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Iconic is an understatement.
The Burton Custom Snowboard is one of the most legendary freestyle boards of all time, continuously pushing the boundaries of riding innovation since its inception in '96. Continuing its freestyle dominance, the Custom features Burton's best technologies wrapped into a traditional camber, directional twin board. A favorite of freestyle slayers including Burton team rider Mikkel Bang, the cambered Custom maximizes stability and snap for riders going big across the entire mountain.
Since it's a directional twin, the Custom offers ride-anything versatility with a slightly longer nose (when it's mounted at the references) for better straight-line stability. Camber underfoot provides powerful snap that's simply not available on rocker hybrids, making it a go-to choice for slopestyle and pipe riders maximizing their amplitude. It's also more stable when you're pointing it down unruly steeps and tracking into gargantuan kickers in the park.
Inside this legendary freestyle board, the FSC-certified Super Fly II core shaves off weight for faster spins and higher airs, all without sacrificing stomping strength or longevity. It's paired with 45° Carbon Highlights for souped-up responsiveness when you're laying into deep carves and snapping from the lip of intimidating jumps. Frostbite edges extend ever-so-slightly beneath the bindings for locked-in hold and improved carving, especially in icy conditions. Also, there's a Sintered WFO base for hauling quickly across varying snow conditions throughout the season.
- Iconic freestyle board for all-terrain dominance
- Traditional camber maximizes snap and stability
- Directional twin shape for versatility across the mountain
- Medium flex is stable on bigger jumps, yet not overly stiff
- Frostbite edges maximize hold across variable snow and ice
- FSC-certified Super Fly II core is incredibly lightweight
- Carbon 45° Highlights amplify response and snappiness
- Sintered WFO base readily absorbs wax for high-speed glide
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- Q & A
Not your classic Burton Custom
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I used to have the burton custom about 9 years ago when I swapped out from a board I bought from a garage sale and freakin loved it!! This thing was my first true all mountain rip stick so when I was offered a chance to demo the newest version, I jumped on it! Going from a hybrid profile back to a traditional camber was different at first but a nice change! The channel system makes for a nice torsional flex throughout the whole board and Frostbite Edge helps on the crusty groomers a ton. The new technology in the core is something else too, I don't remember my old Custom being able to pop so well. Heck, I dont remember my old Custom being anything like this except for the camber and the shaping. This baby has been upgraded big time. If you think this is the same old traditional camber Burton Custom that Burton originally came out with, you're wrong. She's a whole-nother beast. Definitely adding this board to the quiver and you should too.
Burton's Do-All Board
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
If you've got any Burton, Custom, snowboard set up or any other gear questions, hit me up. Best way to contact me would be to email (please include the best phone number to call you at).
This is my pick for a deck for the rider that is interested in having one board to do it all. It'll lack in a few areas (when comparing against a pure pow board) but across the board it's pretty solid.
The traditional camber profile is one of the things about this board that I love a ton since it matches what I grew up riding. No funny made up awkward variable profiles. Just the camber you need to have a good time all over the mountain.
For a medium flex do-it all type boards, I think you'd be hard pressed to find one that offers a better ride. Plus the channel system offers a ton more mounting options than traditional 4x4 or 2x4 inserts.
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Shoot me an email anytime you have questions about this board or if you'd like to compare decks or work on a full snowboard set up! Best way to contact me would be to email (please include the best phone number to call you at).