Photographer's Gloves Keeps Your Fingers Toasty

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Essentially the same as hobo gloves, these photographers gloves keep your hands toasty as you snap off pics of Brangelina's new baby in whatever third world country they happen to be in this week. The only difference between these and standard fingerless gloves is that your pinkie and ring finger are protected, which makes sense if you were a photographer or a sniper, but makes less sense if you were Dr. Evil.

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Of course, you could save the 4,830 Yen ($42) and just cut off three fingers from standard gloves, but the fingers on these are re-attachable when you're done shooting.

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lesseffective

You're kidding me, right? I've had a pair of gloves almost perfectly identical to these for years. For the record, they're not very warm, even when closed (because the flap leaves open some space for cold, cold air flow) and they're not very convenient to snap open and shut either. It's honestly almost as easy as pulling off and putting the gloves back on. By any means, these aren't a breakthrough and you don't have to go to Japan for them.