Burton Gore-Tex Glove - Men's - 2009
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February 23, 2011
I ordered a pair (medium) for my son and a pair for myself (extra large) in the black and blue color in late January 2011. They are a bit large on most all of the fingers except the middle index finger. However, one size down would have cramped the middle index finger and made the rest a better fit. I'll take a bit oversized. From my wrist to my index finger is 20.5 cm and my son is 19.5 cm. We recently used these on two separate trips and on the second trip, they were so warm with the liners (outside temps just below freezing with no wind and sunny skies) that we had to forgo the liners. They kept our hands extremely warm and dry. Have not had any issues with the quality, but we only used them a total of four days so far. The colors match almost identically with my son's Ride Insano Double Boa snowboard boots.
March 16, 2010
These glove were pretty nice until the seams fell apart after about 20 days of riding. I find that this is pretty typical for Burton products recently. I guess they figure they won't sell as many if they make a product that lasts more than 1 season? I'm done with Burton forever after having seen way too many brand new items fail.
By the way, Burton's warranty program is totally useless. I've been put around in circle for so many other failures that I decided not to even try to get these fixed or replaced.
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September 17, 2009
I got these in all black and they feel awesome. Very water proof, warm, and come with the liners which are perfect for driving to the mtn, getting the boards off the roof rack, or anything else where you might need a nice, thin glove to keep your hands warm. The goggle wiper is a nice touch too!
February 4, 2012
These gloves are the business! I buy size S for my 13 y.o. boy. Before we bought these he would wear through at least 2-3 pairs of gloves per season (he's on snow 3-5 days per week). These gloves lasted almost two whole seasons before he lost one and they still had plenty of life in them. I would definitely recommend!
February 3, 2012
These gloves are pretty warm and they have a little strap you can tighten around your wrist to make a tighter fit for your hand. I can't speak about durability as I've only had the pair for about 5 ski days and they're holding up fine but they're warm and waterproof, nothing extraordinary but they get the job done well.
January 20, 2010
This is my second pair of these, and I'm still impressed. The first pair lasted almost 3 years, and that was while learning the first year. So they got allot of abuse before giving up. Got a bad pair of Dakine's last year and came back to the Burton's. Pretty solid glove, and the liner's always a nice addition, as well.
Red Pig Bank
October 5, 2011
I purchased these in XL. My hand measures 8.125" from base of hand at wrist to tip of middle finger. The glove fits great. There is a little room in all the fingers but still fits well enough to pinch and grab with ease. The liners definitely bring up the warmth and on most days are unnecessary in my opinion. The Cardinal/Black is almost a direct match to last season's Grail boot by Burton (black and red colorway).
January 8, 2010
so I've had 2 pairs of these gloves they are pretty sick. I've had snow get in side the glove at the top of the Mountain buy the time I get to the bottom the snow is liquid. then by the time Im at the top of the mountain the inside of the gloves are dry and my hands are warm. the gloves are great but they fall apart after about 20 days on the hill I have one pair toatlly shredded insulation falling out all over so I gave up on them. and copped another pair off Brociety for $20 and their ripped too so I got em' all duct taped up an they still work but I'm a fan of lasting products and burton has fallin off in that catagvorie both with these gloves and my 08 cartels Jake gets a wag of the finger
December 11, 2009
I bought these in Mocha for $59 somewhere else, but they are sick gloves. They were very warm, and the heater pocket helped dump extra heat. My hands were bone dry all day and didn't get clammy. Also the glove liners are bad-ass! I got stuck putting on snow chains in freezing cold weather and the liners kept my hands warm enough and had enough "feeling" in them to get the job done. The only goofy part is the wrist closure at the very top of the glove, the drawstring is weird (Maybe I'm not doing it right.) Overall, Burton killed it again.
December 28, 2009
The design of this glove is quite good, however it is let down by poor stitching. I first bought a pair 2 years ago. After one snow trip (9 days on the hill) the stitching on the fingers started to come undone. When I got home I sent them back to Burton and got a replacement pair. I used them 6 months later and exactly the same thing happened. Burton would not replace this pair as they were out of warranty. Poor customer service. I will not buy burton gloves again.
- [shell] DRYRIDE Ultrashell; [lining] brushed microfiber; [palm] Toughgrip (synthetic leather)
- Thermacore insulation
- Removable Liner:
- yes, four-way stretch DRYRYDE thermex
- drawstring, ladderlock wrist cinch
- Goggle Wipe:
- Nose Wipe:
- Recommended Use:
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 1 year