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Heat 3 Smart gloves  I have a container full of expensive gloves, mitts, and combinations thereof that never keep my hands warm in the temperature and weather conditions advertised. Those big cumbersome down or synthetic fill mittens that do provide superior warmth provide little, if any,  tactile ability when trying to alter camera settings.  Most […]

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  • Mark Lagrange

    Looks great, but at $200 feels a bit steep. Must be something out there in the middle.ReplyCancel

    • Mark,

      I have hundreds of dollars in gloves, and mittens in a bin. I wish I knew about these gloves earlier. as I would have bought once instead of spending much more in the long run. I have a like new pair of Black Diamond Mercury Mitts, Marmot Expedition Mitts, Arc’Teyx Cam SV gloves…I can sell for a discount if interested.


  • Chas, Finally a glove that I can wear in sub 0 temperature AND STILL USE MY CAMERAS !! These gloves are worth every penny. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you.ReplyCancel

We had an extraordinary day photographing white pelicans in MN today. The pelicans caught fish (suckers) so large at times they could not lift their heads out of the water. It often appeared the birds would drown if they did not give up the catch. Once firmly secure in its bill the pelicans had an […]

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  • kyle

    Amazing capture here! So can the pelican really gulp down that huge fish entirely okay?? Can you see the fish desperately wriggling about inside the birds pouch, even (if) as its swallowed down?!ReplyCancel