Burton Warmest Mitten - Men's

Burton Warmest Mitten - Men's
Burton Warmest Mitten - Men's
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Warmest Mitten - Men's by Burton
Sometimes it's just best to call things what they are and leave the silly nicknames at home--Burton sure thought so with the Men's Warmest Mitt. It is, you guessed it, Burton's warmest mitten, and it'll give any insulated snowboard mitt a run for its toasty money. The Warmest starts with waterproof DryRide Durashell fabric and a DryRide Insane Membrane 2. 0 that seals out wind and water, keeping the 550-fill down and synthetic Thermacore insulation dry and warm, even on soggy days or in overhead pow. The Warmest also has a brushed microfiber lining for a super-soft feel, a Gnar Guard leather palm to ensure grip and abrasion-resistance, and Screengrab touchscreen compatibility on the thumb so you can take some sweet chairlift selfies without having to expose your fingers to the cold. There's also a pocket that can be used to throw in a handwarmer on ice-cold days, or to vent out excess heat when things warm up in the afternoon.

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SKU: BUR01DU
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