2015 Burton Kid’s Kit

It’s such a better time today to teach the kids how to shred.  The equipment today is light-years ahead of what we first learned to ride on.  Gone are the days of ski overalls and cotton thermals, too.  Today the youth get the same technology and features that the adults have and even the same outerwear, but scaled to fit.  Teaching the youth to ride may come with its own set of challenges, but I guarantee that if they are comfortable in their outerwear and really dig their board and their boots fit properly, it makes all the difference.  Burton has always looked out for the kids, and they have some of the best youth equipment available.   This Kid’s Kit is perfect for the fist timer or the kid who is training in the Junior Worlds Team of snowboarding.  Contact us and let us help you build the ultimate setup for your lil’ buddy!

2015 Burton Grom Boot:
Defiantly the most important thing for a young rider to have are a good pair of boots.  If the boots are uncomfortable, then the day is already over.  Get your future shredder started on the right path with the Burton Grom Boot.  Oversized Shred Ready Velcro straps get the kiddos out on the mountain faster, while 3M Thinsulate insulation keeps them warm and dry all day long.  The super cushioned kid’s DynoLite outsole provides better balance, traction, and comfort.  And, as a bonus, the Room-To-Grow footbed will accommodate the next shoe size up, since we all know kids grow so fast!

2015 Burton Mission Smalls Binding:
It’s here!  The binding of legend, redesigned with flex and fit fine-tuned for younger rippers.  Built with the same blueprint of dependability as its big brother, the Mission YouthSmalls gives kids a lean, mean, all-around shreddin’ machine. The pro-grade straps and ergonomic team-issue hi-backs are a first for kids bindings…while ample cushioning softens everything from kiddie slopes to cliff drops and park laps.  Just as good as the bindings you own and perfect for the little ripper in your life!

2015 Shaun White Smalls Snowboard:
The Smalls is a downsized version of what Shaun White himself rides.  It’s also easy to handle thanks to the added V-Rocker!  The Shaun White Smalls is a logical step for riders who’ve outgrown the Chopper and Chicklet, but aren’t quite ready for the competitive edge of the ProTest.  The Burton Shaun White Smalls is forgiving, fun, and ready to tackle all terrain with equal fury.

Burton Boy’s Fray Jacket:
Settle any conflict between style and function with the boy’s Burton Fray Jacket.  Plaid options keep the lumberjack look on lock, while storm-proofing is stepped up for kids who spend all winter outdoors.  Targeted insulation keeps groms toasty in all the right places while promoting mobility for strapping in and shoveling.  A secure sound pocket, helmet-friendly hood, and snow-blocking waist gaiter round out the performance of a jacket that’ll work just as well off-hill, too.

Burton Boy’s Exile Cargo Pant:
For team riders and rookies alike, the boys’ Burton Exile Cargo Pant is an everyday winner with its classic style, midweight warmth, and extra weatherproof/breathable DRYRIDE 2L fabric.  Low-profile Thermacore insulation keeps the heat cranked for all day (and night) sessions.  Inner thigh vents prevent overheating, boot gaiters battle building snows, while lots of pockets mean you’re always prepared.  Check the laundry list of standard features—this pant is stacked!

 

2015 Burton Kid's Pick

2015 Burton Kid’s Pick

 

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