Burton Gore-Tex Glove - Women's

Burton Gore-Tex Glove - Women's
Burton Gore-Tex Glove - Women's
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Gore-Tex Glove - Women's by Burton
The Burton Women's Gore-Tex Glove delivers nearly everything you could want in a glove, from waterproof warmth with a removable liner, to touch-screen compatibility on the chair lift. The Gore-Tex insert blocks wind and water, and the removable, four-way stretch liner helps wick away sweat before it freezes on your hands. Thermacore synthetic insulation lines the shell, so your hands stay toasty on cold days in the park, and a hidden heater/vent pocket gives you options for cold and warm weather. Silicone palm grips prevent your hands from slipping off during grabs, and the fingers are touchscreen compatible, so you can adjust your tunes on the lift without your hands getting cold. Plus, this glove's low-profile cuff fits under your jacket sleeves, maintaining comfort and protection without the need for a bulky gauntlet.

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SKU: BUR02P4
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