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Burton Free Thinker Snowboard · 2022

Burton Free Thinker Snowboard · 2022

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The Burton Free Thinker is a board for the more advanced rider who wants a board with tons of energy. With a camber profile and a twin shape, this board will feel at home in the park, launching off a side hit, or sliding into turns.

Key Features:

  • 45° Carbon Highlights – This angle helps deliver snap and a more aggressive ride while also fine-tuning the torsional flex of the board.
  • The Channel Mounting System – Burton's binding mounting system enables the rider to adjust their stance to any width, making sure that they can ride how they want, and is compatible with all major binding brands.
  • Pro-Tip – Tapered tip and tail reduces the swing weight for easier turns.
Snowboard type
Freestyle, All Mountain, Freeride
Model year
Snowboard flex
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Snowboard shape
True Twin
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Logan K
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Reviewed Sep 14, 2021

Freestyle, all-mountain, and freeride-oriented. True twin so it will ride exactly the same either way. Traditional camber profile gives it plenty of pop, stability, and edge-hold. Still a stiffer board, just a bit less stiff than the Custom X, which makes it lock into rails a bit better. I would take this board anywhere.