Burton Men’s Gore-Tex Glove & Removable Touchscreen Liner Ski Gloves

Last updated: July 1, 2020


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Product Details

In our analysis of 73 expert reviews, the Burton Men's Gore-Tex Glove & Removable Touchscreen Liner Ski Gloves placed 18th when we looked at the top 18 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The life of a glove is not easy. More than any other part of your riding kit, gloves have the most contact with the elements. With that in mind, pros choose the bestselling Burton GORE-TEX Glove + Gore warm technology. DRYRIDE 2L fabric, and a GUARANTEED TO KEEP YOU DRY GORE-TEX membrane protect this Thermacore insulated glove from downright rugged winter conditions. Screen Grab synthetic leather gives you stealth touchscreen control with any finger. A removable four-way stretch fleece liner dries quickly and gives you options for any weather. Wear just the liner when shoveling, just the shell in sloppy spring conditions, or combine the two for total midwinter warmth and comfort.

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

At $70, this glove is a great deal for the performance it provides. We think this is one of the better models for several reasons: it offers solid warmth, dexterity, weather resistance, and comes with a pair of liner gloves.
This glove does just about everything you need to stay comfortable: it’s reasonably warm, has a tough build, and a strap along the back of the hand for adjusting the fit. Burton also includes thin liners that are removable and can function independently as a shoulder-season hiking or running glove.
I love that they included a removable liner in these gloves. It allows you to pull out the inner insulation and let it air dry. If you use your smartphone, you will appreciate the touchscreen sensitive fingers. Their handwarmer pocket and thick insulation may make them the warmest snowboarding gloves.

What reviewers didn't like

So-so weather resistance, decent dexterity, below average durability.
For one, many of the options above are warmer and the Burton Gore-Tex can’t compete in freedom of movement. The liner glove doesn’t fit as nicely into the shell. Finally, the gauntlet closure is prone to loosening and the palm material feels cheap and doesn't grip as well as leather.
Overall, I wish these gloves had a longer cuff.
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