Burton boards

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This same year, Jake Burton Carpenter finished up school in New York and moved to Vermont to start making snowboards out of his garage. When he was a kid, he had been a big fan of the Snurfer, which he said he had been modifying since high school. In 1977, he founded Burton Boards, his own snowboarding company which is still successful today.
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Burton first snurfers

Burton Backyard 1983

Photo: Ilicitsnowboarding.com

Burton PowderGun 1983

Photo: Minimig

Burton Performer 1984

Photo: Josh

Burton Cruizer 1985

Burton Elite 1987

Photo: JB

Burton Hoody

Burton Safari 1989

Burton Safari Comp II / 1989

Burton Mystery Air 1989

Burton Air 1991

Burton Free 6 1990

Burton Mystery Air 1991 / Craig Kelly

Burton Mystery Air 1991 / Craig Kelly Pro II

Burton Asym Air 1992

Burton Air 1992 / 2.1, 5.1, 6.1

Burton  Kelly Air 1992 / Craig Kelly

First non-production Burton twin 1993

Burton Jeff Brushie 1993

Burton Air 1993

Burton Air Asym 1993

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Burton Kelly Air 1994

Burton Haakon Air 1994

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Burton Iguchi 1995

Burton Brushie 1995

Burton THE 152 / Designed by Terje Haakonsen 1995


Burton Twin 1995