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      Burton Snowboards Burton Snowboards have been in our range from day one. We ourselves started back in the day with the Burton Elite and the Safari. For that period already progressive and ahea...

      Burton Snowboards

      Burton Snowboards

      Burton Snowboards have been in our range from day one. We ourselves started back in the day with the Burton Elite and the Safari. For that period already progressive and ahead of the competition. Burton Snowboards has been at the forefront of snowboarding for years. The brand was founded in 1977 by Jake Burton Carpenter. This makes it one of the oldest brands in the snowboard scene. Many of today's developments come from Burton Snowboards, which is why it is still the choice of many snowboarders around the world. Nowadays, Burton Snowboards not only has snowboards, but also a whole line of snowboard clothing, snowboard boots and snowboard bindings. 

      Burton Snowboards makes snowboards for every type of snowboarder. Whether you're an inveterate freestyler or a piste cruiser.... whatever board you want, Burton Snowboards has it. Countless types have already passed the revue, but some boards keep returning to the collection. Burton Snowboards makes sure that every year the boards are improved or upgraded with new technologies. Special snowboard lines are developed for men, women and kids. Whatever Burton Snowboard you choose, Burton delivers a mix of experience and technology.

      Burton snowboards have a rich history

      Little came of studying during Jake Burton Carpenter's youth. Born in 1954, the American has been fascinated by the sport of skiing from an early age. In his youth, there was only skiing. So when Jake gets a Snurfer (small board with a string) for his birthday, a new world opens up for him. Meanwhile, there is a surfer called Dimitrije Milovich who develops the same Snurfer into a full-fledged snowboard, the Winterstick. Jake, too, sees an interest in making a better product than the Snurfer. That Jake Burton has more marketing skills than Dimitrije Milovich ensures that Burton is now known as the inventor of snowboarding. That honour should be given to Dimitrije Milovich. But all that aside.

      Burton Snowboards started in a small garage in Vermont. The Burton Backhill was the first model sold under the Burton Snowboards banner. The board had a rubber strap and a string. The first year Jake sold 300 boards; the following year it was a thousand. To grow the sport, areas had to admit snowboarders. Besides producing snowboards, Mister Burton went out of his way to allow snowboarders into winter sports areas. In 1982, Suicide Six in Vermont was the first area to allow snowboarders. This was soon followed by many other areas and today snowboarders have become an integral part of the piste scene. 

      Since its garage days, innovations have followed in quick succession. More boards are added to the collections and factories are opened in Vermont, Europe and Japan to meet the growing demand worldwide. Burton's innovations are a patent book full, but for example the twintip, fixed insert patterns, the channel, specific construction of the wooden core, bindings with infinite adjustment possibilities and the cap strap are just a few examples.

      Not surprisingly, many famous riders come from Burton Snowboards. Names like Craig Kelly, Jeff Brushie, Terje Haakonsen and Shaun White are all snowboarders who have worked with Burton to take their products to the next level. This way, Burton Snowboards is and remains in constant motion in search of the ultimate ways to make the best snowboard products. In 2012, a new research and development centre opened in Vermont named after Craig Kelly. Here, cutting edge machines ensure that ideas from paper can quickly become reality by using, for example, high-end 3D printers which can produce instantly usable prototypes.

      What's new this winter at Burton Snowboards and what have they come up with again in Vermont. It is often thought that there is no more development in snowboarding. Below, we sum up what Burton has put into their boards this year. The terms will blow your mind and we will try to explain it as simply as possible.

      The most important development is in the profile of the snowboards. This is where most of the future developments will take place. One new technology is Burton's Squeezebox. In short, it means that the board varies in profile height over the length of the board. The aim is to make the board feel softer underfoot and stiffer in the nose and tail. This results in a board that reacts better to your input and shows a better flex in a turn. It comes in three different variants.

      Burton Snowboards Technology

      Squeezebox High
      In this variant, the power of the board is in the nose and tail of the board. This results in a board with snappy riding behaviour. Lots of POP (rebound of the board) and response to your input. This variant is built into the Burton CustomX, Feelgood and the Feelgood Flying V.

      Squeezebox (normal)
      Here the variation in height is less than in the High variant. This makes the boards more forgiving, stable and therefore easier to control. The normal Squeezebox is in these boards, among others. Flight Attendant, Custom, Custom FlyingV, Barracuda, Trick Pony, Process, Easy Livin, Custom Twin, Deja Vu, Lip-Stick.

      Squeezebox Low
      This is the most forgiving variation of the system and is mainly used in Burton's entry-level boards. It makes the boards more forgiving and therefore perfect for the learning snowboarder. Among others in the Blunt, Name Dropper and Social. Also check out the video below.

      Off Axis
      Especially for pure twin snowboards where the rider stands with his heel side on one side of the board, we developed the OffAxis shape. As it were, the flex patterns under the feet run diagonally in the direction of the foot position. So if you ride duck stance 15/15 then you have to remember that the thickenings run along in that direction. Get it. Just look at the picture and it will become clear. In any case, it results in a more natural flex pattern which results in more grip and connection with the board during jumps and landings. Sits in the Burton Custom Flying V, Custom Twin, Process Off Axis and Name dropper.

      Green
      Dont destroy what you came to enjoy is a famous saying. Burton is also joining the trend of greener production. The Family Tree line uses FSC-certified wooden cores. Besides this development, a lot of material is recycled in the factories or, for example, burnt to heat the premises.

      Pure Pop Camber
      An evolution in the traditional camber shape. The Pure Pop has flat zones in the profile just on the outside of your foot position. This gives the board more pop and makes what usually feels like a stiff camber a bit more playful. So the benefits of a camber combined with the advantages of a rocker board.

      Off-Axis Frostbite Edges
      Been in Burton Snowboards for a while now, but worth mentioning. Frostbite edges, under a magnifying glass, look like they look like bumps sticking out at the bindings. This "bump" provides grip on hard snow and or icy conditions.

      SuperFly II Core, DragonFly Core, Super Fly core, Fly Core
      This refers to the wooden core of the board. A wooden core at Burton is composed of several variations of wood. This also includes the EGD, which means that wood is placed crosswise in the core to better convert the pressure of the bindings into power on the board. The Dragon Fly Core consists of 500 wood parts. This results in weight savings, more strength and better response. This core is built into the custom x.

      Flex
      Burton snowboards use two shape types. The pure twin and the directional shape. The twin is used if you want to go backwards as fast as forwards. Is also more suitable for freestyle or all-mountain freestyle. Directional is often progressive directional, which means that the flex stiffness increases towards the back. This results in a board with lots of grip, a nose that stays up in the powder and a board that will carve well on the piste.

      Buy Burton snowboards and bindings!

      In our shop in Oostvoorne or Zevenhuizen, you can see and feel the Burton Snowboard collections. Feel free to ask for advice when buying a product. Or order online. Burton Snowboards and other products above 50 euro will be shipped for free in the Netherlands and Belgium. 

      If you want to know everything about Burton Snowboards and its developments, check out the Burton website

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      Burton Snowboards

      Burton Snowboards

      Burton Snowboards have been in our range from day one. We ourselves started back in the day with the Burton Elite and the Safari. For that period already progressive and ahead of the competition. Burton Snowboards has been at the forefront of snowboarding for years. The brand was founded in 1977 by Jake Burton Carpenter. This makes it one of the oldest brands in the snowboard scene. Many of today's developments come from Burton Snowboards, which is why it is still the choice of many snowboarders around the world. Nowadays, Burton Snowboards not only has snowboards, but also a whole line of snowboard clothing, snowboard boots and snowboard bindings. 

      Burton Snowboards makes snowboards for every type of snowboarder. Whether you're an inveterate freestyler or a piste cruiser.... whatever board you want, Burton Snowboards has it. Countless types have already passed the revue, but some boards keep returning to the collection. Burton Snowboards makes sure that every year the boards are improved or upgraded with new technologies. Special snowboard lines are developed for men, women and kids. Whatever Burton Snowboard you choose, Burton delivers a mix of experience and technology.

      Burton snowboards have a rich history

      Little came of studying during Jake Burton Carpenter's youth. Born in 1954, the American has been fascinated by the sport of skiing from an early age. In his youth, there was only skiing. So when Jake gets a Snurfer (small board with a string) for his birthday, a new world opens up for him. Meanwhile, there is a surfer called Dimitrije Milovich who develops the same Snurfer into a full-fledged snowboard, the Winterstick. Jake, too, sees an interest in making a better product than the Snurfer. That Jake Burton has more marketing skills than Dimitrije Milovich ensures that Burton is now known as the inventor of snowboarding. That honour should be given to Dimitrije Milovich. But all that aside.

      Burton Snowboards started in a small garage in Vermont. The Burton Backhill was the first model sold under the Burton Snowboards banner. The board had a rubber strap and a string. The first year Jake sold 300 boards; the following year it was a thousand. To grow the sport, areas had to admit snowboarders. Besides producing snowboards, Mister Burton went out of his way to allow snowboarders into winter sports areas. In 1982, Suicide Six in Vermont was the first area to allow snowboarders. This was soon followed by many other areas and today snowboarders have become an integral part of the piste scene. 

      Since its garage days, innovations have followed in quick succession. More boards are added to the collections and factories are opened in Vermont, Europe and Japan to meet the growing demand worldwide. Burton's innovations are a patent book full, but for example the twintip, fixed insert patterns, the channel, specific construction of the wooden core, bindings with infinite adjustment possibilities and the cap strap are just a few examples.

      Not surprisingly, many famous riders come from Burton Snowboards. Names like Craig Kelly, Jeff Brushie, Terje Haakonsen and Shaun White are all snowboarders who have worked with Burton to take their products to the next level. This way, Burton Snowboards is and remains in constant motion in search of the ultimate ways to make the best snowboard products. In 2012, a new research and development centre opened in Vermont named after Craig Kelly. Here, cutting edge machines ensure that ideas from paper can quickly become reality by using, for example, high-end 3D printers which can produce instantly usable prototypes.

      What's new this winter at Burton Snowboards and what have they come up with again in Vermont. It is often thought that there is no more development in snowboarding. Below, we sum up what Burton has put into their boards this year. The terms will blow your mind and we will try to explain it as simply as possible.

      The most important development is in the profile of the snowboards. This is where most of the future developments will take place. One new technology is Burton's Squeezebox. In short, it means that the board varies in profile height over the length of the board. The aim is to make the board feel softer underfoot and stiffer in the nose and tail. This results in a board that reacts better to your input and shows a better flex in a turn. It comes in three different variants.

      Burton Snowboards Technology

      Squeezebox High
      In this variant, the power of the board is in the nose and tail of the board. This results in a board with snappy riding behaviour. Lots of POP (rebound of the board) and response to your input. This variant is built into the Burton CustomX, Feelgood and the Feelgood Flying V.

      Squeezebox (normal)
      Here the variation in height is less than in the High variant. This makes the boards more forgiving, stable and therefore easier to control. The normal Squeezebox is in these boards, among others. Flight Attendant, Custom, Custom FlyingV, Barracuda, Trick Pony, Process, Easy Livin, Custom Twin, Deja Vu, Lip-Stick.

      Squeezebox Low
      This is the most forgiving variation of the system and is mainly used in Burton's entry-level boards. It makes the boards more forgiving and therefore perfect for the learning snowboarder. Among others in the Blunt, Name Dropper and Social. Also check out the video below.

      Off Axis
      Especially for pure twin snowboards where the rider stands with his heel side on one side of the board, we developed the OffAxis shape. As it were, the flex patterns under the feet run diagonally in the direction of the foot position. So if you ride duck stance 15/15 then you have to remember that the thickenings run along in that direction. Get it. Just look at the picture and it will become clear. In any case, it results in a more natural flex pattern which results in more grip and connection with the board during jumps and landings. Sits in the Burton Custom Flying V, Custom Twin, Process Off Axis and Name dropper.

      Green
      Dont destroy what you came to enjoy is a famous saying. Burton is also joining the trend of greener production. The Family Tree line uses FSC-certified wooden cores. Besides this development, a lot of material is recycled in the factories or, for example, burnt to heat the premises.

      Pure Pop Camber
      An evolution in the traditional camber shape. The Pure Pop has flat zones in the profile just on the outside of your foot position. This gives the board more pop and makes what usually feels like a stiff camber a bit more playful. So the benefits of a camber combined with the advantages of a rocker board.

      Off-Axis Frostbite Edges
      Been in Burton Snowboards for a while now, but worth mentioning. Frostbite edges, under a magnifying glass, look like they look like bumps sticking out at the bindings. This "bump" provides grip on hard snow and or icy conditions.

      SuperFly II Core, DragonFly Core, Super Fly core, Fly Core
      This refers to the wooden core of the board. A wooden core at Burton is composed of several variations of wood. This also includes the EGD, which means that wood is placed crosswise in the core to better convert the pressure of the bindings into power on the board. The Dragon Fly Core consists of 500 wood parts. This results in weight savings, more strength and better response. This core is built into the custom x.

      Flex
      Burton snowboards use two shape types. The pure twin and the directional shape. The twin is used if you want to go backwards as fast as forwards. Is also more suitable for freestyle or all-mountain freestyle. Directional is often progressive directional, which means that the flex stiffness increases towards the back. This results in a board with lots of grip, a nose that stays up in the powder and a board that will carve well on the piste.

      Buy Burton snowboards and bindings!

      In our shop in Oostvoorne or Zevenhuizen, you can see and feel the Burton Snowboard collections. Feel free to ask for advice when buying a product. Or order online. Burton Snowboards and other products above 50 euro will be shipped for free in the Netherlands and Belgium. 

      If you want to know everything about Burton Snowboards and its developments, check out the Burton website

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