Burton Approach Glove

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Burton Approach Glove
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Burton Approach Glove - Cold hands make grabbing harder, and generally contribute to shred misery. Slip on the Burton Men's Approach Glove for low profile style and all-condition warmth. Burton added a removable 220g fleece liner to the Men's Approach Gloves for finger-saving warmth on chilly powder days. On warmer days, remove the glove liners and rock the shells alone.

Fit:

  • Pistol Grip Pre-Curved Fit for comfort and dexterity

Fabric:

  • 220G Removable Fleece Liner provides extra warmth
  • DRYRIDE Ultrashell 2-Layer Coated Fabric offers weather protection

Ventilation:

  • Waterproof, breathable shell to keep you dry

Features:

  • Toughgrip Palm gives you a solid hold on rope tows, T-bars and everything else
  • Screen Grap Toughgrip Palm
  • Soft Chamois Goggle Wipe is gentle on your lens
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Indulge in the midweight warmth, technical weatherproofing, and multi-season versatility of the Burton Approach Men's Glove. A rugged DryRide Ultrashell membrane fends off the intrusion of moisture from ruining your shot at fresh tracks. Featuring a removable fleece liner, the Men's Approach Glove offers versatility that lasts from early season cold fronts to late-March slush fests. Rock the liner and glove as a 2-in-1 combo for maximum warmth, or wear the liner itself on warmer days.

Offering much needed dexterity for fully tweaked japan airs and tech savvy shredders, these gloves offer an ergonomic pre-curved fit and a Screen Grab Toughgrip palm for touchscreen devices. A soft chamois goggle wipe is also provided to clean your wet or dirty goggles.


PeterGlenn

The Burton Men’s Approach Glove gives you the protection you need for a full day on the hill at a price that leaves you money left over for lift tickets. This durable glove comes with a removable fleece liner that you can wear on its own when adjusting your bindings or riding during spring. Pull out the liner and ride with only the shell on mild days, and warm the liner by the fireside when you break for lunch. A Toughgrip Palm on the Approach Glove can handle days of lapping the tow-rope park, and a Pistol Grip Pre-curved fit ensures comfort with no break-in required.


USOutdoor.com
The Burton Approach Gloves give you a highly versatile option for the mountain that will not bleed your wallet in the process. The DRYRIDE Ultrashell™ will keep your hands dry on sloshy days, while the fleece liner helps to keep hands warm. Slap the two pieces of the Approach Gloves from Burton together for a super warm, extra dry experience like no other.
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Features:Soft Chamois Goggle Wipe
Liner Material:220G Removable Fleece Liner
Palm Material:NEW Screen Grab Toughgrip™ Palm for Total Touchscreen Control
Shell Material:DRYRIDE Ultrashell™ 2-Layer Fabric
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They keep your hands warm until you first touch the snow with them, and from that point on they just serve to surround your hands with cold, clammy wetness.

Wilson at Backcountry.com on 09/16/2013