Burton Spectre Gloves

Priced: $35.96 - $44.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 13 reviews.
Burton Spectre Gloves
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Color: Blotto Bridging The Gap
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There’s nothing wrong with using the Burton Men’s Spectre Glove to take out the trash on a chilly morning, practice curling, or get after a little speed-walking. Well, speed-walking isn’t very cool, but most other chilly-weather activities are OK to do in the Spectre glove. Ideally, though, you should be throwing a big, nasty, corked-out seven and cranking a grab hard enough to flex your board…


  • DryRide Ultrashell material is stretchy and breathable for comfort


  • Pistol-grip pre-curved fingers for natural fit


  • Toughgrip palm is waterproof, breathable, grabby, and durable
The Burton Spectre Gloves has an amazing grip, a lightweight design and waterproof protection to keep your hands comfortable and functional on warmer days. The Spectra Gloves are made from a water-resistant DRYRIDE Ultrashell material to keep you dry and a synthetic suede palm with sticky icky grip material that is guaranteed not to slip. Burton's ergonomic pre-curved fit gives you superior dexterity.
Attention: Burton Snowboards & Gear can be shipped only within the United States and Canada.

A boring, black glove again? Definitely not. Gear up with a bit of pop at the fingertips with the Spectre Glove from Burton™.
Lightweight and low profile, the Spectre Glove is ideal for spring and summer riding or mellow, warmer climates.
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.
Lightweight, waterproof, and breathable, ToughGrip-X™ Palm excels in all conditions and performs even when wet.
DRYRIDE Ultrashell™ water-resistant stretch fabric.
Brushed microfiber fixed lining.
Hand wash, line dry.
There’s like a gajillion comic book heroes and villains, right? Well, one of them is the Spectre Glove from Burton, a ghost-like character running around half-naked wearing little more than tights, a hooded cape and gloves. Meanwhile, back in the real world, true superheroes like DRYRIDE Ultrashell™, synthetic suede palms, and the brushed microfiber lining are fighting abrasion, sweat, and storms to help superheroes like you save snowboarding one trick at a time.

The Burton Spectre Gloves offer a guaranteed not to slip grip and lightweight warmth for warmer days. Built around the demands of high-energy riding, DRYRIDE Ultrashell fabrics are both bomber and breathable to keep hands dry and protected. With a great feel for aggressive riding and jumping, there's no reason why you can't land that double cork now.
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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
Liner Material:Brushed Microfiber Fixed Lining
Palm:79% PVC, 21% polyester.
Palm Material:Synthetic Suede Palm with Sticky Icky™ Grip
Removable Liner:No
Shell:69% polyester, 16% spandex, 15% neoprene.
Shell Material:DRYRIDE Ultrashell™ Water-Resistant Stretch Fabric
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Burton Spectre Gloves Reviews:


These gloves work very well for spring boarding. My local hill is Mt. High in Wrightwood, Cali. On the few rare occasions that the temp. has dropped into the 30's my hands have been kept warm. However, once these gloves get wet, it is game over in lower temps. Warm fleshy digits turn to icicles. The white design of the gloves also started to wear fairly quickly on the palms even before I started boning out grabs. I have put in 23 days and counting and these gloves have held up very well other than the white rubber coming off the palms. I have yet to put any holes in them. Overall they are pretty decent and fairly affordable.

Jason Edeburn at Backcountry.com on 02/03/2012

These are some good quality gloves i'm not going to lie, mostly waterproof, very comfortable and a padded grippy palm. now this is what i didn't like, they're not 100% waterproof, they are very thin, so they provide no protection versus the cold, especially once they start getting damp. surprisingly they do dry quick. they're not perfect but i like them.

Emil at Backcountry.com on 03/08/2011
The styling of these gloves is one of a kind and seem to be a real conversation starter. People seem to either love them or hate them. I personally love them. They are not only stylish but also very warm and have good waterproofing. My only complaint is that the material seems to fray around the seams.
Grant K - customer at Zappos.com on 07/19/2013

these gloves are just sick. there really comfy on the inside and they are actually really warm. i recomend these to anyone who rides park and street i dont really think they would be the best for back country. but overall unreal!

theo vanroestel at Backcountry.com on 11/22/2011

The Spectre lets you bring out your inner fashion without dressing crazy. The color blocks are sick. And the no slip grip will let you show off on every level. Best in warmer days.

Four Horsemen at Backcountry.com on 10/05/2012

Cool design and easy to wear. Not cumbersome. Keeps your hands warm and dry. Not for the extreme cold.

Robsremodeling at Backcountry.com on 12/29/2011
Really solid glove. Fleece inside. Water-resistant outside. Palms are very grippy! Killer design. Salvia is crazy!
Duke S - customer at Zappos.com on 03/15/2013