As a naturalist, I spend a lot of winter time in the field with my camera and binoculars. My fingers and toes are also hypersensitive to cold. Hand and toe warmer packs have transformed my winter experience, even at sub-zero temperatures. I keep a full box of each on hand every winter and find Hot Hands and Grabbers brands most effective, allowing me to be out for several hours. I also need hand flexibility for my photography and am very happy with my All Elements touch-tip Manzella gloves. They have many styles and are carried in most larger outdoor stores and online outlets.
> On Dec 12, 2018, at 4:18 PM, Ann Curran <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Winter Birders,
> I'm in need of gloves to keep my frozen fingers warm while I look for
> winter birds. Gloves that will also let me maneuver the focus on my
> binoculars. Every time I've bought a pair of gloves that looks perfect,
> I've been disappointed.
> So, I turn to you for suggestions, and you're welcome to reply to the list,
> since there are probably others with the same problem.