When temps drop to snot freezing levels and you still want to ride, you're gonna need a really warm glove. Look no further than the Burton Baker 2-in-1 Gloves. Half liner, half shell, 100% warm, the Baker will keep your hands cozy and dry in the crappiest of conditions.
DRYRIDE Ultrashell™ 2L Fabric DRYRIDE Ultrashell™ fabrics are water resistant and breathable to keep hands dry and protected
DRYRIDE Insane Membrane™ 2.0 This extra-thin, super waterproof membrane protects hands from wind and water while wicking away heat-robbing sweat. 2.0 offers a higher level of quick-wicking, waterproof performance.
Thermacore™ Insulation Thermacore™ is a synthetic low-bulk insulation material that is easy to maintain has waterproofing abilities and is breathable
Removable DRYRIDE Ultrawick™ Stretch Jersey Liner Highly breathable and fast-wicking, DRYRIDE Ultrawick™ fabrics feature microscopic fibers that pull heat-robbing moisture away from your skin before they crash your party. Stretch properties enhance mobility.
Fixed Fleece Lining Quick-drying, soft, and technical, Burton's fleece lining combines warmth and the ability to keep you dry in a low-bulk package.
Screen Grab Toughgrip™ This Burton-exclusive PU synthetic leather has the tech built right in, meaning it will never fray, wear out or wash off. Any device, any finger - you get total touchscreen control without ever exposing your fingers to the cold.
Ergonomic Pre-Curved Fit The superior dexterity of this articulated fit means your hands will always be warm and nimble, no matter what kind of action you get into.
Heater/vent pocket with free pair of Little Hotties® hand warmers
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Comments about Burton Baker 2-in-1 Gloves:
These gloves are great for cold weather, they will keep you warm and dry for the most part. In my opinion the best thing about the gloves is the touch screen material they used. It works really well, the only problem I had with it was that to text or use the phone you have to "practice" (for lack of a better term) how to accurately touch the screen being that the finger tips are relatively flat which makes hitting the wrong key easy. This really is not an issue though you can easily get used to it after a short time wearing the gloves.