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Burton AK 3L Freebird Jacket

Burton AK 3L Freebird Jacket The Burton AK 3L Freebird Jacket is a very lightweight and packable 3 layer Gore-Tex jacket with some extra features made for splitboarders.

Burton AK 3L Hover Jacket

Burton AK 3L Hover Jacket 2016 The Burton AK 3L Hover jacket is a professional level shell jacket that has 3 layer Gore-Tex to give you excellent protection from the weather.

Burton Malavita EST

The Burton Malavita EST are mid flexing freestyle bindings made for Burton Channel boards. It comes in two versions, the EST and Re:Flex. If you don’t have a Burton or Endeavor Channel Board, you will want to look at the Re:Flex version.

Burton TWC Signature Jacket

For someone who wants to get the Shaun White look going for themselves, there is the Burton TWC Signature jacket. It hardly looks like a snowboarding jacket at all, but it surprisingly has some decent features hidden away in the normal leather jacket look. It is made from genuine cowhide leather, that has had a water-repellant treatment added to it. It…

Burton TWC Cannon

The Burton TWC Cannon jacket is a warm and insulated DryRide jacket that has a 10k waterproof and 10k breathability rating. Features on the Burton TWC Cannon (and what they mean): DryRide Durashell 2L DryRide Durashell is a 2 layer twill fabric. 10k Waterproof / 10k Breathability Plenty of water resistance and breathability to stop you getting wet. Thermacore insulation…

Burton Frontier Jacket

The Burton Frontier Jacket an all purpose insulated jacket that has room to layer up underneath, with good waterproof and breathability ratings.

Burton Malavita

The Burton Malavita 2016 is a freestyle binding, made for someone who needs a bindings that will be just as good in the park as it does all over the mountain. It comes in two versions, the Re:Flex and EST. If you have a Burton (or Endeavor) board with The Channel, you will probably want to have a look at the Malavita EST. This page covers the…

Top 5 freeride bindings

  Freeride bindings are generally stiffer, more responsive and made from lighter materials compared to all-mountain bindings. They are generally more expensive, are made from better materials (lighter) and have a better build quality.