Burton Snowboards give back more than they’ve taken out. Since day one they’ve paved the way for constant progression, innovation, and understanding. The time to showcase the evolution of technology is now, and there is no better company than Burton to do it with.
The ever expanding boandaries of Burton Snowboards lead to some of the most revolutionary technology that snowboarding has ever seen. Technologies like Squeezebox, a performance driven core profile shape, mold the industry into new dimensions of pop and flex without sacrificing the strength of a snowboard. For the 2015 Burton Snowboards, the Squeezebox was expanded with the addition of two new profiles; Squeezebox High and Squeezebox Low.
Found in the most responsive decks within Burton’s line, Squeezebox High gives an aggressive edge to the already agile boards. With carbon fleece laid outside of the bindings areas boards featuring Squeezebox High have a quicker snap, more powerful pop, and lighting fast edge to edge transitions.
Squeezebox High is available in these Burton Snowboard models: Antler, Custom X, Feelgood, Feelgood Flying V
Classic Squeezebox is the profile shaped that changed the game. With a perfect blend of thick and thin sections Squeezebox gives boards a perfect balance of energy transfer, consistent snap, firm stability in all riding conditions on any terrain. Boards featuring Squeezebox are the most well rounded snowboards in Burton’s line.
Squeezebox is available in these Burton Snowboard models: Flight Attendent, Spliff, Day Trader, Anti-Social, Custom, Custom Flying V, Barracuda, Trick Pony, Process, Process Flying V, Process Off-Axis, Nug, Nug Flying V, Deja Vu Flying V, Lip-Stick, Nugget, Talent Scout
With the progressive rider in mind Burton laid out Squeezebox Low. A more stable lateral foot platform and a consitently smooth flex medially boards featuring Squeezebox Low will help reach the next ranks of progression. Jibbers will love this new core profiling shape because of the firmer flexing nose and tail to lock in dominate presses.
Squeezebox Low is available in these Burton Snowboard models: Pile Driver, Blunt, Clash, Ripcord, Name Dropper, Descendant, Socail, Feather, Genie, Socialite
Off-Axis Squeezebox anatomically alignes the angles of the thick and thin core profile sections to match the average freestyle rider’s stance angles of +15° and -15°. Providing a natural smooth flex for park riding all boards featuring Off-Axis Squeezebox core profiling are asymmetrical and have a set toeside and heelside edge.
Off-Axis Squeezebox is available in these Burton Snowboard models: Custom Flying V Twin, Custom Twin, Process Off-Axis, Talent Scout, Name Dropper
Check out all of the Burton Snowboards featuring Squeezbox technology HERE.