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Specs

Type:
  • Freestyle
  • All Mountain
Shape:
  • Directional Twin
Camber:
  • Hybrid
  • Camber/Rocker/Camber
Flex: Soft/Medium
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern:
  • Channel
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Dragonfly with Multizone EGD
Base:
  • Sintered
  • WFO
Sidecut:
  • Progressive
Stance Setback: None
Recommended Use:
  • Advanced
  • Intermediate
Manufacturer Warranty: 3 Year

Description: Burton Antler Snowboard

If you're looking to do some snowboarding this winter, then the Burton Antler Snowboard is one good place to start in your quest to find the right gear. Any professional knows that good gear is important if you are looking to maximize your fun and avoid injuries. The Antler Snowboard is highly versatile and suited for both all mountain and freestyle snowboarding. A powerful Dragonfly with Multizone core ensures that your snowboard is sturdy and packs in a lot of vibration reduction. Hi voltage fiberglass ads to the durability of the board rounding out the lightweight snappy feel. The Burton Antler is aimed at intermediate to advanced snowboarders.

Key Features of the Burton Antler Snowboard:
  • BEND: Flying V
  • ITEM No. 10705100
  • The Channel
  • SHAPE: Directional
  • FLEX: Twin
  • CORE: Dragonfly with Multizone EGD
  • FIBERGLASS: 60 degree Carbon Highlights Hi-Voltage
  • BASE: Sintered WFO
  • EXTRAS: Squeezebox, Jumper Cables Hi-Voltage, Scoop, Stainless Frostbite Edges, Pro-Tip, and Infinite Ride
  • Diecut Base Color Combinations May Vary
Dimensions
Length (cm) 151.5 154.5 157.5 160.5
Effective Edge (cm) 114.5 117.5 120.5 123.5
Tip Width (cm) 28.8 29.12 29.42 29.73
Tail Width (cm) 28.8 29.12 29.42 29.73
Waist Width (cm) 24.7 24.9 25.1 25.3
Sidecut (m) 7.39 7.58 7.8 8

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.

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This board has some of the top characteristics of being one of the best freestyle boards out there. Its going to bring me to the next level of boarding.
Ellen O on Dec 1, 2013
Is the 160.5 too small for a 12-12.5 boot? The waist dimensions are 25.3 so I think I'm cutting it close ...
A shopper on Sep 9, 2014
Best Answer: Generally I suggest that riders with size 11+ boots ride boards that have a waist width of 25.8cm or wider UNLESS the boots have Shrinkage Reduction Technology.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Sep 10, 2014
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I have a 2011? Burton Aftermath. I have been riding for 25 years. I like it, but am looking for a looser more flexible board (I ride a lot with my kids on blues so do a lot of butters/switch/smaller jumps etc to pass the time.) I still love to throw old school hard carves though. My husband has the custom flying v and it is too soft. I also am wearing men`s size 9.5 boots so I do drag toes on deep carves on my 154... and yes I am a girl. 5`10. My all time favorite board was a 152 Terje for frame of reference. I learned to ride on a 162 Burton Safari..... thoughts on this or other potential candidates? Thanks, E
A shopper on Apr 25, 2014
Best Answer: The Burton Aftermath (Camber) and the Burton Custom Fly V have very similar flex personalities (5 out of the 1-10 scale). I find it interesting that you want a board that is more flexible (looser) than the Aftermath and that you feel as if the Custom Flying V is too soft - even though they have almost identical flexes.

The Custom Flying V may feel softer than the Aftermath because of the hybrid profile shape (Camber/Rocker/Camber). I think that you'd be bet on camber board that has a slightly softer flex than the Aftermath. That board is the Burton Process (Camber) Snowboard.

The Burton Process (Camber) Snowboard has a twin shape, directional flex, and triax fiberglass. The process is a well rounded all mountain freestyle board. It's be great in the park and because of the Frostbite Edges you'll be able to lay down those deep carves on the corduroy.

Check out the Burton Process (Camber) Snowboard HERE - http://www.the-house.com/9852btproc14zz-burton-snowboards.html
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Apr 28, 2014
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I'm 5"6 165-170 lbs, ride a 155 now, should I go with a 154.5 or 157.5? I do everything on the mountain, park, free ride etc. Help me out.
Kevin B on Aug 14, 2014
Best Answer: I'd pick the 157.5cm Burton Antler if I was you. You fit better within the weight range of the 157.5cm.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Aug 27, 2014
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Hi, I'm 5'10" 200 pounds. My normal board size is 158. Is it okay to buy the 157.5 or should I go with the 160.5? Thanks
Marcus on Jan 9, 2014
Best Answer: Marcus, I have the previous version and went with the 160.5 for waist width reasons. I weigh the same as you and wear size 11 boots. It's borderline at best, I wish it was wider. So if your feet fit go with the 157.5. I wish I had gone custom or custom x wide for more piggy room. Super fun board in good conditions, gets a little squirrelly on the hard stuff.
Reply · Report · MikeC on Mar 6, 2014
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Can I use my Union Force bindings with 2014 Channel boards?
A shopper on Dec 18, 2013
Best Answer: Your Union Force Bindings could work with 2014 Burton channel boards if you have the Union M6 Conversion Disc. Unfortunately we do not have the M6 Conversion Discs in stock.

However, we do have tons of bindings that are compatible with the Burton Channel System, and you can look at them here: http://www.the-house.com/est-bindings.html
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 20, 2013
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I just got a new board do i need to wax it?
Abdul W on Dec 3, 2013
Best Answer: I would advise it but it is not necessary. The base will dry out a bit after manufacturing. Get yourself a hot wax kit http://www.the-house.com/da7suptk14zz-dakine-tools-tuning.html or at least an iron http://www.the-house.com/da7adjtiron13zz-dakine-tools-tuning.html.
I'm a bit anal and wax my entire family's boards once a week.
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Dec 4, 2013
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Burton Antler or Lib La Nina ? HELP.
A shopper on Nov 6, 2013
Best Answer: The antler is an awesome all mountain freestyle board. If you like riding park and hitting big jumps go with the antler.
Reply · Report · Heather M on Dec 7, 2013
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Hey, I currently ride the burton 2010 custom v rocker 159. im looking at getting on something abit more loose and playful and just a more advanced board and was thinking the antler? Any help? would be amazing t
A shopper on Sep 3, 2013
Best Answer: The Burton Antler Snowboard is a super fun deck. With the laminates laid at 60° instead of 45° the board has a very loose torsional flex.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Sep 4, 2013
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is this the ryan sheckler edition?
Michael " on Mar 15, 2014
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This years burton antler is directional. Is it a big change from last year? Is the board still as playful and comfortable riding switch. I love my centered stance twins and wanted to pick up this years Antler. But I'm hesitating reading it's directional. Please let me know about the changes regarding the 2014 vs last seasons 2013 Antler?
Peter B on Jan 27, 2014
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ANTLER or LIB LA NINA? HELP.
rob g on Nov 6, 2013
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