At this time we are prioritizing the health of our employees and will only be offering ground shipping. We are fulfilling orders as efficiently as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience in delayed shipments.
Free Economy Ground Orders Over $50
The health and well-being of our employees and customers is our top priority. Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic we will only be offering ground shipping at this time and are fulfilling orders as efficiently as possible. Please expect 3-6 business days for most shipments. We apologize for any inconvenience.*
We are temporary unable to ship any items to Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico.
All eligible orders will be shipped with a 3-6 day delivery. Free Economy Ground shipping is only available in the contiguous lower 48 states (excluding AK, HI, international orders, PO boxes and APO addresses and excludes all oversized items such as Bikes, Wakesurfers, Surfboards, Paddleboards, Water Trampolines and Car Racks.) If billing and shipping address are different allow 1 additional day for delivery.
A number of items require special shipping and handling due to their larger size. Some examples are Bikes, Wakesurfers, Surfboards, Paddleboards, Water Trampolines and Car Racks.
If you need further assistance please contact our customer service department at 866-243-6932
Shipping rates are available in the shopping cart based on delivery location
1. You will receive an Order Confirmation / Email (within 15 min of submitting the order)
2. Economy orders typically ship within 2-6 business days. Expedited orders ship same day (placed before 2 P.M. CST) or the next business day
3. Shipping Confirmation Email with a tracking number once your order ships
Please Note: during busy season (Nov through Jan) economy orders can take longer to process.
Burton is synonymous with snowboarding. Starting in a Vermont barn, Jake Burton styled the first Burton snowboards by hand, created the world's first snowboard factory, and then moved mountains to get the sport on its feet. Today Burton supports world-class boarders like Shaun White, Danny Davis, Kelly Clark, and Mark McMorris. Year after year, Burton innovates, sets new standards, and embodies the snowboarding lifestyle.
It was the 60's and Jake Burton Carpenter was one of thousands of kids to get hooked on the Snurfer, the first known form of modern snowboarding. While it may have been a toy, Jake saw the possibilities of doing something different. When he saw that no one was really doing anything to promote or improve the Snurfer, Jake began making and riding the first true snowboards. In 1977, the world's fist snowboard factory was begun in Londonerry, Vermont.
In the first few years, snowboarding struggled as a sport. Ski areas were reluctant to open up to snowboarders and Jake had to lobby hard to get some local areas to agree. The slow but sure opening of eastern ski areas led to growth for the sport and became a major factor in Burton's product innovation.
Burton has also made strides in terms of their sustainability. For example, the wood that is used in the core of their snowboards is made from “responsibly harvested wood that meets the standards of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). As well as an effort to reduce the amount of packaging that accompanies their products. Another interesting attempt at sustainability made by Burton is their attempt to reuse boards that are beyond repair, by repurposing the materials into unique items within the company and within communities. In relation to true sustainability, Burton attempts to make goods that last.
Burton is now the leader in snowboards and snowboarding equipment and apparel. It is the most sought after and prestigious brand on the slopes and is the ride of choice for many of the world's top snowboarders, including Olympic champion Shaun White. The Burton team doesn't just use the products they develop, they feel responsible for them. Burton innovation, quality, and that elusive "leadership” are what make Burton the premier snowboard brand that it is today.