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Don't get it twisted, this little split packs a full size punch

The Burton Family Tree Spliff Splitboard will have you rethinking everything you thought you knew about backcountry boarding. It uses Burton's Nug Raduction tech to give you big board stability, while letting you drop 8-10 cm off your normal board size. It also gets a heaping pile of Burton's best tech to crank up the performance. But the best part is how much lighter this is than your buddy's old-school split sled, which means faster laps and bigger grins.

The Spliff starts out with Burton's S-Rocker profile, which blends camber from the tail to the front binding, with a rockered nose for float. The cambered tail not only yields powerful turns, it kicks up your traction when you're skinning back up. There's a 5mm taper to keep the nose floating when it gets deep. And the Frostbite edges bump out under your feet to act like crampons for your edges. That means more traction when you're traversing across icy and windblown sections on the way to your favorite stash.

The Squeezebox core profiling maintains a natural flex across the entire board, and it gets a boost from the flex tuned Superfly II core. Side Effects edge profiling gives you a longer effective edge than you'd typically find in a board this size, for better edge hold when you need it most. The Pro-Tip drops excess material off the nose and tail for faster spins and easier turns. Plus, with Infinite Ride you get a board that feels broken-in out of the box, and stays that way for the life of the board.

  • S Rocker (Camber from front binding through tail, rockered nose)
  • Directional 5mm taper
  • Frostbite edges
  • Directional tapered sidecut
  • Super Fly II Core with Dualzone EGD
  • Sintered WFO base
  • Splitboard binding mounts
  • Interface, skins and accessories sold separately

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Pillow Poppin on the Spliff

Pillow Poppin on the Spliff

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My homie Rico gettin sendy on his spliff! Was really impressed at how fast he could transition from skinning to riding...

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Doubted it, but love it!

I'm 6ft 175 pounds and generally ride a 155 park board. I do feel the 10 cm downsize is a little broad. The board does ride surprisingly fast and easy to weave through the trees. In the flat spots I was about the same speed as friends ridings their 155 still small for a split but thats what we like. I am riding it as my main split board, not just to mess around on. Though I will have to wait to see how it lands. Haven't really boosted on it yet, I'm sure the size will come into play then.

Anyone know this boards weight? Thanks

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Anyone know this boards weight? Thanks

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I'm seeing it listed at around 3200g.