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Tinden Photography Glove

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  • FOR THE DEEP WINTER DAYS

    The Tinden photography glove is a heavy-duty glove providing extra protection against the elements when those temperatures drop.

    “Tinden” is one of the many names for a peak in Norwegian, and just like the namesake, the Tinden photography glove will get you to the top of your winter photography during the darkest and coldest days of the season.

    Featuring overlapping flip tech finger caps, an inner combination of layered Primaloft insulation and a 100% Merino wool lining, DWR fabrics with a laminated membrane, and a gauntlet under-cuff keeping your wrists warm and looking tidy as it fits under your jacket cuff, enables you to extend your session and capture those invaluable shots from the backcountry powder to dark nights shooting the Northern lights.

    Designed for: Deep Winter.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 37 reviews
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Carlo Mascellani
Fantastic gloves

Warm and comfortable glowes to protect from colder days, even several degrees below 0°C.
I liked the Markhof Pro V3 a lot, but I like much more the Tinden!

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Guy Dixon
Tinder Photography glove

Glove is warm and fits well, the magnets however don’t hold the tips back and I was constantly having to stick them down which gets irritating to say the least.

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James Burchell
Comfortable, Functional, Stylish and above all, warm

I absolutely love these gloves. I’ve owned the Markhof v2.0 for a while and get really cold hands in the winter so I wanted a warmer pair for when it’s really cold. These don’t disappoint and come with the usual Vallerret quality. Couldn’t be happier and can’t recommend the Tinden enough.

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Rino Martini
great product

great product

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Jarno Nurminen
Best photography gloves so far

I spent a week in Lapland in freezing temperatures and wind. The Tinden gloves were unbelievably warm and kept my fingers comfortably warm during my hours long aurora photography sessions. I also used them in ski slopes and they were perfect for skiing too.