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Burton FBI-6 Snowboard Tool

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  • Tool
Tools: #2 and #3 Phillips, Flat Head, 4MM Allen Key, Bottle Opener
Temperature: n/a
Application: n/a
Recommended Use:
  • Snowboards
  • Alpine Skis
  • Cross Country Skis
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton FBI-6 Snowboard Tool

The Burton FBI-6 Snowboard Tool is an essential item for any snowboarding enthusiast, as easy modifications can be made to your board with this small and simple tool. The tool is in essence a portable pit crew and can be operated with gloves on. Being able to make adjustments on the slopes is a great benefit, and the tool has integrated bits that will not get lost and is incredibly lightweight with a pocket friendly design. With both 90 and 180 degree locking positions, the tool is ready to handle any task. It comes with an both flathead and Phillips screwdrivers as well.

Key Features of the Burton FBI-6 Snowboard Tool:
  • Able to Operate With Gloves On
  • Integrated Bits Won''t Get Lost
  • 90degrees and 180degrees Locking Positions for Ergonomic Operation
  • Ultra-Lightweight, Pocket-Friendly Design
  • Smooth, No-Snag Composite Cover
  • #2 and #3 Phillips
  • Flat Head
  • 4MM Allen Key
  • Bottle Opener

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Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "As important as goggles!"

    , fort collins, CO
    Pros: Small, Comfortable in your pocket, Cons: You might have to replace it every few years,

    The FBI tool might be the best companion on the mountain. I have used it to adjust bindings and skis, pry crap off my helmet, and to build shelter in a storm! Haha, well it's not macguyver but it will save some frustration. Well worth the price. Buy two!

  • "Perfect size"

    , AL
    Pros: Slim, variety of tools, Cons:

    Last time I rode at Vail my binding came loose, I didn't have a tool on me and at the time I was riding Flow's which have a smaller screwdriver head, so the screwdrivers on the work benches wouldn't fit. I went into the ski patrol shop to see if I could borrow a smaller screwdriver, the guy gave me this. It had both large and small screwdrivers which worked perfectly for me. I noticed the tool was very slim so it won't take up much room in your pocket. Seemed sturdy, and got the job done. Just what I needed! I am buying this tool for this year.

  • "Good For Pocket"

    Pros: Small, Handy, Cons: Rusting a little bit,

    This is in my pocket every day I ride. I have swapped bindings on a gondola ride. I tighten straps in heavy snow. I find this to be as good as anything out there.

  • "Better than the Burton Zip Tool"

    , Manton, MI
    Pros: Compact/easily fits in your pocket, Jackknife style bits, Cons: Body is too wide to access some binding screws,

    This is fine for making an adjustment to get you down the slope, but you'd better find yourself a real screwdriver at the lodge to make the final adjustment. It is what it is, not great, but not bad either. Definately better than the Zip Tool.

  • "Nice and Easy!"

    Pros: Durable, Nice and Small, Cons:

    I borrowed a buddies of mine for a snowboarding trip and it's amazing. It's so small and you can easily fit it into your pocket. This item is amazing and so easy to use. Definitely something to keep in your pocket while riding.

  • "Easy to use"

    , MD
    Pros: Easy to use, Durable, Cons:

    My friend let me use his tool since I left mine back at home and it works pretty well. The only thing I don't like about this is the design.

  • "awesome!"

    , Groningen, Groningen
    Pros: small, fits good into your pocket, not losing parts Cons: it doesnt stay in position..,

    Very nice and handy tool! Fits perfectly in every pocket! Only thing is that it doesn't always stay in position if you're using it.. But I prefer this one to any other tool!

  • "super handy"

    , shaker Heights, OH
    Pros: small size, price, no bits Cons: none,

    This tool is definitely worth the price. It's saved my butt countless times, from bindings coming loose to adjusting my stance. It fits nicely in a pocket or in my case, a leg bag, and unlike other tools which have bits which can get lost, this tool has everything attached.

  • "Best pocket tool"

    , DENVER, CO
    Pros: Durable, Small, Convenient Cons:

    This is the best tool I've found so far. It's really convenient that each bit is attached on the inside and folds out for use then it closes to form a grip. Way better than my past tools where you have to change out the bit and worry about dropping the tip in the snow. It's worth the money and I've now bought two more for other friends.

  • "The little friend"

    , Issaquah, WA
    Pros: very handy, nice and small, conveinent Cons: Too much money,

    I got this item the other day and I thought it was great because I could easily adjust my binding and much more. This is nice and small so you don't have a buldge in you pocket while snowboarding and it is very good quality.

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might come in handy and not too pricy
Daniel S on Dec 7, 2013
when my bindings loosen from shredding so hard i can pull this handy little tool out and get back to slaying the mountain.
ralph d on Oct 23, 2013
Looks like a great tool that fits easily in the pocket to manage those adjustments on the mountain
Kathleen C on Nov 28, 2013
I just needed a tool, and I enjoy compact, versatile tools. Thanks again to Bev Vuilleumier.
Ryder R on Sep 26, 2013