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Burton Gore-Tex Mittens

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Specs

Type:
  • Gore-Tex
  • Over Glove
Material: DRYRIDE Durashell 2-Layer
Insulation: GORE-TEX Waterproof/Breathable Glove Insert, PrimaLoft Insulation, Microfiber Fixed Lining
Waterproofing: DRYRIDE Durashell 2-Layer
Removable Liner:
  • Yes
  • GORE-TEX Waterproof/Breathable Glove Insert
Closure: strap
Goggle Wipe:
  • No
Gauntlet:
  • Medium
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
  • Winter Wear
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Gore-Tex Mittens

These Burton Goretex gloves are perfect for keep your hands warms, dry and comfortable. The two layers of fabric are sure to keep your hands protected from the elements. These gloves are extremely breathable and won''t make your hands sweaty and uncomfortable. The palm of the glove is coated with special material for maximum grip and control. The insulation and lining will keep your hands warm and enveloped in comfort. If you''re looking for a great pair of gloves to keep your hands warm and comfortable all day long, look no further.

Key Features of The Burton Gore-Tex Mittens:
  • Choose From Two Unique Fabrics
  • DRYRIDE Durashell 2-Layer Laminated Woven Tonal Comic Jacquard Fabric
  • DRYRIDE Durashell 2-Layer Laminated, Yarn-Dyed Diamond Heather Houndstooth Fabric
  • GORE-TEX Waterproof/Breathable Glove Insert
  • PrimaLoft Insulation
  • Microfiber Fixed Lining
  • Removable, 4-Way Stretch DRYRIDE Thermex Liner with Sticky Icky Grip Palm
  • Rodeo Leather Palm
  • Soft Chamois Goggle Wipe
  • Hidden Heater/Vent Pocket
  • Pistol Grip Pre-Curved Fit

Discontinued Colors

Gore-Tex


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "Great Gloves"

    , Coon Rapids,MN
    Pros: Warm,Great Value,Windproof,Durable,Quality Construction,Comfortable,Waterproof, Cons: nothing

    Extremely warm and great waterproofing. The liners are also great to wear around when its not too cold out and the liners have great grip on them.

  • "Almost Perfect"

    , New York, NY
    Pros: gore-tex, durable, warm Cons:

    These are the holy grail of mittens. If you don't know about gore-tex, it's the absolute best for waterproofing and breathability. These mitts come with a fingered liner to keep it dexterous although it doesn't need it cause they are so warm. 4 stars only cuz they run a little big, I got the small and they fit like mediums. Also the gauntlet slides down your wrist so it's not that functional. Otherwise this is the best for keeping your hands toasty and dry.

  • "Almost Perfect"

    , New York, NY
    Pros: gore-tex, durable, warm Cons:

    These are the holy grail of mittens, if you don't know about gore-tex it's the absolute best for waterproofing and breathability. These mitts come with a fingered liner to keep it dexterous although it doesn't need it cause they are so warm. 4 stars only cuz they run a little big, i got the small and they fit like mediums. Also the gauntlet slides down your wrist so it's not that functional. otherwise this is the best for keeping your hands toasty and dry.

  • "100% H2O Proof!"

    , SAN FRANCISCO, CA
    Pros: Completely Waterproof, Keeps your fingers warm, Cons: rubber lining rips easily,

    Mitts are the way to go if you're a boarder. They keep your fingers warm and together when you fall. Also, the gortex on these gloves makes them a lifetime product; with the exception of natural wear and tear. My gloves unfortunately tore under a year bc the edges on my board were so sharp that it was cutting my gloves apart...totally my fault. Anyways, pay a little more for the gortex and be confident in your gear!

  • "100% H2O Proof!"

    , SAN FRANCISCO, CA
    Pros: Completely Waterproof, Keeps your fingers warm, Cons: rubber lining rips easily,

    Mitts are the way to go if you're a boarder. It keeps your fingers warm and together when you fall. Also, the gortex on these gloves makes them a lifetime product; with the exception of natural wear and tear. My gloves unfortunately tore under a year bc the edges on my board were so sharp that it was cutting my gloves apart...totally my fault. Anyways, pay a little more for the gortex and be confident in your gear!

  • "Burton Gore snowboard mitt"

    , Bellevue, WA
    Pros: Incredibly warm, inserts, Cons:

    Burton goretex snowboard mitts are incredibly warm and keep your hands toasty, or even hot while snowboarding. I prefer them without the inserts since they catch up snow and get damp. Awesome mittens by Burton to have.

  • "Gortex does the Job"

    , upper darby, PA
    Pros: Warm, Goretex, Cons: Liner glove,

    This mitten does the job especially with Goretex. It stays warm and looks pretty cool in Plaid. However, the liner glove it is pretty uncomfortable; something softer would have been great.

  • "Don't Like inserts"

    , Cambridge, MA
    Pros: Really Warm, Cons: Inserts are uncomfortable,

    If you are like me and wondering if you should switch to mittens for the warmth then I'd say do it. These are really warm. I read that these mittens run small. I think the complete opposite. These run big if anything. I've always worn small and decided to go with medium and these feel huge on me. And if you are like me and will use without inserts than they will feel even bigger.

  • "Don't Like inserts"

    , Cambridge, MA
    Pros: Really Warm, Cons: Inserts are uncomfortable,

    If you are like me and wondering if you should switch to mittens for the warmth then I'd say do it. These are really warm. I read that these mittens run small. I think the complete opposite. These run big if anything. I've always worn small and decided to go with medium and these feel huge on me. And if you are like me and will use without inserts than they will feel even bigger.

  • "not bad"

    , BROOKLYN, NY
    Pros: keeps your hands warm, waterproof, Cons: small tear on shell,

    looking for a goretex burton glove, but their XLs are still too small for my hands so i went with the mitt. not bad overall, but would prefer burton make some bigger goretex gloves.

  • "Burton Goretex Snowboard Mitts"

    , BISMARCK, ND
    Pros: warm, waterproof, have a liner Cons: wish the wrist was longer,

    I have had these mittens for three seasons and can always rely on them. I love that they have a liner so I can take the mitten of and still be versatile with the glove liner. Only problem I have is that I have lost the liner two different times.

  • "Burton Goretex Snowboard Mitts"

    , BISMARCK, ND
    Pros: warm, waterproof, have a liner Cons: wish the wrist was longer,

    I have had these mittens for three seasons and can always rely on them. I love that they have a liner so I can take the mitten of and still be versatile with the glove liner. Only problem I have is that I have lost the liner two different times

  • "good mitts for keeping warm"

    , ALAMEDA, CA
    Pros: great mitt, keeps you warm, keeps you dry inside Cons: see below,

    Both me and my sis have these mitts, but I gotta get new ones. Not sure what happened, but I think my wetsuit was hanging over my mitts....but long story short, I think the salt water left over from rinsing them erroded the part where you wipe your nose on the thumb.

  • "good mitts for keeping warm"

    , ALAMEDA, CA
    Pros: great mitt, keeps you warm, keeps you dry inside Cons: see below,

    Both me and my sis have this mitt, but i gotta get a new one. not sure what happened, but i think my wetsuit was hanging over my mitts....but long story short, i think the salt water left over from rinsing it erroded the part where you wipe your nose with on the thumb.


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Gortex and price is right....
Sarah B H on Mar 1, 2014
good price and are comfortable
Jacob M on Jan 19, 2014
Great price, quality name
Karen H on Jan 29, 2014
warmth and value
Jonathan P on Jan 17, 2014
I would like to know if the size election is for women o men? It doesn´t say.
A shopper on Sep 3, 2013
Best Answer: I believe they are for men. I wear men's Large, but I got the XL so that they could be worn with wrist guards. XL was great, comfy, perfect size, and I could even use them without the guards. I am 6'2 165.

Sadly, I lost this pair(I think I left them on top of my car and drove home,) but if I could I'd buy them again.
Reply · Report · Haider S on Sep 4, 2013
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do these have a string to put around your wrist, so when you're on the chairlift you don't accidentally drop them?!
mara s on Sep 2, 2013
Best Answer: Yes they do. They also come with an inner glove for extra warmth and they keep your hands dry and warm.
Reply · Report · mitchell m on Sep 5, 2013
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Hi I am trying to figure out what size to order? I usually buy a mens medium women's small, across my knuckles measures 3 inches.
A shopper on Dec 16, 2013
Best Answer: Below you will find the sizing for the Burton Goretex Mittens:

Measurements should be made across the knuckles to the outside of each hand.

Small: 3.25"
Medium: 3.75"
X-Large: 4.25"
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 17, 2013
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I'm not able to measure my son's hands because this is a Christmas present. He is 19 years old, about 5'8" and 145-150 lbs. should I order a medium or large? Thanks!
A shopper on Dec 14, 2013
Best Answer: I have no real way of knowing your sons hand size from height and weight. I'd go with a similar size to gloves he has previously owned. Too big is usually better than too small...
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 18, 2013
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Are these men sizes, I am buying for a women with 8cm hand width?
Karen H on Dec 6, 2013
Best Answer: Hi Karen,

If you haven't already, take a second to look at the SIZING CHART link that is located above the green Add to Cart button. The sizing chart will help you select the Burton Goretex Mitten size you need with your specific measurements.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 9, 2013
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