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08-29-2014 07:55 PM
LA Forever I have these Burton Gore-Tex gloves. I love them. Warm and toasty.

Burton Gore-Tex Glove - Men's | Dogfunk.com

08-29-2014 06:58 PM
CocoHot I see. I guess a Gor-tex gloves will be my choice right now. Thanks guys.
08-29-2014 06:19 PM
MeanJoe
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For people that use Burton gortex gloves, will the fingertip get cold easily? I normally go to Tahoe to snowboard will mitt be too warm for it?
I use a lighter glove for everything above 25-28F. My Burton gore-tex gloves for colder days. And if it is really cold (single digits or below) then I'll switch over to my Burton mitts.
08-29-2014 02:42 PM
aiidoneus
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For people that use Burton gortex gloves, will the fingertip get cold easily? I normally go to Tahoe to snowboard will mitt be too warm for it?
What kind of temps do you ride in? I use mine for around -5C to -15C, which is around 14F. Usually around -20C I switch to my mitts.
08-29-2014 02:15 PM
CocoHot For people that use Burton gortex gloves, will the fingertip get cold easily? I normally go to Tahoe to snowboard will mitt be too warm for it?
08-29-2014 08:31 AM
aiidoneus For really cold weather, I use the Burton AK Oven Mitt. Otherwise I use the Burton Goretex glove. It comes with a removable inside glove, which is nice if it is getting cold and you don't have a pack to carry your spare mitt.

I do find their gloves wear out quickly, I get about a season and a half out of a the goretex one. With that said, a season for me is about 100 days.

Last season I tried the Burton AK Guide Glove, so far I am not happy with it. It is not warm at all and it freezes easily in wet snow conditions.

Gloves/Mitts at least for me is something I like to have a lot choices.
08-29-2014 06:17 AM
ekb18c Mittens are so much warmer!!
08-29-2014 02:17 AM
Rotcoddam411
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Why mitten > gloves?
imo they are always a lot more comfy and warm, prevents that aweful freezing of the fingertips and looks pretty dope
08-29-2014 02:14 AM
CocoHot Why mitten > gloves?
08-28-2014 11:50 PM
Lamps Burton makes lots of good goretex gloves.

I prefer the AK hover mitt, but see the range:

Men's Snowboard Gloves & Mitts | Burton Snowboards
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