Get into the backcountry, be safe, and ride untouched pow all day on the Burton S-Series Snowboard.
Forget about lift lines, ticket prices, and fighting the weekend warrior. Get to where the goods are with the Burton S-Series Split Snowboard. Developed with Dave Downing, Burton touts the S-Series as the best split board in the world. For 07 the S-Series has a slightly tapered shape and 10:45 sidewalls. The new Powder Fly II core provides exceptional responsiveness and stability, while the durable sintered Vision base lets you point chutes like it's nobody's business. However, the S-Series board is just the first piece of the puzzle. To get to the remote pow you'll need the Voile Universal Binding Interface and Tractor Skins (sold separately) to get up, and avalanche safety gear and awareness to stay alive.
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Great board, new mounting hardware layout
Burton is still keeping up with their great split board design, but has relinquished the mounting system to Voile. Burton is now setting up their split boards to fit with Voile's hardware to attach your bindings to the board. So the ride is better than ever, you get 30 Years of Burton Board manufacturing technology to ride on. Voile's proven split decision mounting kit to the board to and not have to worry about coming loose or the system being jammed up with snow and ice and not working right.
If you are a back country boarder, this is the best set up you can be on in those conditions.
The burton split is a sweet ride for the backcountry snowboarder. The board weighs about as much as a Voile, but, fits together much tighter and has a better sidecut. Now we just need some more snow here in Utah.