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Burton Process

Burton Process 2017 The Burton Process comes in two versions- camber and Flying V. The camber version has the most aggressive profile of the two, and is the version you should choose if you need a solid board that is better for doing bigger jumps and riding fast. If you have a look on the pictures tab, you’ll see that the Process is the…

Burton Custom X Flying V

Burton Custom X Flying V 2017 The Burton Custom X Flying V is a new board this season, which to me seems like an odd one. The regular Custom X is well known as Burton’s most aggressive camber board. It is the sort of aggressive board that you will see people riding in icy superpipes, and over monster jumps. The stiff flex…

Burton Feelgood

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

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 Trick Pony

Burton Trick Pony 2017 The Burton Trick Pony is an interesting combination, it is a board designed to ride both the park and powder. Since last year, it has changed from the Flat Top profile, to the newer PurePop Camber. The camber profile is going help much more for park riding, which will give you a more solid platform for popping, as well…

Burton Custom X

Burton Custom X 2017 The Burton Custom X is a stiff flexing, regular camber, directional board. It is the sort of board you will see being used in icy superpipes, and big air competitions.

Burton Nug

Burton Nug 2016 The Burton Nug is an interesting board, with its main feature is that you can ride it in a much smaller size than you normally ride.

Burton Custom

The Burton Custom is one of the most famous and longest running snowboard models. It is a freestyle board, that has a traditional camber profile, a directional shape and a medium flex rating.