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Lets you ride all day.

Take advantage of your day off, head up to the mountain, and don’t forget the Burton Women’s Approach Under Mitten. If you want to ride all day, the Thermacore insulation, 5K rated fabric, and DryRide Insane Membrane keep your fingers dry, warm, and cozy. If you happen to take a digger, wipe the snow off your goggles with the goggle wipe. The removable fleece liners make it easy for you to check your messages when you ride up the chairlift or gondola.

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4 5

Runs a little big but comfortable

I haven't tried these out in the elements but they seem warm & comfortable. The real test will be on the slopes next season. I'll update my review next winter.

5 5

Love them but they do run big

They keep my hands very warm. I find I just wear te fleece liners until I start to get cold. I've gotten a lot of compliments on them too.

are the liners mittens or gloves?

are the liners mittens or gloves?

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the liners from burton are always going to be a glove. hope this helps

the liners from burton are always going to be a glove. hope this helps
4 5

Great but a little big!

I love them keeps my hands warm. I ordered a medium should have bought a small. Innner lining easy to get out to put hot hands in.

3 5

Burton Approach Under Mitt

These were the first mittens I ever tried. Gloves could never keep my hands warm enough and these definitely did a lot better job. I like the removable liner because you can get into your pockets or whatever without your hands completely freezing. Only downside, they barely made it through my season (70-80 days though). The right palm got worked from strapping in and out of my bindings so much.

My hand measures between 2.5" and 3" at the knuckle. Went with the medium because of that. Fits great

5 5

Well done!

I wanted an extra pair of mittens before I set off for Spring Break in Vermont. I tried these a couple nights before I left, knowing that I would get a good idea how well they worked in 20 degree weather. They were fantastic! Normally my mittens work only freezing and above, but my hands were not affected at all when the temperature was below freezing. The inner-fleece, while I was a little worried, is actually quite warm. I also liked the fact that I could FINALLY pull my jacket sleeves over my mittens, because Ride doesn't make huge openings. I really like these mittens and I recommend them to anyone who experiences below freezing weather and wants to stay warm!

3 5


my thumb was freezing within 2 hours of riding - not well insulated compared to previous gloves with thinsulate.

3 5

Moderately warm

I have cold hands. I always have cold hands and these were very cute, functional but didn't quite keep me warm. They have a removable fleece lining but the fleece lining is a glove. I actually am warmer when my fingers are touching each other in a mitten. The fleece glove is a nice functional addition. With the liners in it fills up the cavity of the mittens, without the liners in the mittens are large and loose you lose dexterity. Though a hand warmer would fit in there without the liners in, I will probably just go with the Burton Baker Under Mitt. I wish Backcountry sold more undermitts because with today's styles...really more people wear them under the sleeves than over. I have the 686 Ace down jacket and there is no way in hell that any gauntlet will ever fit over my sleeves so ...just sayin' keep the under mitts and under gloves in your inventory. We like options!