Womens Burton Beanies

Save on Womens Burton Beanies when you shop at The House Boardshop. Womens Burton Beanies deliver tons of style and comfortable lightweight insulation and quality manufacturing to keep you warm and looking great year round. We offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all our Burton Snowboarding Gear.
Burton All Day Long Beanie
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Burton Ashley Headband 2-Pack Headband Bog/Fiery Red
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Burton Ashley Headband 2-Pack Headband True Black/Raspberry Rose
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Burton Belle Beanie Canvas/Submarine
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Burton Belle Beanie Marilyn/Rabbit
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Burton Belle Beanie Sangria/Aries
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Burton Belle Beanie Scout/Marilyn
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Burton Belle Beanie Submarine/Millimint
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Burton Belle Beanie True Black/Heathers
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Burton Big Bertha Beanie
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Burton Birdie Beanie Canvas
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Burton Birdie Beanie True Black
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Burton Black Sheep Beanie 39% Off
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Burton Bone Cobra Beanie Millimint/Marilyn
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Burton Bone Cobra Beanie Sorcerer/Aries
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Burton Breanie Beanie 33% Off
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Burton Breanie Beanie 30% Off
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Burton Breanie Beanie
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Burton Burn It Down Trapper Beanie Rabbit Heather
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Burton Burn It Down Trapper Beanie Scout
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Burton Burn It Down Trapper Beanie True Black
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Burton Candystripe Beanie Jadeite
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Burton Candystripe Beanie Marilyn
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Burton Candystripe Beanie Web
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Burton Crush Beanie Scout/Submarine
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Burton Diddle Dally Beanie 39% Off
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Burton Guess Again Beanie
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Burton Guess Again Beanie Marilyn
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Burton Katie Joe Beanie 42% Off
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Burton Katie Joe Beanie Canvas
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$29.95
Burton Katie Joe Beanie Gloss
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$29.95
Burton Katie Joe Beanie True Black
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$29.95
Burton Kyle Headband 2-Pack Headband Barcode Rabbit/Kasbah
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$19.95
Burton Kyle Headband 2-Pack Headband Fun Fair/True Black
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Burton Lighthart Beanie Monument Heather
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$24.95
Burton Lighthart Beanie True Black
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$24.95
Burton Little Dragon Beanie
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Burton Love Beanie 40% Off
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Burton Nana Beanie 34% Off
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Burton Nana Beanie
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Burton Snowboards History:
In the mid-60's, Jake Burton was one of thousands of kids to get hooked on Sherman Poppen's Snurfer, the earliest commercial form of the modern snowboard. It might have only been a department store toy, but it was still surfing on snow. Shocked that not much had progressed ten years later, Jake bid the Manhattan business world farewell to become a snowboard shaper. He moved to Londonderry, Vermont and started making and riding his first boards. The world's first snowboard factory was born. The year was 1977.

In the first few years, snowboarding was an underground sport struggling on sledding hills and snowcovered golf courses. As long as riders had to hike, it could only progress so far. To move the industry and riding to the next level, Jake lobbied hard for local ski areas to open their lifts to snowboarders. In 1982, Suicide Six Resort in Pomfret, Vermont was the first resort to allow snowboarding. Soon after, Jake succeeded in convincing Stratton Mountain in Vermont to give it a shot, thereby establishing a joint commitment to snowboarding that continues to this day. Others followed - Jay Peak, Stowe, Sugarbush, Killington - some sooner, some much later. The opening of eastern resorts not only led to growth for the sport, it became a major factor in Burton's continual product innovation. Edgeless wooden boards that were fine in powder no longer cut it on the hardpack and sometimes icy conditions at Vermont mountain resorts. To handle the hardpacked snow, Burton developed the Performer Elite, a board with a P-tex base, metal edges and bindings with hi-backs.

The early years were an experiment in grassroots business. In the second year, Burton Snowboards moved into a farmhouse in Manchester, Vermont - the facility that went on to produce such classics as Burton's Backhill and Performer snowboards. Working in the living room, dining room, basement and barn, a crew of four to five people produced, sold and repaired all the early Burton models. Jake's toll-free customer service line rang in the bedroom, at all hours. In the middle of the night, Jake took down orders from snowboarders all over the country. If orders for boards were low, Jake loaded up his Volvo wagon and visited up to ten shops a day offering his latest designs. From the livingroom/showroom, employees led "Safaris" - snowboard tours of local powder stashes. Turns were earned by hiking.

On the outskirts of Burlington, Vermont sits an office with an old chairlift spanning the parking lot and a skate ramp out back. The current location of over 25 years of innovation and commitment to the sport, this company has roots that run deep into the history of snowboarding. The company is Burton Snowboards - the world's first snowboard factory. And this is how it all started.

In 1992, Burton Snowboards moved from its Manchester location to Burlington, Vermont. The same motivation that took Jake from the garage in Londonderry to the barn in Manchester guided Burton from Manchester to Burlington: the commitment to making the world's best snowboarding equipment and growing the sport. Upon arrival in Burlington, the Burton Air snowboard was state-of-the-art. Today, the Codes and the Powers are the boards snowboarders ride to the podium. The same heart that beat years ago in a garage in Londonderry, Vermont still beats strong within the ever-expanding walls of Burton's modern facilities in Burlington and the two affiliate offices in Japan and Austria. Two things matter more than all else: riders and riding. They always have and always will.

Burton Snowboards has been involved in the competitive side of the sport since the beginning. March 2002 marked the 20th anniversary of the U.S. Open Snowboarding Championships - an event for snowboarders by snowboarders. Then and now, it is the premier contest each year, drawing the best riders in the world. The Open has been the perennial venue of legendary riding: Doug Bouton hitting 63 mph on a Backhill snowboard, Craig Kelly dominating the pipe with his signature smooth riding, Jeff Brushie and Terje Haakonsen going head to head with huge McTwists. The early success of the U.S. Open helped further legitimize the sport and increase mountain resort area acceptance.
(Taken from www.burton.com)

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