The history of Burton snowboard gear and Burton clothing runs parallel to the history of snowboarding itself. In 1977, Jake Burton began hand-making Burton snowboards in his spare time. A year later, he quit his full-time job and started the first Burton snowboard factory, based in the living room of a small Vermont farm house. At the time, snowboarding wasn't even considered a legit sport; but by 1982, Burton had convinced the Suicide Six Ski Resort to open its doors to riders, becoming the first resort in the U.S. to allow snowboarding. ... Learn more about BurtonBurton has become the world's leading manufacturer of snowboards, snowboarding jackets, clothing and boots. ... Less
Reviewed by GP the Snowboarder from New York on Thursday, June 25, 2015
These are literally the standard against which all other bindings should be judged. They come out the box compatible with any board ever sold in the US. Great price, amazing response, and complete adjust-ability. Why would you not grab these?
Reviewed by Buck Buttafuocco from New Mex on Sunday, June 21, 2015
I'm not sure what the name of the type of adjuster this cap has (not the snapback style) but as soon as I saw it I knew it wouldn't work for me. My head is on the small size and I've never encountered one of this style that fit me (too big at smallest adjustment). It has a nylon slide with "teeth" mounted on the hat and the strap adjusts to it by pressing a little button and sliding. At smaller sizes it bunches together the two sides in the back and it looks goofy. if you have a big noggin this shouldn't be an issue though. It would be a great hat for me if it weren't for that.
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