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Burton Gondy Gore-Tex Leather Gloves

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Burton Gondy Gore-Tex Leather Gloves - true black - view large
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Features
The Burton Gondy Gore-Tex leather gloves are a favorite among mountain rippers like Shaun White for good reason. These gloves combine the waterproof breathability of GORE-TEX and the toastiness of GORE Warm technology for a durable and practically impenetrable glove.

Warmth without limiting your dexterity will come in handy when you want to check email with the touch screen compatible thumb and index finger.
Material:
Leather / GORE-TEX
About GORE-TEX:
GORE Warm
Insulation:
Thermacore
Palm:
Leather
Insert:
GORE-TEX
Cuff Closure:
Velcro Strap
Cuff Style:
Under Cuff
Removable Liner:
No
Details:
  • Ergonomic Pre-Curved Fit
  • Gnar Guard Leather
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    Completely Waterproof, Not Very Warm
    by altaltpow in Eugene, OR (Tactics Employee)
    Posted on 5/2/2012
    Burton Gondy Gore-Tex Leather Gloves (Closeout) - true black
    These gloves are certainly waterproof and windproof, they were able to handle the PNW conditions and my hands never did get wet even with the absurdly heavy wet flakes we tend to get. They seem durable so far, and they feel great, the leather seems to be of pretty high quality. They also come with some waterproof leather conditioner which you can either use straight away or as I've decided; to rejuvenate a season or two from now. Wearing them as is, off the shelf they performed great as far as water and windproofing goes so the nixwax didn't seem necessary.

    The only negative I found is even in the fairly mild conditions here, they didn't keep my hands warm. Your experience might be different, I have below average circulation and on one of the days I needed liners, it was probably around 20F that day. They fit very snugly so luckily the incredibly thin liners I had did the trick and my hands were great after that.

    If you're worried you have poor circulation and you'll need thick liners you might want to size up one, or if you're on the fence between say a medium and a large definitely go for the large, these were probably the tightest fitting mediums I've ever worn.
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