Burton Men's Touch N' Go Liner Gloves
An ideal liner glove for cold days, or worn alone on warm spring days spent shredding, the Men's Touch N' Go Liner Gloves are super soft. The Screen Grab™ palm and pre-curved fit allow this liner glove to slide easily under a heavier glove for more protection. Be ready for anything and stay focused on your ride with the Burton® Men's Touch N' Go Liner Gloves.
- Screen Grab™ suede palm
- Brushed Microfiber fixed lining
- Ergonomic pre-curved fit
- Fabric: DRYRIDE Thermex™ Bonded fleece fabric
- Style: 10323101
Country of Origin: VietnamWeb ID: 32845146
Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by mcampbe3 Nice and Warm I bought these gloves to wear in the winter, we've only had a few days of winter weather so far but they held up to the task of keeping my hands warm on those days. They look nice, work with my phone and are warm. Two thumbs up from me! December 23, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by blixx Touch N' Go Liner Gloves I got these glove liners for use with fingerless mitten gloves. In cold weather, when I uncover my fingers they feel extra cold because of the partial protection. I wanted something there, not too bulky to ruin dexterity and the ability to still operate touch screen devices. I have large hands and long fingers like one and a half octave range. The size Large actually fit on my fingers down to the webs. These fit the bill. I first considered The North Face Men's Canyonwall Etip Gloves but they have some kind of fur covering the finger pads where I wanted more grip. These where good, what would make them excellent would be a longer cuff, such that they do not get lost inside the cuff already on the mittens that they fit inside of. Cheers! March 11, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tracinator Excellent liner glove These are thicker than normal liner gloves, which is nice because they do provide warmth and block wind. The temps here have been 10-15 degrees and the gloves are perfect for wear from the house to the car until it warms up. Although, I admit that I typically have warm hands and prefer thin gloves. They also seem to be good quality. February 19, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by kim15 Burton gloves not worth the $$$ Did not like these gloves at all. Added no warmth (granted they are a liner), but not worth the money. February 10, 2015
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