Burton Gondy Leather Glove

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Burton Gondy Leather Glove
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Burton Gondy Leather Glove - Keep your hands warm and nimble this winter season with the Gondy Leather Mitt by Burton®.
Pistol Grip Pre-Curved Fit allows for excellent dexterity with its articulated fit making any movement easy and unhindered.
Soft and supple, the Gnar Guard Leather Palm combines maximum comfort with durable weatherproof and breathability.
Insert is durable and breathable with a GORE-TEX® membrane that is completely windproof and lightweight, keeping your hands warm and dry during any activity.
3M Thinsulate™ Insulation is constructed with unique, high-loft microfibers that are water resistant and has increased breathability and warmth with less bulk.
Machine wash cold.


  • Brushed microfiber fleece lining wraps your weary paws in unexpected luxury

Support and Cushioning:

  • Pistol-grip pre-curved finger shaping ensures the Support glove feels broken-in right out of the package


  • Thermacore insulation keeps your hands toasty when mid-winter warmth is crucial

Weather and Wind:

  • Gore-Tex membrane swathes your hand in world-renowned waterproof and breathable performance—guaranteed


  • TouchTec enabled palm is engineered to control touchscreen without requiring that you take off your gloves
  • Gnar Guard leather shell has long-lasting durability

Gondolas are great for many reasons besides getting you up the hill quickly. The Burton Gondy Leather Glove and its Thermacore insulation let you bring that warm, enclosed feeling with you as you venture out into remote zones of the mountains in pursuit of powder. And when you have to change up your tunes or check to see how many people liked your most recent post, Touchtec palms can operate on touchscreens so your fingertips don't freeze. 

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Lining:100% polyester.
Shell:* 90% leather, 5% polyester, 5% nylon.
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Burton Gondy Leather Glove Reviews:


These are pretty darn good mittens. Most gloves will keep my palm/back of hand warm, but my skinny, short-ish fingers get cold very easily especially when it's below 25 deg F, so I have to switch to mittens. Bought these mittens in a size medium based on Burton sizing chart, but probably should have gone w/ the small size. However the upside to the mediums is I can easily get a knit liner glove and even pretty easily squeeze in an OR PL 400 liner glove inside, not so sure I would have been able to get in the PL400 liner w/ the small. So w/o the liner they're good down to around 15 deg F for me, but may need the knit liner in the single digits and the OR PL400 has done me right down to -15 deg F (actual temp, not just wind chill). Leather is supple, doesn't soak up too much water nor sweat. The only thing I would ding it on is my particular pair the leather is slightly slick. I have the Gondy Glove and for some reason that pair has a bit of tacky-ness to it to grab onto things a little better. The hashed color is meh, like last year's penny color that had reddish tint to it better.
Trdjohn - customer at Zappos.com on 01/23/2014

To many reasons why this is loved by everyone!
Maybe it's the Gore-Tex or the Thermacore or the touchtec, Or maybe it's the pistol grip pre-curved fit that gets you . Whatever it might be this glove wont let you down in any winter conditions !

four hoursemen at Backcountry.com on 10/05/2012

Best snowboarding gloves I've ever owned. Warm and comfy. Keeps your hands warm in the snow better than any other glove I've owned.

EDub707 at Backcountry.com on 12/10/2012