Burton Men's Pipe Gloves

Priced: $37.46 - $49.99 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 14 reviews.
Burton Pipe Gloves
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Color: Sangria / True Black
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The Burton Pipe Gloves are fantastic, because snow sports are no fun when you have frost bite. But these optimum premium Burton Pipe Gloves are for more than just for skiing and snowboarding. Use them while driving or hiking as well. The Burton Gloves have synthetic suede sewn right into the palm for a nonslip grip. Hang on to your hat and anything else you might need. The stretch in the Pipe Gloves is ideal for holding your hand soft and comfortably without coming undone.

Fit:

  • Ergonomic Pre-Curved Fit

Fabric:

  • DRYRIDE ultrashell Water-resistant stretch Fabric

Traction and Grip:

  • Synthetic Suede Palm with Sticky Icky Grip

Features:

  • Neoprene Flex Zones
  • Low-Profile Cuff
Snowboards.net

Looking for that pipe glove that's lightweight and easy to wear, with its ergonomic pre-curved fit why wouldn't you want to go with the properly named Burton Pipe Snowboard Gloves. The DRYRIDE Ultrashell fabrics that make up the exterior are breathable and waterproof so you have the ultimate in comfort and warmth. How about a Synthetic Suede Palm with No-Slip Grip? Thin and flexible, you'll have a durable palm that will provide plenty of grip even when the gloves are wet. Performance and style? Functional and fun? Well, we call that the Burton Pipe Snowboard Gloves.


Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.


USOutdoor.com
Heading out to take on the half pipe? Toss the Burton Pipe Glove in your pocket. The Burton Pipe Gloves are light, with a low-profile design that is ideal for spring days, park riding, driving, hiking or even just shoveling the snow off your driveway. The Pipe gloves are made out of a Dryride Ultrashell Water-Resistant Stretch Fabric and a sticky, grippy synthetic suede palm.
Attention: Burton Snowboards & Gear can be shipped only within the United States and Canada.

Berg's Ski Shop
You don't need to hit the rails to wear these gloves. The Burton Pipe glove is the essential spring glove with it's no-slip grip and breathable, water-resistant stretch fabric. Use the Pipe glove when you are scraping ice off the car in the morning or hiking on a chilly day when you need a little protection from the wind.
Zappos.com
Plan on flying high between the curve of the pipes? Then make sure to pack these Pipe Gloves from Burton™ for a rocksteady run.
Lightweight and low profile, these ride best in warmer conditions for spring or summer shredding and mellow climates.
Synthetic suede palm offers all the same all-weather performance as leather, but in a thinner, even more flexible package. The screened silicone palm provides added grip, even when wet.
Pistol Grip Pre-Curved Fit offers superior dexterity with its articulated fit, keeping your hands warm and nimble no matter what kind of action you run into.
DRYRIDE Ultrashell™ water-resistant stretch fabric materials.
Neoprene flex zones.
Hand wash, line dry.
Tactics.com
Ask Jack Mitrani and he’ll tell you pipes are a big part of snowboarding. Superpipes, mini pipes, regular pipes, quarterpipes, some pipes are even small enough to fit in your pocket.

Whether you’re sessioning a 22-foot mega pipe, or a hidden pipe spot deep in the woods, the Pipe Gloves from Burton are the perfect accessory. Even if you never ride pipe, wear ‘em on spring days, or sneak ‘em on real quick when doing boring stuff like shoveling or driving.


Backcountry.com
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.
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Also available for: Women
All Gear by:Burton
Cuff:Low-Profile Cuff
Cuff Closure:Low-Profile Cuff
Cuff Style:Under jacket
Fit:Ergonomic Pre-Curved Fit
Glove Features: Pistol Grip Pre-Curved Fit DRYRIDE 2L Ultrashell Sticky Icky Grip Palm Synthetic Suede Palm
Palm:60% nylon, 40% polyurethane.
Palm Material:Synthetic Suede Palm with Sticky Icky™ Grip
Removable Liner:No
Shell:40% neoprene, 30% nylon, 30% polyurethane.
Shell Material:DRYRIDE Ultrashell™ Water-Resistant Stretch Fabric
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Burton Pipe Gloves Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

The Marauder/True Black are super spidey looking. You cant deny their beauty and they're extremely comfortable. You can wear these all day and love the way your hands don't sweat or feel suffocated. The grip is next to none. The only downside to these is perhaps the material that makes them so comfortable is also succeptable to cathering snow in the weave if you find yourself getting hands on ground or using your hands to swipe snow off of your gear. Snow that gets on the outside of the glove sticks in the weave and melts. Once the glove is wet, don't stop being active or they can quickly become a freeze trap for your fingers.

Jason Dement at Backcountry.com on 02/06/2013
Wearing regular gloves makes my hands sweat. I wanted lightweight gloves so I purchased these. They are great for my hands to not make them sweat, but I do not understand why they would not make the whole palm side of the glove rubber instead of the fabric which does get wet. The gloves do a nice job of keeping the water out for the most part. I have another pair of pipe gloves as well, and I usually wear one pair in the morning and the other in the afternoon. They fit my needs, but would be better if they were hydrophobic.
Ace731 - customer at Zappos.com on 03/06/2013
I live in Upstate NY and work outside inspecting and repairing commercial roofs. I needed a glove that would keep me warm, dry and still allow me to use my hands in them. I've used them for a month now and are still holding up strong. Love the way they fit. Only thing I would mention is that they are definitely not waterproof. I would call them water-resistant. They don't soak up water like most gloves once wet. But they don't keep me completely dry either. Also not ideal when using in temps 25 degrees or less.
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 12/12/2012

Love these gloves, switched when they first came out and havent looked back. Like wearing nothing... a little padding and just enough warmth to get you through anything the east coast can dish out. grip is amazing, very spider-man like, and has gotten better the last couple years. Great glove if you have warm hands, keeps you from getting to hot and sweating more, but warm enough that you can stay out all day... and when they wear out they make a good shoveling glove!

Sweet G'sauce at Backcountry.com on 12/23/2011

I measured my hands and I am 6.5 inches, but the mediums were too big so I returned them for a small and they fit perfectly. I wanted to use these as all around gloves and didn't want them to be loose. They are very sticky and work for all activities, except for cell phone usage. Should be good in the pipe too. They are spring gloves and would not be adequate in cold weather.

Zachary at Backcountry.com on 01/01/2013

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.

Soren McCarty at Backcountry.com on 11/06/2011

These gloves look sick! No question about it. I bought these last season and didn't get to use them until two weeks ago. An hour into riding the velcro on the wrist had already started to come apart! This was a total bummer. Also not really for cold cold weather and not all that water proof in my experience.

Matty at Backcountry.com on 01/02/2013

These gloves have serious steeeeez. Fits like a glove. Lovin' the sticky palm for grabs and to get a good grip on my beer. Insulted enough to keep your hands warm but someone let's air in so your hands don't get all stanky... shipped quickly and was on my paws in no time. Great buy.

luk4559956 at Backcountry.com on 12/16/2011

keeps your hands nice and warm. i've rode with these a few times now and my hands were never wet or cold when i took them off to get some food or when i was done for the day. oh and they have great grip for doing grabs.

kyle willis at Backcountry.com on 01/26/2013

I got these gloves and i learned my first double cork! They have great grip and they have the perfect amount of warmth so not to hot or cold and+they r cheap and the best gloves u can get

sam at Backcountry.com on 01/08/2012

Neutral Reviews:

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.

Taylor at Backcountry.com on 12/08/2011