Quick Video Review of the Aquatech Sensory Gloves

January 22, 2010

Photo Gear

With the winter upon us on the northern hemisphere I am always looking for ways to stay warm while being able to operate my camera effectively. Recently I have been using these new gloves and they have quickly become one of my recent favorite photo accessories. The Sensory Gloves from Aquatech are comfortable, waterproof and have a breathable outer shell, but they have one very innovative feature that make them perfect for the photographer. Watch this quick video review to find out.

If you are interested in getting your own pair, head on over to our friends at Outdoor Photo Gear


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5 Responses to “Quick Video Review of the Aquatech Sensory Gloves”

  1. Sheila Says:

    Well worth buying!

    This type of glove rocks for shooting. I have gloves like this, and mittens that you flip thumb and mitten back for use of all fingers.

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  2. Jeremy Pollack Says:

    I love my AquaTech Sensory Gloves. Been using them all of the time. I can wear them all day and never have to take them off, even getting things out of my pockets, even eating.

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  3. Roy Evans Says:

    I order these as soon as I say the post. I am an amateur photographer but I can see uses for this glove no mater what you do as an out door endeveir.

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  4. John Gayman Says:

    Either my gloves are defective or I have a different definition of the term “waterproof”. Yes, they are very comfortable and fairly warm in dry weather.

    However, I used mine for the first time in the rain last night shooting a soccer game and they are not waterproof AT ALL! It was a slow drizzle and my gloves were completely soaked in no time leaving my hands wet and freezing cold. I sure expected more from a $50 pair of AquaTech gloves.

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