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Burton Powerstretch Liner Glove


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    4 Reviews


    Let your fingers move while keeping them toasty.

    Layer the Burton Men's Powerstretch Liner Glove under your shell glove for uncompromising dexterity and warmth. The lightweight four-way Powerstretch fabric stretches in four directions, which allows you to complete dexterous tasks like dialing your cell or fixing your bindings with your gloves on. The material also wicks sweat, preventing the cold, clammy feeling. Burton gave the Powerstretch glove a Sticky Icky Grip palm so your iPod doesn't accidentally slip through your fingers, fall 40 feet, and disappear into the powder. It also has touchscreen compatibility to allow you to text your friends back for plans after you shovel the walk.

    • Four-way Powerstretch fabric
    • Ergonomic pre-curved fit
    • ScreenGrab Sticky Icky grip palm
    • Touchscreen compatibility
    • Item #BUR00TA

    Tech Specs

    4-way Powerstretch fleece
    Palm Grip
    Touchscreen Compatible
    Recommended Use
    casual, skiing & snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are the best liners in the game right now. The Powerstretch Liners will keep your hands warm while allowing you to check your Instagram feed on the chairlifts because they work very well with touch screens (Hello, Jerry of the Day instagram fans!)

    My favorite liners.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These Powerstretch Liners are by far the best pair of liners I've owned. I've been buying Burton liners for years now and they just keep getting better! I was surprised at how well the touchscreen compatibility works on them(Most liner's that have the touchscreen finger tips don't work very well in my experience). These liners are fairly thick and warm but maintain good dexterity. I bought a pair of Arc'teryx Phase gloves thinking they'd be an upgrade and ended up being disappointed by how thin the material was. I'd recommend these liners for anyone who wants a reliable liner to be used inside a ski/snowboard glove or on it's own.

    My favorite liners.

    You Can Never Have Too Many Liners..

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I'm a chronically cold person, so getting these was a no-brainer. I use them at the resort under my other gloves, and they are just what I need to keep my hands toasty warm!