UPDATE: Check out our review of the Burton Deep Thinker Snowboard for 2020/2021 by clicking here.
- Sizes: 154, 157, 157W, 160, 160W, 163W
- Flex: 6
- Profile: Setback Camber
- Shape: Directional
- Price: £500 / €580
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Often compared to Burton’s legendary Custom board, the Deep Thinker is a favourite for many. If you love your Burton Custom but feel that it doesn’t really go the extra mile you need it to on a powder day, the Burton Deep Thinker is here to fill that void in your heart.
Danny Davis’s signature deck, this powerful board is ready to hit up the steep and deep. The board is designed to ride anything that comes your way, whether it’s hitting the backcountry, charging groomers or ripping the pipe.
“This powerful board is ready to hit up the steep and deep”
Thanks to a directional shape, rockered nose and a slight taper, the Burton Deep Thinker is your ticket to dive deep into the backcountry pow. It will keep you afloat and turning will feel effortless. It isn’t solely a backcountry board though, with this thing delivering as well on the groomers as it does in the deep. Riding switch is no problem, and you’ll find that this camber profiled board has a lot of snap and energy to it.
The Deep Thinker is a responsive ride that flexes in all the right places. With the squeezebox core (a variation in thickness as you move from the nose to the tail) you’ll get a powerful core that improves your ollie power, while keeping the deck light weight at the same.
This is the Custom you’d want to take out in the nipple-deep, the deck that you want if you’d like to ride like Danny Davis. It’s got pop, power and is an ideal all-mountain machine. If you’re one for a more twin like shape, have a peak at Danny’s other deck – the Burton Free Thinker. Both boards have been designed by legendary street artist Keith Haring. Hang them in museums.