|Material:||DRYRIDE Ultrashell 2-Layer Coated Fabric|
|Insulation:||DRYRIDE Insane Membrane 2.0 Waterproof/Breathable Insert|
|Recommended Use:||Snowboarding, Skiing, Winter Wear, Daily Wear|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Burton Baker Mittens
The Burton Baker Snowboard Mitts are made to ensure comfort and warmth, and especially dryness, in the coldest of situations. With the DRYRIDE Ultrashell 2-layer coated fabric, and insane membrane 2.0 waterproof insert, you'll be able to stay completely warm and isolated from the cold, while preventing snow or ice and water from getting your hands or inside glove wet. And with thermacore insulation and fleece linings, you'll stay warm in the coldest sub-zero temperatures.
- DRYRIDE Ultrashell 2-Layer Coated Fabric
- DRYRIDE Insane Membrane 2.0 Waterproof/Breathable Insert
- Thermacore Insulation
- Woolly Pile Fixed Fleece Lining
- Toughgrip-X Synthetic Leather Palm
- Heater/Vent Pocket
- Pistol Grip Pre-Curved Fit
After trying these out, my Mom got a pair of Burton mitts for herself and my Dad got a pair of Burton gloves
5 months ago
I took these on my trip to Mont Tremblant last week and was on the hill when the temperature was about -30C with the wind. My fingers weren't cold except for my thumbs, which were moderately cold. Keep in mind the temperatures were EXTREMELY cold with high winds, pretty much worse case scenario unless you're on Everest or the North Pole.
I didn't even pop a head pack in the back, if I would have it would have been even better. I found that the mitts got rid of sweat decently but that I still had to dry them out at home every night before hitting the hill again.
The pullstring thing seemed ok to me although my right hand one was loosening up by itself sometimes, so I had to keep yanking it tight once in a while.
I got these for $35, at that price I would buy them again for sure. My wife's Burton goretex mitts seem to be a bit better though, since they have the weird skeleton hand undergloves inside that seem to wick moisture away better than mine. Hers are also a lot more money so I can't complain.
Overall I would say I really like these mitts
I actually think that the L may work. These are comfy well designed gloves, and I think the L will not be too sloppy.