Burton Snowboards and Snowboarding Boots. Find your flow with a board and a pair of boots that let you take advantage of any trail in your path. A combination of responsiveness and flex will be your secret weapon. Burton's snowboards are made to last, and the graphics are awesome... some bright and colorful, others classic! Our favorite board, because of its features and good looks, is Family Tree Fish Split. It's their most iconic pow board with its surfy double swallowtail, deeply tapered shape, and rocker float. Their snowboarding boots are our favorites and there are so many to choose from, depending on what your needs are. We love the Driver X and for good reason... it's the most responsive and surefooted boot in snowboarding. They will keep your feet warm while wicking away sweat, and they are so comfortable as well.
We love these snowboards and boots...
Family Tree Fish Split Snowboard. The original surfy short board, designed by artist Takuya Yoshikawa, is split in two for deep backcountry fishing missions. As the most iconic pow board in the Burton lineup, it was only natural for our shapers to filet the Burton Fish in search of the ultimate splitboard. Designed for dropping in first on the deepest days, the combination of a surfy double swallowtail, deeply tapered shape, and rocker float ensures the Fish Split keeps rising to the top. The Channel enables rapid mounting and virtually unlimited stance options, eliminating the splitting headache associated with most splitboard setups.
Process Flying V Snowboard. Take your freestyle further with the snowboard Mark McMorris chooses for lightweight performance and action-packed pop. Re-evolved to shed ounces and amplify pop, Mark McMorris picks the Burton Process Snowboard for its twin freestyle playfulness and all-terrain prowess. The FSC Certified Super Fly II core creates a lighter, lift-off-ready deck, while Squeezebox core profiling transfers energy towards the tip and tail for snappier ollies and effortless stability. Available in two versions, choose the relaxed and floaty Flying V or precise control of camber, both updated to feature a more blunted out tip and tail shape. Softer than the Custom, the Process snowboard is suited to the freestyle rider, but still capable of all-mountain action as evidenced by the pros who push it.