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Burton Gloves

So I have a 100 dollar Burton Gift card and the only item I really need for this season is a new pair of gloves. From past experience, I've been pretty rough on the palms of my gloves as I tend to drag them a bit on deep toe side carves (especially on icy days). Any advice on the best Burton glove that has a durable palm? I typically wouldn't buy a Burton glove but I have to use this gift card some way or another.
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over the past couple of years, i had 1 pair of mitts (rarely used) and 2 pairs of burton gloves. the gloves are really warm and keeps the hands dry (even in wet conditions) but they all fall apart after a season. i'm not that hard on the gloves but the quality just isnt there. i would recommend getting their AK gloves if you are going to get a pair from burton. no problems with durability on the palms of the gloves, they just falls apart at the seams.
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AK is the top of the line of burton, and you can't go wrong with any product with that tag on really. I seen all of them and they are all made with the highest quality, definetly a good buy if you got the budget.

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So I have a 100 dollar Burton Gift card and the only item I really need for this season is a new pair of gloves. From past experience, I've been pretty rough on the palms of my gloves as I tend to drag them a bit on deep toe side carves (especially on icy days). Any advice on the best Burton glove that has a durable palm? I typically wouldn't buy a Burton glove but I have to use this gift card some way or another.
For your symptoms of wear, their Pipe Glove would be cool. You will consume gloves more than other people though. I use the Yeti and love it.
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