Works as advertised, but not for long
in Philadelphia, PA
Posted on 1/19/2014
Burton Touch N Go Liner Gloves - duck camo
These gloves are great when you first pull them out of the packaging. They look and feel great, run a tiny bit small for the sizing info, and definitely work well on a touchscreen.
The problem is that the construction, while seeming quite durable at first inspection, is just not. The fabric of the outside of the liner is gathering pills and pulls and the fabric is fraying after just two or three days of use. The inside lining of one of the thumbs has torn, which compromises warmth waterproofing, and just overall makes the glove less comfortable.
Overall, I would say that this meets the expectation set by the other burton liners I've had. Burton makes decent outerwear, but in general, their glove liners are short-lived.