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No-nonsense hand warmth from Burton.

The Burton Men's Profile Glove lets you keep riding while everyone else goes into the lodge for hot chocolate and overpriced chili fries. These waterproof gloves feature Thermacore insulation, DRYRIDE 2-layer face fabric, and a super-soft brushed microfiber lining to prevent your digits from falling off on those extra-cold days. The Profile Glove's Toughgrip-S palm gives you the dexterity and durability to take on the terrain park, and a large, drawstring closure gauntlet to cinch over your sleeves in deep pow. *Available for US Shipment Only. - Fall 2008.

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4 5

It works-

Have been riding with them for over a hundred runs this season, very good for the wet snow but the finger tips get a bit cold after a few hours.

3 5

Good deal for the price

For $12 bones of brociety how can you go wrong?
Wore these for 10-15 days, and they kept me warm and dry including a few days at around 8F. They only get a bit moist (barely) on heavy/wet/ snow days.
The draw string came out finally at the end of the season, but I can thread it back in.
Not the greatest pair of gloves I own, but one of the best bangs for my few earned bucks.

5 5


these gloves are good. they are not too bulky, and was able to go the day without taking them off, as i still felt i had good dexterity. kept my hands warm in some cold conditions(12 degrees wind, and deep powder)

3 5

not bad

I bought these gloves because they match my gear.

They are serviceable but like mentioned above, they don't keep water out very easily... so on wet days there's a good chance that your fingers will be cold.

On more dry powder days, I haven't had a problem yet.

1 5


i bought them expecting them to be pretty good they ripped the second day and my hands were frozen in 20f and they are not considered water-proof

this glove sucks right

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this glove sucks right

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Well, they don't have the greatest waterproofing and aren't the warmest you could find. But it just depends on what you're looking for.