top will always be worth it.

“Tinden” is the Norwegian word for “the mountain peak” and when we were conceptualizing this glove, we wanted to create a heavy duty glove that would hold up for those deep, dark winter days when the journey might not always be easy, but the end is always worth it.

Tinden Photography Glove

For your Deep Winter Adventures

The Tinden Photography Glove has taken everything we love about the Ipsoot Photography Glove, combined this with customer feedback and request from fellow photographers - and voila! Here is our new Deep Winter glove favourite.

The Tinden is the perfect glove for days when the snow is dumping and you have a long day of shooting ahead. This glove will be your perfect mountain companion and will provide protection from the elements when you need it the most.

Tinden Photography Glove

The Nitty Gritty

The insulation is the what makes this gloves so bomber in cold weather. The Tinden has a 100% merino wool inner as well as Primaloft Gold Insulation, a 260gsm insulation layer on the back of the hand and 170gsm on the palm, ensuring that your hands stay toasty warm all day. In addition, the overlapping FlipTech finger caps help keep moisture and cold air out while still allowing you to flip them back and shoot in seconds.

Uniquely Printed Non-Slip Grip

When we design our gloves, we are always thinking of ways to give them that extra "umph" that make our gloves stand out. One of the features you will spot across our glove range is that we use unique prints for our Non-slip Grip based on a real image from a photographer we admire.

The print on the Tinden is based on a stunning image of Arctic Norway from our ambassador Christian Hoiberg. 

Tinden Photography Glove Unique Print


  • Overlapping FlipTech finger caps: You’re ready to shoot in seconds. Just flip the finger cap and enjoy full access to your dials. Flip caps overlap to seal the gap when worn as a normal glove.
  • Strong Magnets: Keep the FlipTech open and out of the way, increasing your access to your camera.
  • Non-slip grip: Our uniquely printed Super grippy palm print, provides stress free camera control. Featuring a “Tinden” print inspired by Vallerret Ambassador Christian Hoiberg.
  • 100 % Merino Wool lining: Nature’s best weapon against the cold ensures a fitted and warm glove optimized for photography.
  • Ergonomic fit: Pre curved glove to ensure a great fit and camera control.
  • Goats leather and 2 Ply Twill: The combination of fabrics creates a durable & water-resistant shell with excellent wind protection.
  • Primaloft Gold insulation: A 260gsm insulation layer on the back of the hand and 170gsm on the palm, ensuring toasty warm digits.
  • True Suede Wipe: A soft suede cloth on the back of the thumb for the emergency lens wipe.
  • Photography specs: Pocket for your SD-Card or hand warmer with a Tripod Key included.
  • Gauntlet under-Cuff: A wrap cuff with snag free Velcro keeping your wrist toasty warm, and a tidy look designed to fit under your jacket cuff. 

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