The Burton Profile Gloves give you no-nonsense, cold-weather protection.
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Middle of the road
Okay. I got these so I can be outfitted with some Burton gear. These gloves are nice when it's kind of warm outside (about 35 degrees and up). If the weather's going to be colder, don't use these gloves. Your hands will get cold (and wet if you wipe out like I do). No problem with stitching.
Kept me warm and dry
Despite all the sketchy reviews, these gloves are not bad considering the price (It's even lower than when I bought them 1 month ago!). They kept me dry 8 straight hours of boarding, and warm too. There is talk of them ripping at the seam by the thumb, but mine are good after 1 full day with no signs of tearing.
I'm sorry, but Burton makes the least durable gloves I have ever purchased. I had last year's Profile Mitts, plus this years Profile gloves (this product). Both went to hell within 30 days. The rubber palm/fingers suck and will cut/tear quickly. The stiching sucks on both the exterior and interior...both pairs had seam seperations between the interior gauntlet and the insulation, plus both had issues with stitch around the rubber and the fabric exteriors. They were very comfortable and warm for the few days they made it, but for the same price I can get DaKine which has lasted me at least an entire season, not a month.
Simply put these gloves are great. Hands stayed fresh all day, and the draw string system is easy to use! For the price it don't get much better!
A perfect glove for those who don't like or need a lot of bulk. I've found that a lot of gloves are just too hot. Sweat equals frozen hands at the end of the day. Thats why i give them 5 stars.
First Pair ripped on the first day of me using them. Second pair after I got the replacements for the first, lasted me two days on the slopes. Glove rips right on the seam were the palm and hand meet.
An Okay glove
These gloves look and fit great. Plus i really like the draw string system. On one side you can tighten the wrist. And to loosen the wrist you pull the cord on the other side. Very cool.
BUT... my fingers were cold on most days even when using liners (20F).
Not Bad while they lasted
Not a bad pair of gloves while they lasted. Wore them for two day of pretty light riding and the seam by the thumb ripped on the second day. Haven't tried to see if they're warrantied or not. Very comfortable and decently warm while they lasted though.
not the best
They were really warm, but I was up boarding on a rainy day and my hands got soaked and cold