Check out the first part of a 4 part online series that Burton is doing this year. Should be a ton of great footage from all styles of riding.
Here are some of the boards seen in this video and where to find them.
It's all a process when you are out on the mountain. Now with the Burton Process Flying V Snowboard, you can make that process a little easier. Whether you are getting down in the park or just cruising the mountain, the Burton Process is there to progress your riding to new heights. Loaded with Burton tech, from Flying V™ to Squeezebox, this board is ready for everything the mountain has to offer. Don't look down because your are headed to the top with the Burton Process Flying V Snowboard.
Burton Family Tree Fishcuit
The Burton Family Tree Fishcuit Snowboard is no minnow and deep days are no match for this trophy fish. With Nug Raduction™, the Fishcuit is meant to be ridden 4 to 8 cm shorter than your normal board, meaning that it will still be plenty stable to shred the pow in tight trees. This ain't no fast food filet-o-fish, get out on a Burton Fishcuit and surf some freshies.
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Burton Family Tree Trick Pony
This pony is ready to get tricky in the powder. The Burton Family Tree Trick Pony Snowboard wants to spin, jib, bonk anything in the pow and stomp those tricky switch pow landings. With a flat to rocker profile and a twin shape, the Trick Pony is a floaty, stable, fun deck that will take you on a wild ride. Gitty up cowboy!
(It looks different from these pictures for the following reason: Jeremy is a Mormon and for his own reasons wanted a different base on his snowboard.)
Smarter than your average board with a design built specifically around a park rider’s stance. A collaborative effort with Jeremy Jones and Zak Hale, the Parkitect offers a new breed in park performance. Off-Axis is what makes the board so nasty. This tweak in technology achieves the ultimate dialed setup with the core profiling of Squeezebox and grip of Frostbite Edges shifted to match the angles of your typical park rider’s stance. The result is better toe and heel edge grip, natural flex around the bindings, and a smoother feel during take-offs and landings. Burton Parkitect Snowboard 2014 this snowboard has a traditional Camber profile the Off-Axis tweaks technology to achieve the ultimate dialed setup. The core profiling of Squeezebox and edge enhancement of Frostbite are shifted to match the angles of your typical park rider’s stance. The result is better toe and heel edge grip, natural flex around the bindings, and a smoother feel during take-offs and landings. the Jumper Cables Hi-Voltage give extra pop, this snowboard also benifits from Infinite Ride
With your incredible powers of deduction, my friend, you should have concluded by now that the Burton Sherlock Snowboard is the ideal vehicle for freestyle pow slashing. With Burton's Flying V™ and Side Effects, you don't have to be a detective to navigate your way through pillow lines and cliff drops. Factor in the Super Fly II™ core, Triax fiberglass weave, sintered base and 10:45™ edges and the decision becomes, well, elementary!