The Burton Powerstretch gloves let your fingers move while keeping them toasty warm.
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I work as a lift operator and these gloves are so good. They are very tough and hold up a lot better then the regular liners that you get with your big gloves. They keep your hands so warm. As all the Burton liner the snow just brushes off. I was so glad when I found these on backcountry as in australia you can not buy extra burton liners.
SLED DOGS LOVE 'EM!
I train racing sled dogs. It gets awfully cold with bare hands handling snaps and harnesses and endless knots. My boyfriend brought these home from his ski shop for me to try out about 4yrs ago. I LOVE em! They are soft and flexible, available in smaller women's sizes, nice grippy palms - not scratchy like several other brands I've tried. Of course, they aren't made for the beating they take in a dog yard so I have been through several pairs. I usually rotate two pairs a season. And since they are just liners, a few holes don't negate their usefulness. I have tried many other brands just to SEE, and always come back to these Burtons. I LOVERMONT anyway. :)
Stretch Powers Beyond Your Wildest Imagination.
OK not really, they're quite stretchy, but I could imagine things far more so.
I love the sticky palms, and when worn as a driving glove I feel like Mario Andretti.
They're warm, although my pinkie gets kinda cold in them, they allow almost normal dexterity, tying a shoe, or a snowboard boot is a trivial task.
Overall I like em.
gloves are great for when you first start the car and driving to work. the only concern that i see is that part of the rubber grips on the bot of the gloves is starting to wear away on the finger tips. minus that it works fab.
these gloves are the best liner gloves! they keep your hands warm and still give you enough dexterity to type on a keyboard. the palm side also has sticky material so it's nice for grip, i.e. for driving. over the years i've bought more than 5 pairs: for myself, family, and friends. get them. you won't be sorry.