Burton loved its new freestyle board so much, it couldn't wait until 2015 to release it. The Burton Name Dropper Snowboard has a softer flex that is playful enough to butter and jib in the park, and features Filet-O-Flex technology, meaning that it has a thin profile but still doesn't sacrifice durability or performance. The Triax fiberglass laminate flexes with and protects your board, while the Superfly II wood core offers strength in the necessary places, and it gives this board a super light feel that is fun to play around on. Off-Axis Frostbite Edges hold tightly to the snow, no matter the conditions, while the Off-Axis Squeezebox core shape puts pop in all the right spots and transfers under-foot energy to for a snappier, stable feel. Drop into your favorite chute or play around on the perfect kicker with the Burton Name Dropper Snowboard under your feet.
Rocker / Flat / Rocker Rocker at the tip and tail for a loose and playful feel, yet flat in the middle for added stability and pop while still keeping it fun - this popular snowboard profile is for jibbing and playing around in the park.
Soft Mellow, easy-to-ride, playful buttery goodness for smaller riders, jibbing the park, casual riding, or for those just starting out
Twin Flex Having a twin flex indicates that your board is perfectly symmetrical in flexibility from tip to tail so you gain a more balanced and predictable ride.
Infinite Ride™ Burton's Infinite Ride™ is designed to maximize the pop and strength of your snowboard. During the manufacturing process, the board is broken in and reconfigured to ensure that your board will maintain flex, pop and ride the same from the first day to the 100th.
Filet-O-Flex Some riders want a more flexible board without sacrificing performance. Filet-O-Flex solves that challenge with ultra-thin profiling that creates soft boards that rip with maximum stability, durability, and grip. An additional benefit is subtle suspension and underfoot padding.
Pro-Tip™ A tapered tip and tail thickness reduces swing weight for easier mobility
Superfly II Wood Core Stronger and lighter woods target specific areas of the core provide pop, strength, and reduced weight. Further optimized for float in our freeride focused boards, and strength in our park-focused boards.
Off-Axis Squeezebox This patent-pending technology improves pop and performance through the balance of thicker, more powerful core sections with thinner, more flexible sections. Rider energy is transferred outward from beneath the feet, energizing the tip and tail while making the board snappier, more stable, and easier to manipulate.
Triax™ Fiberglass Versatile flex and response for everything from mini to mega shred
Off-Axis Frostbite Edges Introduced by Burton long before all the hype about wave "serrated knife" edges, Frostbite extends out slightly beneath your bindings for tremendous edge-hold on hard, icy conditions. Powerful when you need them, playful when you don't, Frostbite Edges are hungry for hard-pack while remaining smooth, flowing, and forgiving.
Sintered Base Provides scratch-resistance and lightening-fast speed
Die-cut Base Base color displayed may not be available. Base colors may vary.
Dualzone™ EGD™ (Engineered Grain Direction) Construction The wood grain is positioned along the toe and heel edges on two continuous zones, perpendicular to the rest of the wood core, for consistent edge-hold and added strength.
Channel M6 System An exclusive Burton mounting system using a central spine for virtually endless binding adjustability. It's equipped with industry standard M6 hardware for enhanced connection to the board and further compatibility with all Burton bindings along with many others. The Channel M6 allows you to micro-adjust stance width, angle, and toe-to-heel centering with ease while at the same time dispersing energy for added rebound and snap.
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Comments about Burton Name Dropper Snowboard 2014:
Great park board from Burton. Has a softer flex that can be easily maneuvered and manipulated for buttering, but not too soft at the same time. It surprisingly feels quite stable stomping kickers in the park. Rides great all over the mountain too. The base is quite fast and while carving it seems to hold an edge very well for being in the "rocker" category. Overall, it feels very smooth, light, stable, and has just the right amount of flex for doing anything and everything in the park as well as riding groomers.