Very slick gloves, the usability with cameras is great and they also look very stylish
These are a gift for my husband, so he has not seen or used them yet. They are super soft and look to be just the thing for cool weather photography.
Quality, quality, quality
Quality gloves, but XL were tighter than I thought. Maybe they'll stretch a bit.
Merino Liner Touch Photography Glove
Super product! they do what it says on the tin! Well worth the price
I purchased the Skadi Zipper Mitt last year. The concept and quality is very good. What prevents me from rating them more than 3 stars is the zippers. They are very difficult to zipper shut unless you remove them or use your teeth. Too bad. They just sit in a drawer. I purchased Freehands finger mittens. Not the same, but no struggles.
Excellent product and an 1st quality service
Hello, unfortunately today, the material has not yet arrived.
I hope it arrives early as winter has already arrived.
zeer goede kwaliteit handschoenen .
Een heel goede service handschoenen waren zeer snel opgestuurd.
De maat bleek niet te kloppen en ik heb zeer snel een groter paar toegestuurd gekregen.
Op alle mails direct een antwoord .
Zeker een bedrijf dat aan te bevelen is
I can’t comment! The gloves are for a Christmas present asked for by my son Edmund. He won’t have them until 25th.
Perfect for Paris winter weather !
The design is also very pleasant, I can't go out without them :)
At -6C° my finger tips where getting cold.
Velcro would be great to hold the finger openings closed.
So for the price I'm quite desapointed.
Hope the next generation will be better.
I am now the proud owner of the best gloves on the market and the envy of other members of my photographic club in Herefordshire, United Kingdom. The personal prompt service you provide itself deserves six stars. Thank you.
Bought a pair for a 2 week trip to Iceland, where I was expecting to spend several hours a night standing outside. They worked really well I must say, temps were about minus 5c. Only problem was I lost one :(
Would agree with others and get a size bigger than you think. I thought I would be a comfortable large but ordered extra large so I could wear liners. they were a perfect fit without liners, and plenty warm enough without needing any. :)
The urbex are perfect for shooting in the north Spain's winter.
If I go to the mountains with deeper winter, and snow, the ipsoot are my perfect choice.
Been shooting with vallereet gloves since the first model that was launched on Kickstarter. Since back then they managed to evolve the functionality and quality in every season! Keep it up guys!
Comfy, warm, and easy to access the camera - everything advertised and more!
Absolutely superb quality and excellent service
I am right between sizes...so XL is too large but L can be too small. The comfort and the warmth of Vallerret Gloves is unsurpassed, but sizing can be a problem for me. The Urbex, on the other hand... fits great...kinda in-between sizes because of the wrist snap I feel. I highly recommend.
I ordered the XS Urbex glove and they are a perfect fit for my relatively small hands. I've already used them for several outdoor sessions and I love being able to leave just my two fingertips exposed. They kept my hands warm in 30 degrees.
I bought the Markhof Pro 2.0. Honnestly the best outdoor+photography gloves I had.
I'm used to design outdoor gear for ski and snowboard brands for years - also to photograph action and lifestyle - and from the huge ammount of gear I had, I never had gloves who keep warmth inside, who let your hand dry.
These are thin but warm, really fit so you can do everything with your hand. I can picture with my Nikon D500 and myZ6 as well, and the sensible controls near the grip are not disturbed by other gloves.
This is well cut, nice think. I love them. And they fit also my old over-glove.
My only advice, measure your hand as mentionned to have the best from Valleret.
Guys, you rocks!
Urbex Photography Glove
Upon receiving this glove I was quite excited. Trying it on, the glove seemed to fit exactly as I needed without it appearing bulky. However after the first trip, there were several problems that started to crop up that prevented this glove from being what I needed. First is the magnets that hold the tips back. For me these ended up lining up right with my knuckles. This made them quite annoying when I bent my fingers as the magnet would be pushed up against my knuckles by the glove. Second was seams. There are several seams on the inside that seem to be placed in the most annoying places. The worst among them is the seam at the base of the palm. This seam connects the body of the glove to the cuff as well as the product labels and a leather brand symbol on the outside of the cuff. All four of these things on one seam make this seam very rigid and it has a tendency to dig into the base of the wrist making it very uncomfortable over time. The last and by far biggest problem for me is the warmth. This glove is apparently rated for mid-winter. Right now it is the beginning of winter and we are regularly reaching freezing point. This glove is fine when I am hiking around at those temperatures. However I do a lot of long water exposures which leads to me being near water for long periods without much activity while the camera is capturing the image. During these 'resting' periods, the glove barely provides the needed warmth unless I place my hands inside my coat pockets as well. This last point is what makes me have to continue to search for photography gloves that will provide the functionality I need.