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Thanks to the Burton Impact Glove, you no longer have to choose between wrist protection and protection from the elements. Burton consulted orthopedic surgeons while designing the low-profile internal braces to ensure they provide support without increasing the risk of forearm injury.

  • Doctor-approved low-pro internal support system helps prevent wrist sprains and breaks—by far the most common snowboard-related injuries
  • DRYRIDE Insane Membrane 2.0 waterproof/breathable insert keeps your hands dry and sweat-free
  • Thinsulate insulation and brushed microfiber lining deliver all-season warmth
  • Toughgrip synthetic leather palm resists damage from board edges, tree limbs, and vicious open-handed slaps to your stupid friends
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Solid, simple and easy to use

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I have about 60 days on my Burton Impact gloves these gloves do the job in the park/pipe and big air! I highly recommend them. They can soak through on wet days but i run hot on the hill and I am on the PNW so the temps dont get too cool. Now where do I get a replacement pair? They appear to be sold out and possibly discontinued? If thats the case i may have to try the level pipe gloves.

Keeps those wrists intact

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Great pair of gloves for keeping your wrists supported and protection of the back of your hands. Does okay with colder temps, but I wear the burton liners all the time. Durability may be the only concern for me. Currently in the process of exchanging them for new pair via due to seam tears in the fingers with just over one season of use. Gonna stick with them since I like having the extra support in the wrists and hands during those once in awhile falls. I feel though that these are a great pair of gloves for boarders, especially when just learning and injuries can be more frequent.

Burton Impact glove

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Spectacularly successful in avoiding injury. I ski with them as well as they are comfortable and practical. A must have for boarding, right up there with a helmet.

Not very durable

    I got these because I was really excited about having the built in wrist supports, and they work nicely for the most part. After a while they begin to hurt (especially when you're going down a lot) and I find myself loosening them half way through the day.

    The wrist supports make it a little more difficult to take these gloves off and put them on. This caused my gloves to tear on the inside from my hands pulling on the fabric. They still work fine, but it seems like Burton makes these with the intention of being replaced.

    Lesson Learned

      Bought these my first year. All but one of the finger gaps opened up. They now are the gloves I let a friend borrow who didn't bring any. I got mine on sale but please please think twice. They look and feel cool and have good grip but quality wise... Might as well wrap a used t-shirt around your hand or go bare hand.

      Are these discontinued?

      Hi, does anyone know where I can get...

      Hi, does anyone know where I can get replacements for the inner support for these gloves? My kids have managed to break them and I'd rather replace the supports than buy new gloves, if I can. I've called Burton directly, they don't sell replacements. Thanks!!