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Burton Baker Gloves

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$41.95
Sugg. Retail: $54.95
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Specs

Type:
  • Over Glove
Material: DRYRIDE Insane Membrane
Insulation: Thermacore
Waterproofing: 2.0 Waterproof/Breathable
Removable Liner:
  • No
  • Fleece Lining
Closure: Hook and Loop Pistol Grip Pre-Curved Fit
Goggle Wipe:
  • No
Gauntlet:
  • Yes
Recommended Use:
  • Daily Wear
  • Casual
  • Winter Wear
  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding
  • Hiking
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Baker Gloves

The Burton Baker Snowboard Gloves are a great value, to be sure. It succeeds in pretty much every quality that you would expect a product of this nature to - it is comfortable to wear, protecting the wearer from the harsh winter elements, without proving restrictive to an enjoyable time in the season. Great for use in sports, work, or just general use, you aren't going to find a much better value for gloves of this quality elsewhere.

Key Features of The Burton Baker Snowboard Gloves:
  • Pistol Grip Pre Curved Fit
  • Teddy Bear Fixed Fleece Lining
  • Thermacore Insulation
  • DRYRIDE Insane Membrane 2.0 Waterproof/Breathable Insert
  • Toughgrip X Palm
  • DRYRIDE Insane Membrane 2.0 Waterproof/Breathable Insert [EU Only]
  • Heater/Vent Pocket
  • DRYRIDE Ultrashell 2-Layer Coated Fabric

Discontinued Colors

Baker


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "decent"

    , dundas, ON
    Pros: comfy, good finger movability, Cons: not verry water proof, fingers get verry cold,

    I got these gloves at the beginning of last season... They are nice for the first few runs, but if you get them snowy they get wet and then your fingers are very cold and uncomfortable. I know no glove is perfectly waterproof. I have for sure felt better, but they aren't too bad.

  • "decent"

    , dundas, ON
    Pros: comfy, good finger movability, Cons: not verry water proof, fingers get verry cold,

    I got these gloves at the beginning of last season...they are nice for the first few runs, but if you get them snowy they get wet and then your fingers are very cold and uncomfortable. I know no glove is perfectly waterproof. I have for sure had better, but they aren't too bad.

  • "decent"

    , dundas, ON
    Pros: comfy, good finger movability, Cons: not verry water proof, fingers get verry cold,

    i got these gloves at the beginning of last season...they are nice for the first few runs, but if u get them snowy they get wet and then your fingers are very cold and uncomfortable. I know no glove is perfectly water proof but i have for sure felt better but they aren't to bad.


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