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AT Frosted Lens Insulated Sleeve Protective sleeve for tripod heads, lenses and tubes, specifically designed for outdoor cold weather photography. It is 38 cm (15 inches) long and has a 12 cm (4.8 inches) diameter. 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
$69.99

Insulated Sleeve

CAD $69.99
Insulated Sleeve
Insulated Sleeve
Insulated Sleeve
Insulated Sleeve
Insulated Sleeve
Insulated Sleeve

Insulated Sleeve

CAD $69.99
Model Number: AT061
Protective sleeve for tripod heads, lenses and tubes, specifically designed for outdoor cold weather photography.
It is 38 cm (15 inches) long and has a 12 cm (4.8 inches) diameter.
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The Insulated Sleeve is specifically designed for outdoor cold weather photography. It is 38 cm (15 inches) long and has a 12cm (4.8 inches) diameter.
It is recommended to protect tripod heads, lenses and tubes.

The Insulated Sleeve is made of the same fabric as the Camera Parka Pro. The outer shell is water resistant and wind proof. The inner fleece provides insulation. The thermal fabric in between provides extra insulation and reflects heat when added in the sleeve.

100% Polyester.

Size:
Length: 38 cm (15 inches)
Diameter: 12 cm (4.8 inches)
Thickness: 2.5 cm (0.9 inches)

Available in Blue only.

Manufactured in Canada.

We stand by the quality of our products. If you find that they don’t fit your need, they can be returned for a full refund. See our policy for full details.

What our Customers are saying

I was able to keep my camera outside for over an hour, without it frosting over or getting cold. My hands stayed nice and warm, too! This is the best purchase I have made in a very long time!! Thank you!!!

Nicole Davis Washington State February 19, 2016