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Burton Zip Snowboard Tool


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Description: Burton Zip Snowboard Tool

If you want to make adjustments on the fly the Burton Zip Snowboard Tool is exactly what you need. The Burton Zip snowboard tool is so light weight and compact you won''t even notice you have it. Not only does the Burton Zip snowboard tool have excellent quality, but everything comes attached so you don''t have to worry about losing any parts or pieces in the snow. This is definitely something you would want to have to make those adjustments on the hill.

Key Features of the Burton Zip Snowboard Tool:
  • Ultra-Lightweight, Pocket-Friendly Design
  • #2 and #3 Phillips
  • Flat Head
  • 4MM Allen Key
  • 10MM Wrench
  • Goggle Squeegee

Discontinued Colors

Zip Tool

4.0 / 5.0
23 Reviews
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Tightens bindings in a zip
This is the perfect tool for doing quick adjustments on the fly. The bits are easily stowed away inside the tool and they wont impale you on a nasty stack. The only con is its hard to get any pressure to do up screws tight or undo those super tight screws the shop does up for you on the odd occasion. This worthy of being your one and only tool.
June 22, 2011
Burton Tool
I found this to be a pretty good tool, great size. The screw bits, in mine at least, don't fit in very good, and are almost useless for some jobs. The wrench isn't made perfect either, in the sense that it has troubles fitting back into its place after use. Those are pretty much my only complaints that everything isn't machined perfectly, but for this price that's okay. Definitely worth looking at, this or the est tool
December 3, 2010
Great tool
I've had a Burton Zip for about the last 10 years... only replacing the first one last season. Sometimes hard to get leverage to turn, but isn't really designed as your one snowboard fixing tool. It is what it is. A small tool to keep in your pocket for emergencies. It's small, light weight, has the basics which you'll need, and flat to avoid 'falling on tool' injuries :) Has got me and others out of some sticky situations.
November 10, 2010
The size!!!
These are the best tools to carry around in your pocket. They are small and you dont even notice them and you can put the screws inside so you wont land on it. For an emergency tool its your best option.
May 30, 2011
I had a no-name version of this tool for something like 6 years, and unfortunately something happened to it last year. I was very excited when Burton released the exact tool this year. The tool has never let me down, and has saved me [and friends/family/random strangers] numerous times. If you don't have strong grip strength, or really tend to overtighten things, I can see this not being the tool for you. But, other than that, it is one that you can carry 100% of the time, and forget it's even there... Until you need it of course
March 24, 2011
Great for your pocket
This is a great lightweight, low profile tool to stash away in a pocket to use for those basic on mountain adjustments. A must hav
April 11, 2011
small and useful
This is an awesome little tool to have in your pocket! It's perfect for those on hill adjustments! It's not made to be the main tool U use, so don't use it that way. I am super glad I have one of these every time I ride
September 24, 2011
"Great, Handy in Emergencies"
This tool has saved me many times. It's very lightweight, i keep it in my jacket all the time and usually forget it's there. While it won't take the place of a good screwdriver, it saves me time on the hill because i can keep it on me at all times. Just be careful to take out the bits after you use it in the snow, or they will get rusted stuck (pull them out with pliers if this happens
November 29, 2010
Great little tool
Great little tool for on the go modifications. Has everything you need, and plus no sharp edges to poke you if you fall
February 25, 2011
Good enough
I have this and the Burton Bullet Tool, which is much better in use, but much larger. The Zip tool is very compact, I'd say as big as a Zippo lighter maybe.
I'm happy with everything, except for the lid. I find that you really have to match sure that it latches on properly, close it until it clicks
January 31, 2011

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