The Burton Baker snowboard undergloves offer weather protection with their DRYRIDE Ultrashell 2-layer outer, while the DRYRIDE Insane Membrane maintains durability and further waterproofing. Thermacore insulation traps heat without hampering movement with additional bulk. Woolly Pile fixed fleece lining keeps you extra cozy on the inside, and the Toughgrip-X synthetic leather palm protects and enhances durability. The heater/vent pocket allows you to customize air flow based on weather conditions. The Burton Baker snowboard undergloves will keep your hands dry and comfortable all day.
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These gloves are great, I ordered a pair with the glove liners. The shell glove is so warm I've never been tempted to try them with the liners (liners are more like pipe gloves). These are nearly indestructible. The only problem I have is the styling of the under glove. I'm a huge fan of gloves with the snow skirts, seems less pow gets in that way. Definitely purchase these gloves
I used to own a pair of 686 gloves, and believe me they were good. i used them for 2 seasons and they're still standing. i replaced them with the bakers, and i can't be happier. these gloves are decently priced and offer warmness and keeps you pretty dry. the gloves are leather coated so it's relatively resilien
there's no visible damage after using them for a season. always warm. can get wet, but still will be warm enough. like leather palms, looks cool. have straps, so they can be attached to a jacket(my previous gloves didn't have it, so i just forgot them on a bench one day
I have these gloves to use, and they are high construction quality! These gloves are extremely warm, and feels extremely comfortable. The size feels true to fit, large fits like a large!
When I use these gloves they get wet inside because snow gets to my wrist when I fall or slide on snow. This will cause a little discomfort, I don't know if I am wearing them wrong? I tried getting it over my jacket sleeve, and under, but it eventually works its way so that my wrist will make contact with snow. Although the inside of the gloves get wet from this eventually, these gloves are still able to maintain warmth to a point that I don't notice that its wet inside, unless I remove it and then put it back on to find out its wet.
Even if its wet inside I am able to get these gloves on and off my hands with easy. I will be using these gloves for the rest of the season (I borrowed it from a friend so I suppose I own it for this season).
These gloves are a good buy for the price given the performance it has from my experience. I don't mind shaking off some snow from my wrist if I fall, because if I don't fall, my hands are toasty