Burton Touchscreen Glove Liner

Burton Touchscreen Glove Liner
Burton Touchscreen Glove Liner
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Touchscreen Glove Liner by Burton
Change the tunes on your smartphone without exposing your fingers to the cold with the Burton Touchscreen Glove Liner. The Dryride Ultrawick Silkweight fabric is super light and breathable so your hand stays comfy and dry inside your snowboard glove, and it's equipped with Screen Grab technology so you can use your touchscreen device without freezing your fingers off.

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SKU: BUR00ES
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