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Burton Touch N Go Glove Liner

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Touch N Go Glove Liner

Wear the Burton Touch N Go Glove Liner under your regular snowboard glove when it's downright frigid at the mountain, or just when you need to keep your fingers from freezing while you're shoveling the driveway. Either way, it's equipped with breathable, quick-drying Dryride Thermex fabric and a brushed-microfiber fleece lining to keep your hands warm and dry, and a Screen Grab suede palm so you can use your touchscreen device without exposing your fingers to the cold.

  • Dryride Thermex bonded fleece fabric
  • Screen Grab suede palm
  • Brushed microfiber fleece lining
  • Ergonomic pre-curved fit
  • Item #BUR00EP

Material
Dryride Thermex
Style
glove liner
Closure
stretch cuff
Touchscreen Compatible
yes, Screen Grab
Recommended Use
snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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>Rating: 4

Run big

Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
Fit:
Runs large
Size Bought
Small

I'm usually a Small in gloves/mittens, but these run big. I ended up giving them to my sister because they're too big for me. I wish they came in XS. They 're soft on the inside and seem like they'd be a great liner glove.

>Rating: 4

Great as a Liner or Glove!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

The Burton liner works well on super cold days if you don't have a solid pair of Gore-Tex gloves and as an actual glove on warmer days . They dry out fairly fast if they get wet!

>Rating: 4

Good stand alone liner for warmer temps

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

These are great skinning and spring skiing/riding and gloves for moderately cool touring to warmer resort skiing temps. Fit is on point. The suede palms gives good dexterity and the fleece backer on the hand gives you warmth where you need it. If you have a lot of extra room in an outer glove, they could be used for layering, but they don't fit well under my warmer gloves. The dot's in the palm provide good grip, but the dots in the highest wear areas of the palm have already fallen off after a few uses. However, this hasn't impacted the function of the gloves.

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why would i get these over the screen grab gloves?