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Burton Joystick Snowboard

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Type: Freestyle
  • Directional Twin

Description: Burton Joystick Snowboard

The Burton Joystick Snowboard 150 is acclaimed for its innovative design features, and the performance it delivers. It isn''t limited to one terrain, and comes fully endowed with features that you will need to keep riding in extreme locations. Burton created its Super Fly II Core to give the board a lightweight flexibility that is made possible with a blend of multiple woods. Burton has even went so far as to break the board in at the factory, and hails the Joystick as having an "infinity ride." This means your Joystick will ride like it is brand new on every ride, and is constructed with the materials, technology and foresight to guarantee a long lifespan. With impact absorbing features, elements to improve your grip in extreme snow conditions, and design points to create more stable, catch free landings, Burton has created a fully loaded, maximum performance, high durability snowboard for the discerning rider.

Key Features of the Burton Joystick Snowboard:
  • Gondola Package
  • The Channel
  • ROCKER: V-Rocker
  • SHAPE: Twin-Like
  • FLEX: Directional
  • CORE: Super Fly II Core with Dualzone EGD and Negative Profile
  • FIBERGLASS: Triax Fiberglass with Carbon I-Beam
  • BASE: Sintered
  • EDGES: Frostbite Edges with Grip and Rip Tune
  • SIDEWALLS: 10:45
  • EXTRAS: NEW Jumper Cables Hi-Voltage, Scoop, Ellip Kicks, Pro-Tip, and Infinite Ride
Length (cm) 150 154 157 161
Effective Edge (cm) 114 118 121 125
Tip Width (cm) 28.87 29.2 29.53 29.98
Tail Width (cm) 28.87 29.2 29.53 29.98
Waist Width (cm) 24.8 25 25.2 25.5
Sidecut (m) 7.31 7.58 7.78 8.05

Discontinued Colors

Burton ICS channel boards will only work with Burton EST, Burton 3-hole or other ICS compatible bindings.
Burton 3-hole boards will only work with non-EST Burton bindings or other 3-hole compatible bindings.


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "Great Board!!"

    Pros: Great Flex and control at low speeds, Cons: Chatter at high speeds,

    This board is awesome! i bought it at the end of this year and got to ride it for my last weekend out snowboarding. The board was great overall and the flex is awesome. It does have some chatter at high speeds, but nothing major.

  • "Pretty Sweet"

    , Alanson, MI
    Pros: nice pop, great edge, Cons: price,

    I just got done demoing this board it was pretty sweet...would have been better i bet if it was tuned up. It looked like it had been demo'd a lot. But i enjoyed and if it werent so expensive i probably would invest it in it

  • "Sick board"

    Pros: Smooth ride, Extremely controllable, Responsive Cons: Should be allowed to pick colors,

    This board is sick. So smooth and controllable down the mountain on any terrain. The channel system by Burton is second to none. Absolutely amazing board.

  • "!!!!!!!!"

    , ytterby,
    Pros: just awsome, awsome pop, flex is good Cons: none,

    okay this snowboard is so good with the unbelivible pop and flex and i really like the v-rocker . Love this Buy buy buy!!!

  • "KILLer all mountain board"

    , monterey park, CA
    Pros: super flex, tons of pop, stable at high speeds Cons: none,

    this board is one of the funniest i rode! you can take this board a ride all mountain then kill the park after. board picks up alot of speed and holds it well!

  • "2010 Burton Joystick"

    Pros: easy to ride, Cons:

    This was my first board purchase after riding rentals.....all I can say is wow! I ride groomed hard pack and have no trouble maintaining my edge. I have not ventured into the park at all so I cant speak on that....but I am very impressed with how this board handles and its forgiveness for an agressive beginner like me

  • "Favorite Board to date."

    , west deptford, NJ
    Pros: Super Stable, Mid Flex, Good float Cons:

    I have been using union's M6 adapter disk to use their bindings on burton boards, and i must say they are a great fit. Anyway, the 2010 joystick was easily one of my favorite boards EVER. Super poppy, stable, floated in pow well, and even cut through cement like nothing. The joystick will be my go to board for 2011/2012 if there are no drastic changes.

  • "Joy on Joystick"

    Pros: Versitile , Cons:

    This board is freaking awesome. I wanted a Joystick last year but i was a step too late when then they hit us with the big 50% off. I regret not picking up a joystick last year when i had the chance. And there were none in my size on ebay too. So this year i didnt even hesitate, didnt even want a discount, I just want the joystick and i paid retail for it. This board is stiff enough for bombing down black diamonds, and soft enough for the park for jibbing and butters. This board can do it all, not to mention the sick graphic on it.

  • "''Jib stick''"

    , AL
    Pros: Great jib board and has good park abilities, Cons:

    This is a great all mountain board but is a little bit more one-sided toward the park because it's pop and playfulness. I would name this board one of the best boards Burton makes in the park. The jumper cables hi voltage makes for a playful and poppy structure. Even though it's pretty flexable it still is stable at high speeds and in pow. Over all this is a great board for a park rider that is willing to expand is riding terrain while still keeping a over-all park board.

  • "Awesome Board"

    , Cathedral City, CA
    Pros: smooth ride, easy to control, lots of flex Cons:

    I used the Burton Blunt LTR model last year when boarding at Sierra last season and I fell in love with Burton boards so I started saving up. Luckily the Burton Store in Los Angeles was having a sale when I went to go purchase my first setup. I was gonna get the Process but this board was on sale and the guy who helped me out said this board would be easier to control and ride and much more forgiving when learning to link turns. I just came back from Mammoth during this storm (36 in one night!) and this board was awesome. I finally started getting comfortable with toeside and it just felt natural with this board especially with all the fresh powder. Definitely gonna be riding this board for awhile. Hands down best purchase for a first snowboard!!!!

  • "Great V-Rocker Board"

    , AUBURN, CA
    Pros: Tons of POP!, Very Playful, Soft but Stable Cons: Graphics are meh, looser than a camber board, Cost

    My first impression when I stood on this board was how soft it was. (I've been riding a t7, so take that with a grain of salt). But the board performs very well edge to edge, holding a carve and does pretty decent on steeps. One of the other things that really stand out about this board is the amount of pop it has. I was really blown away. This board was a warranty replacement for last years Custom V-Rocker. I can honestly say that I like this board much better. It seems to hold that edge while still being playful no matter if you are buttering around the groomers or riding park. I also took the liberty of bombing a few hill and felt 100% comfortable w/ the edge hold. Sick board.

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