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Burton Landlord

Burton Landlord 2017 The Burton Landlord is based on the older Malolo, which is made to get a snowboard that has a surfy feel that can still handle hard riding. The directional camber profile has camber under your back foot, with a rocker nose, to give you stability and pop, while the rocker nose helps to keep the board afloat in deep…

Burton Process Off-Axis

Burton Process Off-Axis 2017 The Burton Process Off-Axis is a slightly different version of the other two Process models – the Camber and the Flying V. The first difference is that this version uses the PurePop camber profile, which is a slightly toned down version of the regular camber. It has flat sections after the camber area, which changes into an…

Burton Custom Mystery

Burton Custom Mystery 2017 The Burton Custom Mystery is a very high end (expensive) version of the custom, made with a bunch of mystery ingredients.

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 Socialite

Burton Socialite Review The Burton Socialite is made to be a soft flexing board, that can handle anywhere on the mountain.

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 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 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 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 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 Pile Driver Review

The Burton Pile Driver, or its full name – the Family Tree Pile Driver is a combination pow surfer/no board. It only comes in one size – 140cm. It has a couple of uses, as a regular powder board, or use the rubber pads ride it as a noboard with no bindings. Mounting bindings is just like on a normal…

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.