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Simon Booth Photography is proud to affiliated with Vallerret Photography Gloves

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My new personal choice of glove for winter is the Markhof Pro 2.0

I was invited to be affiliated with Vallerret at the start of 2020 after making enquiries about the Ipsoot Photography Glove for my own personal use. The gloves seemed to be extremely well made and designed by people who understand the needs of photographers. With that in mind, I accepted and am currently testing the Markhof Pro 2.0 winter glove, which I will report on soon. In the meantime, below are the main features of the glove.

  • 100 % Merino Wool inner: Nature’s best weapon against the cold ensures a fitted and warm glove optimized for photography.
  • FlipTech finger caps: You’re ready to shoot in seconds. Just flip the finger cap and enjoy full access to your dials.
  • Magnets: Keep the FlipTech open and out of the way, increasing your access to your camera.
  • Ergonomic fit: Pre curved glove to ensure a great fit and camera control.
  • Goats leather, laminated soft twill and a 2 Ply DWR suede: The combination of fabrics creates a durable & water resistant shell with excellent wind protection.
  • Thinsulate insulation: An added insulation layer ensuring toasty warm digits.
  • Non-slip grip: The Super sticky grip keeps your camera safe.
  • Photography specs: Pocket for your SD-Card or hand warmer with a Tripod Key included. A Buff lens wipe sits on the back of the thumb.
  • Jersey Cuff:  keeping your wrist toasty warm, slip on and slip off with ease.
Vallerret is proud to partner with 1% for the Planet. When you buy a pair of our gloves, you can be sure that your purchase will give back. Vallerret is committed to donating 1% of annual sales to support environmental non-profit organizations who work hard to create a healthy and vibrant future for our planet.
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