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Product description

Nearing the outer reaches of the Glove-O-Sphere, the bestselling Burton Approach Glove combines technical weatherproofing with midweight warmth that works all season. A team favorite for its highly versatile 2-in-1 design, it combines an extra-rugged DRYRIDE Ultra shell 2L fabric with the quick-drying warmth of a removable fleece liner. Rock the shell and liner when it's freezing, just the liner when hiking or shoveling, and just the shell for sunny spring days. Grabs, hand plants, and binding buckles got nothing on our bomber Tough grip Palm that's enhanced with Screen Grab for easy surfing of any touchscreen device.


From the manufacturer

Waterproof ✓ Dryride ultrashell 2-layer fabric Dryride Ultrashell fabrics are both bomber and breathable to keep hands dry and protected.
Warm ✓ 220G Removable fleece liner Quick-drying, soft, and technical, our variety of fleece linings combine warmth and the ability to keep you dry in a low-bulk package.
Touch Screen Compatible ✓ Screen grab toughgrip palm for total touchscreen control This Burton-exclusive creates gloves and mitts with touchscreen-compatible tech built right in, meaning it will never fray, wear out, or wash off. Any device, any finger—get total touchscreen control without ever exposing your fingers to the cold.

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