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Live2ridE 11-09-2009 02:49 PM

Burton gloves anyone have these?
 
https://www.exitrealworld.com/Brand/...der-Glove-2010

Thinking these will be good for winter riding also come with removeablr liners..and of course
Gortex makes them superb!

Just wondering if anyone has these and there thoughts. i have had Dakine,Rome,Grenade and Burtons. Onlt ones that last a full season with out tears or wearing down have been Burton so im going back.

Rocketbass88 11-09-2009 03:27 PM

Swany X-Change II Gloves - Men's at REI.com

Best gloves I've ever owned. I actually lost one somehow last year so I'm back to my old Dakines, but these Swanys were the greatest thing to ever happen to my hands, haha.

Ruskiski 11-09-2009 07:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Live2ridE (Post 202396)
https://www.exitrealworld.com/Brand/...der-Glove-2010

Thinking these will be good for winter riding also come with removeablr liners..and of course
Gortex makes them superb!

Those gloves are awesome, very warm, have a vent to let off the heat, and offer great waterproofing, what more can you ask for from a glove?

Glade Ripper 11-09-2009 08:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rocketbass88 (Post 202424)
Swany X-Change II Gloves - Men's at REI.com

Best gloves I've ever owned. I actually lost one somehow last year so I'm back to my old Dakines, but these Swanys were the greatest thing to ever happen to my hands, haha.

I second that. Every time someone say, "how about these gloves" I always counter with Swany X-Change II. I have the gloves and have never had any issues with them. Actually bought them in mittens this year for those super cold days. My girlfriend rocks the womens and loves them as well.

As far as burton gloves go, the one pair I had fell apart quickly. From grabs and dragging my hands the fingers quickly got cut up and had holes in them. The Swany's show no signs of wear and I have abused the hell out of them

AWNOW 11-09-2009 08:34 PM

Save your money/time dealing with warranty and skip the Burton outerwear.

Ruskiski 11-10-2009 02:28 AM

Speaking of saving money:

Burton Gore Tex Under Womens - Snowboard Ski Gloves Reviews & Sale | SierraSnowboard.com

I know it says womens, but who would know? and for $20, I just grabbed a pair in XL.

arsenic0 11-10-2009 03:21 AM

I got a pair of these for 25 bucks off Sierra at the end of last season...havent tested them yet but they are comfortable..seasons starting up now so should be able to tell..

sumo28 11-10-2009 03:36 AM

Yeah I got the 2009 off sierra as well and i loved them. To be honest though 90% of the time I only ride with the liners. I only use the outer glove when it is a super cold/windy day, or i'll wear them on the lift and put them in my backpack while i'm riding. I also got the under mittens at the end of last season before a trip to utah and they are very warm! Also I have another pair of liners to wear haha. The liners are hot. The one from the under gloves was black with hot pink accents. For like 20-30 bucks you can't go wrong.

oh actually i will say that the liners + glove feel kind of bulky. Like it's hard to get your hand into the glove when you have the liners on, especially when you are already outside. I always rode with either the liners separately or either the gloves separately. It's a different story with the mittens - plenty of room in there without fingers.

snoeboarder 11-10-2009 08:18 AM

i have the same glove, but the over-glove, under the vent zip is green, they got moist inside without the liners in, the liners have seams like no other, yes they are goretex, but they feel like a glove full of snakes, the palm material is better than ones with the leather'ish material, these are burtons $75's, they start at $50 for entry level gloves, i got mine on sale for $25 back in april, happy riding

Live2ridE 11-10-2009 01:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AWNOW (Post 202636)
Save your money/time dealing with warranty and skip the Burton outerwear.

Your wrong here buddy...I have rocked my burton jacket & pants 4 straight years and are still like new. Dunno know what your talking about. maybe you got a lemon.


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