Burton Snowboards 2010-2011

23 Jun, 2010


Burton continues to be a leading force in the snowboard industry with their offering of snowboards built around every rider in mind; for backcountry, park, pipe, freeriders or just beginning snowboarders.

Their 2010-2011 Burton snowboard offer the springloaded Flying V with rocker/camber, V-rocker with rocker and camber for the traditional camber roots.

Burton Whammy Bar

Features:  A jib focused park board, the whammy bar combines the buttery looseness and float of V-rocker with the convex base tech of mid spoon between your bindings.  Featuring Hi-speed quad package, the channel, V-rocker, twin shape, twin flex, superfly core with dualzone EGD and negative profile, dual density biax, sintered base, rail ready tune, 10:45 sidewalls, mid sizes, mid spoon, scoop ellip kicks, pro tip and infinite ride.

Sizes:  153 MID, 150, MID, 155 MID, 157 MID

Burton Whammy Bar Marley Colab

Burton Process V-rocker

Features:  Built around the demands of filming legend Jussi Oksanen and contest threat Charles Reid, the new process V-rocker has shredding’s full spectrum covered with a hi-speed quad package, the channel, V-rocker, mid-wide, twin shape, directional flex, super fly core with dualzone EGD and negative core profile, triax fiberglass, sintered base, frostbite edges with grip and rip tune, 10:45 sidewalls, smooth ride, new jumper cables, scoop, pro tip and infinite ride.

Sizes:  152 MID, 155 MID, 157 MID, 159 MID, 162 MID

Burton Sherlock

Features:  Combining the best of rocker and camber, freestyle and freeride, it’s a shock absorbing, all natural jib and jump machine that floats like a dream.  Features the gondola package, the channel, flying V, twin like shape, directional flex, super fly II core with dualzone EGD and negative profile, triax fiberglass with carbon I-beam, sintered base, frostbite edges with grip and rip tune, 10:45 sidewalls, new side effects, smooth ride, pro tip, infinite ride.

Sizes:  154, 157, 160, 163

Burton Joystick

Features:  Pushing V-rocker into unfamiliar territories the joystick balances a forgiving feel with high speed stability and frostbite edge for added control on ice.  Includes the gondola package, the channel, V-rocker, twin like shape, directional flex, super fly II core with dualzone EGD and negative profile, triax fiberglass with carbon I-beam, sintered base, frostbite edges with grip and rip tune, 10:45 sidewalls, mid and wide sizes, new jumper cables hi-voltage, scoop, ellip kicks, pro tip, infinite ride.  Artist:  Dave Kinsey

Sizes:  150 MID, 154 MID, 157 MID, 161 MID, 156 Wide, 159 Wide, 163 Wide

Burton Fish

Features:  A decade of powder days and the fish keeps getting fresher, rocket propelled WFO base and new 164cm powder shark  the Terje and JG designed Fish is built for speed and tapered more than any board in the line.  Gondola package, the channel, S-rocker, Directional (30mm taper), directional flex, super fly II core with dualzone EGD and negative profile, triax fiberglass with new carbon I-beam, sintered WFO base, grip and rip tune, slimrail, swallowtail, ellip nose kick, pro tip and infinite ride.  Downsize 3-6cm from normal board length.

Sizes:  156, 160, 164

Burton Married to the Mob Collab

Burton Hero

Features:  A favorite for team riders Marko Grilc and Mark Sollars – The OG of V-rockers is now even poppier thanks to new jumper cables hi-voltage and featuring hi-speed quad package, the channel, V-rocker, twin like shape, twin flex, super fly core with dualzone EGD and negative profile, triax fiberglass, sintered base, frostbite edges with grip and rip tune, 10:45 sidewalls, mid and wide sizes, new 162cm wide, new jumper cables hi-voltage, scoop, pro tip, and infinite ride.

Sizes:  149 MID, 152 MID, 155 MID, 158 MID, 152 Wide, 155 Wide, 158 Wide, 162 Wide

Burton Ration

Features:  The new ration offers pure shred for the park dark horse with features like double chair package, camber, twin shape, twin flex, fly core with negative profile, biax fiberglass, extruded base, rail ready tune, 10:45 sidewalls, flat kicks and new clip tips, includes a free LTR lesson & lift ticket package at select resorts.

Sizes:  139, 144, 148, 152, 155, 157

Burton Easy Livin Flying V

Features:  Developed by Danny Davis and a favorite of many team riders, the easy livin features the gondola package, the channel, flying V rocker, twin shape, directional flex, super fly II core with dualzone EGD and negative profile, dual density triax fiberglass with new lightning bolts, sintered WFO base, frostbite edges with grip and rip tune, 10:45 sidewalls, mid sizes, elliptical kicks, pro tip and infinite ride.

Sizes:  152 MID, 155 MID, 158 MID

Burton Method

Features:  In search of the next level of weightlessness and performance, Burton gave their R&D team free reign to explore exotic materials and constructions never before considered for nsowboarding with the heli package, ultrameth construction, the channel, Flying V, directional shape, twin flex, alumafy core with multizone EGD and negative profile, S2 methodskin with carbon I-beam, methlon base, stainless frostbite edges with grip and rip tune, slimrail, pro tip and infinite ride.

Sizes:  155, 158, 162

Burton T7

Features:  The next step for Terje, the T7 is built upon a legacy of speed, snap and accelerated airtime which features like tram package, the channel, camber, directional shape, directional flex, alumafly core with multizone EGD and even profile, triax fiberglass with new lightning bolts hi-voltage, sintered WFO, stainless frostbite edges with grip and rip tune, slantwall, smooth ride, pro tip, infinite ride.

Sizes:  156, 159, 162

Burton Malolo

Features:  The malolo lets guys like Terje spin off cliffs and kickers, lay it sideways and blast from stash to stash with uncompromised flow and precision with features like the gondola package, the channel, S-rocker, directional (20mm taper) shape, directional flex, super fly II core with dualzone EGD and negative profile, sintered WFO base, triax fiberglass with new carbon I-beam, grip and rip tune, 10:45 sidewalls, new wider waist width, pro tip, infinite ride.  Downsize 2-4cm from normal board length.

Sizes:   149, 154, 158, 162, 166

Burton Custom Flying V

Features:  Driven by the pipe and park prowess of Mason and backcountry domination of Mads, the new Custom Flying V revolutionizes all-mountain performance by strategically combining the overall radness of rocker with the snappy suspension of camber under each foot.  Featuring gondola package, the channel, springloaded Flying V, Twin flex, directional shape, super fly II core with dualzone EGD and negative profile, triax fiberglass, new lightning bolts and carbon I-beam, sintered WFO base, frostbite edges with grip and rip tune, 10:45 sidewalls, wide sizes, pro tip and infinite ride.

Sizes:  148, 151, 154, 156, 158, 160, 163, 155W, 158W, 162W

Burton Custom Camber

Features:  From cliff drops to park laps, pow, pipe or rail session, the custom is a long time team favorite featuring gondola package, the channel, camber, directional shape, twin flex, super fly II core with dualzone EGD and negative profile, triax fiberglass, new lightning bolts, carbon I-beam, sintered WFO base, new frostbite edges with grip and rip tune, 10:45 sidewalls, wide sizes, new progressively wider waist widths, pro tip and infinite ride.

Sizes:  151, 154, 156, 158, 160, 163, 158W, 162W, 165W

Burton Custom (left) & Burton Supermodel (right) base graphics

Burton Women’s Snowboards

Burton Fortress (Women’s)

Features:  Conquer the whole mountain with the NEW Fortress – hands down the highest performance, lightest weight women’s board we’ve ever built and ridden by podium powerhouse Kelly Clark.  Features tram package, the channel, camber, directional shape, twin flex, dragonfly core with multizone EGD and negative profile, Vaporskin with triax fiberglass, new lightning bolts hi-voltage, carbon I-beam, sintered WFO base, frostbite edges with grip and rip tune, slim rail sidewalls, smooth ride pro tip and infinite ride.  Artist:  Maya Hayuk

Sizes:  147, 151, 154

Burton Feelgood Flying V

Features:  For rippers searching out kickers, popping off pillows and carving circles across the mountains, the Feelgood Flying V delivers with the gondola package, the channel, Flying V, directional shape, twin flex, super fly II core with dualzone EGD and negative profile, triax fiberglass with new lightning bolts and carbon I-beam, sintered WFO base, frostbite edges with grip and rip tune, 10:45 sidewalls, pro tip and infinite ride.

Sizes:  140, 144, 149, 152, 155

Burton Feelgood Camber

Features:  Hannah Teter’s hooked on the feelgood, it’s got the total package – a shred everything shape, fast base and mid range flex that feels great whether playing around or pushing the limits.  The feelgood features gondola package, the channel, camber, directional shape, twin flex, super fly II core with dualzone EGD and negative profile, triax fiberglass with new lightning bolts and carbon I-beam, sintered WFO base, frostbite edges with grip and rip tune, slantwall sidewalls, pro tip and infinite ride.  Artist:  Alex Trochut

Sizes:  144, 149, 152, 155

Burton Blender (Women’s)

Features:  A jib focused park board that combines the new mid spoon with the buttery and forgiving feel of V-rocker for an entirely new realm of catch free fun.  Includes Hi-speed quad package, the channel, V-rocker, twin shape, twin flex, super fly core with dualzone EGD and negative profile, triax fiberglass, sintered base, rail ready tune, 10:45 sidewalls, new mid spoon, scoop, pro tip, infinite ride.

Sizes:  137, 141, 145, 148, 151, 154

Burton Deja Vu (Women’s)

Features:  The new deja vu represents that irresistible urge to live the most epic moments over and over again and features hi-speed quad package, camber, twin shape, directional flex, super fly core with dualzone EGD and negative profile, triax fiberglass, sintered base, frostbite edges with grip and rip tune, 10:45 sidewalls, smooth ride, pro tip, infinite ride.

Sizes:  146, 151, 154

Burton Lip-stick Flying V

Features:  Gabi Viteri gets high on the lip-stick and so can you with hi-speed quad package, the channel, flying V, twin shape, directional flex, super fly core with dualzone EGD and negative profile, triax fiberglass, sintered base, frostbite edges with grip and rip tune, 10:45 sidewalls, new 141cm size, new jumper cables hi-voltage, new scoop, ellip kicks, pro tip and infinite ride.

Sizes:  141, 145, 149, 152, 154

Burton Social (Women’s)

Features:  Giving up and coming rippers the upper hand, the social’s soft forgiving feel gets multiplied by combining the catch free feels of V-rocker and cruise control.  Features the double chair package, cruise control, V-rocker, twin shape, twin flex, fly core with negative profile, biax fiberglass, extruded base, frostbite edges with rail ready tune, slantwall, new softer flex, new jumper cables, pro tip.  Includes a free LTR lesson & lift ticket package at select resorts.

Sizes:  138, 142, 147, 151

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From the beginning of time, I was Shannon. From the beginning of snowboarding, I was Shay. From the beginning of online communities, I was Shayboarder. In the end, I’m the writer, photographer, editor, publisher, guru of sorts, product tester, curvy girl, and most importantly the snowboarder behind it all. Follow me on this journey through snowboarding, mountain biking, traveling and fun experiences!

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8 Comments

  1. Phil
    June 23, 2010

    Burton has so many ridiculous acronyms and commercial sounding trademarks for every basic feature of a snowboard that it just runs counter to everything about Vermont, honesty, nature, and the roots of snowboarding that you wonder who is running that company. For so many talented people to let the “market lead you” instead of leading the market is just ridiculous. It’s just like a bar owner who listens to every customers opinion on what format of music will make his club busy. Have a vision of your own, believe in it and stick to it and you will have a “love mark” like Apple instead of commodity brand like Burton. Clearly if they can’t afford to keep their team riders they cant afford to hire the caliber of executive talent necessary to fulfill the vision or potential Burton once had. This company would make a good case study for the Harvard Business Journal. Raise some money Jake and get yourself a Steve Jobs while your brand still has opportunity.

  2. Allannn
    June 23, 2010

    Ive gotta ask, whats with the Elvis suit?

  3. lee
    June 25, 2010

    They had a Vegas theme at their SIA booth in Denver.

  4. Mala
    July 08, 2010

    why u hatin on burton phil, yo i hate guys like you always tryna bring the succesful peeps down, think about it for a second, burton are sponsors for nearly half the ttr events across the world and mostly the 6star events that allow the top riders to compete on a high level, there’s always gotta be a top dog whether you like it or not, Burton riders again people hate on white n kazu, They might not be the best riders in the world but they bring in results and set the standards what more do you want? Go back to forum jackass hater, Custom and process rock, And a shout to the sweet talker! the ladies boards this year are clean i’m jealous!

  5. geoff
    August 22, 2010

    Can you give me a price for the burton sherlock 155?

  6. August 22, 2010

    Geoff, the burton snowboard site is live with the 10-11 snowboards and the price is $489.95

  7. Francis
    January 01, 2011

    Hi Shay,
    Hope a Good and Happy New Year for you 😉
    Also when you have time, to get your hand on, and try yearly release 2012 of Burton. Squeezebox tech like: Nug 150 (I did try the 146 was good but a bit small for me)
    Or even better the Custom Flying V Squeezebox 158 (will like to try this one, looks solid)
    Squeezebox of Burton seems to be a good direction for Burton in the future, I hope after they get a bigger version of the Frostbite for better Ice holding but, I think they are getting their too…
    Thanks