Win your own customised Burton Snowboard

The prize up for grabs in this month’s Snowboard Asylum competition is absolutely amazing. The lovely folks at Burton are giving you the chance to win you very own custom designed Series 13 snowboard. In 2005 Burton introduced the Series 13 program, which allows riders to take control of the graphics that appear on their snowboard. Instead of just slapping stickers or stencils on a board, riders can customize artwork, finish, sidewall colors and base design. Upload your own image to the Series 13 website and incorporate it into the top-sheet graphic, design a one-of-a-kind laser-etched leather board, or customize your board with graphics from retro Burton designs. Nine high-end Burton models are available for customization, as are several limited-edition models offered only in Series 13. Each board also comes with a metal nameplate inlay that riders can have engraved as they wish. You don’t even have to leave the comfort of your own home to design your board – the Series 13 program is all done over the web.

The Series 13 boards are built by hand at Burton Manufacturing Center, located a few short miles from Burtons global headquarters in Burlington, VT. After the boards are complete, they are shipped to a participating Burton Authorized Dealer of your choice for pickup. A leather boardbag, certificate of authenticity and a personally signed certificate from Jake Burton are also part of the package. With Series 13 board graphic possibilities are endless.
So for you chance to win this awesome prize just let us know…


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