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Freehands Men's Stretch Thinsulate Gloves (Medium, Black)

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Freehands Men's Stretch Thinsulate Gloves (Medium, Black)
Key Features
  • Waterproof / Windproof Back
  • Thinsulate Insulation for Warmth
  • Magnetic Finger Tips
  • Silicon Gripped Palm
This pair of medium black Men's Stretch Thinsulate Gloves from Freehands are designed to be used when photographing outdoors in cold weather. The gloves have a waterproof and windproof backing and are lined with Thinsulate to keep you warm in the winter while being lightweight enough to wear in milder weather.
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Freehands Men's Stretch Thinsulate Gloves Overview

This pair of medium black Men's Stretch Thinsulate Gloves from Freehands are designed to be used when photographing outdoors in cold weather. The gloves have a waterproof and windproof backing and are lined with Thinsulate to keep you warm in the winter while being lightweight enough to wear in milder weather.

When photographing in cold weather you can open the finger tips so that you can more easily access small buttons on your camera, which might be difficult to access if you were wearing normal gloves. When you need to access buttons on your camera, simply pull back the thumb and forefinger tips of the gloves to reveal your fingers. The tips are secured in place by magnets until you are ready to cover your fingers again. The palm patch features a silicon grip to prevent your camera from slipping. The gloves are designed to fit snugly so you can hold and operate your camera easily. For a looser fit, order the next size up.

UPC: 855549000215

Freehands Men's Stretch Thinsulate Gloves Specs

Physical
Size
Men's M:
8.5 to 9.0" / 21.6 to 22.9 cm (Knuckle Circumference)
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.275 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
10.2 x 5.25 x 2.3"

Freehands Men's Stretch Thinsulate Gloves Reviews

Good Fit

By Timothy
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2023-03-17

I am the kind of man with large slow hands that feel the touch and these gloves allow just that while keeping me warm

Tight Fit

By George
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2023-01-23

Although I have average sized, mens hands, I ordered the extra large size based on other reviews. These still feel a little tight. I also hoped they would have a bit more insulation, as I already own a pair of Freehands without the Thinsulate. But, overall they are an improvement, so I'm satisfied.

great on cold mornings

By Mark
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2023-01-23

fits well great on cold mornings on lake mead, photographing bald eagle migration this time year.

Bulky and not very warm

By Ted
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2023-01-20

I wore these on a 40 F overcast, humid day (no wind). Within half an hour my hands were quite cold. The fold back thumb and first digit features are obtrusive and get in the way when trying to operate a camera. I don't know why a Thinsiuate glove this bulky can be so inefficient - I have other much less bulky gloves that are much warmer in much colder weather. I cannot recommend these gloves.

XL for my 7.5 inch hand

By Scott
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2023-01-14

Wore the Large size for years, then lost one of them. Replaced with XL size. Large was a bit snug (negates the effect of insulation). XL seems just right. Tip of Index finger and thumb are not insulated...you'll notice that in really cold weather. Attached two photos: My hand vs the XL glove; XL (left) vs Large.

FABULOUS!!

By Lonnie
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2023-01-02

I've read some reviews that said these gloves aren't very good in extreme cold. Well, I live in Atlantic Canada on the coast and NOTHING is good in extreme cold and yet, these are better than most gloves I've worn. I particularly like the grip on the palms that make turning a steering wheel easy and the opening finger/thumb is useful for much more than Photography. I use them as my primary gloves, even when simply enjoying being outside.

Great for cold weather photography

By Randy
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2023-03-13

I've had a pair of Freehands gloves for several years, and use them for cold weather photography, as well as for general use. I purchased a second pair for my son, who is getting into photography himself. Having the thumb and index finger available to operate buttons, dials, or switches is great. The rest of the hand remains warm, and the finger covers can be flipped back in place easily. I'd say these gloves are suitable for moderate to cold conditions. In blizzard/survival conditions you will want something heavier (and probably without the movable fingertip covers.) But for working the camera, touching the phone screen, clicking the car remote, etc. these are great!

Useless in really cold weather

By Julius F
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2023-01-23

Took these on a trip to the Grand Canyon, and these gloves were completely useless in freezing temperatures. They might work in slightly cold conditions, but do not get these if you are expecting anything near freezing temps. Very disappointed.

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question

this gloves is per 0r singal
Asked by: Anonymous
The Freehands Men's Stretch Thinsulate Gloves are sold as a pair.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-28

I just got the Freehand Fleece gloves in LARGE & ...

I just got the Freehand Fleece gloves in LARGE & the fit perfect. What size do you recommend with these?
Asked by: Joe
Being that the Freehands Fleece Gloves you purchased in a large size has a perfect fit, it would be advisable to get the same size for the Freehands Men's Stretch Thinsulate Gloves.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2023-01-09

question

Is this available in an extra-large size? I bought the Large, but they are too small.
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, the Freehands Men's Stretch Thinsulate Gloves are available in X-Large and XX-Large sizes. Please see the following. http://bhpho.to/1c8a3IW
Answered by: Leon B.
Date published: 2018-08-28

Does anyone know what the temp rating is for ...

Does anyone know what the temp rating is for these gloves? I have the non thinsulate gloves but I’ve been shooting in the cold for some sports games and my hands went numb.
Asked by: Anonymous
Because the point is to open the finger and thumb to the elements, these gloves are not the best for extremely cold weather--whatever you consider that to be. If you are outside for more than an hour and the temperature is above 20 degrees F, these gloves should work well.
Answered by: Boyd
Date published: 2021-01-11

Do the magnets get cold?

Do the magnets get cold?
Asked by: Ron
No they don't. They work very well and are comfortable to handle cameras and lenses with.
Answered by: Vicente
Date published: 2020-11-19

question

How do I wash these gloves? I've used mine for a year and a half in all types of bad weather so they probably need a bath.
Asked by: Susan
Carefully. Suggest soaking in warm (NOT hot) water with a mild detergent. Then, after a couple hours transfer to cold water to rinse soap. Line dry. Washing machine or dryer not recommended. Note, this is what I would or will do; it's not a manufacturer's recommendation.
Answered by: David F.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

How do I know my hands size?
Asked by: Sergio
If your size (M )you have ask for X large.
Answered by: ziad j.
Date published: 2021-12-13

question

Can these be used for texting?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, with the fingers exposed, but not when covered with the fabric.
Answered by: Charlie L.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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