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Burton Touchscreen Glove Liner

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    17 Reviews


    It's science.

    Change the tunes on your smartphone without exposing your fingers to the cold with the Burton Touchscreen Glove Liner. The Dryride Ultrawick Silkweight fabric is super light and breathable so your hand stays comfy and dry inside your snowboard glove, and it's equipped with Screen Grab technology so you can use your touchscreen device without freezing your fingers off.

    • Dryride Ultrawick Silkweight fabric
    • Screen Grab enabled
    • Ergonomic pre-curved fit
    • Item #BUR00ES

    Tech Specs

    Dryride Ultrawick Silkweight
    Touchscreen Compatible
    yes, Screen Grab
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Work great.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These gloves do exactly what they are intended for. Being able to use your touch screen devices is really convenient. The do fit a little large though so beware. I wouldn't want much more room in between the liners and my mittens. Would buy another pair since they are better than the Dakine and Smartwools.

    Quality feel and materials

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These liners are nice and feel well made. The materials is smooth and soft to the touch. They do run a little big - I'm female, so maybe order down. The touch screen part is not working for my phone - and I have a newer phone. This may also have to do with the face they are a little large on me, and not getting enough contact? Overall though I will use these as they are nice liners.

    Runs large, very thin, not warm

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

    I didn't realize these weren't unisex, they are definitely mens so the small was swimming on me. Also very thin and I can't see it providing any warmth at all. Nice color though, true to picture of balsam heather

    Great Simple Liner

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I got these gloves for mild weather touring days. They are breathable and work as well has my bare finger on my iPhone screen. They work great for the purpose of mild weather days when you want to take a lot of pictures on the skin track and never have to worry about taking your glove off.

    Good for mild temperatures

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These gloves are good for mild cold temperatures, if you are not planning to get to glacier climbs you will be fine and these gloves are very confortable. I climbed Pico de Orizaba in Mexico and at the top the gloves were too thin (of course with other sturdy gloves) , BUT if you use them for not cold temperatures, not to extreme, these gloves are awesome. For snowboarding these gloves are great.

    great liners

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Super easy to use your phone on the lift or while waiting in line at the resorts. They add some good warmth to my mittens as well. They fit nice and tight so they go into gloves really well. I wouldnt use them is super cold temps, but for a nice day of riding or skiing or walking around town they are perfect.

    Very conductive indeed

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

    These gloves are probably the most touch screen compatible gloves I have ever used. However, they must accomplish this by being made entirely out of conductive thread. I tend to like thin liners so I can maintain dexterity, but these offered almost no warmth. In fact, my hands felt colder when I put them on (I'm only sort of kidding about them being made entirely of conductive thread). They didn't seem to offer any insulation, or water or wind resistance. I wore them for a few days of ice climbing under a pair of Burton shell gloves. It ranged from low teens to above 40 F that weekend, and whenever I pulled the shells off to untie a stubborn knot or adjust something, I regretted purchasing these. I wound up returning these and exchanging them for a pair of OR PL Base Sensor gloves. I've not had a chance to use those properly, but they seem much more substantial while still being thin and genuinely touchscreen compatible.

    Great Liner

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I find these very useful when using mittens. They are great since you can use your touchscreen with them on. Makes snowy days better since you don't need your bare hands out of your gloves. Very comfortable fit.

    Touchscreen doesn't work

      The touchscreen is not responsive at all with the glove. I need to press very hard on my iphone for it to even possibly work. Most of the time it doesn't work at all. The liners are very thin.

      Okay, not great

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

      I got a couple of these on a lark because I was looking for liners. I'm not a big Burton fan, but I thought I would give these a try.

      These are superlight, and they pack super compact, so they are easy to take with you anywhere. I didn't find them all that warm, and I didn't find their touchscreen compatibility that great.

      The material of these liners makes them a bit slick for driving with. I also do not believe these will hold up to much wear, even just from walking around in them.

      Decent for the price

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      As many have said, they are thin. I have a good glove that keep my hands plenty warm, I was only looking for a liner that would keep my hands from getting cold when I needed to check my phone or snap a pic, but not be thick enough that they come off when I pull off my gloves. So they work for me.

      Don't get unless you have sweaty hands

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

      I actually ordered this by accident (meant to order the heavier Burton Screen Grab glove), but figured I'd try them on before exchanging them.

      These gloves are SUPER thin; I can see my skin under the gloves if I stretch them out. Definitely can't see them providing any warmth or protection on or off the mountain. The only potential use these have is wearing them under a shell on a warmer day to wick the sweat from your hands. So if you're someone who tends to have sweaty palms, these might be for you.

      Not great

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

      Fits like a glove, literally! The fit of this glove is really good.

      However, the material is far too thin and feels like it would break / rip very easily. If you're looking for something that offers at least a little warmth, this is not the glove for you.

      In terms of responsiveness, I tried the gloves on the the iPhone 5 and iPhone 6 and it was disappointing. It worked but was not as responsive as some of the other touchscreen gloves I've tried. It took pressing my whole finger down onto the screen (as opposed to only using the tip of my finger).

      Nicer than I expected

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

      These were just delivered today and when I put them on for the first time I was impressed. They are a thin material but very soft to the touch and the fit is perfect for my long fingers. I used the measurement chart and had my doubts. All my other gloves are either Large or X-Large. These are the Med-Large. I was also worried that the seam below the wrist would be too high but again, they first great. I haven't worn them under my ski mittens yet but I'm sure they'll be fine keeping my hands covered from the cold when I need to take my mittens off. And I did try them on my iPhone screen, they do okay but you can't use the tip of your finger, you have to use more of the pad to get it acknowledge the touch. My phone has a screen protector so that may be influencing the lack of sensitivity. I'll only use them to make and answer calls anyway since I'll be wearing them skiing. I'd give them five stars if they worked on the touchscreen better.