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Low-profile style, high-time warmth.

Dude, stop suffering with cold hands—those spring gloves are called ‘spring’ for a reason. With the Men's Approach Under Gloves, Burton hooks you up with mid-winter warmth without going overboard on bulk. Low-profile Thermacore insulation and a removable 220g fleece liner give you finger-saving warmth, and the coated waterproof DryRide Ultrashell fends off the wind and snow. Burton precurved the Approach Under Glove's fingers for dexterity and included a goggle wipe to keep you going after a face plant. On warmer days, remove the liners and rock the shells alone. These Burton gloves tuck under your jacket cuffs for a clean, low-profile look. - Fall 2008.

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5 5

Like mittens, only with fingers

Gloves were stellar. They kept me warm and dry. I went with just the shells because it was so warm in Colorado (March 16-20) and at times I even had to take the shells off. I have gone shells only in 25 degree weather at home playing with my daughter in the snow for over an hour and they were fine, so I would trust them in any cold or wet weather.

5 5

Very reasonable and effective gloves

These are a very solid pair of gloves that are reasonably sized and extend to cover your wrists. The removable fleece line helps on cold and windy days while the waterproofing does an adequate job of keeping your hands dry. The goggle wipe is convenient and there are little pockets inside each glove that I would imagine (but haven't personally tried) are used for some sort of small handwarmer. I haven't used them in extremely cold/wet conditions, but they are perfect for a normal wintry day on the slopes.

5 5

They get the job done

These gloves are pretty good. At first, they are a pain to use with the liner, but you soon appreciate them. For a 5K waterproofing, they are more than formidable for any stormy day. But, as a 5K glove, expect some freezing on uber bad days. This has happened only once to me and it took a lot of water for it to happen. If you want some improvement on the warmth, I suggest the Burton Power Stretch Liner (BUR2376). The only reason I got those was cuz the I lost the original liners, but trust me, the new liners are golden for these gloves