Snowboard Tech

Burton Crossbone Cuff Tech 2013

Snowboard graphics and a dope snowboard jacket can certainly make or break your level of happiness when it comes to snowboarding. However, any retail employee or person in the snowboard industry will agree that boots should be the first piece of gear purchased. From there, select your board, bindings and outfit. Boots that are poorly…

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Burton V Rocker Technology

A three stage rocker that’s equally fun from park to pow, V Rocker features a center rocker between the feet with additional rockers outside each foot that lift the tip and tail completely off the snow. Along the channel zones, Burton added Frost Bite Edges, formerly known as Pressure Distribution Edges, for enhanced grip and…

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Burton Squeezebox Technology

Improved performance is the result of Burton’s revolutionary Squeezebox technology. Thicker, more powerful core sections live outside the feet, while thinner, more flexible sections are under the bindings. Energy originates under the feet, then is transferred outward to the stiffer sections, energizing the tip and tail. Get ready for some jibtastic butter! All the while, the…

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Burton Springloaded Technology

So, you’re looking for a board with float, but one that also delivers precision and drive? Sounds like a Springloaded Burton board. Boards with either Flying V or S Rocker both have camber under the bindings for pop and energy where the turn is initiated. Flying V has rocker between and outside both feet. S…

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Burton Rocker Technology

During a long game of “telephone” in the snowboard world, word spread that rocker boards are only for the park! Well sure, they’re heaps of fun in the park and allow faster progression on obstacles, but rocker boards are also a blast in the backcountry, on groomers and pretty much anywhere on the mountain. Boards…

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Burton Nug Raduction Technology

When it’s just you and your crew tearing down the mountain slashing turns, bonking stumps and feeding off each other’s creative riding, you just get this feeling that everything and everyone is simply amazing. It makes you feel unstoppable, confident, strong and insanely happy. What’s better is when you’re on that perfect shred stick for…

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Burton Infinite Ride Technology

With the purchase of all men’s  Burton Snowboards and women’s, you can rest easy knowing your shiny new purchase will maintain it’s pop, flex and feel year after year. What a bummer it’d  be to drive up to the mountain on opening day, only to find that your two year-old board has become a boring noodle! Infinite Ride…

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Burton Channel System

What Is the Burton Channel? The Burton Channel is a mounting system that contains two channels in the board (one for each foot) that run parallel to the edges. Traditional boards have binding inserts where the channel is located. The Channel allows nearly infinite and customizable stand-width and angle adjustments. With the rider’s feet closer…

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Burton Camber Technology

It wasn’t until recently that all snowboards had camber. What is camber exactly? Well, it’s the convex or arch shape to a snowboard base that is noticeable when the board is lying on a flat surface. Try it out. You’ll notice that there’s space between the board and the flat surface with a camber snowboard….

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2013 Burton Lightning Bolts

With riders like Peetu Piiroinen, John Jackson, Hannah Teter and Kelly Clark pushing snowboarding limits on boards with Lightning Bolt tech, it doesn’t take a genius to put two and two together. Lightning Bolts yield insane response with the highest performance in a lightweight shred stick. The best part is that Burton figured out how to…

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