Burton Powerstretch Liner Glove

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Burton Powerstretch Liner Glove
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Burton Powerstretch Liner Glove - Men's:

The Burton Power Stretch® Liner Glove is the most wind-resistant, breathable, and low-profile insulator your hands will find. Four-way stretch mirrors your every move while the Sticky Icky Grip Palm gives you a firm handle on whatever tools you choose to deploy. Layer the Power Stretch® liner under your gloves mid-winter or rock them solo in the spring. Ideal for shoveling, adjusting your bindings, operating two-way radios, or any situation where fancy finger work is needed in cold conditions.

Warmer Conditions.
Lightweight and low-profile--perfect for spring/summer riding and mellow climates.
Sticky Icky Grip Palm.
OOOOOOO WEEEEEE! With our Sticky Icky Grip Palm, if you grab it, you own it. Guaranteed not to slip, with the Sticky Icky you’ll be able to get a firm handle on whatever tools you choose to deploy.
Pistol Grip Pre-Curved Fit.
Every single glove and mitt we make features our Pistol Grip Pre-Curved Fit. The superior dexterity of this articulated fit means your hands will always be warm and nimble no matter what kind of action you get into.
Additional Features.
4-Way Power Stretch® Fleece Shell.
Unisex Sizing.
Backcountry.com
Slip on the Burton Men’s Power Stretch Liner glove and treat your texters to indispensible warmth and stretchiness that you can wear under your shred glove on freezing days, or on its own on walks through town. Four-way Powerstretch fleece is engineered for flexibility, warmth, and breathability, so you won't be hindered by this lightweight Burton glove whether you're shredding gnarly big lines, or walking around a foreign ski town in search of a six-pack. A Sticky Icky grip palm keeps your hand from slipping around inside a shell glove, and helps you keep a grip on your cold one so you don’t spill adult beverage all over the hot girl at the ice bar.

USOutdoor.com
The Burton Powerstetch Liner glove has a low-profile design so you can layer it under your winter mitts or gloves on those crazy cold days. The Powerstretch are wind-resistant, breathable and have a Sticky Ickey grip palm, so they are functional and perfect for warmer spring days too.
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With the low-profile insulation of the Burton™ Powerstretch® Liner Glove, you'll conquer any sort of weather.
4-Way Malden Powerstretch® Fleece Shell is a low-bulk, super breathable, and quick drying.
Sticky Icky™ Grip palm is guaranteed to not slip.
Ergonomic Pre-Curved Fit will always keep your hands warm and nimble no matter what kind of action you get into.
88% polyester, 12% spandex.
Hand wash cold.
Imported.
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Fit:Ergonomic Pre-Curved Fit
Palm Material:Sticky Icky™ Grip Palm
Shell Material:4-Way Malden Powerstretch® Fleece Shell
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Burton Powerstretch Liner Glove Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I really like these gloves. The grip makes em good for driving, they looks cool for hanging around town, and I use em for my base layer under mitts when I'm snowboarding. I had a pair of these from 3-4 years ago and the cut has definitely changed - shorter cuff and thicker material. I did size up one level for these after reading the reviews on here, and that was the right move for me. I think these are well worth it for the price!

lavalord11 at Backcountry.com on 03/19/2012

I love these.. i use them on the mountain and when around town.. these are a very nice set of gloves, with a good grip.. i wear the s/m under my medium gloves with no problem.. i personally have an approx. span (from base of my palm to the tip of my middle finger) of 7 inches.. they are a tight fit, but that is what i was looking for.. quality product from burton, i would recommend to others..

BeatSkiFree at Backcountry.com on 02/21/2012

I used these every single day all season doing lifty work. the rubber grip did get softer but never pealed off. when i got them they were the softest most comfortable liners out there but after i smelled them up and washed them... not the same. Air dry it and i think it will end up better. Also with time, the sewing came off on the thumbs inner side. (intense shoveling) all around, worth 20 bucks. the end.

Colin Vaughan at Backcountry.com on 09/20/2012

I have used these gloves a few times snowboarding and quite a bit as a glove to wear casually when its colder, the material is very warm and stretches to the perfect fit. The material on the palm and fingers allows you to easily grab tools and gear, while protecting your hands from snow and ice, very sticky and tacky. I would recommend these for anyone looking for a good liner/casual use glove

Robert L at Backcountry.com on 10/24/2013

as a female, i got the size small and they fit wonderfully. got the Mascot color. Love these for taking my dogs out, I can actually grasp a plastic bag without taking my gloves off! Perfect! Have used them as a liner on the hills too, perfect on chillier days (as these are pretty warm on their own). Stylish and vibrant without being blinding, the perfect casual glove.

jul5407195 at Backcountry.com on 02/09/2012

Love these gloves. They fit perfectly. I wear these snowboarding and they are an excellent liner to use. I can grip things very easily and able to hold on to whatever I carry without anything slipping. I'am able to tighten my boots on so that's goes to show how much dexterity I have. Love them.

mstp207322 at Backcountry.com on 01/19/2014

One of the best liners to get. I ride all the time and use these gloves as my everyday gloves these gloves have never ripped on me. They also keep your hands very warm even when its freezing outside! bottom line: Even tho they are a liner they can still be used as normal gloves

Jared Kinsey at Backcountry.com on 02/06/2012

I absolutely loved these gloves for hiking while on the PCT. They're thin enough that I could still use my hands, very comfortable, grip well, and provided warmth without being too hot. I loved throwing these and my beanie hat on for night hiking, and I wouldn't have to put on any warmer clothes.

dfop478919 at Backcountry.com on 08/22/2013

These are great as liners as well as for every day use. They fit well, the construction is solid, and they don't restrict range of motion at all...and sangria is an awesome color. I like these so much that I sent back a couple pair of my other liners because they didn't compare.

Kat Cooper at Backcountry.com on 01/15/2012

Great fit, and the grippy palm is great for when the mitts are off. Personally, I need a thinner liner, these are too thick so it's the same as wearing gloves (my hands get cold because the fingers are too separated) even if I'm wearing these as liners in my mittens.

Annalee Morris at Backcountry.com on 02/26/2013

Negative Reviews:

Have had these liners in the past and loved them.
These L/XL are too small - the others fit perfectly.When I tried them on and flexed my hand the seam on the right ring finger separated.
And I'm paying to return them!
Save your time and money.

terp282281 at Backcountry.com on 12/22/2012

The gloves lasted me one day of light use before the cuff started separating from the upper of the glove and fraying badly. In addition the large seams on the inside of the glove are not very comfortable.
Not recommended.

innp237287 at Backcountry.com on 01/19/2012

As a guy with somewhat smaller hands I though the M/L was a safe bet. They were so small I couldn't even get my hand in them. Guess I'll be paying the 7 bucks to return these...

dan2962228 at Backcountry.com on 02/17/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Surprised no other review mentioned how small these are.I wear size 9 in hestra gloves,ordered these in m/L,can barely get hand in glv.I've come to believe chinese made goods very from batch to batch.

dcsept471308450 at Backcountry.com on 02/17/2012