Burton Reflex Baseplate Technology

In simplest terms, Burton Reflex baseplates are designed to optimize board feel. It's underfoot flex is 70% softer than a traditional baseplate, which naturally allows the board beneath the binding to flex more naturally. The baseplate is cored to dramatically reduce weight. A lighter weight binding allows for improved performance, reduces fatigue and just plain [...]

By | 2013-01-26T17:47:15+00:00 January 26th, 2013|Snowboard Tech, Technology|0 Comments

Burton Gas Pedal Technology

Burton is the creator of the snowboard binding as we know it today. Back in the day, bindings didn't even have a highback. Leave it to Burton to come up with revolutionary functions and features that make their bindings the best on the market. The adjustable gas pedal has been around for over a decade [...]

By | 2013-01-26T17:46:38+00:00 January 26th, 2013|Snowboard Tech, Technology|0 Comments

2013 Burton Kickback Hammock Technology

Bindings are a pivotal piece for your snowboard set up. Top of the line, high performance boards like the Custom, Custom Flying V, Custom X and Feelgood demand responsive bindings in order for the board to perform the way it is intended. In other words, don't skim on the bindings if you're throwin' down on a [...]

By | 2013-01-26T17:45:33+00:00 January 26th, 2013|Snowboard Tech, Technology|0 Comments

2013 Burton Gumbo High Back Tech

As park riding levels soar, bindings have been forced to step up their game. One of the biggest challenges has been maintaining a consistent flex in varying temperatures. Urethane has been the high back material of choice for it's flexibility, but it has one major downfall. As the temperature rises and falls, the flex changes! [...]

By | 2013-01-26T17:44:51+00:00 January 26th, 2013|Snowboard Tech, Technology|0 Comments

2013 Burton Dial FLAD Technology

The Forward Leaner Adjustor, better know as the FLAD is a now a standard feature on all Burton snowboard bindings for both men and women. Once you start playing around with the FLAD on your bindings, you'll wonder how you could ever ride without such an easy to adjust feature. For park riders who slide [...]

By | 2013-01-26T17:41:47+00:00 January 26th, 2013|Snowboard Tech, Technology|0 Comments

Burton Grom Boot 3M Thinsulate

Little ones will be a much happier camper on the mountain with warm toes. The Burton Grom boot is the only boot in the line that utilizes 3M Thinsulate technology. It's warmer than the average insulation without the excess bulk. Tiny shredders will remain warm and happy all day long. Some how, some way, snow [...]

By | 2013-01-26T17:36:06+00:00 January 26th, 2013|Snowboard Tech, Technology|0 Comments

Burton Speed Dial Lacing System

Thin crust vs. deep dish. Skinny jeans vs. straight leg. Eat in or eat out. While one isn't necessarily better than the other, we human beings are pretty out spoken when it comes to preferences. There's a snowboard for nearly every personality and style under the sun. When it comes to boots, sure they all [...]

By | 2013-01-26T17:34:17+00:00 January 26th, 2013|Technology|0 Comments

Burton Room-to-Grow Footbed Technology

We want nothing but the best for our kids - brains, athleticism, kind spirit and of course the best snowboard gear. Despite our own love for well-made outdoor gear and gadgets, it's sometimes hard to choke down the cost of that cute little down puffy when you know one year is probably all that Little [...]

By | 2013-01-26T17:32:04+00:00 January 26th, 2013|Snowboard Tech, Technology|0 Comments

2013 Burton Vibram Ecostep

Vibram® is the world leader in high performance rubber soles targeted to the outdoor, recreation, work, repair and orthopedic markets. Vibram® created the first rubber outsole for mountaineering in the 1930's. Footwear has not been the same since. Their iconic yellow diamond logo is a seal of quality, performance, safety, innovation and design. Vibram's® new soles are always [...]

By | 2013-01-26T17:31:24+00:00 January 26th, 2013|Snowboard Tech, Technology|0 Comments

2013 Burton Therm-IC Boot Warmer Technology

It's normal to have cold feet right before dying your hair Cherry Bomb red. It's also pretty common to have cold feet before bungee jumping. But cold feet and snowbaording? No way. Not in any way, shape or form should your feet be cold when you're shredding perfect corduroy on a brisk, bluebird morning. Burton, [...]

By | 2013-01-26T17:29:18+00:00 January 26th, 2013|Snowboard Tech, Technology|0 Comments

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