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The Burton Pipe Glove—because you don’t just session the park.

Terrain park, city rails, your neighbor’s deck—the Burton Men’s Pipe Gloves can handle wherever your jibbing takes you. Burton’s DryRide Ultrashell blocks wetness on slushy spring days, and built-in venting prevents your hands from stewing in sweat. Neoprene panels help this glove fit like a second skin so it keeps a low profile, and no-snag cuffs won’t get caught up on your sleeves. Burton's synthetic-suede Clarino palm provides no-slip grip for tweaked-out grabs. - Fall 2008.

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4 5

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these gloves are great for warm days, they do get wet really quick especially when building kickers and what not

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bought these gloves for spring days, didn't wear them much but they do not keep your hands very warm, just and are very ventilated good for warm spring days

5 5

niiiiiice !

Bought the gloves for springs days , I'm skiing and I like the feeling of a light glove to have a good grip on my poles . warm enough for sunny days , don't take them if you need just one pair of gloves : you'll be frozen !

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Knuckle Draggers Wanted!

They have padding on the knuckles which is pretty cool encase you decide you wanna be a knuckle dragger. There is a little bit of leather here and there on the glove that has gotten wet, but nothing Nikwax can't fix!

The palms are gripped out, whatever you latch onto your not gonna let go of!

is this glove warm enough to be used if...

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is this glove warm enough to be used if you just want to take a day on the hill?

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You can take this on the hill, but remember its only water-resistant, not water-proof. So the first thing your hands get wet, they're gonna get cold. But this isn't the glove for the super cold days. It's meant for park and pipe sessions, not 6 inches of powder.

I need help on sizes for this glove

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I need help on sizes for this glove

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Well, if you refer to the chart in the "View Sizing Chart" link, it should help you out. It's right below the drop down "Select Options" menu and above the orange "Add to Cart" button.