Burton Gore-Tex Glove - Kids'

Burton Gore-Tex Glove - Kids'
Burton Gore-Tex Glove - Kids'
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Gore-Tex Glove - Kids' by Burton
A scaled-down version of the premium gloves worn by Burton's best team riders, the Burton Kids' Gore-Tex Glove protects kids' hands as they dial in park skills, experience their first powder day, and build snowmen in the backyard. The Gore-Tex membrane is the pivotal feature, guaranteeing waterproof protection from the wettest snow and deepest powder. The gauntlet-style wrist is ideal for kids that regularly play outside building forts and slashing through powder, cinching for a tight barrier from the elements. Cozy microfiber wraps their hands in blissful warmth, with Thermex insulation preventing heat loss in teeth-chattering cold. And for tech-savvy kids, touchscreen-compatible fingers allow them to play on their favorite tablet while you drive to grandma's house for the holidays.

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SKU: BUR01EC
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