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Burton and Gore-Tex protection plus the kitchen sink.

You could call the Burton Men’s Gore-Tex Glove the Cadillac of snowboarding gloves. Complete with a Gore-Tex insert, Thermacore insulation, a removable stretch liner, and even a goggle wipe and heater-vent pocket, this Burton shred glove delivers excellent performance. Customize warmth and comfort with the Burton four-way Stretch DRYRIDE Thermex liner. Unzip the heater pocket to vent excess heat, or throw in a heater packet for toasty protection on the coldest days. The removable liner’s Sticky Icky Grip Palm helps keep your digits locked into the Gore-Tex Glove, and also allows the liner to be a stand-alone glove when you’re rocking around town après shred.

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5 5

Great Gloves

The gloves are warm and fit well. They keep out the cold even on the wetter days at the mountain. Also the liners that come with are great for a warm day. I'm glad I picked these up.

5 5

Really great!

really good glove!
and I like this site!
Please always thrive.
Thank you!

5 5

Really great!

really good glove!
and I like this site!
Please always thrive.
Thank you!

4 5

Awesome gloves for snowboarding

These were my first snowboarding gloves (i had always used mittens).
They're pretty basic but had all the right features and kept my hands warm and dry all day long.

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Just to add, I ordered smalls based on the sizing chart but ended up returning them for mediums.

5 5

Get these gloves!

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!

4 5

Pretty Toasty

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.

4 5

Top notch stuff

Where I snowboard it's been hot, warm, mild, cold, or bloody freezing, but now my hands are armed against every eventuality. These gloves are the best. The inner glove is a great addition for really chilly days, and the vents are great for cooling off quick when its warm, and the inside dries out really quick, so if you get snow or sweat in there, you don't have to put up with it all day. The skirt is great at keeping out snow, and I like the big tab to let you pull them up without fumbling with awkward strings. I haven't had them long, so I can't comment on the longevity/durability issue that has been brought up in other comments.

Update: Okay, after a couple of weeks, the stitching between little finger and whatever-the-next-finger-is-called started to go. But I'm returning them and getting another pair to see if it was just a fluke. I like them too much not to give them a second chance.

Top notch stuff
5 5

warm+dry+manuverable=the perfect glove

Way better than the bakers I had last year. Title explains the rest.

1 5

Poor Seam Quality

On paper these gloves are great. Grippy liners. Nice soft goggle wipe. Mini zip pocket for lift pass. Easy to remove, just pull 2 straps with 2 fingers. What lets them down is the construction quality. I had a pair and after around 10-15 days of riding the seams started coming undone. I got them replaced under warranty, nowhere near the "W48" promise btw. By the time I next used the replacement pair just over a year had passed since I bought the original pair and the same thing happened, the seams around the fingers and thumbs started unravelling. Burton refused to replace or fix them saying it was "over a year since I bought the original pair". Very poor customer service. Why not just admit you have made some sh#t gloves and repair or replace them. I will never buy burton gloves again. The design is great, the build quality is piss poor.

5 5

Good Glove.

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).

2 5

Burton Glove

I used these gloves for one season and they started to fall apart. There not Burton's highest end glove, but i expected more out of them. The seams ripped between the fingers and the fabric froze during icy conditions. If you want a high quality glove that will never let you down, I would recommend throwing down the extra money and get the Burton Oven Mitts.

1 5

Terrible!

I went through two pair in a matter on two months.

I have always rocked Burton gloves, and loved them. That is, until these suckers. They were super comfy and warm, but for some reason they ripped on me the first day on the hill. I wasn't riding anything super crazy either. Just some groomers and a bit of Cascade Concrete.

They ripped along the seam on the tip of the finger. As if the stitch was coming undone.

I thought maybe I got a defective pair, so i returned them for another pair.

The second paid held up for about a month and a half but the same exact thing happened, in the same exact place. The seam was coming undone!

Also, the "Gore-Tex" doesn't seem to actually be waterproof as many times my hands would be soaked by midday....

Not sure if these two pair I got were defective, but I would NEVER recommend these gloves. Complete garbage.

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Stop being such a knuckledragger! :-P

Seriously..gloves aren't made to be dragged across hard pack at high speeds...and having used these gloves for a decade..I'm pretty sure that's how you ripped. If not, you got a defective pair..get 'em replaced and keep your hand off the snow on toeside turns!

...Or...get some duck tape.

4 5

Warm, dry and cosy!

Really happy with the Burton gloves. Always dry and warm in -20 Niseko powder conditions. Easy to get on and off, quite durable. I found the clip which connects the gloves when not being used to be a little unreliable... Almost lost the gloves a few times getting on and off shuttle buses etc. Confirm the color before making an order, my gloves shipped with the Blue strip rather than black/grey as I was expecting.

5 5

Great Gloves

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.

4 5

Burton Gloves

VERY GOOD GLOVES, GOOD FIT , EXCELENT WARMTH WORKS GREAT IN THE POWDER PEAKS...

4 5

Pretty good gloves

I really like these gloves. I wish i didn't get the ones with the skirt because they don't fit over my burton jacket very easily. Besides that they are pretty warm and kept my hands dry. They do feel a little bulky when you have the inner liner but I think that is expected

I'm 5'7 and I had to get a size small. Medium was too big

5 5

great gloves

i got these for $39 when they were on sale last yr and i love them!prev. i had timberland gloves and they used to get soaked after an hour on the slopes.with the burton gore tex gloves, my hands stayed dry and warm entire day.I used only the outside gloves without the inner lining on 20deg weather and still had no issues.could prob use it with just outside gloves even in 0 deg days.spend the extra buck and get these gloves, you will use them for a long long time

1 5

Fall apart after 20 days of light use

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.

5 5

Do the job

Took them to Colorado for a week of boarding and have been using them as my biking gloves in Chicago. They work great for both applications. Only minor issues I've had: 1) Bit awkward to try to pull the gauntlet over your jacket sleeve with a glove on. 2) On my pair it can be a bit tricky to get the left hand pinky finger into the glove if I'm already wearing the liner; probably just a minor manufacturing issue. Overall though, quite warm and useful.

4 5

Like the updated design

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.

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