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Burton Name Dropper Snowboard

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Description: Burton Name Dropper Snowboard

When the powder is falling, race to the slopes in style with the Burton Name Dropper Snowboard 155 for men. Offering quality components packed nicely into a stylish design, this board promises to keep up with all of your winter adventures. Designed for the avid boarder who loves an adrenaline rush, the Superfly Core and Off-Axis Squeezebox low offer a light weight design that puts an extra pop and spark of life into all your ollies, so you can feel confident and dominate the park. The twin tip design is perfect for quickly riding switch and soaring down the slopes at top speeds.

Key Features of the Burton Name Dropper Snowboard:
  • Bend: Flat Top
  • Shape: Twin
  • Flex: Twin
  • Core: Super Fly with Dualzone EGD and Off-Axis Squeezebox Lo
  • Fiberglass: Triax
  • Base: Sintered
  • Features: The Channel, Off-Axis Filet-O-Flex, Off-Axis Frostbite Edges with Rail Ready Tune, and Flat Kicks
  • Winner of Transworld SNOWboarding's 2014 Good Wood Award
Length (cm) 148 151 155 158
Effective Edge (cm) 112.3 114.9 118.5 121.1
Tip Width (cm) 28.78 29.09 29.42 29.72
Tail Width (cm) 28.78 29.09 29.42 29.72
Waist Width (cm) 24.7 24.9 25.1 25.3
Sidecut (m) 7.1 7.3 7.5 7.7

Burton channel system snowboards will only be compatible with Burton's EST bindings, Burton channel compatible bindings, or other bindings specifically listed as Channel Compatible.

Name Dropper

Past Season Product

5.0 / 5.0
2 Reviews
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Great, smooth board
I love this board. It ls very smooth and got a decent amount of flex. I've done everything from small jumps to large hips, board slides, A frame, boxes, rails, 180's 360's, this board is a great all around, park/jib board.
March 16, 2015
over 2 years ago
Very satisfied
Although it is geared toward park, it really holds up well as an all mountain ride. I hit 30+ miles an hour charging regularly and didn't notice any negative reaction from the board. The edge hold is great, when you get used to the frostbite location, which doesn't take long. Very good for landing jumps and out of spins.
April 1, 2015
over 2 years ago

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Has new Burton Technology with my type of riding style, looks pretty cool & seams amazing
Soizette S on Nov 20, 2014
Has new Burton Technology with my type of riding style, looks pretty cool & seams amazing
Soizette S on Nov 20, 2014
If I get this board specifically, will I need any special bindings?
A shopper on Oct 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Not necessarily, this board is specifically designed for Burton EST bindings because of the channel system it has, but many non-EST bindings come with a channel compatible disk. If you don't have a pair of EST bindings just make sure they have the correct disk. I would personally recommend some Burton custom bindings.
Would a pair of large Burton Malavita EST Snowboard Bindings fit well on this board?
A shopper on Oct 29, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The Burton Name Dropper and the Malavitas should be a really fun combo. Larges should be fine.
My weight is 150 but im 6ft would i get the 155 or 158??
A shopper on Nov 15, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hey, I would do the 55 - the board doesn't "know" how tall you are, just how much weight you're pushing around on it. I have spent a lot of time on the 58, and I'm 6'4", 230 pounds. (I am probably a little big for that board, but it was the biggest size, and I really wanted to get on that board.)
To really get the benefit of the Filet-o-Flex, I think the 55 would be right on for your weight.
The board rips - holds a great edge for a "soft" board. (They altered the angles of the fiberglass on this board to make it soft length-wise, but actually almost 30% stiffer torsionally.)
I weigh 130 right now but I'm looking to find a board for next season and wanted to make sure the flex is good and that a 155 would be the size for next season????....still growing too
Adam M on Mar 5, 2015
There is definitely some personal preference in your decision along with what type of boarding you do the most. Burton suggests that you will be on the light end of the 155cm length board, and would be perfect for the 151cm length... even if you grow. It's ideal range is like 120lbs to 165lbs.
can you get rear entry with this snowboard?
Tyler75 on Nov 16, 2014
BEST ANSWER: You can always get rear entry with the Burton Name Dropper Snowboard.
I wear a mens size US 8 boot. Will this board be "regular" for my boot/bindings? (Height & weight are pretty much perfect) thanks
A shopper on Nov 10, 2014
BEST ANSWER: yes, the Burton Name dropper has a regular width, and with your boot size it will be a better fit than going with a wide or mid-wide( which is for boot sizes 11+).
So after reading all the questions, I should be fine on the 151 board with a 10.5 boot?
A shopper on Aug 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You should be alright with the Burton Name Dropper Snowboard especially if you have a boot that features shrinkage footprint reduction technology.
If I ride goofy will I still be able to ride this bored?
Trevor G on Sep 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yeah you can still ride this board goofy, its a twin directional which means its equal balanced on each tip of the board.
Is the 158 version wide enough to combine with the Union Contact Pro L/XL and Burton Rulers US11.5?
Mattias V on Mar 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hey Mattias,
The 158 Name Dropper has a 25.3 waist. Generally I suggest that riders with size 11+ boots ride boards that have a waist width of 25.8cm or wider. Basically if you have like 12 or 12.5 boots I would get a W board for the L/XL bindings.
hey i wear boot size 11 is this to big for the 148?
Steve R on Feb 28, 2015
I actually think the 148cm length will be too narrow. Generally I suggest that riders with size 11+ boots ride boards that have a waist width of 25.8cm or wider UNLESS the boots have Shrinkage Reduction Technology. The 148 you are looking at has 24.7 width.
is this board light?
A shopper on Dec 1, 2014
BEST ANSWER: This past weekend was my first time out with this board. That was one of the common questions asked about it. To answer your question yes it is very light. Nice board would definitely recommend to anyone.
Hi, I wear size 11 boots that feature shrinkage footprint reduction would large burton mission binding still fit on the 158 name dropper?? thanks
Colin S on Sep 20, 2015
The Burton Mission bindings size L will fit on the 158 length Name Dropper. Your 11 boots with Footprint Reduction will work on the 158.
Im anywhere from 189 to 170 can I ride the 155?
Ron S on Mar 6, 2015

You fit on the higher side of the 155cm Burton Name Dropper Snowboard's weight range - the 158cm size would fit you better.
I wear 11 boots. Is this board a good fit?
A shopper on Feb 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The 158cm Burton Name Dropper size has the widest width of 25.3cm. If your boots feature shrinkage footprint reduction technology, have a very small profile, and small footprint you should be good to go.
can you get rear entry bindings with this?
Tyler M on Nov 16, 2014
BEST ANSWER: You can always get rear entry bindings with the Burton Name Dropper Snowboard.
can you get rear entry bindings with this board?
Tyler75 on Nov 16, 2014
This Burton Name Dropper Snowboard uses the Channel Mounting System, and the 2015 Flow bindings will be compatible to that. The GNU, older Flow, and Head rear entry bindings we offer will not be compatible to this board.
I am 230 LB and 6Ft 2 would the 158 be my best option?
A shopper on Nov 20, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yeah - I'm actually about the same size and have been on the '58 a bunch. LOVE the Name Dropper - just be aware that this is a Filet-o-Flex board, really soft and forgiving length-wise, but stiff enough torsionally to hold a really good edge. Off-Axis Squeezebox is really good, too, if you're riding a ducked stance for Park.