Burton Vent Glove

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Add heaters or open the vents. Comfort control meets all-season waterproof performance.
It's really hard to maintain the perfect hand temperature when shredding. One day its -50degrees, the next you're sporting a t-shirt. The Burton Youth Vent Glove aggressively tackles rollercoaster weather with a simple ventilating pocket that also accommodates a disposable hand warmer. When it's warm, open the vent. When it's cold; stuff a heater inside. For all the other conditions you'll encounter, this glove delivers. Kid-tough DRYRIDE Ultrashell 2L fabric combines with our waterproof DRYRIDE Insane Membrane, along with a midweight level of Thermacore insulation for warmth and weatherproofing that endures all season.


  • Thermacore insulation keeps fingers warm


  • Unisex Sizing


  • Heater/Vent Pocket with FREE Pair of Little Hotties® Hand Warmers
  • Heater pocket lets you add a handwarmer packet


  • Pre-curved ergonomic fit for dexterity

Lining and Layers:

  • Brushed microfiber lining feels soft against skin


  • DRYRIDE Durashell 2-layer fabric


  • Insane™ 2.0 waterproof / breathable membrane keeps hands dry

Traction and Grip:

  • Toughgrip PU palm for solid grip
Whether your kid’s hands overheat or get cold easily, the Burton Kids’ Vent Glove keeps small fingers comfortable on the hill. Thermacore insulation keeps them warm, while a heater-vent pocket adds extra warmth, or ventilates your grom’s paws. Burton DRYRIDE Ultrashell coated fabric and a DRYRIDE Insane Membrane ensure water-resistance, and a brushed microfiber lining helps wick moisture so your kid's hands don’t get sweaty and cold. A Toughgrip palm helps him stick that grab, and a cinch-down gauntlet keep snow out when he or she takes a digger in some pow.

Sometimes you just don't know what kind of conditions you're going to encounter when heading up to the mountains. Luckily, the Burton Vent Gloves are prepared to handle any and all. With a hybrid heater/vent pocket, you can stay cool on warmer days by opening the vent or warm up with hand warmers by inserting them into the pocket. On top of that nifty little feature, the Vent Glove is constructed from DRYRIDE Ultrashell™ and waterproof DRYRIDE Insane Membrane 2.0™ that'll keep your hands dry no matter what. Sweet deal.


The Burton Youth Vent Glove keeps fingers warm and dry out in the snow. This glove has an ergonomic fit which provides better dexterity. That means it's easier to make snowballs, adjust snowboard gear, or grab a snack on the lift. The fabric is durable and waterproof so you can be sure your child's hands will stay dry. Insulation and a handwarmer pocket provide the warmth little riders need.

The Burton Youth Vent Glove is chalked full of technical features that keep the little groms hands warm and dry. The combination of a Dryride Ultrashell outer shell fabric with a waterproof Dryride Durashell membrane insert and Thermacore insulation take care of the elements all winter long.
Attention: Burton Snowboards & Gear can be shipped only within the United States and Canada.
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Insert:Waterproof DRYRIDE Insane Membrane™ 2.0
Insulation Material:Thermacore™ Insulation
Liner Material:Brushed Microfiber Fixed Lining
Palm Material:Toughgrip™ PU Palm
Shell Material:DRYRIDE Ultrashell™ 2-Layer Fabric
Waterproof Technology:Dryride
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Burton Vent Glove Review:


Near impossible for kids to get fingers in without help. Don't waste your money.

allp123477 at Backcountry.com on 03/18/2013