Ready to take a rip through time with Burton? Discover 45 years of Burton history wrapped up in one iconic collection, including four legendary snowboards and sweatshirts that pay homage to the most iconic Burton boards of all time. Quantities are limited, and once they're gone, they're gone for good. Don't miss your chance to own a piece of snowboarding history.

The 1987 Elite

Head back to the future with the board that kicked snowboard progression into high gear. The 1987 Elite!

1987 was a monumental year; Guns n Roses released Appetite for Destruction, The Simpsons aired for the first time, and the Burton Elite Series launched. Our humble beginnings were all about progression - this was one of the first boards built specifically to help riders boost their skills.

Reimagined with modern materials, this thing rips! It's a medium-flex Directional Flat Top with 20mm Taper which makes it exceptionally easy to turn while floating well in the deep stuff. 

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The 1995 Kelly Air

A board designed by Craig Kelly, the four-time world champion turned reclusive freeride - what more can you ask for? The Kelly Air Screaming Tree has CK vibes all over. This is a piece of history commemorating Craig's style and vision that pushed Burton to the next level of big mountain performance.

Keeping the original shape with moderm materials, The Kelly Air features directional camber with an aggressivedirectional flex. This is your next all-mountain weapon

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The Burton 1996 Dolphin

27 years ago, Burton made a commitment to the sport of women’s snowboarding with the release of their first women’s pro model with rider Shannon Dunn. The Dolphin was designed with women’s specific performance in mind—to help smaller riders go even bigger in the pipe! This laid the groundwork for women’s specific hardgoods seen in the industry today.

The Burton 1996 Dolphin shares the original graphics & shape for an authentic ride, with modern materials & channel system. A true twin with traditional camber and medium flex, the Dolphin is ready to rip the park or surf the waves of the mountain.

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The Burton 2011 Nug

Before shape for shape's sake was cool, the Burton Nug set new standards for a what a small board could do. The Nug is light and lively, easy to throw around, surprisingly floaty, poppy, and stable at speed. This was fun, irreverent, and people flipping loved it.

Good things come in small packages, and the 2011 Burton Nug Snowboard put big power in a small board. The Nug's design forever changed perceptions of length and shape. This retro edition board has the same mellow sidecut, long effective edge, plus lots of pop and control that defined the original, all with a modern layup. The full reverse camber profile gives you the most catch-free ride possible. There's nothing else like the Nug!

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