Burton Kilroy Pow

The new Kilroy Pow is based on the Stun Gun shape, but has a few features changes to keep the price down. A good value option for someone who doesn’t want to spends too much, but still needs the features of higher end boards.

Burton Deep Thinker

The Deep Thinker is the directional, set back brother to the more freestyle focused twin Free Thinker. It was a board that I was really hoping that I would like, because I had heard good things from friends who have a similar riding style to me, and I like the way it looks, but it isn’t for me.

Burton Free Thinker

Burton Free Thinker 2020 Review The Burton Free Thinker is a medium flexing, traditional camber twin board, which is exactly the type of ride I like. It is one of the two of Danny Davis’ boards, while the other Deep Thinker has a directional shape and directional camber. These sit in the middle of the Burton range, with decent features,…

Burton Kilroy Twin

The Burton Kilroy Twin (formerly known as the Kilroy Process) is a medium soft flexing, twin shaped camber board with a good price.

Burton Skeleton Key

Burton Skeleton Key 2020 Review The Burton Skeleton Key is a directional shaped board, that has a pretty good mix of camber and rocker which makes it a good board for all-mountain riding.

Burton Feelgood

Burton Feelgood 2017 The Burton Feelgood is a directional, traditional camber board with plenty of pop that suits aggressive riders.

Burton Social

Burton Social Review The Burton Social is a loose and fun snowboard that is really god for riders wanting to progress and learn new tricks.

Burton Lip-Stick

Burton Lip-Stick Review The Burton Lip-Stick is a freestyle all mountain board, that is made for a more aggressive rider who wants a fun board.

Burton Genie

Burton Genie Review The Burton Genie is the easiest board in Burtons range, made for beginner riders to advance their riding skills.

Burton Flight Attendant

Burton Flight Attendant 2017 The Burton Flight Attendant has a freeride shape, that is made to do just as well on groomed runs as it does in powder.

Burton Feather

Burton Feather 2016 Review The Burton Feather is a smooth and easy to turn snowboard, that has a soft flex and a stable feel.

Burton Antler

Burton Antler Flying V 2017 The Burton Antler Flying V is a high performing, lightweight board that is made for people who don’t need a board as aggressive as the Custom X. Made to get a good ride, without being super unforgivable and aggressive.

Burton Cobrashark

The Burton Cobrashark is an interesting binding. Like some of the similar technine bindings, they have some unique highbacks. The highbacks actually wrap around, so the idea is that you can flex/press/tweak easier than you can on bindings with regular highbacks. Combined with the much larger ankle strap, tweaking these bindings should be a breeze. Make sure you get the…

Burton Mission Re:Flex

Burton Mission Re:Flex Bindings 2017 The Burton Mission Re:Flex are just like the EST Missions, but come with discs so that you have the option to mount them on normal boards, as well as boards with The Channel.  

Burton Classic

The Burton Classic is a pretty simple binding, that is made to work well with splitboards. You can think of it as basically a Cartel, but most splitboard setups still use the 4×4 standard mounting pattern, so this is the binding that is going to keep it simple and fast when you are out there. Same as the Cartel, it…

Burton Scribe

The Scribe bindings are a high performing womens binding. Made to be a binding that can handle any terrain, they have a few good adjustment options. The Asym Superstrap ankle lets you change the feel whether you are going to be needing the binding as responsive as possible for big mountain lines, or playful for the park. The canted highbacks…