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Burton Tether Snowboard Lock 2015

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  • Lock
Tools: Retractable Coiled Steel Leash/Lock Combo
Temperature: n/a
Application: n/a
Recommended Use:
  • Snowboards
  • Alpine Skis
Manufacturer Warranty: 30 Day

Description: Burton Tether Snowboard Lock

Don't wait for the day that you figure you should have invested in a Burton Tether Snowboard Lock. Burton knows outdoor gear and this lock is no different. This lock has a retractable coiled steel leash and the lock is a three-number combination so its quick and easy for you to use but will have those with sticky fingers pass you by so you can spend your time having fun and not filling out police reports.

Key Features of the Burton Tether Snowboard Lock:
  • Retractable Coiled Steel Leash/Lock Combo
  • Three-Number Combination


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Linda B on Jan 3, 2014
Serves double duty as leash and rack lock. Always at the ready.
Kevin M on Nov 14, 2013
I love the combo of the leash and lock
Edward S on Dec 16, 2013
its not too bulky and fits in your pocket nicely.
Rhoneil F on Aug 22, 2013
How does it work? how does it lock it? I have never used one.
A shopper on Sep 2, 2014
Best Answer: Its real easy to use, first you dial in your personal combination, in the picture you'll see numbers at the right side of the locking device. After turning the dials to your combination you squeeze the lock, which allows enough space to slip on a looping end of the wire. Its the piece of mind knowing that your snowboard is securely locked when your away from it. Its really compact and small.
Reply · Report · Rhoneil F on Sep 3, 2014
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How much does it weigh? What are its dimensions when coiled?
Ralph P on Oct 9, 2014
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