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Burton Custom Snowboard

Burton Custom Snowboard
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Description: Burton Custom Snowboard

Reach for the Burton Custom Snowboard for men this winter to get legendary alpine performance honed by decades of shredding in the mountains. The directional outline has a centered stance, blending all mountain and freestyle design so you can spin tricks off backcountry jumps and park features, and with a modified sidecut and Frostbite edges you'll be carving some smooth consistent arcs on the groomed runs without washing out when you're pushing it. Featuring a traditional camber profile with a lightweight Super Fly II core, you'll get all the pop and responsive control you can handle with the playfulness of an even twin flex.

Key Features of the Burton Custom Snowboard:
  • Bend: Camber
  • Shape: Directional
  • Flex: Twin
  • Core: Super Fly II with Dualzone EGD and Squeezebox
  • Fiberglass: 45° Carbon Highlights
  • Base: Sintered WFO
  • Features: The Channel, Frostbite Edges, Pro-Tip, Infinite Ride and Progressively Wider Waist Widths
  • Diecut Base Color Combinations May Vary
Length (cm) 148 151 154 156 158 160 163
Effective Edge (cm) 112 115.3 118.3 120.3 122.3 124.3 126.8
Tip Width (cm) 28.49 28.90 29.41 29.58 29.75 29.93 30.22
Tail Width (cm) 28.49 28.90 29.41 29.58 29.75 29.93 30.22
Waist Width (cm) 24.5 24.8 25.2 25.3 25.4 25.5 25.7
Sidecut (m) 7.3 7.5 7.7 7.9 8.0 8.1 8.3

Burton channel system snowboards will only be compatible with Burton's EST bindings, Burton channel compatible bindings, or other bindings specifically listed as Channel Compatible.


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Excellent Board
Used this board for the first time at Sugar Loaf with 2,800 ft vertical. It held extremely well on steep head wall turns and carved smoothly on the wide open flats. Very responsive solid all terrain board. Liked it a lot and would recommend it to all advanced boarder's. Peace
March 31, 2015
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Sale and time for a new Board. Been riding 14 seasons w/ couple old boards
William H on Oct 1, 2015
Sale and time for a new Board. Been riding 14 seasons w/ couple old boards
William H on Oct 1, 2015

I am 6' 3" and weigh 180lbs, looking to get either a 158cm Burton Custom or a 160cm Burton Custom. I have rode the 160cm and liked it but thought a 158 might be better. My skill level is high intermediate-expert. I ride probably around 15% in the park and the rest on groomers or pow.

What length do you recommend for my body type and riding style?
A shopper on Feb 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Burton Custom Snowboard in the 158 would be better for groomers and spin a little easier in the park. The 160 will handle higher speed and powder conditions better. That said, there is less than 1 inch difference here, so you will like either size very well!
is this board good for terrain parks?
brandt on Mar 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Burton Custom Snowboard is one of the most popular boards in the business because it is good all mountain, but especially good in the park for ollies, as it has more pop due to the camber. If you want to do more slides on obstacles etc, then the Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard 2015 will make you even happier.
What bindings should I get for this board? My boots are size 8.
Cody C on Oct 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: That's a tough call. There's so many bindings that could go great with teh Burton Custom Snowboard.

If you ride mostly freestyle/park get the Burton Missions EST:

If you ride mostly all mountain get the Burton Cartels EST:
Is this a 2015?
Jennifer M on Nov 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yup, this is the 2015 Burton Custom Snowboard.
Hi, I'm 5'7" about 165 lb what size board would you recommend ? 154? 156?
A shopper on Jul 24, 2015
The Burton suggests that the 154cm, 156cm, and 158cm would all work for you. A lot will depend on your own preference... but I agree with Philip that the 156cm length will be optimal.

I'm an entry rider, but I'm bent on getting this board to keep it around for a while. I'm not sure where I prefer hanging out yet.

What bindings and boots would go well for this board? And also which ones as a beginner ?
Reza Z on Feb 11, 2015

If you absolutely HAVE to get a Burton Custom Snowboard make sure, as a beginner, to get the Flying V profile shape version. The Flying V profile will be easier to build skills on; be it in the park or cruising around. See the Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard HERE:

Check out this gear for a perfect beginner setup with the Custom...

Burton Moto Boots -

Burton Custom Bindings -
I am 5,5 and 120 pounds can I get this board 151cm? I am just starting freestyle to.
Jake. on Nov 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hey Jake, I would say that 151cm would be the best option for you if you're looking to go with the Burton Custom.
Looking to "fill a hole" in the quiver. I have a 157 Process Camber for "fun" days and toolin' around the groomers and park. I have a 161 Barracuda for the goods. Looking for an aggressive all mountain ripper for some freeride time (to replace my OG Supermodel 163) - directional and either camber or hybrid camber. Looking at Flight Attendant 159 or Custom camber 158. Thoughts? Thanks in advance...Todd
A shopper on Feb 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Burton custom camber is not a niche board. It could be a quiver killer. I own both v rocker and custom. And are my faves in my 12 board quiver.
im 5'11 and range from 210-220lbs. i would say i am intermediate. i will be using it solely to go down a mountain. looking for handling / easy turning.

what do you recommend for me. what size board and which board? also bindings and boots that would go with it. size 11.
rafael on Dec 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hey Rafael! Well the Custom is going to be a great board - though it really depends on how much you are willing to spend. Better boards will generally cost more. I'll go ahead and give you some options from Burton;

I don't know if you've ridden wide boards in the past, but they will be the best fit for you. Here's a Custom Wide that will be at the top of the price range, check it out in the 165cm --

The Process Flying V Wide at 162cm is an intermediate board --

The Ripcord isn't bad either, go with the 162cm --

Basically what you want is a wide board that is somewhere in the 162-168cm range.

As far as bindings go - any Burton binding will work on a Burton board -
Same goes for Union for the most part -

Boots are basically preference based. DC makes good ones -

Good luck!
How is this board riding switch? I realize it is a directional board but just riding switch for a short period
A shopper on Dec 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The only part of the board that's directional is the nose section that is outside of the contact points. Flat base and on an edge the Burton Custom Snowboard rides like a twin.
Moving to Colorado for college in the mountains next year. Crested Butte is where I'll be spending most of my days snowboarding. I'm stuck in between this board and the burton antler 2015. I'll most likely be spending every weekend during the season snowboarding for four years. I'm wondering which board is more durable, and which one you recommend for true all mountain riding, mainly in the backcountry?
Alec H on Nov 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: That's a tough call, but are awesome boards.

The Antler with it's 60 degree Carbon Highlights Hi-Voltage makes the board feel more torsionally pliable; that combined with a slightly narrower waist width make the Antler very agile and quick edge to edge.

The Custom (celebrating 20 years in line), is one of the most well rounded boards of all time, and this year's cambered version is the best one to date. The Custom is more structurally sound, and stable.
I've been riding a Burton Sherlock 160 Flying V for the last two seasons. I like it a lot and don't really want to change it out, but it's beat up pretty bad. No snow. Before that were a couple more Flying Vs. Was thinking about going back to flat boards. Thoughts?
Mike S on Nov 8, 2015

The Flying V profile Shape is a blast to ride and I understand how hard it would be to change it out. If you do explore a flat profile shape make sure to check out the Burton Trick Pony. With a Flat Top profile shape the Trick Pony is a smooth riding rodeo. Check it out HERE:
Hello, I am interested in the burton custom 2015 148cm. Do you ship to the UK and how much if you do?


A shopper on Nov 6, 2015
We are happy to ship to anywhere in the U.K.... however we cannot ship Burton's products internationally. I apologize. Look here for more info:
Where is this board made?
A shopper on Sep 3, 2015
Burton is headquartered in Vermont, USA. Specific (Family Tree Series) Snowboards are still constructed there. Many boards, including this Custom are manufactured in Austria. Burton is currently expanding their manufacturing into China too.
I'm a 50 ish female rider looking for a new board. I have been riding an older model Burton omen {154} and looking for an upgrade. Nothing fancy just like to ride the mountain. Any suggestions?
Thanks Karen
Karen M on Mar 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi, there - have you ever ridden a women's-specific board? They are a little softer and a little narrower, less work than a men's board. Feelgood or Feelgood Flying V would be great all-around options, or for a little more "freeride" feel, the Day Trader has stoked out a lot of women at our demos...

Thanks - good luck!
is the waist width setback with the stance,
or is it a true twin board with a setback stance ?
Rusty Shakleford
A shopper on Feb 27, 2015

Burton classifies (from their website) the Burtom Custom Snowboard as being directional. I'd say that it's a directional twin board. The nose and tail have the same widths and the stance has been set back 10mm (.39"), but the sidecut radius is centered with the stance.
I'm a 6' 230 lb int/advanced east cost boarder who prefers a stiffer board and doesn't go into the park or pipe much. Can't decide between a Burton Custom or Custom X. Any advice?
Mike B on Jan 25, 2015

Great picks, the Custom and Custom X are 2 of my most favorite boards.

You can't go wrong with the Burton Custom (Camber), it's one of the most well rounded boards of all time. If you like varied terrain at all types of speeds the Custom will be perfect.

This season's Custom X is the stiffest/most stable Burton I've ever ridden. If you like riding mostly groomers and riding at a million miles per hours all the time, the Custom X is for you.