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Aspiring hand models and daily shredders alike will love the integrated wrist protection of the Burton Men’s Gore-Tex Support Gloves. Burton gave this glove a removable wrist support that takes the brunt of nasty falls away from your catalog-worthy hands. Dust yourself off and speed-dial your agent to rave about the bone-dry comfort of the waterproof breathable Gore-Tex insert. He’ll warn you to watch out for the rope-tow, but you know the abrasion-resistant Toughgrip palms will keep your million-dollar digits safe for your upcoming gravy-pouring gig.

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2 5

No palm support

Great for gloves, but horrible for its purpose. I would have liked the guards to be on both sides of my hand, or at least on the palm. They restrict movement and are uncomfortable.

2 5

Toughgrip palm not so tough

Pros: The support saved my wrist from a nasty sprain during a fall. So glad I was wearing these! A pretty warm / dry glove too.

Cons: Ripped a hole in the "not-so-Toughgrip" palm right after purchase (not so warm / dry now). Not impressed with it's strength at all. Also, snow easily gets into the wrist area as it is not a very long glove.

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how come most of the gloves are for men?

5 5

Great Gloves

Great gloves for someone starting out. If you fall as much as I did and still do these gloves will come in handy (pun only a little intended).

They have great wrist support along and they are really comfortable.

My friend liked mine so much he bought a pair for himself.

I'm a 5 feet 3 female, would the 'small'...

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I'm a 5 feet 3 female, would the 'small' of these gloves be too big for me?

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These gloves are sized by measuring the width across the knuckles. A quick look with a ruler or measuring tape should give you the information you need.