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Burton Spliff Splitboard


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Description: Burton Spliff Splitboard

Splitboard meets short board for a tighter way to roll in the backcountry.

Some claim smoke and mirrors, but the big gun float with small stick quickness of the Burton Spliff is the result of a Raduced profile that allows you to downsize 8 to 10cm from normal. Think of it as the stepchild of the extra-nimble Nug for a split shortboard that brings a new type of fun to backcountry features. The upgrade to The Split Channel eliminates the splitting headache associated with most splitboard setups, allowing for the easiest stance setup and adjustments possible with compatibility that works with any binding (not just Burton’s). A sustainable FSC™ certified wood core and recycled PET topsheet enhance performance and positive feelings.

Key Features of Burton Spliff Splitboard:
  • Bend: S-Rocker
  • Shape: Directional Shape, 5mm Taper
  • Flex: Directional Flex
  • Core: New Fsc Certified Super Fly II Core, Dualzone EGD
  • Base: Sintered Base
  • Fiberglass: Triax Fiberglass
  • Design_Features: Squeezebox, New Split Channel, Side Effects, Pro-Tip, Infinite Ride, New Gmp Mountain Dew Recycled Pet Topsheet
  • Pre-Mounted with Channel-Compatible Pucks
  • Rides Best with The Classic and Hitchhiker Bindings and Burton's NEW G3 High Traction Climbing Skins(not included)
  • Additional Interface Hardware Sold Separately Through
  • Diecut Base Color Combinations May Vary
  • Winner of Backcountry Mag's 2013 Editor's Choice Award


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I have a Burton fish. What should I expect differently from this board in terms of turns, speed and steeps. Can I size down from a 156(fish)? Usually board in Park City and Whistler where the mornings tend to be icy near the top runs. Thanks
Chris on Sep 28, 2016

The Spliff Split is designed to be 8-10cm shorter than normal. The suggested weight range for the 148cm Spliff is 145-185 lbs - give or take a few pounds if needed.

The Fish's tail will feel a little more thrashy and more maneuverable because of the larger taper and heavily set set back stance.

TURNS: On an edge the boards will have very similar turning radiuses because the sidecuts are at 6m for the Spliff and 6.1m for the Fish.

SPEED/STEEPS: It really depends on how fast you feel comfortable riding. The Spliff will feel more stable on groomers/hardpack because of the S-Rocker profile that has camber from behind the front binding to the tail contact point. The Fish can feel a little loose because of the Flat Top profile.

If you're looking for a icy run all mountain resort ripper check out the Burton Landlord:
How many years does the board usually last?
A shopper on Feb 2, 2016
This is a super common question... and one of the most impossible to answer. It depends on how aggressive you are, how often you go, where you snowboard (park or not), how you store it, and even luck. Burton gives a 3 year warranty.. and I can use a board for 3 or 4 seasons no problem.