The Absolute Guide to Burton Snowboard Camber Profiles
Here you will find technical explanations and diagrams of the different camber profiles offered by Burton snowboards enabling you to understand the different features and benefits so you can pick a board perfect for your style of riding.
Burton positive camber profile. An advocate of powerful turns and poppy precision, camber speaks to the core values of board design. Offering a snappy suspension, camber distributes weight evenly over the entire length of the board for a smooth, continuous edge control from tip to tail.
Burton purepop camber profile. An evolution of traditional camber shape, the NEW PurePop camber profile features subtle flat zones just outside your feet to amplify pop and add playfulness to the snap and response of camber. Early rise tip and tail sections spin and float with a catch-free feel.
Directional Flying V
Burton directional flying v camber profile. In deep snow, speed and float are your friends and that's what Directional Flying V is all about. While the design specifics vary between the boards, the basics are and entry rocker that extends for the nose to under your front foot, then transitions to either camber or flat between your feet. This design causes the entry rocker to lift the nose thus improving float while maintaining momentum and stability through deep driving pow turns and variable conditions.
Burton flying v camber profile. A blend of camber and rocker performance, Flying V™ offers the best of both worlds. Rocker overall, including between and outside your feet, enhances playfulness and float. Underneath your feet, subtle camber zones focus edge-control for crisp snap, added pop and powerful turns.
Burton flat top camber profile. Rising rider or seasoned pro, keep your game high and tight with Flat Top. A flat profile between the feet means stability, better balance, and continuous edge control. The tip and tail kick up with an early rise outside the feet for the catch-free, loose feeling you'd expect from rocker.
Burton directional camber profile. A blend of rocker and camber in the nose combines float and control while camber under the back foot drives with power and stability. This camber profiling will ensure you nose wont sink in powder but will also provides plenty of stability and pop.
Directional Flat Top
Burton directional flat top camber profile. A flat profile overall and a rocker nose provide this camber profile with a steady stability and effortless float that is needed on the deepest of powder days.
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