How to Survive Skiing in the Cold
How to Survive Skiing in the Cold – Jake founded Burton Snowboards out of a Vermont barn in 1977 and dedicated the rest of his life to snowboarding.
How to Survive Skiing in the Cold – Since founding his eponymous snowboard company in 1977 out of his Vermont barn, Burton (the man and the brand) has been integral to establishing snowboarding’s spot in the pantheon of winter sports, and building up the trappings that surround the lifestyle, from boards, boots, bindings, and outerwear to year-round apparel, packs, and accessories.
How to Survive Skiing in the Cold – Alongside his wife and partner Donna, who now serves as the company’s CEO, Burton has built an empire.
MEN’S BURTON MIDWEIGHT BASE LAYER PANT
All day, any weather.
The most versatile insulating layer with quick-drying warmth and stink-proof function.
All day, any weather. The most versatile insulating layer with quick-drying warmth and stink-proof function.
The men’s Burton Midweight Base Layer Pant is made with the cotton-like comfort of DRYRIDE Ultrawick Midweight fabric that’s scientifically engineered to pull heat-robbing sweat away from your skin and propel it through your outer layers.
Stay dry, warm, and stoked all day, and since it’s mid-weight you get versatile warmth that works all season.
The Mid-weight Base Layer Pant comes stocked with added features including four-way stretch for mobility, Agion® Stink-Proofing, plus the friction-free comfort of chafe-free seams and a plush waistband.
MEN’S BURTON LIGHTWEIGHT X BASE LAYER CREWNECK
More than just a base layer, it’s a four-season shirt with breathability for staying on the move.
Winter layer, for sure. Spring breathability, absolutely. Quick-drying for summer fun, you bet.
The men’s Burton Lightweight X Base Layer Crewneck brings breathability and comfy stretch to adventures big and small.
It’s the base-layer shirt you can wear to hit the hill, go for a hike, or just wear under your hoodie ’cause it feels good.
How to Survive Skiing in the Cold – BUMEN’S BURTON TOUCH N GO GLOVE
Slip it under Burton’s All-Season-rated gloves and mittens for extra warmth, or wear it solo for total touchscreen control at the tip of your fingers.
The men’s Burton Touch N Go Glove’s slim profile makes it perfect for layering under Burton’s All-Season-rated gloves and mitts on the coldest days, or wearing on its own for mild weather riding.
A suede palm delivers serious grip while the DRYRIDE Thermex fleece fabric equals quick-drying, breathable comfort.
However, the best kept secret about this simple liner is the touchscreen-compatible Screen Grab® palm and fingers for texting, ‘gramming, or that on-the-chairlift check of the snow report.
MEN’S BURTON WEEKEND MIDWEIGHT SOCK 2-PACK
Two pairs of socks means twice as much stretchy, breathable, quick-drying comfort and performance.
Few of life’s little delights compare to the feel of a clean pair of socks.
When one day calls for another, double your pleasure with the men’s Burton Weekend Sock 2-Pack and its highly versatile mid-weight warmth.
Two pairs of socks means twice as much stretchy, breathable, quick-drying comfort and performance. Twice as much rider-specific support and cushioning. Twice the chafe-free toe seams and snowboarding-focused abrasion-resistance.
BURTON PREMIUM BALACLAVA
Put warmth and breathability where it counts, so you can brave winter days longer.
Polartec® Power Stretch® fleece is lightweight and durable with fast-drying performance and wind-resistant properties
Chafe-free softlock seams for added comfort
Laser cut air vents
Versatile side hinge
How to Survive Skiing in the Cold
How to Survive Skiing in the Cold – A new technology that enables the boot to snap onto the board similar to a ski binding has the potential to inject fresh life into a sport that has been dealing with slowing growth for the last decade or so.
How to Survive Skiing in the Cold – After more than four years of research and more than a decade of trying to find the answer to a question that has long perplexed snowboarders and manufacturers alike, Burton Snowboards is releasing its new Step-On binding — touting it as a time-saver that won’t negatively impact performance.