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Burton GORE-TEX Mitten - Women's

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Gore-Tex Mitten

Your hands will thank you in downright frigid, soaking-wet conditions when you're riding with the Burton Women's Gore-Tex Mitten. Guaranteed waterproof and breathable, the Gore-Tex membrane keeps your hands blissfully dry in the wettest snow and deepest powder, and Thermacore insulation adds warmth without a ton of bulk.

Burton gave the Gore-Tex Mitten a removable microfleece liner, which is comprised of 4-way stretch fleece for maximum comfort. Wear the liner by itself when you're shoveling the driveway or lapping the park on sunny days. Pair it with the outer mitten shell for maximum warmth in shivering-cold weather, or leave it in the car when it's warmer. Another useful feature is the zippered pocket, which provides a handy spot for tossing a handwarmer or dumping excess heat on warmer days.

  • Toasty mittens for snowboarding in extreme conditions
  • Gore-Tex membrane provides premium waterproofing
  • Thermacore insulation keeps warmth from escaping
  • Removable fleece liner adds convenience on the lift
  • Zippered hand-warmer pocket doubles as a vent
  • Gauntlet-style cuff with drawstring cinch keeps out snow
  • Cozy fleece lining inside mitten delivers a soft touch
  • Item #BUR02P5

Responsible Collection
Certified B-Corp
Dryride (2-layer)
GORE-TEX Warm insert
Removable Liner
buckle wrist, cinch cuff
Palm Grip
Touchscreen Compatible
Screen Grab
Hand-warmer Compatible
hidden pocket
Recommended Use
all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 2

Not great for dog walking below 30F

I've used it several times
True to size

These are cute mittens, loved the idea of them being wind/water resistant. Unfortunately, even with the inside liner gloves, my fingers get really, really cold while out on dog walks when the temps get below about 30F. They would probably work much better for someone doing active winter sports where you work up some body heat. You know, like snowboarding (which was clearly stated in the description yet I chose to ignore that bit of information).

>Rating: 5

Keeps warm

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Great mittens, helped keep my hands warm. Not too bulky but still thick.