- Price: €580
- Category: Freeride + Powder
- Sizes: 150, 154, 158, 162
- Flex: 3-6/10
- Shape: Directional
- Profile: Camber / Setback Camber
- 3D: No
- Base: Sintered
Why we chose the Burton Skeleton Key Snowboard: Proof that all-rounders don’t have to be dull. This one is fun, versatile, and sporting an eye-catching tail shape.
What’s in a name? Well, when on the hunt for your new ride, a model’s moniker can often tell you a lot about what to expect from it. Case in point: the Burton Skeleton Key; a veritable access-all-areas pass in snowboard form. [NB: this is no hard-and-fast rule. Whitelines accepts no responsibility if you buy a Jones Hovercraft and aren’t able to buzz around like Marty McFly in Back to The Future Pt. II].
Ben Ferguson had a hand in the original design, so for those keen to channel even a speck of his do-it-all approach to the mountain, look no further.
“Case in point: the Burton Skeleton Key; a veritable access-all-areas pass in snowboard form”
Who Is The Burton Skeleton Key For?
Riders that tend to gravitate towards directional or true twin shapes, but don’t actually spend a great deal of time in the park or riding switch, are missing a trick – and this could be the shape to which you should shift. The Burton Skeleton Key will stay afloat in the deep, but it scores high on groomers too.