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Burton Gore-Tex Gloves

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  • Over Glove
  • Under Glove
  • Gore-Tex
Material: DRYRIDE Durashell 2-Layer Laminated Fabric
Insulation: PrimaLoft Insulation
Waterproofing: GORE-TEX Waterproof/Breathable Glove Insert
Removable Liner:
  • Yes
  • 4-Way Stretch DRYRIDE Thermex Liner
Closure: wrist cinch closure
Goggle Wipe:
  • Yes
  • Soft Chamois Goggle Wipe
  • Yes
Recommended Use:
  • Daily Wear
  • Casual
  • Winter Wear
  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding
  • Hiking
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Gore-Tex Gloves

Are you on the market for rugged gloves that scream “I’m unique”? Then you should definitely take a look at the Burton Gore-Tex Gloves. The Gore-Tex Gloves are completely waterproof thanks to their Dry ride exterior shell. These gloves are fully insulated, so they’re guaranteed to keep your hands nice and warm even in the coldest of temperatures. Your search is over; the Gore-Tex Gloves from the Burton Company are the perfect choice for you!

Key Features of The Burton Gore-Tex Glove:
  • 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
  • Rodeo Leather Palm
  • Soft Chamois Goggle Wipe
  • Hidden Heater/Vent Pocket
  • Pistol Grip Pre-Curved Fit

Discontinued Colors


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "Overated Gloves"

    , bronx, NY
    Pros: waterproof, sturdy/well-built, Cons: Not as warm as expected, So bulky and fat (sausage fingers) ,

    I'm not too sure if I bought the wrong size but these gloves are extremely bulky and fat on my hands. I don't use the inner gloves it came with for that reason. And the gloves were not as warm as expected with or without the inner gloves. I just personally think it's a bit overrated.

  • "Solid Glove"

    , AUBURN, CA
    Pros: Warm, Tough, Nice Liners Cons: overall glove size is large,

    Great gloves that keep my hands really warm. Tips of the fingers are reinforced and they come with nice liners. Can't really go wrong with these gloves, may be a little much for any spring boarding though.

  • "Very good gloves"

    Pros: Keeps warm, Cons: Bulky liners,

    Overall this product was very good in keeping my hands warm. I got a large and I noticed that the liners were very bulky and had trouble putting my hands through the gloves with them on.

  • "Great gloves, keep your hands warm"

    , Tucson, AZ
    Pros: Cheap, Waterproof, Warm Cons: None,

    These are some good gloves, and with the GoreTex you will keep your hands dry. They look good, don't have any flashy design, and are priced very well considering the price of other gloves on the market. Would recommend to anyone on the fence.

  • "Burton Goretex Gloves"

    , Galloway, NJ
    Pros: Comfortable, Warm, Waterproof Cons: None,

    These are definitely worth the money. They stay dry and warm in cold conditions. If it gets too warm outside, take off the fleece liners and keep going!

  • "Awesome gloves!"

    , OMAHA, NE
    Pros: Warm, Waterproof, Durable Cons: None,

    I've been riding with these gloves for 2 seasons now and they are still just as warm and waterproof as they were the day I bought them. They fit a bit snug with the liners on but the liners are warm enough that I use them by themselves around town and for running in the winter months. I highly recommend these gloves!

  • "The Perfect Glove"

    Pros: Warm, Dry, Breathable Cons: Cost,

    I've had these gloves for a couple years now and still have no complaints. I probably would have bought a different glove if price was an issue, but these were given to me as a gift. Very comfortable, warm, and they keep your hands dry. What more do you need to know?

  • "Awesome gloves!!!"

    , New Palestine, IN
    Pros: Super Comfortable, Waterproof, Warm Cons: They can get a little damp outside of the glove,

    These gloves are seriously amazing. I have a pair and I'm thinking about getting another pair. Usually I will have to switch gloves in the middle of the session, but with these gloves I don't!!! They are unbelievable. So comfortable and you can adjust them as tight or loose as you want. They are very water-proof. I really recommend them.

  • "nice, warm"

    , Costa Mesa, CA
    Pros: gore-tex, Cons: price, dont like over the cuff design,

    These gloves have kept my hands warm during some very wet snowstorms! Can't go wrong with Gore-tex. Durability seems to be on par for average, and nothing to complain about yet. Don't really like the over the cuff design though!

  • "The Best"

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

    This is the best glove I have ever used. They are Gore-tex so you know it's absolutely waterproof yet breathable at the same time. These gloves are super durable... going on 3 years and they're still 100% functional and show little signs of wear. They aren't bulky so you can actually do stuff with them on. This is the only glove I would ever use for snowboarding.

  • "Burton GoreTex Snowboard Gloves "

    , ACT
    Pros: waterproof, warm, breathable Cons:

    These gloves may seem pricey, but they're worth it. I wore them for a week of horrible rainy weather, and they never became damp on the inside. Very warm and breathable, and completely waterproof

  • "burton goretex snowboard gloves"

    Pros: Never have wet hands again, , Cons: a bit pricey,

    These gloves have worked great for me and have lasted several seasons. My hands do not get wet. I usually use mittens when temperatures get arctic, but these work under most conditions on the slopes. I recommend these especially if you can score them at a good discount.

  • "super Warm"

    , Kenosha, WI
    Pros: Warm, Stays Dry, Gotex Cons:

    These gloves are awesome! They stay really dry the whole time you use them and will always keep you fingers nice and toasty. The Goretex is what makes these gloves so incredible. These gloves fit a little on the snug side but once you start riding that is the last thing you're worried about. I would rather have the glove fit a little snug then have the glove fit too loosely.

  • "good gloves"

    , KY
    Pros: warm , waterproof , comfortable Cons: pricy,

    I love these gloves. T hey are great. your hands will never be cold or wet again. I will never get a different glove besides burton ever again. They do not dissapoint. The only negative of these is the price

  • "Good Gloves"

    , ROMEO, MI
    Pros: Warm, Dry, Cons:

    After freezing my hands off on top of Big Sky in wool mittens, I decided to purchase these gloves and the difference was obvious. Anything with GoreTex and you know you're getting a quality product.

  • "Awesome Gloves"

    , Melbourne, Vic
    Pros: Warm, Very comfortable, Cons: N/A,

    Had these gloves for about 3 seasons and was absolutely shattered when I lost one of them. Definitely a good good buy! Gonna buy another pair!

  • "man, these are warm!"

    , State College, PA
    Pros: keeps your hands warm, Cons: i have sweaty palms and gets a bit soggy inside,

    These gloves keep you warm but even gore-tex can't help with my sweaty palms. I have to air it out every so often during my ride.

  • "Definitely keep you dry."

    , LODI, CA
    Pros: Goretex, Warm, Comfortable Cons: Price,

    I have had this glove for two seasons now and I have not been disappointed. They haven't unraveled at the seems like some gloves do after 1 season. The Gore-tex keeps you dry all day and they are pretty warm. Have worn them in deep pow and have remained warm and dry the whole day. The fit is true to size. Every pair of Burton gloves I have owned have been high quality and have noted me down. I'd recommend these gloves.

  • "Not the best fit, but does the job"

    Pros: very dry, warm, Cons: too tight with the liner, less finger dexterity compared with other gloves,

    This glove has kept my hands warm and dry. I haven't had a need for the liner yet, as I've been warm enough, although I probably would never use the liner as the glove becomes so tight that I can barely move my fingers with the liner underneath. I also found the finger tips have too much dead space compared to other gloves I own (also gore-tex) which makes it a bit harder to zip/unzip my clothes or backpack with the gloves on. Other than that, they are highly durable. I had to buy new gloves because my old Scott gore-tex gloves got torn up.

  • "Good Gloves"

    , BOSTON, MA
    Pros: Warm, Waterproof, Durable Cons: Lining is hard to fit inside gloves.,

    These gloves are really great. Very warm and durable. My only problem with them is that if you try to wear them with the lining they come with it's a VERY tight fit. I've been out in pretty cold weather and haven't needed to use them though so it's not a huge problem.

  • "great gloves"

    , Orangevale, CA
    Pros: warm, waterproof, gortex, Cons: pricy,

    These golves are very waterproof, yet they let sweat evaporate. I like them because the cuffs are big enough for me to wear wrist gaurds. They are warm so you don't even need the first layer of gloves that they give you. It also has a small pocket on the top that is big enough to put your keys.

  • "Very Good Gloves includes Liners"

    , Richmond Hill, ON
    Pros: Comes with liners , Very Warm, Waterproof Cons: May be a little bulky for some,

    Although it may be a little pricer than most gloves, it does come with higher quality. It comes with the gore-tex material so you don't have to worry about getting cold or wet. It will also come with liners too so that's another bonus. A minor issue is that the gloves feels bulky compared to my previous gloves.

  • "Warm Gloves"

    Pros: On the coldest of days your fingers will keep warm, Easy to remove , Cons: have to remove if you want to grab anything ,

    Great gloves, always warm and dry all day. Highly Recommended.

  • "nice pair of gloves"

    , New Berlin, WI
    Pros: warm , waterproof, inner linear Cons: need tighter fit around the wrist,

    I got these gloves for Xmas and they have worked very well. My hands never get cold and if they do I put the linears in them, which I have only done once when it was -7 degrees, so yeah I would buy them again, but they're just a lil' pricey. only minor problem I found was sometimes snow got in them from not having the wrist tied.

  • "Aewsome gloves"

    Pros: very warm and good water-proofing, feel great and comfortable, Burton quality Cons:

    Got these gloves on sale last year and have been using them all winter season this year. It's very warm and tougher than I expected. They seem to run a bit bigger than normal size, but that works for me since I tend to slip them on/off frequently.

  • "Great if On Sale"

    , OMAHA, NE
    Pros: Waterproof, Cons: None,

    They have kept my hands nice and warm especially on the cold days by having the lining gloves in them. On days where it's not too cold, the liner gloves help when out driving or running everyday errands... it's like a double bonus.

  • "Incredibly Nice for the Dollar"

    Pros: Very warm and water proof, Super soft insides, Cons: When liner is on, I cant get hands in gloves,

    My last gloves let moisture in on my second to last trip, so I had to buy new ones. The rating was high on these, so I went with these. I loved them, they were incredibly warm, had long wrist straps so you can take them off to strap in if you need to, and you won't lose them. The fingertips don't work too well with my iPhone, but not really a con, I don't think too many gloves will do that well.

  • "Two for the price of one!"

    , Surrey, BC
    Pros: Two gloves - liner and outer glove, Warm, Dry Cons: a little too tight with liners in,

    I got these gloves based on all the reviews, i'm glad I did as I really like them. I have tried wearing both just the liners (warmer weather) and the outer layer (snowing, wet conditions) on the mountain and I am happy with them. I agree with others that they are a little too tight when wearing both together, but I don't have any issues wearing them apart depending on conditions.

  • "Great Gloves"

    Pros: Warm Hands, Cons: Pricey,

    I got these gloves at a ski resort and actually got them for 30$. I don't know if I would have originally bought these gloves if they were at the full price, but they were a great buy at 30 bucks. These gloves are great, and will not get your hands wet or cold. There is a pull tie on the wrists that will also keep snow from getting into your gloves that way. If you can find them for cheap, you should definitely buy these gloves

  • "Pretty Nice"

    Pros: Good, Water Proof, Cons: Ripped,

    These are very good gloves. I like them, they are nice and warm. The rubber grip is nice. They are waterproof, but if you are in very wet snow, or you're the person that takes your hands out of your gloves often, your hands and gloves will get wet eventually, trust me. No matter how great you think gore-tex is. Also, I wore them for 1 year and the seams have torn.

  • "Awesome gloves"

    , Windsor, ON
    Pros: Very Warm, Stays dry, Love the liner gloves Cons: Somewhat expensive,

    You get what you pay for with these gloves. While somewhat expensive, they are the best gloves I've owned. The Goretex material keeps you dry and warm. I wear a medium in all my gloves and these in a medium fit well. Gets a little tight with the liner gloves but they work for me. I also use the liner gloves on warm days or when I go jogging in cold weather. I like how it comes up high so I don't get a lot of snow down them. Overall great glove, pay the price and be set with these!

  • "Burton Gloves "

    , AL
    Pros: very warm , soft inside, Cons: smelly if not washed ,

    These gloves are very nice when its very cold and wet

  • "Best gloves i ever had"

    Pros: keep warm, hold together, keep out water Cons: none,

    I have had these gloves for a little while now and they are great. The gloves keep my hands warm even after hours of boarding and keep most water out. ya know how on some gloves the snow gets all up the wrist and it makes your hands all wet and cold? Well these gloves don't do that unless there is a lot of powder. The best part is they last and dont rip so they hold up pretty good.



    These are awesome gloves. Been using for 2 years now and it's still going strong. Very warm and waterproof. With the discount price that it is at right now, it is definitely worth it to snatch one. Highly recommend to anyone.

  • "Pretty good glove"

    , NEW YORK, NY
    Pros: water proof, warm, Cons:

    Liked these gloves a lot, kept my hands warm and dry. The gore-tex makes a big difference. Might be interested in buying a newer pair next season, as the pair I have has taken a beating after all the days out on the mountain.

  • "Tight fit but decent gloves"

    , QUINCY, MA
    Pros: Waterproof, Includes liners, Cons: Runs small, Bulky,

    I've owned the 2008 Burton Goretex gloves in medium and recently bought the 2009 version because the old ones started to rip at the finger seems. The 2008's fit very well for my hands when using the liner with the gloves. This was not the case for the 2009's. The 2009 liners are a bit thicker and when used with the glove is a very tight fit. The gore-tex construct of the gloves will keep your hands warm and dry. There's a pocket on the top of the glove designed for inserting a hand warmer but from experience, it doesn't heat up the hand very well.

  • "great gloves"

    , San Rafael, CA
    Pros: gore-tex, warm, awesome Cons: little bulky,

    Great gloves. Keep my hands warm and dry all day. Do exactly what they are supposed to do. Good deal right now, too.

  • "Great gloves w/o the liner"

    , eugene, OR
    Pros: Good fit, Keeps hands dry and warm, Cons: Gloves do not fit with the liner,

    I normally wear a medium glove, and that's what I got. The gloves fit really well without the liners almost perfect. With the liners I am not able to get my hands in. Rode the other day in slushy conditions and not once did my hands get wet.

  • "Great Gloves! but insulation drops as the day lingers on"

    , Davis, CA
    Pros: Warm and great insulation, not obscenely pricey, Cons: if you fall a lot, eventually ice seeps in,

    I liked my burton Gore-tex gloves and i've used it every time I head up to the mountains. Gloves work incredibly well at keeping your hands warm, but I would still suggest an extra layer of liner because without the liner, your hands will eventually start becoming more and more wet, and therefore start freezing.

  • "Great but not completely impenetrable"

    , portland, OR
    Pros: warm, comfortable, qutie waterproof Cons: Sizing can be wonky from year-to-year, dexterity-limiting,

    I'm mainly a mitt person, but I picked up a pair of these on sale because I thought the individual fingers would afford a bit more dexterity. It didn't quite work out like that; most of the tasks that I would have to remove mitts for, I'd have to take these off for as well. The GoreTex material means that they'll stand up to most days while keeping your hands bone dry (assuming you don't put your wet hands into the gloves) but on rainy / sleety days, they will eventually give way.

  • "Great Gloves"

    , New York, NY
    Pros: Water resistant, Keeps warmth in, Price Cons:

    The gloves are big enough to fit wrist guards underneath and keep you dry.

  • "definitely a standard"

    Pros: popular, bang for your buck, inner lining, keeps you warm Cons: not too many yet,

    You can't go wrong with these bad boys. I got these at a local store with an additional 25% off. The inner lining is my favorite part of these gloves as they can act as normal gloves as well. Then they have the outside lining over your jacket to keep everything dry.

  • "warm and dry"

    , SAN JOSE, CA
    Pros: warm, dry, Cons: tight with liners,

    Super dry gloves, the most important factor for me. The fit is a little on the tight side for me with the liners, but I usually don't even need them. Great quality gloves to make your day snowboarding better. Having cold wet gloves is just not fun.

  • "Never have wet hands again!"

    , Bellevue, WA
    Pros: Dry, Warm, Comfortable Cons:

    I bought these gloves after I get a nasty tear in one of my old gloves. I always thought you just had to deal with your gloves if they kept your hands a little drier than without gloves. I was amazed with these gloves. My hands stayed dry the entire first day I used these gloves, and surprisingly they were warm as well. The gloves were very comfortable and I really liked them overall.

  • "nice gloves"

    , AL
    Pros: Liner makes it very warm, Waterproof, Cons: None,

    I bought these gloves in a local shop because I lost my gloves and I had to buy another quick. It was very warm, kept my hands very dry. I would highly recommend this glove to everyone.

  • "Good gloves"

    , AL
    Pros: Warm, Decent looking, Cons: Price,

    Had them for a season. Pretty solid gloves overall and didn't get wet. Goretex is an added pro

  • "Fits well and comfortable"

    Pros: Waterproof, Fits well, Keeps hands warm Cons:

    I tried these gloves out and they were excellent. It fit my hand perfectly and kept them dry and warm.

  • "very nice gloves"

    , Würzburg, BAV
    Pros: warm, keep snow out, Cons:

    These are really good and durable gloves. They are warm and don't let snow in.

  • "Great Gloves!!"

    , AL
    Pros: very warm, stylish, Cons: none,

    These gloves are ammaaaaaaaazing. Very warm and good looking. I love how the little cuff just slips right over your jacket to keep snow out! The only problem I had with these was that the inner glove was hard to get on with wrist guards, but these gloves are outstanding overall!

  • "Good Gloves"

    Pros: Water Proof, Dry Hands, Cons: A Tad Pricey,

    I had these gloves for a good amount of time and I love them. Gore-Tex being the company it is, makes very good items. They are water proof which is excellent and I just love them. But I wish they weren't so pricey!

  • "They rock"

    Pros: comfy, slick, awesome Cons: a tad tight,

    These gloves are like the $5 box at taco bell... they rock, they rock. Get 'em.

  • "Burton Glove"

    Pros: looks dope, keep water out, Cons: kinda not the warmest,

    Look awesome, they work well, but wear the liners to keep super warm.

  • "Waterproof"

    , Dartmouth, MA
    Pros: Waterproof, Keeps warm, No snow gets in Cons:

    This is a very good glove if you have the money considering the high price. I have had these for a year and they are still great. Always keep my hands warm and dry. Great buy but kind of expensive.

  • "Good set of Gloves"

    , NEW YORK, NY
    Pros: weatherproof, extra liner, straps Cons: fingers still get cold sometimes,

    These are a pretty good set of gloves, I love how the design of it allows for sinching over my jacket. Which is perfect since I always manage to get snow in them whenever I go boarding. The only down side I'd say is they still don't keep my fingers completely warm, but that might just be me. I'd still recommend these gloves to anyone who wants good waterproof gloves for snowboarding.

  • "Great Glove"

    , Clemson, SC
    Pros: Warm, Dry, Easy to move and use hands in glove Cons: snow gets indside it when riding in deep powder,

    I bought a Burton GorTex set last season and it is by far the best pair of gloves I have ever owned. It even comes with a liner glove on the inside that helps when you want to send a text or take a picture real quick on the mountain and don't have to worry about your hand getting cold because the glove is actually two gloves in one.

  • "Great gloves! bit bulky..."

    , AP
    Pros: Extra warm, durable, Cons: bulky, stiff,

    I love these gloves because they are so warm and it was like having a hand warmer inside of my gloves. The only problem was how bulky they were but, if you are looking for warm gloves, they probaly are going to be big.

  • "Great gloves"

    , AL
    Pros: Waterproof, Warm, Removable liner Cons: A bit bulky,

    Great gloves, though slightly pricey if not on sale. Love the removable liners, good for all season riding, just take them out if too warm. Not the best dexterity as they are a bit bulky, but they are warm. Cuffs seal against snow well, I cinch them down over a thermal top, then jacket cuffs over them. No signs of wear after about 20 days of riding so far. Recommended.

  • "perfect"

    , Moorooduc, AAT
    Pros: tight fit, warm, durable Cons:

    I also heard these gloves wear too tight with the inner layers so I borrowed them off my uncle to see what all the fuss was about. I found they were a perfect fit even with the inner layers, so my hands were comfy and warm all day. perfect gloves

  • "fire oven gloves"

    , Bloomingtion, IN
    Pros: water proof, good fit, Cons:

    Got these after I got some Grenade gloves.. what a huge difference! These keep all your tips warm and toasty. I had a couple bad falls but the gloves still held together. Hopefully these last me for a couple seasons. I highly recommend these.

  • "Pretty good"

    Pros: good price, Cons: tight with liners,

    Pretty good gloves, but if you want to have breathable room I suggest not wearing the liner unless it's really cold.

  • "Yesssssssss"

    , POWAY, CA
    Pros: Waterproof, Comfortable, Awesome Cons: Bulky,

    Awesome gloves, fit a little tight when wearing the inserts, but otherwise my husband loves them.

  • "Recommended"

    Pros: Warm, Dry, Cons: Stiff at first, Snug,

    My hands are naturally cold so regular gloves keep my hands frozen but these gloves are very warm with the lining. I got a small and read reviews that the gloves are snug. Mine were snug as well but after a day of riding with them on, they fit perfectly. Easy to take off and on. Would recommend.

  • "Liner or no liner"

    Pros: Warmth, Looks, Cons: Liner...maybe,

    These gloves run a bit small I bought an xl and don't really have a big hand and they fit fine. The liner can he a pain sometimes because the fingers get pulled inside out and are hard to fix. That being said they are also good without the liners as well. Solid glove.

  • "Burton Goretex"

    , VISTA, CA
    Pros: Warm, Comes with Liners, Comfortable Cons: Bulky, Liner + Glove = Too Snug,

    Good pair of gloves that are comfortable and waterproof. A major plus is they do come with liners. When paired, no problems keeping your hands warm throughout the day. They do run a little on the small side so buy a size up.

  • "Burton Gloves"

    , Albuquerque, NM
    Pros: Warm, Inner Glove, Duel Tightening system Cons: hard to use sippers,

    I bought these gloves on sale at sports authority right before heading out and they are a very nice glove. They are snug on your hand super thick and warm, and all around just nice quality. I liked how they had two systems of getting them tight both around your hand and around your wrist to lock out snow.

  • "Nice Gloves"

    , Laurel, MD
    Pros: comfortable, Cons:

    It is very comfortable and protects your hands from getting snow inside of the gloves. I have some of these and never felt I needed another gloves. Outstanding gloves.

  • "Very Warm "

    Pros: Toasty , Various Configurations , Dont Stink Cons: Wont Last Past 2nd season ,

    So I had these other gloves that weren't 2x and my hands were always freezing cold. Then I got these gloves. Problem solved. Even in a snow storm these gloves make my hands the warmest part of my body. Even so, these gloves are still great for the spring, for you can remove the inner liner and unzip the vents. And though I sweat in them like nothing else, they have not begun to stink. Now that being said, they do have their down sides. Into their 2nd season, they are now ripping all over. And I lost one of the liners and can't find a way to buy a replacement. So all in all, I would say the downsides mean nothing against the ups. Equipment that keeps me warm is a priority. Everything else is secondary.

  • "Good for women as well"

    Pros: fits for women who have big hands, Cons:

    I am a woman with big hands, and I feel very comfortable with it. It is a very nice glove for women who have big hands. Nice glove.

  • "Great Gloves"

    , Hershey, PA
    Pros: Warm, Comes with nice liners, Dry Cons: None,

    These are my favorite gloves out of all that I have worn. They always stay very dry thanks to the Gore-tex material and they are also very warm. I always have also liked Burtons liners that come with the gloves. They are very warm and can easily be used as gloves if you need to just go around town. At 45$ these are a complete steal.

  • "Excellent Gloves"

    Pros: Comes with gloves and inserts, Many features: air vents, mid strap, etc., Waterproof Cons: Hard to put on if grid inserts are used, A bit bulky,

    I've had this set for over two seasons. I ride at least 1/2 day every three weeks, if not every other week. Once rode during a wet snow fall with these gloves and didn't feel cold at all. Besides the Goretex waterproof feature, I like the elastic bands. I can loop them around my wrists, so when I take them off, I don't have to worry about losing them. Also, the air vents can be used as pockets for warmers and/or lift tickets (@ Mt. High). The inserts can be used for colder days. They have sticky rubberish grids covering the whole hand on the palm side that helps with gripping things. I actually used these inserts when I drive, and they have never slipped. I use wrist-guards, and it was challenging to fit both the wrist-guards and inserts in the gloves. I recommend getting one size bigger if you are planning to use wrist guards.

  • "Great Blove"

    , CHICO, CA
    Pros: Good Liners, Warm, Well Built Cons: small,

    These are great gloves. They do run a little small, to the point where I can't comfortably wear the liners. However, I usually do not wear any so it won't be a problem. The liners however are nice and think and have a grip pattern on the palm. They are pretty thick themselves, so I will use them as pipe gloves for the warmer days.

  • "Very nice gloves"

    , State College, PA
    Pros: water proof, comfortable, handwarmer Cons:

    These gloves are very comfortable, and whats great is it comes with two liners. I heard that lining is tight with the glove but fits fine for me and I have a normal size hand. These will keep you warm and I recommend them.

  • "Not bad"

    Pros: Keeps hands warm, Keeps hands dry, Cons: Lacks dexterity. ,

    Good gloves, very warm and dry with the underliners. Keep in mind that when you have underliners and gloves on you will loose all dexterity, like buckling in that helmet of yours. Also these stink up pretty good if you don't dry them out after a session.

  • "Nice gloves, good price"

    , Vancouver, BC
    Pros: Warm, Dry, Durable Cons:

    Like other comments, it's a nice pair of gloves at a decent price. Inner lining is nice and warm, but it's super tight when you wear it with the glove. I bought a pair of mediums and my hands aren't the biggest and it was still very tight.

  • "Good pair of gloves"

    Pros: Warm, Liner included, hand warmer pockets Cons:

    The linning broke but was easily repairable, the outer shell has not ripped or torn yet and they are 2 years old.

  • "Awesome gloves"

    , AL
    Pros: waterproof, warm, free liners! Cons:

    Very comfy gloves that come with liners, can't lose. goretex keeps you dry and warm. first season with them, so don't know how they are after major wear and tear, but they seem better well built than the gloves I paid $75 for a few seasons ago.

  • "2 pairs for one price"

    , NEW YORK, NY
    Pros: its really warm on cold weather, really impresswith the waterproof part, the second pairs can use it on any time Cons: the snow gets in when you have them off.,

    I really like them, they keep me warm and wetless beside when i'd take them off and put it back on.

  • "Very nice gloves"

    Pros: Warm, Comfortable, Cons:

    These keep me very warm up in the mountains. Totally waterproof so you can fall all you want and your hands will stay warm. I can also adjust my bindings with these gloves on with no problems.

  • "Love Em"

    Pros: warm, durable, comfortable Cons: cost a lot,

    I had the the gloves for only a year because a tow rope shredded them but otherwise they were very warm and comfortable. My hands rarely got cold

  • "Get these for Xmas!"

    , Glen Allen, VA
    Pros: Warm, COmfy, Waterproof Cons:

    These gloves are great for the cheap affordable price they are at now. I got these gloves two years ago and since then I've boughten two extra pairs. My hands always stay warm on the mountain so I can focus on my riding.

  • "Burton GoreTex"

    Pros: dry, warm, Cons:

    I usually used to use just regular winter gloves but I just picked up a pair of these and got to test them out today. I didn't use the inner glove because I didn't think I needed them, but let me say these did a WAY better job than regular winter gloves. Didn't freeze at all, kept my hands dry even if I dragged my hands, and kept them warm most importantly.

  • "I like."

    , Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
    Pros: waterproof, warm, bungee on cuff Cons: loss of dexterity,

    I love these gloves. I wore the Burton GoreTex Underglove for awhile and really liked them, but the one thing that bothered me was when I'd fall and get snow up my sleeve. The gauntlet style and the bungee in the cuff of these eliminate that problem, as I can put these over my sleeve cuff and pull them tight. They are very waterproof and pretty warm with the liners. The vent on the back is good for helping keep your hands cool and dry and provides a great place to put a hand warmer on colder days. You're not going to have the dexterity of a pipe glove with these on, but I do not consider them bulky for the warmth they provide.

  • "Burton Gore Gloves"

    , Champaign, IL
    Pros: Super Durable, Very Waterproof!!!, Comes w/ a liner too! Cons: Hands Still Get Cold,

    All around, I'd say these are almost perfect, great gloves down to about 25 degrees. These are incredibly water proof! They are also very durable, and I've had no problems with wear and tear so far after a full season. Could use more insulation since my fingers still get cold. The vent for air or hand warmers don't do any good if you stick hand warmers in there. At least I haven't noticed any improvement. I just bought some mittens to hopefully help with the cold, but we will see. I'd give it a 5 star if my hands would stay warm. All in all great gloves, maybe it's just my bad circulation.

  • "Great glove for the snow"

    , Decorah, IA
    Pros: DRY!, warm, Cons: Bulky, Price,

    I've acquired a few gloves/mittens in my search for the do-it-all-glove. As a new boarder my gloves get a lot of snow contact and this glove is easily the best at keeping my hands dry. With thinner hands the glove really feels a bit bulky at times, but at least my hands are dry. This is my least dexterous, but my warmest and driest glove.

  • "DRY"

    Pros: Dry, Warm, Cons: Bulky,

    These gloves keep my hands warm and dry the entire day. This is the first over glove I have tried, and they did a great job of keeping the snow out. They are a bit bulky, so it was difficult for me to unzip my pockets or buckle my helmet with them on. Other than that, these gloves are great.

  • "Good Gloves"

    Pros: Water Proof, Warm, Durable Cons: Large,

    The gloves are great, but then again, what kind of gloves are bad? There are probably no difference between all of these gloves, they are all just warm and water proof, but these are still good. To be honest, too expensive when a pair for $20 does the same thing.

  • "No cold hands anymore"

    , Parlin, NJ
    Pros: warm, light, waterproof Cons:

    Just bought these gloves a week ago and used them first time this weekend. All I can say is that, if you want warm and dry hands all day, buy this!

  • "Bad@$$"

    , HILTON, NY
    Pros: Warm, Waterproof, Detachable Liner Cons: Detachable Liner,

    I have not been on the slopes with these yet but the fact that they are Gore-Tex and they are made by Burton is a huge plus. I tried on plenty of Gore-Tex gloves before settling on these and for the same price Burton is making a much higher quality product. I love the detachable liner too. The only con that I see, which is also a plus is the detachable liner. I could see these coming out every time you try to take the glove off, which may be annoying if you want the bare hand. Besides that no complaints here.

  • "Great Gloves"

    Pros: Light, Warm, Waterproof Cons: Expensive,

    These are great gloves. These are warmest gloves that I have ever worn. They are even great on those days that most of the snow is the man made snow because they are so waterproof. The liner is great because even if the outside glove is wet the liner will usually keep dry. They are well worth the money because you will never want a new pair of gloves again after you wear these. These gloves are the perfect buy if you ride a lot.

  • "Warm and waterproof gloves"

    Pros: Warm, waterproof, and not too Thick, It has two layer, Cons: may be the slev could be little longer,

    I have used it in the year 2010 and unlike other golves I have, these Burton's have two layers so whenever you need to reach your pocket you don't need to take off all your glove. Which makes it very useful. The strap on the wrist gives extra protection for snow to enter in the hands. I have tested out how waterproof it is by just dipping it in the water for one to two minutes, and my hands were dry... No water leaks...

  • "Super dry gloves"

    Pros: keeps my hands dry and warm, Cons:

    I go through a pair of gloves once a season. These are the first pair that lasted longer then 1 season. They keep my hands super warm and dry.

  • "Dry and warm - ideal for NorCal pow days"

    , SAN JOSE, CA
    Pros: Dry hands, Velcro cuffs, awesome liners Cons: slightly bulky,

    These are easily the best pow gloves I've ever owned. The GoreTex obviously goes a long way with this, but it's the little features that keep it that way. The Velcro cuffs get you a nice tight seal that works awesome with my Volcom jacket's wrist gaiters. Using the jackets Velcro cuffs over the top of these gloves I can tell you no snow gets into my gloves without my say so! Also for a pair of gloves, the warmth is above average. Add in the liners and it's toasty. The liners themselves are my spring gloves and I love them. The one draw back is they are a bit bulky so it does mess with some dexterity. No messing with your iPod with these suckers on, but plenty nimble enough to mess with your bindings, jacket, etc.

  • "Excellent DRY Glove"

    , Atlanta, GA
    Pros: Keeps you dry, Easy to tighten bindings with, Cons: Expensive,

    This is an excellent glove that will keep your hands warm and dry all day long, with or without the liner. They are easy to manuver around with tightening your bindings. Some gloves are bulky and hard to deal with, but these are not. The only con I have for them is that they are pretty expensive but now they have them on sale so buy them while you can! Good time to buy!!

  • "They're Greeeaaaat!"

    , Walnut, CA
    Pros: Gortex, Warm, Simple Cons:

    These are a great pair of gloves! The gortex keeps the water out and the liner keeps the warmth in! I suggest you buy them a size larger so it's not too tight when you rock em with the liners in.

  • "Warm - Durable Gloves"

    , el monte, CA
    Pros: Warm, Durable, Flexible Cons: Price, Hard to wash,

    I have these gloves and they worked out pretty well for me on really chilly and windy days. My old gloves that I had would get wet in the inside and thus, freeze my hand. These gloves gave me no problem with that. The price can be cheaper in my honest opinion. Overall it was a great buy.

  • "Nice Gloves"

    , Minneapolis, MN
    Pros: Warm, Comfortable, Hands dont get cold Cons:

    These are great gloves that keeps your hands warm whenever your boarding. I love these gloves they are really comfortable.

  • "Nice Gloves"

    , AL
    Pros: Cheap (on sale), Warm, Cons: A bit snug,

    Good gloves that you keep your hands very warm. I didn't use the liner because it was a bit too snug for me.

  • "Must have gloves"

    Pros: Warm, Waterproof, Durable Cons: Price, Can get hot,

    These are some quality gloves that will work well for snowboarding, hiking, snow shoveling, etc. in any type of weather. I remember having to shovel slush and my hands were still very dry afterwords. Price is a bit high but all things considered, these gloves are a good investment and will protect your hands pretty well.

  • "Nice Glove!"

    , Seattle, WA
    Pros: Warm, Comes with Liner, Comfy Cons: Shell isn't gore-tex, Gore-tex insert...,

    These are great gloves! This is Burton's cheapest pair of gore-tex gloves. Technically they are not gore-tex though. They have an insert that is gore-tex, and a just a regular waterproof (DRYride) shell. The glove will get wet, but the inside will not. Still a great all weather glove! I love the liner you get with it as well. You can wear it on stormy days and just alone in the pipe in the summer. Everyone has these and you should too!

  • "Nice warm and dry gloves"

    Pros: warm, keeps you dry, durable Cons: a bit small for sizing,

    These gloves kept me warm and dry in the coldest of temperatures at the top of the mountain. You probably won't have enough room to fit the liner gloves underneath, but I've never needed to since the gloves are so warm. The liner gloves are a good cheap alternative for warm spring days.

  • "good pair of glove"

    , DEL MAR, CA
    Pros: water proof, Cons: kind of expensive unless it's on sale.,

    The glove is nice because it comes with a pair of liners. The fit is kind of snug and too tight when you wear the liner with the glove though. On a warm day you could just wear the glove without the liner and be fine. It is comfortable as well.

  • "Good Gloves"

    , Moorpark, CA
    Pros: Warm , Waterproof, Cons: Price,

    I use these when I snowboard and they work fine. They keep my hands warm and are pretty comfortable.

  • "Worth the price"

    , AL
    Pros: gortex, multi purpose, Cons: high priced,

    Used these for hiking through the Appalachian mountains and they're warm, very warm and water proof

  • "nice gloves"

    , lincoln park, MI
    Pros: gore tex, warm and dry (for the most part), includes liner gloves that are warm on their own Cons: none yet,

    Got these last turkey day weekend sale for like 25 bones, and totally wish I would have ordered more. They are a bit tight with my wrist guards underneath, and I've never gotten them on with the liners on. Other than that, get 'em if they're on sale. The liners are warm enough to keep your hands warm if you're not out for long periods in them.

  • "Great Gloves"

    , creve coeur, MO
    Pros: warm, dry fast, allow room for wrist guards Cons: wish they had a smaller profile to allow grip, ran a bit larger in size.,

    I bought these last season. They were super comfy. They dried really fast after a hard day on the hill. More importantly they allowed me to still wear my wrist guards... I found it tough to grip things though. The liners that came with them were great, and allowed me to take the larger gloves off when I did need to get ahold of something and not have my fingers freeze.

  • "Gloves"

    , Everett, WA
    Pros: Warm, Cons: Sizes are a bit odd because of liner,

    These gloves are awesome and very warm. If you wish to use the liner you might want to buy a size bigger or if you don't plan to use it buy a size smaller.

  • "Burton Gore Tex Gloves!"

    , Sydney, NSW
    Pros: Warm, Always Stay Dry, Cons: Small sizing, Not much movement when wearing inners.,

    Thess Burton gloves are great. They keep your hands dry and warm even in the wettest and coldest conditions. They come with a pair of inners for extra warmth, however, the glove becomes a very small fit when wearing both inners and glove. The adjustable strap allows you to tighten the glove around your wrist and keep the snow out. It also has a small zipper on the outside that acts as an air vent for when you get too warm, but I don't really notice it much. Overall it's a great glove for the cold days and would definitely recommend them.

  • "Gloves"

    , portland, OR
    Pros: Burton, 2 Layers, Small little Vent Cons: Small to size, Not very warm with inside glove,

    Nice Burton Gloves, recommend getting a bigger size than usual. Don't lose the inside glove because outer glove isn't very warm without it.

  • "burton glove"

    , GENEVA, IL
    Pros: warm , comes with glove liner, keeps hands dry Cons:

    I have a few pair of these gloves because I like them so much. Always keeps my hands dry and warm even in very cold conditions. Just starting to show wear after a season or so of riding.

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awesome gloves, the quick pull tabs are great and perfect for gloved hands
michael f on Dec 30, 2013
Good price
Jake A on Dec 12, 2013
Great price, good product
Ernest G on Dec 14, 2013
Sevket Tolga A on Dec 3, 2013
I'm wondering if these are Men's sizing or Women's? I can't find where this is specified on any of your closeout glove pages.
Alexander V on Dec 10, 2013
Best Answer: This Burton Gore-TEx Glove is a Men's Glove.

Check out the other Burton Gore-Tex Gloves out HERE:
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When will more sizes be available on this glove? I wear medium and all there is is small.
Collin C on Nov 30, 2013
Best Answer: As this style of the Burton Gore-Tex glove is a closeout we will not be getting any additional sizes in. Here is a link to all our Medium Burton gloves with Gore-Tex:
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