Even if you never ride pipe, wear ‘em on spring days, or when shoveling, driving, or hiking.
The Burton Pipe Gloves are designed to deliver maximum grip for methods, roastbeefs, crails, or whatever your favorite grab happens to be. The super low-pro design and water-resistant finish make these a great choice for park or cruiser laps in milder temperatures.
|Cuff Material:||Low-Profile Cuff|
|Cuff Style:||Under jacket|
|DRYRIDE:||DRYRIDE Ultrashell 2L Stretch Fabric|
|Glove Features:||Pistol Grip Pre-Curved Fit Synthetic Suede Palm|
|Material:||[shell] DRYRIDE Ultrashell; [palm] synthetic suede|
|Palm:||Synthetic Suede Palm with No-Slip Grip|
|Palm Material:||Synthetic Suede Palm with No-Slip Grip|
|Recommended Use:||warmer-weather shredding|
|Shell Material:||DRYRIDE Ultrashell 2L Water-Resistant Stretch Fabric|
|Burton Staple Leather Pipe Gloves||$20.96 - $35.95|
|Burton Staple Leather Pipe Snowboard Gloves||$29.95|
I am really happy with the Burton Pipe Gloves, not only do they work well for most warmer days on the mountain, but they also allow me to photograph while skiing and riding. They are my go to glove when photographing winter events such as the X Games and Dew Tour. They are also great for mountain biking too, they have outstanding grip and are fairly rugged.
In the pipe out of the pipe with a pipe or without a pipe, these pipe gloves are perfect for spring conditions.
I got these because I keep ruining my expensive gloves and mittens in the park. They are great for grabs and holding up to things like that. However when they say "water-resistant" It means that you can touch solid ice and not have a problem. But because these gloves have no insulation the weather you use them in is warm. So the snow is soft and slushy. My hands always get cold within a couple of hours of use. If you ski they'd be great, but for snowboarding, not my favorite.