Camber puts pop into skis/snowboards and gives skiers/boarders good edge control while carving turns
Often imitated, never outdone, and backed by a 20-year legacy as snowboarding’s one-board answer to all terrain.
Since its humble beginnings, innovation has defined the Burton Custom Snowboard series and set it apart as the most popular, versatile, and mimicked board in snowboarding. These days, the one-board answer to all terrain celebrates its 20-year reign with a proven formula that combines time-honored design and envelope-pushing ingredients for a lightweight, poppy, and stable snowboard that were unheard of two decades ago. Offered in two versions, the precision and stability of camber is the top choice for pros like Mikkel Bang, while Flying V™ combines camber’s power with the relaxed float of rocker for the best of both worlds.
- BEND: Camber
- SHAPE: Directional Shape
- FLEX: Twin Flex
- CORE: FSC Certified Super Fly II 700G Core, Dualzone EGD
- BASE: Sintered WFO Base
- FIBERGLASS: 45 degree Carbon Highlights
- SIDEWALLS: Frostbite Edges
- DESIGN FEATURES: Squeezebox, The Channel, Pro-Tip, Infinite Ride
Groomer: A groomer board can ride pow or park, but if you prefer one over the other, you should also consider characteristics like the board's Bend and Shape.
Happy Medium: Doesn't matter if you've been riding one day or daily for 10 years, you either want a board that rips hard and fast, or prefer a board that's more about getting loose.
Mid-Wide: Not to be overlooked, boot size not only determines binding size, but should account for a board's width. A board that's too narrow will have your toes and heels dragging. Too wide and you'll have a hard time turning.