All-mountain boards – the perfect choice for all-rounders and the indecisive

All-mountain boards – the perfect choice for all-rounders and the indecisive

created on 10.11.2017

With an all-mountain board, you’re ready for any terrain. These boards tend to be wider and directional: the binding is set slightly back, giving the board more nose. The setback makes the board more forgiving and the ride even better. This makes this type of board suitable for beginners needing to get used to boarding.

The Burton Custom is as good at the park as it is on powder. Whether you’re a pro or a total newbie, this board is a great buy.

This is an uncompromising all-mountain board, but it’s still a classic freestyle board on the inside. It can master steep terrain and high speeds just as well as any all-mountain board, but its strong uplift and corresponding stability means that it doesn’t shy away from getting airborne.

Its flexible design provides the stability to combat extreme landings or a rush of speed. Full to the brim with enough technology to make an entire IT department green with envy, the Marshal will be your go-to board for performing on any terrain.

The lightest and most popular of Burton’s women’s boards. The directional shape makes it a real all-rounder for all conditions.

The Nova binding with Blaster technology, designed specifically for women, is especially gentle on joints. It gives you the smoothest ride yet and the cross profile offers ample edge control.

Only for advanced and pro riders. Anyone else will find it difficult to tame this beast. Those who dare, though, will enjoy incredible descents.


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