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Burton Skeleton Key Snowboard 2019

$499.95

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Description: Burton Skeleton Key Snowboard

The Skeleton Key introduces itself, as the ultimate locksmith to unlock all the secrets to ripping up the entire mountain. A Directional Camber profile gives this deck all the tools it needs to pop, carve and destroy anything and everything in its path from. Whether you're racing gates or slashing fresh powder stashes, this men's snowboard allows you to handle both with its tapered shape that gives you a wider platform in the nose than it has in its tail, making for a board that is easy to turn and stays grounded in the powder. The secret lies in the core of this deck with Burton's Squeezebox core profiling that miles the core in different areas that allow this deck to have a good torsional flex and also enables it to provide a flex softer and stiffer throughout different sections of the deck. Burton's EST® comes standard with all Burton snowboard gear that offers a more natural flex this snowboard. The Skeleton Key from Burton keeps you going all season long through pretty much anything you can think to throw at it. The key to unlocking all doors to ultimate snowboard Valhalla has arrived and it can be yours by ordering it today.

Key Features of Burton Skeleton Key Snowboard:
  • Bend: Directional Camber
  • Shape/Flex: Directional [10mm Taper]/Directional
  • Core: FSC Certified Super Fly II 700G Core with Dualzone EGD, Squeezebox
  • Fiberglass/Base: Triax /Sintered WFO
  • The Channel
  • Super Sap Epoxy
  • Balanced Freeride Geometry
  • Pro-Tip
  • Infinite Ride
  • Personality: 3 - 6 (Playful - Medium)
Dimensions
BOARD SIZE 150 154 158 162
Weight Range 120-180 lbs. 120-180 lbs. 150-200 lbs. 180-260 lbs.
Running Length 1065mm 1105mm 1145mm 1185mm
Waist Width 252mm 256mm 258mm 262mm
Sidecut Depth 19.9mm 20.6mm 21.4mm 22.1mm
Sidecut Radius 7.1m 7.4m 7.7m 7.9m
Stance Width 530mm 530mm 560mm 560mm
Nose Width 296.8mm 302.3mm 305.8mm 311.3mm
Tail Width 286.8mm 292.3mm 295.8mm 301.3mm
Effective Edge 1125mm 1165mm 1205mm 1245mm
Stance Location -50 -50 -50 -50
Binding Sizes M M M M

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.


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Very happy camper
6'1" 185 lb advanced rider. Rode the 158 three days in fresh powder, packed powder, and on groomers with a big fat smile on my face. This thing is so much fun for surfy cruising. Effortless quick tree turns compared to my Custom X, easy to ride over bumps, and great edge to edge on the groomers. Only downside is it feels a tad light and loose compared to the stiffer boards I'm used to, like it might wash out at higher speeds, but that's why I bought it. Just don't go bombing steep hills until you get a feel for how far you can push this thing. Overall very very happy with this new board.
February 3, 2019
US
Age: 25-44
Purchased
1 month ago
Ability:
Advanced
Burton flagship store recommendation
after 15 years break in snowboarding (I'm a skier) I decided to get a board again. Burton flagship store recommended this board for east coast riding I like to do (hunt powder in woods, but ski groomers also) but they were sold out of this board. they said it was a shop favorite. luckily the house had it! at $499 I was surprised. enjoying it so far a few powder days and a icy day this past weekend. I do miss riding switch though, it does it, but not very good. oh well, it's fun variety for day's i'm not skiing
can't wait to look inside!
there it is!
February 11, 2019
Williston, VT, US
Age: 45-64
Purchased
1 month ago
Ability:
Expert
Burton Skeleton Key Snowboard
This board is great overall very light and capable for all terrains!
February 11, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Great board
I bought this board for my husband for Christmas with advice from one of his snowboard buddies. We are in Utah and he loves it. Good all around board and he now can even beat me on the catwalks.
January 1, 2019
Minneapolis, MN, US
Age: 45-64
Purchased
2 months ago
Ability:
Advanced

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Why did you choose this?
The-House.com Store
looking for an upgrade all mountain with better performance in powder. read multiple reviews including those provided by "the house" and thought this board would be a good fit for my riding style and ability
gary m on Jan 24, 2019
looking for an upgrade all mountain with better performance in powder. read multiple reviews including those provided by "the house" and thought this board would be a good fit for my riding style and ability
gary m on Jan 24, 2019
I've been hearing great things about this deck ever since the first model was released two years ago. An excellent addition to your quiver if you're looking for a solid pow board with high carving capability. I ordered a smaller size, 154, to maintain swift maneuverability, which matches my riding style. Awesome-looking design too. I love the notched-out tail.
Jose O on Aug 1, 2018
I've been hearing great things about this deck ever since the first model was released two years ago. An excellent addition to your quiver if you're looking for a solid pow board with high carving capability. I ordered a smaller size, 154, to maintain swift maneuverability, which matches my riding style. Awesome-looking design too. I love the notched-out tail.
Jose O on Aug 1, 2018
Which binding would be best a 158 skeleton key?
A shopper on Nov 21, 2018
what is the best burton freeride board and binding setup in your opinion.I currently ride flight attendant w/ cartel binding and it works purty good?
A shopper on Nov 21, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Heck yes. The Cartels match up really well on the SK.
Hello! I'm 5'8 170 10.5 boot. Won't be taking it into the park. What size would you recommend?
A shopper on Jan 12, 2019
BEST ANSWER: It depends how you like your ride! The two I would recommend for you would be between the 154 and 158. The 154 is going to be a little bit more playful and maneuverable with a slightly better edge to edge response. The 158 is going to be more stable, great for high speeds. The differences may be subtle, but you really can't go wrong with either! Which do you prefer?

Hope this helps!
I’d like to buy the Burton Skeleton Key. I’m 6’0” and about 173 lbs., and a novice rider. Seems I could go with any length. What do you recommend?
Viktor F on Jan 3, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The 158cm looks good!
Hey I'm 5'7" with a size 9 boot. I weigh about 190 pounds. Which size should I get?
A shopper on Jan 3, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The 158cm size would be the best size! The Skeleton Key is such an amazing all mountain board, it's well worth every cent.
I’ve read a lot of people size down on this board. I’m 6’ with size 11 boots, 200lbs. Which is right at the 158 weight recommendation. Wondering if i should go with 158 or 162?
Dan R on Nov 16, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hey Dan,
Totally up to you. For a powder slayer, I'd go 162, personally. For an all-mountain board, you could go 158cm if you wanted to!

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