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If you're looking for gloves that work for your winter and spring riding, Burton's Approach Under Gloves are right up your alley.

The Burton Women's Approach Under Gloves keep your fingers from freezing—without temporarily freezing your assets. Thermacore insulation provides incredible warmth for the coldest days of the season, and you can remove the 220g fleece liner on warm spring days. Plus, these gloves give your fingers mobility for your park and pipe grabs. A water-resistant Storm-lite shell keeps light moisture from soaking through, and the no-gauntlet design allows you to seal your jacket's cuffs over the Approach Under Gloves for full protection against the elements. If you take a spill in the powder, use the soft chamois goggle wipe to clear away the snow so you can scope out your next turns. *Available for US Shipment Only.

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2 5

pretty lame

i bought these gloves with high hopes due to the fact that burton usually makes great products. these didn't hold up to the burton standard. i've used them three times this season and they have already started to tear at one of the fingers. my hands are absolutely freezing when i wear them on the lifts, and they are very hard to put on once your hands get any moisture on them. i do not recommend these gloves! go for something of better quality.

2 5

Fingers tore

Gloves fit nicely, but didn't keep my hands dry. Also, the fingers after two days of boarding started to shred a little at the fingers. overall, not very impressed with a Burton item

1 5


I bought these for my girlfriend, after one day out on the slopes the palms of the gloves cracked and tore. Would not recommend.

1 5

Not very water resistant

We did a slow day in the slope today with the kids, so we didn't ride much. Still these gloves were soaked at the end of the day. My husbands gloves was completely dry after the day so mine should be able to hold the water away...

4 5

An OK glove

If you want a glove that looks nice and fits good you want this one. I have really long fingers so to find a glove that fits me is pretty much amazing! But these did!! The down side is that they are not that warm and you need another layer under them