Burton Pinnacle Gloves

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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With the waterproof Burton Pinnacle gloves you can send text messages on your smartphone and cruise the ski slopes in comfort. But remember, be safe and keep your texting to the chairlift. Waterproof, highly breathable Gore-Tex(R) XCR(R) inserts keep your hands dependably dry and comfortable. 2-layer DRYRIDE Durashell(TM) fabric reinforces glove exteriors for powerful protection from the elements. Thermacore(TM) synthetic insulation offers excellent warmth for protection from cold temps while you're cruising the slopes. TouchTec(R) leather on the palms and fingers lets you operate your touch-screen cell phone without taking the gloves off. Because there is leather on all fingers, you're not limited to the part of the hand or the finger you need to use to navigate; leather is wind and water resistant. Removable stretchy liner gloves are nice when you need to operate zippers or fiddle with bindings but don't want to use your bare hands. Zippered pockets on the backs of the hands are sized to fit hand warmer packets; gloves include a free pair of Little Hotties hand warmers. Burton Pinnacle gloves have a pre-curved fit for great dexterity.


Whether it's 40deg or -40deg, get three options in one glove with the Burton Pinnacle Gloves for Men. GORE-TEX(R) with XCR Technology provides the shelter and the Primaloft(R) insulation provides the warmth for any storm or mountain environment.

- Altrec Outdoors

Burton Pinnacle Gloves


The Burton Pinnacle Gloves is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 12, 2013 at REI.

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