The bike frame on this bike has acheived the highest EFBe rating
on the MTB Hardtail Tri Test. This means the frame has passed a
comprehensive evaluation of the frames durability. The frame
withstood five fatigue tests with 100,000 cycles each. These
correspond to the loading cases present in standard bike operation:
If you are looking for a warm, waterproof glove for those stormy days on the mountain Burton Profile snowboard gloves are the answer. Made with Burton''s DRYRIDE Ultrashell 2L fabric and filled with Thermacore Insulation these gloves are sure to keep your hands nice and toasty. Add in the Toughgrip Palm, pre-curved fit and microfiber lining and these gloves are sure to be among the most comfortable and practical snowboard gloves you have ever worn.
Key Features of the Burton Profile Snowboard Gloves:
After several gloves, this is the only glove that doesn't get bogged with water.. She's just learning to board thus falls frequently on the gloves.. Most other gloves just get heavy cuz of all the water it soaks. This one stays dry all day! Also not as thick as the others, but she hasn't tried it in very cold weather.. so don't know if it's warm enough
These gloves are pretty awesome. The moment you put them on, your hands start smiling with the wave of warmth they produce. I bought the Black print ones, and they're so much easier to find in a backpack/bag compared to plain black because these ones actually stand out. I'm stoked with these.
If you're unsure about sizing, follow the sizing guide! It's very accurate! If you're wanting liner gloves to wear inside these, get the size bigger - simple
Bought these for the wife. She likes them, and can go all day without her hands getting cold. Her gripe with all gloves is they are always too bulky? Same with these, but i think thats just an all glove thing for her. Paid more for them when I got them too..
Gf bought these this season and has used them a few times in a range of conditions.
They are very warm and stay waterproof for most of the day, after a 8 hour day on the slopes they did start to get wet inside, but that was due to water getting in from the top or everytime she took her gloves off and on.
I bought the white pair last year for twice the price and let me say they are beautiful and feel awesome... but these white gloves get dirty so fast, and won't get clean again! the grip on these gloves is also white and the dirt sticks to them and won't come back off. they are really warm and i don't use a liner glove. there are snaps inside to connect to certain coats which is awesome since it keeps out the snow! there are drawstrips to tighten round the wrist too. so nice. but like i said... DON'T GET WHITE
I bought this glove because I needed a new pair of gloves since my only pair was ripping at the palm. I like how you can bundle your gloves together with the snap button clip because most gloves have the plastic clips which is hard to unclip with or without gloves on. The wide opening is great if you wear wrist guards so you can easily slip your hands in but even then the gloves are still a little too roomy. I don't like how the end of the gloves is secured tight by a string because that's hard to do with gloves on so your ends of your gloves will be loose and snow will easily come in your gloves. I've never liked gloves with these kinds of ends but whatever this glove was on sale.
These gloves are ok. I would have liked it more if the liner was removeable, however the liner is still warm inside the glove. Material outside feels a little soft and not sure how durable that will be. I would recommend spending a little more money to buy goretex gloves instead.