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Burton Gore-Tex Under Gloves

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Specs

Type:
  • Gore-Tex
  • Under Glove
Material: DRYRIDE Ultrashell 2-Layer
Insulation: Thermacore Insulation
Waterproofing: Gore-Tex
Removable Liner:
  • Yes
Closure: Slip on
Goggle Wipe:
  • No
Gauntlet:
  • Yes
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
  • Daily Wear
  • Winter Wear
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Gore-Tex Under Gloves

The Burton Gore Tex Snowboard Undergloves are a great pair of gloves from the always reliable Burton brand that any snowboarder would find it difficult to not fall in love with the moment that they slipped their hands inside and felt the warmth retention, the comfort of the material rubbing against their skin, and the reassuring durability, that tells the wearer that this is a pair of gloves that they will not have to replace or abandon for a very long time.

Key Features of the Burton Gore Tex Snowboard Undergloves:
  • DRYRIDE Ultrashell 2-Layer Coated Fabric
  • GORE-TEX Waterproof/Breathable Glove Insert
  • Thermacore Insulation
  • Brushed Microfiber Fixed Lining
  • Removable, 4-Way Stretch DRYRIDE Thermex Liner with Sticky Icky Grip Palm
  • Toughgrip Palm
  • Soft Chamois Goggle Wipe
  • Hidden Heater/Vent Pocket
  • Pistol Grip Pre-Curved Fit

Discontinued Colors

Gore-Tex Under


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "2011 burton gore tex brimstone"

    , Forest Hills, NY
    Pros: Lots of features!, Very warm!, Awesome color Cons:

    Phenomenal glove with vents for those warm days. Inside liner makes this glove impenetrable! A great product from the Burton family!

  • "Very Nice Gloves!"

    , geneva, IL
    Pros: Stay relatively dry, Lots of insulation/cushioning, Hot pad pouches on top! Cons: Hands can tend to sweat, Difficult to wear under-gloves with,

    I purchased these last year at the shop near where I live for full price. They have plenty on insulation and padding but they tend to feel a little warm from time to time. If you are going out in negative temps. these are the gloves for you!

  • "Awesome gloves"

    , regina, SK
    Pros: very warm, great waterproofimg, Cons: nothing flashy about them,

    I bought the 09 version of these gloves off this website and they've held up awesome. Really warm, good fit and my hands never get wet. Used them in minus 30 and had no problems.

  • "Burton."

    , HERMITAGE, PA
    Pros: warmth, goretex, 3 pieces Cons: bulky,

    These storm/water proof gloves with help you out whereever you are shredding. Since they are so warm your hands might get a little warm. But that's why there is a small vent on the top of the glove.

  • "Burton."

    , HERMITAGE, PA
    Pros: warmth, goretex, 3 pieces Cons: bulky,

    These storm/water proof gloves will help you out wherever you are shredding. Since they are so warm your hands might get a little warm. But that's why there is a small vent on the top of the glove.

  • "Decent glove"

    , GUILFORD, CT
    Pros: comfort, warm, Cons: ripped easily,

    I have had these gloves for about a season. They are great for comfort and warmth but they have ripped between the fingers. I would get them again if I was buying another pair

  • "Burton Goretex Gloves"

    , Ipswich, QLD
    Pros: very warm, Cons: N/A,

    Great glove very warm even without the inner glove on! Only ploblem with this is they are starting to get a little smelly. Also the goggle cleaner on the thumb works well in snowy conditions.

  • "soo warm"

    , Bendigo, Vic
    Pros: warm, dry, gore tex Cons: a bit tight,

    My bro just got these, so I had to have a use as well. A little tight with the inner glove but overall no complaints, kept me warm and dry!

  • "soo warm"

    , Bendigo, Vic
    Pros: warm, dry, gore tex Cons: a bit tight,

    my bro just got these, so I had to have a use as well. a little tight with the inner glove but overall no complaints, kept me warm and dry!

  • "Integrated wrist guards on snowboard gloves"

    , Toronto, ON
    Pros: Safe your wrist, Cons: Tends to be bulkier,

    I got a pair of Burton integrated wrist guard gloves ... It is a godsend. I am not an expert boarder but I can see the need for this. The gloves also have enough venting to keep your hands less wet.

  • "Integrated wrist guards on snowboard gloves"

    , Toronto, ON
    Pros: Safe your wrist, Cons: Tends to be bulkier,

    I got a pair of Burton integrated wrist guards gloves ... It is a godsend. I am not an expert boarder but I can see the need for this. The gloves also have enough venting to keep your hands less wet.

  • "Great Gloves"

    , Havertown, PA
    Pros: Thickness, Waterproof lining, Cons: Length is short,

    Great gloves, just wish they were a little longer in length. Or maybe I just have big hands, but they are really nice for the price. Needs a good season to break into them, they are bulky at first.

  • "Great for the price"

    , Elk Grove Village, IL
    Pros: Has inserts , keeps my hands warm, waterproof Gor Tex Cons: Big and not to comfy with inserts,

    I got these gloves because i had crappy walmart gloves and every time i hit the slopes my fingers would get wet and cold.I read the reviews and every one said they are great/water proof with gor tex. I like these gloves but they are a little bulky! i got the XL and they big so its hard for me to ride with music because i cant use the button for play/pause.Mby i got gloves to big of a size but these gloves where great they keep you warm and they are water proof. I recommended buying these gloves because they are a bang for a buck, very cheap compared to the gloves i bought for 50 bucks and they broke in about 2 months. The reason i gave it a 4 is because you dont get that much movement with them so it hard to press play if you ride music when you board

  • "Great for the price"

    , Elk Grove Village, IL
    Pros: Has inserts , keeps my hands warm, waterproof Gor Tex Cons: Big and not to comfy with inserts,

    I got these gloves because I had crappy walmart gloves and every time I hit the slopes my fingers would get wet and cold. I read the reviews and every one said they are great/water proof with gore tex. I like these gloves but they are a little bulky! I got the XL and they fit big so its hard for me to ride with music because I cant use the button for play/pause.Maybe I got gloves too big of a size, but these gloves work great, they keep you warm and they are water proof. I recommended buying these gloves because they are a bang for a buck, very cheap compared to the gloves I bought for 50 bucks and they broke in about 2 months. The reason I gave it a 4 is because you dont get that much movement with them so it hard to press play if you ride music when you board

  • "Great for the price"

    , Elk Grove Village, IL
    Pros: Has inserts , keeps my hands warm, waterproof Gor Tex Cons: Big and not to comfy with inserts,

    I got these gloves because I had crappy walmart gloves and every time I hit the slopes my fingers would get wet and cold. I read the reviews and every one said they are great/water proof with gore tex. I like these gloves but they are a little bulky! I got the XL and they big so its hard for me to ride with music because I cant use the button for play/pause. Maybe I got gloves too big of a size but these gloves were great, they keep you warm and they are water proof. I recommended buying these gloves because they are a bang for a buck, very cheap compared to the gloves I bought for 50 bucks and they broke in about 2 months. The reason I gave it a 4 is because you dont get that much movement with them so it hard to press play if you ride music when you board

  • "Excellent Gloves"

    , Manton, MI
    Pros: Warm, Removable Liners, Cons: None,

    Just picked up a pair earlier this week, and today was my first day out with them. My hands stayed warm and dry all day; I'm still a beginner and spend a lot of time with my hands in the snow so that says a lot. I was hesitant to get the Underglove style, but after several encouraging words I went with them. I had absolutely no trouble with snow getting into them like I did with my old gauntlet style gloves. My favorite feature are the liners, they work great for fiddling around with your bindings or getting something out of your pocket. I highly recommend these!

  • "Excellent Gloves"

    , Manton, MI
    Pros: Warm, Removable Liners, Cons: None,

    Just picked up a pair earlier this week, and today was my first day out with them. My hands stayed warm and dry all day; I'm still a beginner and spend a lot of time with my hands in the snow so that says a lot. I was hesitant to get the Underglove style, but after several encouraging words I went with them. I had absolutely no trouble with snow getting into them like I did with my old gauntlet style gloves. My favorite feature are the liners, they work great for fiddling around with your bindings or getting something out of your pocket. I highly recommend these!

  • "Excellent Gloves"

    , Manton, MI
    Pros: Warm, Removable Liners, Cons: None,

    Just picked up a pair earlier this week, and today was my first day out with them. My hands stayed warm and dry all day; I’m still a beginner and spend a lot of time with my hands in the snow so, so that says a lot. I was hesitant to get the Underglove style, but after several encouraging words I went with them. I had absolutely no trouble with snow getting into them like I did with my old gauntlet style gloves. My favorite feature are the liners, they work great for fiddling around with your bindings or getting something out of your pocket. I highly recommend these!

  • "Goretastic!"

    , AL
    Pros: GORE TEX, Warm , DRY Cons: Tow Ropes,

    I love anything with Goretex. Great gloves, Warm and dry all day long. The sizing seemed a little off to me... I thought i was a large but i as it turns out I need A XL in Burton gloves, but then again ever body's hands are different. They don't hold up that great to tow ropes but what glove Do. If you need some good rope gloves get some leather pipe gloves.... Cheers

  • "Goretastic!"

    , AL
    Pros: GORE TEX, Warm , DRY Cons: Tow Ropes,

    I love anything with Goretex. Great gloves, Warm and dry all day long. The sizing seemed a little off to me... I thought I was a large but as it turns out I need A XL in Burton gloves, but then again everybody's hands are different. They don't hold up that great to tow ropes but what gloves do. If you need some good rope gloves get some leather pipe gloves.... Cheers

  • "Goretastic!"

    , AL
    Pros: GORE TEX, Warm , DRY Cons: Tow Ropes,

    I love anything with Goretex. Great gloves, Warm and dry all day long. The sizing seemed a little off to me... I thought I was a large but as it turns out I need an XL in Burton gloves, but then again everybody's hands are different. They don't hold up that great to tow ropes but what glove do. If you need some good rope gloves get some leather pipe gloves.... Cheers

  • "amazing gloves!"

    , Chicago, IL
    Pros: includes liner gloves, very warm, Cons: a little bulky, grip is ok,

    these gloves are great! includes nice liners, and theyre very warm. only complaint is i wish they didnt seem so bulky, but i dont really mind since they keep my hands warm all day.

  • "amazing gloves!"

    , Chicago, IL
    Pros: includes liner gloves, very warm, Cons: a little bulky, grip is ok,

    These gloves are great! Includes nice liners, and theyre very warm. Only complaint is I wish they didn't seem so bulky, but I dont really mind since they keep my hands warm all day.

  • "Warm"

    , dracut, MA
    Pros: loose, warm, Cons:

    nice and warm not the best grip

  • "Warm!"

    , Aurora, OH
    Pros: Warm, waterproof, liner Cons: big/bulky,

    I recently bougth this pair of gloves and think they are pretty soild. They kept my hands warm througth lots of conditions. My hamds stayed nice and dry through 4 hours of riding. I also like the wrist strap so i wont lose them!

  • "Warm!"

    , Aurora, OH
    Pros: Warm, waterproof, liner Cons: big/bulky,

    I recently bought this pair of gloves and think they are pretty soild. They kept my hands warm througth lots of conditions. My hamds stayed nice and dry through 4 hours of riding. I also like the wrist strap so I wont lose them!

  • "Nice gloves"

    , Centerport, NY
    Pros: Includes Liners, Cons:

    These were pretty great gloves, till I lost one of them when I was attempting a front flip (which is way out of my skills), They were warm. Price is a little up there but they are definitely worth it.

  • "Nice gloves"

    , Centerport, NY
    Pros: Includes Liners, Cons:

    These were pretty great gloves, till I lost one of them then I was attempting a front flip (which is way out of my skills), They were warm. Price is a little up there but they are defiantly worth it.

  • "Great"

    , PALO ALTO, CA
    Pros: Warm, Cons: none,

    Overall great, keeps my hands warm under all conditions. Especially love the little goggle wiper on the right hand glove.

  • "Solid but bulky"

    , Portland, OR
    Pros: Came with liner for spring days, Keeps the fingers dry, Fits under coat sleeves Cons: Fingers can get cold, Bukly,

    Overall I'm really happy with these gloves. They haven't been torn apart like my last pair of gloves that barely managed a full season. I bought my pair at a snowboard show and they came with liners that I wear more than I wear the actual gloves. They are great for morning drives to work. Anyway, as long as the temperatures don't plummet on you, your fingers will stay warm; but I did have an instance on Mt. Bachelor where the wind was whipping and even with my liner in, I thought I was going to lose a finder or two. The other downside is the bulkyness of the glove. It's not easy trying to adjust your boots or managing zippers. It's not a huge deal for me since my adjusting is done on the lift and I can manage to unglove a hand to open a vent. For the price point I bought it at, it's an incredible buy. For the price's I've seen it at, I might consider another glove unless you are in love with the liner like me.

  • "Solid but bulky"

    , Portland, OR
    Pros: Came with liner for spring days, Keeps the fingers dry, Fits under coat sleeves Cons: Fingers can get cold, Bukly,

    Overall I'm really happy with these gloves. They haven't been torn apart like my last pair of gloves that barely managed a full season. I bought my pair at a snowboard show and they came with liners that I wear more than I wear the actual gloves. They are great for morning drives to work. Anyway, as long as the temperatures don't plummet on you, your fingers will stay warm; but i did have an instance on Mt. Bachelor where the wind was whipping and even with my liner in, I thought I was going to lose a finger or two. The other downside is the bulkyness of the glove. It's not easy trying to adjust your boots or managing zippers. It's not a huge deal for me since my adjusting is done on the lift and I can manage to unglove a hand to open a vent. For the price point I bought it at, it's an incredible buy. For the price's I've seen it at, I might consider another glove unless you are in love with the liner like me.

  • "Solid but bulky"

    , Portland, OR
    Pros: Came with liner for spring days, Keeps the fingers dry, Fits under coat sleeves Cons: Fingers can get cold, Bukly,

    Overall I'm really happy with these gloves. They haven't been torn apart like my last pair of gloves that barely managed a full season. I bought my pair at a snowboard show and they came with liners that I wear more than I wear the actual gloves. They are great for morning drives to work. Anyway, as long as the temperatures don't plummet on you, your fingers will stay warm; but i did have an instance on Mt. Bachelor where the wind was whipping and even with my liner in, I thought I was going to lose a finder or two. The other downside is the bulkyness of the glove. It's not easy trying to adjust your boots or managing zippers. It's not a huge deal for me since my adjusting is done on the lift and I can manage to unglove a hand to open a vent. For the price point I bought it at, it's an incredible buy. For the price's I've seen it at, I might consider another glove unless you are in love with the liner like me.

  • "could be better"

    , BRANFORD, CT
    Pros: warm, good fit, waterproof Cons: not durable,

    my girlfriend bought this glove for me last year as a birthday present and i was really excited about them at first. the quality seemed to be great, they fit really nicely and kept my hands really warm. my problem with them arose from the the gloves not being durable enough. after about a dozen days of riding the fingertips were noticeably worn. when going through some glades one day i pushed off a tree and tore a small hole in the middle finger. they were still really warm and i liked the liners a lot but even the stitching on the liner came out on one of the fingers by mid-season. overall, they are still decent gloves. theyre warm, fit well, and theyre waterproof for the most part. but i was really not satisfied with the quality of the materials. i would expect a little more durability from gore-tex.

  • "could be better"

    , BRANFORD, CT
    Pros: warm, good fit, waterproof Cons: not durable,

    My girlfriend bought this glove for me last year as a birthday present and I was really excited about them at first. The quality seemed to be great, they fit really nicely and kept my hands really warm. My problem with them arose from the the gloves not being durable enough. After about a dozen days of riding the fingertips were noticeably worn. When going through some glades one day I pushed off a tree and tore a small hole in the middle finger. They were still really warm and I liked the liners a lot but even the stitching on the liner came out on one of the fingers by mid-season. Overall, they are still decent gloves. They're warm, fit well, and they're waterproof for the most part. I was really not satisfied with the quality of the materials. I would expect a little more durability from gore-tex.

  • "could be better"

    , BRANFORD, CT
    Pros: warm, good fit, waterproof Cons: not durable,

    My girlfriend bought this glove for me last year as a birthday present and I was really excited about them at first. The quality seemed to be great, they fit really nicely and kept my hands really warm. My problem with them arose from the the gloves not being durable enough. After about a dozen days of riding the fingertips were noticeably worn. When going through some glades one day I pushed off a tree and tore a small hole in the middle finger. They were still really warm and I liked the liners a lot but even the stitching on the liner came out on one of the fingers by mid-season. Overall, they are still decent gloves. they're warm, fit well, and they're waterproof for the most part. But I was really not satisfied with the quality of the materials. I would expect a little more durability from gore-tex.

  • "Solid pair of gloves"

    , Redwood City, CA
    Pros: Comfortable, Has Wrist Guard, Good Waterproofing Cons: A bit thick,

    I have the earlier year model of this glove and it's definitely a nice pair of gloves. I found them pretty comfortable and well waterproofed. It's nice it has a wrist guard as well. As mentioned by another review, they are a bit bulky and heavy.

  • "Holy Warmness"

    , Eureka, MO
    Pros: Warm, Comfortable , True Fit Cons: Not good for Spring Riding, too warm,

    Too warm for spring riding but amazing for the cold days. I don't even use the liners and my hands are never wet or cold. The liners are super useful too. I don't have Pipe gloves yet so I use the liners as substitutes. They dry fast and are very convenient

  • "Warm but Bulky"

    , Temple City, CA
    Pros: Gore-Tex, Warm, Cons: Bulky, Can't wear both inner liner & glove,

    One thing I like about burton gloves is that they have the elastic straps to strap to your wrist so that you can take the gloves off and leave them hanging on your arms. I like that these gloves are warm and keep me dry with the gore-tex material. However, they're annoyingly large. I normally wear a Small with every glove brand. The gloves fit me fine, but they are HUGE compared to my Dakine Broncos. Also, the included inner liner, if I wear the inner liner, I can't put the full glove on! I can only wear one or the other but not both. Technically I could go and get a medium, but these are already huge on me and I can barely grab anything with them. If I step up to a medium then they'd be worthless, may as well get a mitten!

  • "Best gloves i ever owned"

    , Washington Township, NJ
    Pros: Keep you dry, keep you warm, nice look Cons: A little big, so you might want to get size down,

    These gloves are amazing, easily the warmest most waterproof gloved I have ever owned. I love the goretex. The only problem with these gloves is the sizing. I have always been a medium in gloves and the fingers on these gloves were about half an inch or more too big for my fingers. So you might want to size down because a nice fitting glove would only make this glove even better.

  • "Solid"

    , Banff, AB
    Pros: Warm, Easy to put on/take off, Cons: Takes a while to dry,

    Simple enough glove, but effective. Strapping system makes sure that minimal snow gets through, durable, warm, and overall offers a high level of comfort. Everything a glove should offer. Only thing I've found with this glove is that it takes longer than my other gloves to dry after a day of shredding.

  • "Burton GoreTex Gloves"

    , Kent, WA
    Pros: Comfortable, Warm, Waterproof Cons: Tear VERY easily in icy conditions., Low wrist sleeve.,

    This is an amazing glove for anyone who only boards in ideal snow conditions. However, some of us aren't always as lucky. My advice would be not to bring this glove to the slopes on icy days, they will rip pretty quickly. Aside from that, they are awesome gloves and I'd recommend purchasing them.

  • "nice gloves"

    , CHESTNUT HILL, MA
    Pros: soft on inside, good fit, can adjust the size with ratchet Cons: plain with colors,

    The gloves are very comfortable and soft on the inside, but on the outside it is waterproof and protective. The small ratchet like thing makes it a great fit. the only thing I could find as a con is that the colors are plain and just black(but that doesn't matter.

  • "Nice Glove"

    , Janesville, WI
    Pros: Warm, Dry, Cons: Ripped,

    I had these gloves and loved them, unfortunately I let my brother use them and they ripped after a few hours. The index finger almost came completely off. Before they ripped they were very warm and kept my hands nice and dry. If they stayed in one piece I would definitely recommend to anyone.

  • "Best so Far!"

    , PA
    Pros: Outer Glove is Warm and Dry, Inner Glove is warmer, versatile based on temperature Cons: none!,

    These gloves are the best I have used so far. I use the inner gloves alone whenever I want to mess around and shred in my backyard or street shredding, and I use them both when I shred the mountain all day. The outer layer is really nice and keeps your hands dry while being breathable. Also, it's nice that if your hands get too hot you can take off the inner layer and keep the dry and warm outer layer on!

  • "Very bulky"

    , SAINT PETERSBURG, FL
    Pros: Warm, zipper for vent, goes under your sleeve, Cons: Bulky,

    This glove comes with a liner, which is a huge plus. It fit a bit bulky with or without the liner. I would reccomended this glove on a cold day. I also really like the zipper on it so you could vent out if its too hot. Everything feel really comfortable, fit true to size (Exactly), so make sure you measure yourself correctly or at least try it out at the store. As far as the quality goes. Im not sure if this glove hand hold up, the stiching quality isnt are good compare to my dakine glove. But overall, a very good glove.

  • "Good Glvoes"

    , HACKENSACK, NJ
    Pros: Warm, Dry, Cons: Small, Tight Fit with Inner Glove,

    These are a nice pair of gloves, they come with an outter and an inner glove. The outer glove is really waterproof and keeps your hands dry. The inner glove REALLY keeps you warm, but it's really hard to put the outer glove on with it. I don't use the inner one and it's still kept me warm. Overall, nice pair of glvoes.


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