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Now you're ready to head out into the great white yonder.

You don't go to Alaska without having the best gear you can get, and gloves should not be an exception. The Burton AK Yeti Snowboard Glove combines waterproof breathable Gore-Tex with premium leather for unmatched grip and breathability, and a fleece lining with Gore X-Trafit keeps your hands cozy.

  • Waterproof breathable Gore-Tex X-Trafit membrane keeps your hands dry
  • Pittards Oiltac leather is soft and supple for superior dexterity, and durable enough to survive multiple seasons
  • MicroVent panels on the back of the hand accelerate breathability so you don't overheat when you're riding in the red zone
  • Super warm fleece lining with Gore X-Trafit doesn't come out with your hand when removing your gloves
  • Pistol Grip pre-curved fit is articulated for easier, more natural finger movement
  • Extended length Storm Cuff keeps snow out

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5 5

Great Gloves!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I love the low profile of the gloves; the zipper/velcro combo works phenomenally! you can use the velcro to size the glove to your hand and then leave it, as the zipper should be more than enough to get them off. For heavier gloves I've tried, the dexterity of the ak yeti is second to none. I have bad circulation in my extremities but these keep my hands pretty warm down to 5-10 degrees fahrenheit, even if I'm not moving around too much. They're a comparatively snug fit, to maximize your dexterity, but I could still fit a pair of SmartWool Liners in without issue. When paired with the liner, my hands were toasty warm despite -30 windchills in Wisconsin. If the temp is nearing the high 20's a lot of activity will probably see your hands sweat a little. Make sure you get a tight grip on the fingers before pulling them off if your hands are sweaty and you shouldn't have any problem with ripping the liner out. Waterproofing works great, and the low profile allows you to easily fit the cuff under your jacket. Large fits me almost perfectly; I have just a tiny amount of extra room on one or two fingers. The grip tech on the palm works great, and the pre-curve is an awesome little feature. I love the design of them and have gotten a ton of compliments on their look and performance. They're at the higher end for pricing, but if you want a nice looking glove that is well built, with a ton of nice features I think it's worth it.

I originally thought I was going to have missed the entire season when I ordered these in late January... Mother nature had other plans... and I got a lot of use out of them over the next two months.

4 5

Why the f@@k does Burton use material?

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Wtf is up with Burton, the keep making gloves with that stupid nose wipe material and without Fing fail for the last 10 years they keep using the $hit.....it degrades and ruins the life of the glove. eVERY fing time. Luckily I got the Yeti's when I found out 2 years ago they were all leather. News flash Burton...we want an all leather glove that will last 3-5 seasons, not a half assed glove whose materials will partially fail rendering the rest of the glove useless as water streams in where leather should be.

5 5

Great mid-weight gloves

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Super gloves. Fit great and are low profile. Wind and waterproof. Super grip on anything you grab due to the oiltac. They don't leave an oily residue on surfaces. They can get a little clammy over 25 F if you run hot like I do. I've had trouble pulling digits out of the fingers and pulled the lining out with them. Very hard to put the lining back in. Not so warm below zero. So between 0 F and 25 F, you'll be good to go. I use some smart wool glove liners that fit in very nicely when temps near 0 F, no bulk added. There's just enough room in the gloves for at think liner.

5 5

The best?

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love these gloves and I'm even a skier! The pre-curved fingers grips poles super good and the fit is nice and low profile. I love the zipper on the glove as well to make sure they are as low profile as possible and fit into the sleeve of the jacket perfectly. Not to mention the leather is top notch and the waterproofing is as well. Fits true to size.

4 5

Sweet Low Profile

Great set of gloves for the price, nice and warm. Not to mention there low profile and feel like a baby seal oh ya.

5 5

Ak at its best !

With the new pittards oiltac leather with microvent maintains a reservoir within the leather that continuously replenishes grip. Pistol pre curved fit for comfort. Unisex sizing . Add the Gore-Tex membrane and you have a winner!

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A good glove but not suitable for low temp
Was out today in -10 centigrade and my fingers were freezing

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I can always tell this dude's reviews because he always sounds like a enthusiastic sales rep with no originality, and always gives five stars. find a new hobby, dude.

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Four Horsemen is DEFINATELY a Burton Rep; it is interesting that ha has nothing to say but "tech" boasting generic review slang. He never references acctually using any of the gear he reviews, and even posts reviews for womens Burton stuff too. How sleazy. If it is good gear it will sell its self.

Hey funk dogs, I want to get these gloves...

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Hey funk dogs, I want to get these gloves but need help with the sizing. My hand measures 3.75 inches across the knuckles so burtons chart says thats a medium. I have narrow but long hands and fingers and wear an XL dakine glove. Should I go with a medium or large pair of yeti's?

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go large. definitely go large

go large. definitely go large
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Ended up goin with the mediums and they fit perfect, they are not very bulky and the fingers aren't as stubby as on dakine gloves, Nice leather too. Kinda look like batman gloves