Sun 28-Oct-12 11:44 PM | edited Sun 28-Oct-12 11:45 PM by Replytoken
>The starting point is probably liner glovers. You can cut >off the finger tips if needed. Some light weight gloves have >textured finger tips. > >For cold weather, I use foldover mitts. My wife uses them too >- and her hands are always cold. >http://www.simmsfishing.com/site/windstopper_foldover_mitt.html > >And the ultimate solution is the Cozy Camera wrap. I used >this wrap with my camera in Yellowstone in the winter with >temperatures down to minus 40 degrees. The wrap has pockets >for heat packs. Its expensive but an excellent product for >cold weather. > >https://www.ppsna.com/product_info.php/products_id/1192 > >Eric Bowles >Nikonians Team
I am currently evaluating a couple of pairs of liner gloves, but I have not yet resorted to cutting them up. I did pick up a pair of fold over glove/mittens from Mountain Hardwear that are almost identical to the pair that you have linked to. I have not yet tried them out.
The Cozy Camera wrap is not something that I have seen. It looks interesting, and I will be further researching it when I have a free moment. Thank you for the suggestion. I hope at some point to either post a detailed update, or link to a detailed review on one of my blogs when I am further along and know more.