2013.14 Burton Snowboards
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A board that can’t be contained by terrain or conditions, the Barracuda harnesses freeride-focused S-Rocker™ and a slight taper to bring Fish-like float to the entire mountain. Not as pow-specific as the Fish or as freestyle-focused as the Sherlock, this ATV pushes the boundaries of freeride into an entirely different realm of straight shots and pillow lines. With all-wheel drive edge tech and fully directional crud-busting power, this top predator is the one to reach for in variable or unknown terrain.
Burton Juice Wagon
The way Stephan Maurer rides his Fish was the spark for this fresh-snow freestyle board. For park-precision on natural features, every element of the Juice Wagon has been designed for riders who see opportunities for air in the natural and untracked landscape. Fully directional with a moderate taper for float and flow, its camber chassis equals power, precision, and a snappy suspension. To see our inspiration, just Google “Mu and his Fish.”
With Malolo roots, the NEW Landlord revives the precise stomp and surfy feel that chargers like Terje have been asking for. New freeride geometry is the secret with setback camber and sidecut that are centered on your stance to create a twin freestyle feel when riding flat base. On edge the board turns tight and quick, with entry rocker and taper for added float and flow. More precise than the Barracuda, more versatile than the Fish, it slays natural terrain with speed and style.
The Sherlock is the solution for ripping from stash to stash, while catching a little air along the way. It slays all obstacles with deep snow float and feel thanks to a combo of rocker/camber Flying V™ and Side Effects, putting it in the freeride class of the Barracuda but with the freestyle versatility of the Custom. This pro-level deck is the one Mikey Rencz and Mark Sollors pull from the sled when filming with their crews and just like them, it needs a steady diet of fresh snow and featured terrain to stay satisfied.
Burton Trick Pony
For park riders who ride pow, the NEW Trick Pony takes tech freestyle into natural terrain with a design driven by Jussi, John Jackson, and Mark Sollors. A stepped up evolution of the Sherlock, this tweaked true twin extends Flat Top all the way out to the contact points for stepped up stability and grip from pat-down takeoff to stomped landing. It’s an evolution in Bend that’s not quite rocker or camber to give you way better control and ollie power in either direction, while still letting you float effortlessly with a centered stance.
Since 1995, innovation has defined the Custom series. Now the one-board answer to all terrain adds Carbon Highlights to the mix for drastic weight-savings, crisper pop, and deluxe handling when piloting through the mountain’s mixed bag. Camber is the top choice for pros like Nicolas Müller and Mikkel Bang, while Flying V™ combines camber’s power with the relaxed feel and float of rocker for the best of both.
Backed by Kelly Clark and Hannah Teter, the Feelgood™ is the defining force in women’s snowboarding. Carbon Highlights are the biggest bonus, shaving serious weight while making the board more playful and lively from tip to tail. Available with the precision of camber or the rocker-infused freedom of Flying V™, it’s a perfect match for aspiring pros or just riders who thrive on a little friendly competition.
Burton Deja Vu Flying V
The Deja Vu Flying V™ lets you tame the entire trail map again and again. Experience easy float in powder with the overall rocker design, yet stay locked in when things get sketchy thanks to empowering camber underfoot and the cushioned control of Smooth Ride™. NEW Side Effects give Kimmy Fasani the added float she needs when filming heavy jump lines in the backcountry, while the all-wheel-drive edge control of Overbite Frostbite is a must for Cilka Sadar when competing on technical terrain.
Burton Day Trader
From first chair to backcountry bootpack, our women’s freeride shape on the NEW Day Trader rides with confidence in everything from deep conditions to steep, technical terrain. Developed with Kimmy Fasani, this tapered, directional board is designed to explore the off-piste with ease. Flat Top between the feet enhances stability and control, while the early rise kicks create the effortless rocker float. Premium in every respect, it includes Carbon Highlights for ultra-lightweight, added snap, and smoother handling.