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They are good to give you protection on the slopes. Won't keep your hand warm on a cold day. But on those spring or warmer days these are great. I normally wear small or medium in women's gloves and the smalls were big. the XS fit much better.
Burton Pipe Gloves
I bought the Burton Pipe Gloves for my boyfriend and he absolutely loves them! He uses them every time he goes snowboarding and says they were exactly what he wanted. Thank you!
Excellent grip even if you're not skiing. Durability is exceptional and can wear doing tasks or sports.
Burton Lime Green Gloves
I love the look and style of these gloves! They're definitely not going to be warm enough if you're gonna spend a lot of time in the snow. I noticed that they tend to absorb the snow and freeze! Overall, they weren't incredibly warm, but I don't think you can expect them to be. They do have a great grip though! I enjoy the way they look and how lightweight they are!
Burton Pipe Glove
My favorite thing about these gloves is the True Black color design. I've been complimented many times on how cool these gloves look. These gloves are also great for the grip. I can get a firm grip on my board while doing grabs. The main con about these gloves is that they soak up the snow. At the end of the day, I can feel the coldness through the Pipe Gloves and my Under Armour ColdGear Liner gloves. In addition, the decals have slightly started to peel off; however, I still think these gloves are worth it.
Burton Pipe Glove
There isn't even a pipe where i ride, i just bought these for warm days on the hill, days where my insulated gloves would hold water and make my hands cold. They are waterproof but they do not really keep your hands all that warm, but i wasn't expecting them to. You may want to order a size down from your normal glove size for better dexterity. All in all they are a great glove for mellow days.