Burton Warmest Glove - Men's

Burton Warmest Glove - Men's
Burton Warmest Glove - Men's
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Warmest Glove - Men's by Burton
From the wind-swept peaks of Colorado's Continental Divide to the sub-zero windchills of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, the Burton Men's Warmest Glove insulates your fingers with fiery warmth during Arctic blasts of bone-chilling air. Trapping heat in the most extreme alpine environments, the glove's 550-fill down and Thermacore synthetic insulation act as a one-two punch against temperature readings better suited for penguins and polar bears. Sealing out moisture and snow from compromising the glove's insulation, the waterproof DryRide Insane Membrane 2. 0 maintains the down insulation's heat-trapping loft, even through the heaviest snowstorms and wettest winter precipitation. The glove's ergonomic leather palm provides full dexterity for strapping in atop your favorite lift and throwing shakas after an epic run. And when the snow starts to pile up in all-time amounts, you can send a quick "Sorry, I'm sick. Can't come in today ..." text to your boss without removing your gloves, thanks to the touchscreen-compatible thumb and index finger.

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SKU: BUR01DT
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