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burton family tree split snowboard. terje haakonsen.


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The Burton Landlord was developed specifically for powder riding with a 17 mm taper head to tail. Featuring a rocker in the front and camber underfoot. Great shape to keep you afloat in the powder as you flex it down in the middle as you are mid – turn punching it really hard. Introducing the channel system, you are able to slide your Spark bindings in on the mountain with a single hand for quick touring to riding transition – and a limit-less possibility of stances for effortless powder riding to aggressive dowhill. With the channel system so versatile, you can get your stance dialed in better than with any binding system on the market. The board comes in at $800 – which still a deal compared to other split boards out there. So if you are a powder greedy rider who wants the freshies all day long, this is you new best friend.

The Burton LandLord was designed by Terje Haakonsen. Featured at the 2013 Outdoor Retailer Show – Burton showcased not only the leading cutting edge splitboard designs with efficiency touring to riding conversion (aka, get you from hiking to riding faster), but blew expectations out of the park with binding compatibility innovations that will advance splitboarding to a whole new level. Featured in the Burton 2014 Collection the Burton Landlord Splitboard has the signature style and stealth – but unique is the clever integration with the Spark Binding with the Internal Pin System.

· Pre-Mounted with Channel-Compatible Pucks.
· Rides Best with The Classic and Hitchhiker Bindings and Burton’s NEW G3 High Traction Climbing Skins.
· Diecut Base Color Combinations May Vary.
· price: $799 usd

producer: burton
period: 2014
award: Winner of Backcountry Mag’s 2014 Editor’s Choice Award

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