Burton Gore-Tex Gauntlet Glove + Liner - Men's

Burton Gore-Tex Gauntlet Glove + Liner - Men's
Burton Gore-Tex Gauntlet Glove + Liner - Men's
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Gore-Tex Gauntlet Glove + Liner - Men's by Burton
If the Burton Gore-Tex Gauntlet Glove could talk, it wouldn't say much. While other talking gloves might spout off about bells, whistles, graphics, and other hullabaloo, the Gore-Tex Glove would keep it short and sweet, only saying, 'relax, I got this' when you're riding a lift into a dark high-elevation cloud. Or perhaps it might only give you a nod to reassure you that your digits will be safe and warm, even when it looks like you're about to tomahawk down a pillow line. Why is it so confident' Well, this glove system has a guaranteed waterproof membrane in the already waterproof DryRide Ultrashell. Then there's the removable DryRide Thermex liner glove, which can stand on its own when you are shoveling snow. Or, double down with both together when you are heading into a storm. When things are good out there, you'll be inclined to tell your friends, so Burton made this glove with the Screen Grab Touchgrip palm so you can type away.

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SKU: BUR5723
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