A solid waterproof glove without having to dip into her college fund.
Toss out your girl’s soaked gloves and grab the waterproof Burton Girls’ Glove. The tough DRYRIDE Ultrashell 2L fabric teams up with a DRYRIDE Insane Membrane insert to provide her cold-natured hands the waterproofing she needs to build the best snowman on the block or shred the best line through the park. The soft microfiber lining and Thermacore insulation keep her fingers toasty while she rides in another storm, but also allow her sweaty palms to vent through the breathable fabrics as she stands above her first tabletop. Grabbing chairs and ski poles is easy with the Toughgrip palm and with the tight closure and gauntlet she doesn’t have to worry about snow getting inside when she drags her hand through the belly-deep snow.
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: Runs large
They are cute, but after playing outside in the snow (Minnesota Winter) both of my kids were complaining that their hands were cold and wet. I'm super bummed! Thought after investing in a "good" pair of gloves that the kiddos would have warm fingers!
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- Gender: Female
We haven't had a chance to use them yet, but when my daughter tried them on, she said they were reallywarm. They seem to be good quality, and I like the fact that they come up higher over the wrist. Only down side that I could see, is that the finger tips are squared off, so you feel more of the seam of the material, which if you have long fingers, might be annoying. For her purposes though, she still had some room so it was no problem. We also liked the grips on the fingers and palm. So, far, it's a hit!