Salty Peaks on Facebook Salty Peaks on Twitter Salty Peaks on Youtube Salty Peaks on Pinterest Salty Peaks on Instagram Salty Peaks on Spotify
Cart Cart

Burton Family Tree Freebird Splitboard [2013]

Burton Family Tree Freebird Splitboard


Additional Views: (colors may be different than pictured)

Rock out to Lynyrd Skynyrd while crusing to your favorite stash thanks to the Burton Family Tree Freebird Splitboard. The S-Rocker combined with directional taper makes the Freebird float like a dream, while the Side Effects helps you power through crud when you need to and Pro-Tip reduces swing weight for great mobility when dodging trees. If Ronnie Van Zant snowboarded, he'd be all over the Burton Family Tree Freebird Splitboard.


Please Note:

- Snowboard base graphics may vary.

- We are a small store and don't ship from a warehouse.  Many of our snowboards are display models and may show minor cosmetic wear from being handled by customers.  This could include small scratches or scuffs on the topsheet or evidence of fingerprints.  We will always contact you if there is damage that is more than cosmetic such as any damage to the base or edges.  Please contact us if you have a question about the condition of a particular board.  Thank you for supporting core shops!

Camber:    Camber Hybrid
Recommended Use:    Powder
Shape:    Directional, Tapered
Skins Included:    No
Hardware Included:    Voile Hooks/Clips Only
Flex:    Mid-Flex

Burton Feel Rating: 5


S-Rocker: Regular camber starts behind your back foot, extends to just under your front foot, then rockers up a lot in the nose for effortless float and to eliminate that back leg burn.

Pro-Tip: A tapered tip and tail thickness reduces swing weight for easier mobility.

Super Fly II Core: Stronger and lighter wood target specific areas of the core to provide pop, strength, and reduce weight. Further optimized for float in Burton’s freeride focused boards, and strength in their park-focused boards.

Dualzone EGD: The wood grain is positioned along the toe and heel edges on two continuous zones, perpendicular to the rest of the wood core, for consistent edge-hold and added strength.

10:45 Sidewalls: Aggressive rippers take note. 10:45’s extra-meaty, dual angle geometry results in bomber impact absorption.

Triax Fiberglass: Versatile flex and response for everything from mini to mega shred.

Side Effects: Lengthening the surface area at the tip and tail contact points improves edge-hold and allows the board to plane easier in powder. Enjoy a livelier feel and enhanced grip on groomers along with added float for overhead days.

Sintered Base: Durable and highly porous, get added durability and superior wax absorption for greater overall glide.

Infinite Ride: This Burton-exculsive technology allows us to maximize pop and strength by overbuilding the board, then putting it in a machine that breaks in the board for you. Whether you choose to ride Springloaded, Rocker, or Camber, rest assured that with Infinite RideTM your board will maintain its flex, pop, and feel from the first day forward, season after season.

Microfinish: Every board Burton makes is waxed, buffed, finessed, and shred-ready before leaving the factory. Their Microfinish process involves over 30 finishing steps, including an edge tune and detune, that puts the right amount of sharpness and bevel on each board to ensure the perfect finish for all riding styles and conditions.

Enduro Waxing Process: After Microfinishing comes Enduro Waxing. Each board is waxed and hot-buffed for a shiny, super fast ride right out of the shop.

Burton Freebird Splitboard Size Chart

BOARD SIZE 158cm 162cm
RUNNING LENGTH 950mm 980mm
WAIST WIDTH 253mm 255mm
SIDECUT DEPTH 17.9mm 18.7mm
SIDECUT RADIUS 6.31m 6.43m
STANCE WIDTH 560mm 560mm
NOSE WIDTH 292.3mm 295.9mm
TAIL WIDTH 285.3mm 288.9mm
EFFECTIVE EDGE 1130mm 1170mm
WEIGHT RANGE 145-185 lbs. / 66-84 kg. 165-205 lbs. / 75-93 kg.


There are no reviews for this product.

Write a Review Write a Review


Rocker VS Camber

Types of Snowboards: Freestyle, All-Mountain, Freeride, Powder

This guide will help you understand what general type of snowboard you should start with.