As versatile as your riding style.
In a search for the ultimate in versatility, Burton gave the Men’s Baker Glove a zippered pocket that allows you to vent on hot days and stash a heat pack on colder ones. Whatever the weather, the waterproof breathable DRYRIDE Durashell fabric and synthetic-leather palms provide protection against the elements. Burton added Thermacore insulation to make the Baker Gloves warm enough for frigid mid-winter days without being too hot for a spring terrain park sesh. - Fall 2008.
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Good gloves, dont know what this guy is complaining
this gloves are good, used for 2 days 8 hours per day and they did their work, temperature was maybe in the 20's and they didn't got wet, didn't sustain even one cut from handling the skis so i don't know what this other guy is complaining about, the product has worked as expected for me
These gloves look nice and have really nice material, solid leather, but they do not keep your hands warm at all! I am on the mountain every other day teaching lessons, and my hands have never gotten cold, I bought these cause I have trashed my other pair and used them on a colder spring day and my fingers froze. They ran a little small, and were just plain uncomfortable. The gauntlet doesnt come very high ether and left my wrist exposed for most of the day. If you want a warm weather glove, these are fine, but expect to freeze if it drops below 30
Very low quality
These gloves look really sweet but they are not.
They were super ripped up after just 1 day of riding.
By ripped, up - the fingers were all frayed horribly, the gloves looked like they looked like they had over 3 seasons heavy use in just that 1 day.
They did keep my hands warm even when it was in the high 20s AND are not at all water proof. Each night I would have to sit them out by the fire to dry so I would not have soaked gloves the next day.
Also the gauntlet is very much non-existent, its not long enough to cover much at all and certifiably not keep the snow out of your sleeves.
They do have thick leather palms which offer a lot of protection from stuff like very sharp branches that may come up out of nowhere at you.
I board in virginia. These gloves are fine on days when the weather is above freeing. They have some great features, and look cool. On the days that it gets into the 20's and below they don't retain much heat. I recently went up to the sloaps and it got to about 15 degrees and i got frostbite 4 times. You can put a handwarmer in them and your palms are fine, but there is nothing like boarding for two hours and having to ditch your friends to go to the cabin to let your hands defrost. For the price they should be much better. I had som spyders before and they were awsome. First pair of Burton gloves and now they are going to be the last.