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Burton Warmest Mittens

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Description: Burton Warmest Mittens

Send your cold digits and palms into the fiery pits of Burton tech with the Warmest mitten. Featuring a blazing 550 fill Down insulation, they're quite literally the warmest mitts Burton offers in their winter line. A screen compatible palm and thumb make it easy to stay connected no matter where you are, and keep you Instajammin' down the mountain without sacrificing the warmth you deserve. A fixed lining brushed with microfiber fleece and DryRide technology keeps your body heat close and puts it to use, while wicking away sweat and moisture to make sweaty palms a thing of the past.

Key Features of Burton Warmest Mittens:
  • Screen Grab® Gnar Guard Leather Thumb
  • DRYRIDE Durashell™ 2-Layer Fabric
  • Waterproof DRYRIDE Insane Membrane™ 2.0
  • 550 Fill Power Down
  • Thermacore™ Insulation
  • Brushed Microfiber Fixed Lining
  • Heater/Vent Pocket
  • Ergonomic Pre-Curved Fit


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Directed gift - warmest mittens available
Chris C on Dec 18, 2016
Directed gift - warmest mittens available
Chris C on Dec 18, 2016
Roger N on Nov 13, 2016
Roger N on Nov 13, 2016
yes how well does it dry inside the mitt when u take a short break,compared with the removable liner ones?
A shopper on Jan 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: These are absolutely wonderful gloves. Super warm, supple, and comfortable. The gloves don't dry out completely between breaks (for example, lunch breaks), but then again, I haven't encountered many gloves that do. What these do provide is excellent warmth even when wet.
How do you measure for gloves?
Carisa K on Nov 1, 2015
You measure across your hand. If you click on the size charts, and then scroll down to gloves there is a little diagram.