Markhof Pro 2.0 Photography Glove

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The Markhof Pro 2.0 is your versatile “take everywhere” functional and stylish photography glove. Our customer favourite, tried-and-tested glove.

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With a Pre-curved Glove Design & 100% Merino Wool liner, Thinsulate insulation, and weather-proofed fabrics this makes for a warm and fitted glove with an excellent camera feel.

*SLIM fit, UNISEX sizing. If you prefer a looser fit, consider going up a size..
From the streets to the peaks, the Markhof Pro 2.0 continues to be a fan favorite.

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Designed for: Mid Winter

The Markhof Pro 2.0 Photography Glove - designed for Mid Winter conditions

What's the difference between Markhof Pro V3 and Markhof Pro 2.0?

Tech Specs
  • 100 % Merino Wool inner
  • FlipTech finger caps with Magnets
  • Goat Leather
  • Laminated Soft Twill and a 2 ply DWR Suede
  • Non-slip grip
  • SD-Card pocket with Tripod Key
  • Jersey Cuff
  • Shipping

    Your product will be shipped from Michigan, USA.

    Once your parcel has been sent you will receive an e-mail with your tracking number and tracking link.

    Estimated delivery times are as follows:
    USA: 1-5 business days
    Canada: 7-16 business days
    Rest of the World: 5-21 business days
    If your country is not listed among the available options, we kindly direct you to visit our Global website for a broader range of alternatives.

    *Please Note: Import taxes may apply if you are shopping from outside United States.

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 109 reviews
    Louise Desclos
    Photo Gloves 2.0

    I have small hand, so ordered small size. They are tight. I tried to make them more pliable. Not much success. In the cold they did not keep my fingers warm. These will not be adequate for a winter adventure. I may have to put large mittens over them.

    Winston Griffin
    First time ever for photography gloves

    These are awesome. The grip, the warmth, and of course the two finger covers that allow camera setting adjustments. Very well thought out!

    Thrilled you love the design and warmth of Markhof Pro 2.0 gloves Winston :D Happy winter shooting!

    Chris Court
    Comfortable, and warm for their low bulk.

    These gloves are stylish, comfortable and warm, and the flip-back fingers make accessing your camera controls simple without exposing your entire hand to the elements.

    My only quibbles are 1) I would prefer if they extended a little further up my wrists to give more overlap with my sleeve. Even a centimeter or so would be an improvement; 2) I’d prefer if the metal “Vallerret” badge were replaced with a screen-printed logo, or removed completely to remove any chance of scratching my camera equipment or catching on a pocket; 3) the zip pockets on the back of the gloves are fairly impractical. Make ‘em a little larger to easily fit hand warmers, or remove them completely.

    Having said that, these are minor points that don’t affect the functionality of the gloves. They work as advertised, and will make my landscape photography here in SE Alaska an order of magnitude more pleasant. I hope to get many years of use from them.

    Chris Court
    (IG: #kiwiinalaska)

    Carl Sidor
    Excellent photography gloves.

    These are wonderful gloves for photographers. I had a pair from another manufacturer, but they were not as warm and supple as these. I was out shooting at 4 degrees above zero and hand holding my Nikon with absolutely no cold fingers. Definitely worth the price.

    James Owens
    Old Man - Winter

    Here is the story of an old man in the winter. The blood flow isn't what it once was. Early morning breaking trail through pristine snow by the light of a headlamp gets the heart pumping and keeps the hands and fingers warm. Then, after reaching the goal in time for the sunrise it is time to stop and set up the shot.

    Take off the pack and get the camera out. Find the composition and set up the tripod and gear. While framing the shot the blood flow slows and the fingers quickly cool and then freeze. This takes away from the concentration and enjoyment of the moment.

    The Vallerret gloves allow me to handle gross motor movements like using trekking poles and setting up a tripod. They also allow the fine motor skills needed for adjusting camera settings and handling filters. All of this makes the experience more enjoyable and photography more productive.