Burton Snowboards 2019 | Reviews
From the all-mountain ready Skeleton Key to the park tuned Kilroy Process, Burton has a board for all ride styles and ability levels. Scroll down and check out our rider reviews of the 2018/2019 Burton snowboards that can be found at Tactics.
Burton Skeleton Key 2019 Snowboard Rider Review
The Skeleton Key is a directional, all-mountain machine designed for intermediate and advanced riders who want a versatile board that can carve aggressively on groomers while still being playful in powder. The Directional Camber Profile and slight taper compliment the rocker nose for the perfect balance of response and float. Despite the directional shape and camber profile, the Skeleton Key has a twin-like feel thanks to Burton's Balanced Freeride Technology. With the camber setback, and the sidecut centered around your stance, this directional setup feels just right and is ready to rip the entire mountain.
Burton Flight Attendant 2019 Snowboard Rider Review
The Flight Attendant is a directional freeride snowboard designed for intermediate and advanced riders looking to get the most out of their setup. The Directional Camber Profile provides response and control, while rocker on the nose ensures unmatched float in powder. For optimal energy transfer, the Flight Attendant features a Carbon I-Beam™ which runs down the middle of the board and provides increase pop and dampening.
Burton Deep Thinker 2019 Snowboard Rider Review
The 2019 Deep Thinker is Danny Davis' latest poppy, powder-freeride board built for more aggressive and advanced riders who seek the deeps and steeps. The stiffer flex pattern and Directional Camber Profile magnify the level of response and control, with camber towards the back and a lofty, rocker nose for float. Frostbite Edges increase the edge hold on hard pack and in icy conditions, and the tapered shape boosts the float in deep pow and helps hold a line when you're headed down a chute or into the trees. The lightweight Super Fly II™ Core features Hi-Voltage Carbon Highlights that absorb vibrations for a smooth ride over rough terrain, and the tip and tail are shaped with Pro-Tip™ technology for lighter swing weight and easier maneuverability. If you want to freeride like Danny, you have to try his signature setup.
Burton Custom 2019 Snowboard
You might recognize it from the Olympics, the tried and true Burton Custom is an all-mountain/freestyle snowboard designed for intermediate to advanced riders who like to shred a bit of everything. The directional-twin camber profile offers loads of power, pop and reliable edge hold, which is perfect for those icier mornings. The Super Fly II™ Core is extremely lightweight and features Hi-Voltage Carbon Stringers for a more aggressive flex, and Squeezebox™ technology to boost your ollie power. If you're on the search for a versatile board that kills it in the park, floats through pow, and carves through groomers like a steak knife, this board hits the mark, dead on.
Burton Free Thinker 2019 Snowboard Rider Review
Inspired by Danny Davis, the 2019 Free Thinker is a poppy, powder-friendly, ride-anything freestyle board. The twin shape and traditional camber profile give you the power and pop you need for pro-level park riding while Frostbite edges maximize grip on ice and hard-pack which helps you immensely in the half-pipe. The lightweight Super Fly II™ Core features Hi-Voltage Carbon Highlights that absorb vibrations for a smooth ride over rough terrain, and the tip and tail are tapered with Pro-Tip™ technology for lighter swing weight and easier maneuverability when riding in tight and technical areas. If you want to ride like Danny, you have to try his signature setup.
Burton Kilroy Process 2019 Snowboard Rider Review
A favorite of team rider Dru Brownrigg, the Kilroy Process is designed for all things freestyle. With a forgiving flex and camber profile underfoot, the Kilroy Process features the perfect blend of stability and maneuverability which is a must for advanced park riders.
Burton Process 2019 Snowboard Rider Review
Designed to handle all your freestyle needs, the Process is stable at high speeds and packs a ton of energy for snapping off lips and landing backseat. Subtle flat zones on the nose and tail allow for increased maneuverability at slower speeds and provide a less catchy feel overall when riding boxes and rails.
Kilory Custom 2019 Snowboard Rider Review
A bit softer than the traditional Custom, the Kilroy Custom was crafted for intermediate-to-advanced freestyle riders looking for a versatile board that can handle it all. Despite the directional shape, traditional camber underfoot provides a twin feel that packs a ton of pop and response.
Burton Day Trader 2019 Women's Snowboard
The Day Trader is a directional freeride board designed for intermediate-to-advanced riders who want a versatile ride to cruise the entire mountain on. 12mm taper provides better edge hold than most women's boards so despite it's surfy feel, this board performs great both on and off groomers.