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Powerful when you need it, fun when you don't. The Pro-Tip means that the nose and tail are less thick, thus reducing weight and improving handling. Profile The PurePop Camber profile is made up of very subtle flats on the outside of the bindings that maximize pop and add agility to the rigidity of the camber. Early rise sections in nose and tail to facilitate floating and avoid snagging. Flex The Twin Flex is perfectly symmetrical from nose to tail, which provides greater versatility when going from switch.
Featuring Dualzone EGD close to the edges in two continuous zones, perpendicular to the rest of the core, for consistent edge grip and added strength. The Squeezebox profile also enhances the pop and performance of the board thanks to the perfect balance of thicker and stronger core sections, mixed with thinner and more flexible sections.
The rider's energy flows from the footwell to the outside, making the nose and tail more responsive and the board more stable and easier to handle. Triaxial fiberglass offers versatile flexibility and response. The Sintered Outsole offers great durability and wax absorption for the best glide. Burton's exclusive Infinite Ride technology allows this brand to maximize pop and resistance, creating a fairly stiff board, which is then softened at the factory to perform perfectly from day one.
Your board will maintain its flex, pop, and precise feel from day one to last, season after season. This table is also available in a "Wide" version. The wide boards also provide greater floatation on the powder.
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Turn Initiation : Nice quick snappy turn initiation that we all had fun turning. Not as bad as some of the old early camber rides but there is still a lot of consequence compared to hybrid camber and hybrid rocker. Uneven Terrain : Pretty good here and it handled the messy resort snow we rode in without any complaints.
Then there would be almost no reason to miss the older hybrid rocker model. Switch : Very doable switch and it is about what you would expect for a twin-ish board with a centered stance. It does favor nose first riding a little better though. Pipe : I took a lap through a flat lit icy pipe with some messy snow at the bottom and even with those bad conditions it did very well.
So did Jimbo and he liked it there too. In softer conditions, it would be pretty special. Submit your product review. Weight Feels Light Split No. Flex Medium. Medium Snow. See all prices ». We try to get as many images of the Burton Antler, but forgive us if they're not all there. Burton Antler User Reviews. Submit your review. Check this box to confirm you are human. If you can't buy through the links above, you can support the site with: or Become a Patron! Powder Poor. Squeezebox: There are a few variations of this, but all versions are some amount of core profiling.
Basically there are thinner and thicker sections of the core, which help to lighten the board, make it stronger in some areas, and more flexible in others. One of their most famous models, the Custom has been around since and is a very good balanced board that can do a bit of everything. Being such a popular board, it comes in two versions — the camber version for more aggressive riders, and the Flying V see below which is an easier to ride, hybrid option.
It has a slightly directional shape, with a longer nose than tail, but a twin flex, which means that the nose and tail have the same stiffness. The Camber version uses a traditional camber bend, which means that the camber runs all the way to the contact points, giving the board a very direct feel, with good edge hold and a springy, poppy ride. Read my review of the Burton Custom.
The Flight Attendant is made to be an all terrain board, that will float in powder as well as it will hold an edge on groomed runs. The Directional Camber profile gives the board camber under your back foot for a stable and solid feel, while the rocker on the nose helps for float in powder, as well as making the start of turns smooth and natural.
The Freeride Directional Shape is what gives the Flight Attendant its unique feel, with the setback stance 35mm , longer nose, short tail and 10mm of taper wider nose than tail. The directional flex means that the tail is stiffer than the nose. Read more about the Flight Attendant. The stiffer, more aggressive big brother to the Custom, it is lighter, quicker and probably the least forgiving in the Burton lineup.
Like the regular Custom, the Custom X has a traditional camber bend, a slight directional shape and a twin flex. The core is the upgraded Dragonfly core, which takes off around g of weight. There also is the Custom X Flying V details below that is much easier to ride. Read my review of the Burton Custom X. The Process has the PurePop bend, which means that it is mainly a camber board, but with flat sections at the nose and tail to give it a bit more forgiveness, an easier ride and less of the catchy feeling you can get on full camber boards.
A true twin shape, and flex, with a decent price make it a good option as a park board. It is quite a popular model, so it also comes in the Flying V version below. More info on the Burton Process. This is the easier to ride version of the Custom, which puts rocker between your feel, with camber towards the nose and tail of the board.
The rocker section helps makes turns easier, reduces the catchy feeling and the camber sections help to give you some grip and edge hold. Read more about the Custom Flying V. Just like the Custom Flying V above, this version of the Process is the easier version to ride, that is less aggressive and feels a bit softer because of the rocker between your feet.
More info on the Process Flying V. The Ripcord is a soft and easy to ride beginners board, that is designed to help get your skills up as quickly as possible. This is probably the weirdest board in the whole range. They have taken the high end, lightweight and aggressive performance board, and given it their easy to ride Flying V bend. Everything good about the board — the pop, stability and edge hold are all toned right down with this bend.
This is like having a Ferrari and having it drive itself. That, or just lean it outside the bar so everyone can see it. More info on the Custom X Flying V. One of my favourite boards from Burton, the Skeleton Key has all the ingredients that make the Custom so good, but with a more fun, directional shape that still rides everywhere really well.
Directional Camber gives it a very solid feel while you are riding fast, with plenty of pop from the stiffer tail. Turns are smooth and easy, with the rocker on the nose as well as the 10mm of taper all helping. Although not really a full wide board, it would at least count in the mid-wide section, the waist widths are a little wider than normal, so there is a bit of extra float, and less toe and heel drag if you have bigger boots.
Read my review of the Skeleton Key. It has almost the exact same ingredients and features as the Custom — same camber, same core, same base. One difference is that the Free Thinker is a little bit narrower, so it has a very quick feel turning edge to edge — it feels very responsive. Lightweight, poppy and very fun to ride. Read my review of the Free Thinker here. The directional option — it has a lot of the same ingredients as the Free Thinker, but with a directional shape, directional camber and a directional flex.
The Directional camber puts rocker on the nose, which combined with the 7mm of taper will help if naturally float in powder, and make turns smooth and easy. Read my review of the Deep Thinker here. This one was called the Mystery Skeleton Key in the southern hemisphere, but for everyone else it looks like it has a new name.
I am not sure what is going on, but the Mystery version Australian has a g core, while this XX version looks like it has been downgraded to the slightly heavier g core from the Custom X. I loved the original Skeleton Key, so I can only guess that I would like a lighter, faster version even more.
If I had piles of cash just sitting around, maybe then I could justify the huge price. Find out more about the Skeleton Key XX. The cost of the board is kept down with the construction — it has a heavier g core and biax easier to twist fiberglass. Watch my video review of the Kilroy Twin.
A new model this year, the Kilroy 3D has the Purepop bend, with one difference — the contact points corners are lifted or bend up and out of the way, for a looser, more playful feel. The PurePop bend will still give that camber feel, but the flat sections on the nose and tail combined with the 3D base will make it very loose and buttery. Read more about the Kilroy 3D. This one is based on the Stun Gun, but takes on the Kilroy name and is a bit cheaper with a slightly heavier core. The directional shape and 12mm of taper will make it float in deep snow, as well as make turns smooth and easy.
Read my review of the Kilroy Pow. It just comes in one size — cm and has the flat to rocker profile, with a large 25mm of taper. Read more about the Backseat Driver. The Fish 3D is made for the super deep powder days, the flat to rocker profile with the 3d shaping on the nose and tail is designed to get a very loose, floaty and surfy feel.
Everything is added to get more float — the short tail, long nose, 30mm of taper and the sintered base to keep moving quickly on flat spots. The Name Dropper is one of the board that is going to be the good choice if you want a park board, and especially if you want to ride a lot of rails. Compared to the Name Dropper, I think that the Paramount is a bit closer to a park board that is aimed a little more at jumps.
Full camber rather than PurePop gives it better edge hold, as well as more pop when combined with the slightly stiffer flex. It has a lighter core, faster base and a price jump to match the features. More info on the Paramount here.
The Descendant is a good board for intermediate riders, who want a board that will ride as well in the park as well as the rest of the mountain. It has a good balance of features, without a super high price. PurePop camber gives it a solid feel without being as catchy as full camber, and the sintered base will keep it moving fast. Biax fiberglass means that you can twist the board and move it around without much effort, and the twin shape and flex will suit riding or landing switch tricks in the park.
Read more about the Burton Descendant. The Instigator is a soft flexing, easy to ride entry level board. The directional shape means that the nose is slightly longer than the tail, and the 5mm of taper means that it will want to turn smoothly and naturally. More information on the Burton Instigator. This is the womens version of the Custom, so if you hear good things about the Custom, then they will apply to this board as well.
Some small changes in the fiberglass are aimed to help lighter riders by giving it a softer torsional twisting flex, but still staying strong for regular riding. More information on the Feelgood. The Rewind is a soft flexing, camber board that is going to be a good option for riding in the park.
It has the Filet-O-Flex design, which means that it has thin and thick sections, that are made to give it easily flex where you need it, and strong where it needs to be. The PurePop camber gives it the good parts of camber, without the catchyness feeling you can get.
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The Burton Instigator PurePop Camber Snowboard is the same relaxed and forgiving ride you know and love, but with the added snap of a cambered mid-section. I went with the Pure Pop which features camber between your feet and rocker on both ends, making it a bit more versatile in my mind. This board. My girlfriend is retiring her cm burton custom Flying V because she hates the loose feel of it on the snow and believes a flat or camber.