The folks at Burton don't like to get too fancy when they're naming their products. They call it like they see it, which is why the Burton Gore-Tex Warmest Glove is just what it sounds like it is--the warmest glove that Burton makes. Now outfitted with a Gore-Tex membrane for durable waterproofing in any weather, this toasty warm glove is packed with down insulation to keep your fingers happy and cozy through the coldest days on the slopes. It also features Burton's innovative Living Lining that traps heat when you need the warmth, and lets it escape when things are getting a bit too toasty, so you'll climate-controlled comfort while you ride. Burton wasn't just thinking about the wet cold when they were designing this glove--they were thinking of solutions to everyday problems. Tired of exposing your hands to freezing weather when you need to text your buddies' Well thanks to the touchscreen-compatible Screen Grab leather on the thumb and forefinger, you'll be able to meet up with the whole gang without picking up some frostbite on the way. Burton also added a handwarmer/ventilation pocket to help you warm up or cool down to meet the weather's demands, letting you rock this glove all season long.
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