Winter Photography Clothing

Clothing for a Winter Photography Tour or Workshop (Podcast 398)

With my Japan Snow Monkey and Hokkaido Photography Tour and Workshops for 2014 just around the corner, this week I'm going to walk you through the main items of clothing that I take with me. This of course is not solely for the purpose of my tour participants, although this...

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8 Comments
  • Arthur Morris
    Posted at 04:54h, 16 December Reply

    Great stuff Martin. I wear a 10 1/2 sneaker (US) but have wide feet . As the Baffin boots do not come in widths do you think that I should get a size 11? Do you wear heavy socks with them?

    thanks, artie

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 15:43h, 16 December Reply

      Hi Artie,

      I usually take a 9 UK / 10 US size, but it felt just a bit too snug, so I went for the 10 UK / 11 US size and if anything they’re a tad too large, although trapping a bit of air is good to help keep warm. I have pretty wide feet too, so yes, I’d say go for the 11 and they’ll probably be perfect.

      Yes, I wear the socks at the top of this post with them. They have a very thick weave inside too.

      Thanks for dropping by!

      Cheers,
      Martin.

  • Arthur Morris
    Posted at 19:39h, 16 December Reply

    Thanks a stack Martin. I am wondering if I will wind up needing a 12….

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 20:30h, 16 December Reply

      Maybe so, but I was thinking that as you take a 1/2 size larger than me in a sneaker, and my size 11 (US) Baffins are just slightly on the large size, they might be perfect for you. I was able to put a pair of size 10 (US) on, but they were a tad too tight.

      Of course it would be best if you could try them before you buy, but if you mail order, ensure you can send them back if necessary.

      • Arthur Morris
        Posted at 20:41h, 16 December Reply

        Thanks again Martin. I will try to mail order two pairs and return one 🙂 artie

  • Arthur Morris
    Posted at 07:41h, 05 January Reply

    I ordered a size 11. As expected, the boots are huge. But I could barely get my size 10 1/2 feet into them without socks on…. I am exchanging them for a size 12 and would not be shocked if they are too small as they are very narrow….. 🙂

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 10:38h, 05 January Reply

      Wow! That’s surprising. I usually take a 3E width shoe, and although they are snug, the US 10 were fine for me. Sorry about that Artie. I hope the 12s are good for you though.

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