The little brother of the Landlord is not that small. The Burton Spliff from the Family Tree series has a short length but still a massive float as this splitboard is generally somewhat wider. Also, the edge grip is surprisingly good. For technical descents such as narrow Colouires, treeruns or rock-strewn terrain the short length comes into play and you can ride those sections playful and agil.
The smoky secret is an optimization of waist width, flex, and board shape that allows you to downsize 8 to 10cm from normal. It's as floaty and fun as the Nug; it just splits in two for open access to untracked terrain. Be warned, this mind-shifter is not for the crusty crowd, but who gives them the right to shred all our pow?
The Spliff is available in 148cm, it is supplied with hooks and clips.
Burton Splitboard Spliff Design 14-15:
Burton Splitboard Spliff Sizechart:
Burton Splitboard Spliff S-Rocker Shape:
Speed and float are your friends, and that’s what S-Rocker™ is all about. While the design specifics vary between boards, the basics are an entry rocker that extends from the nose to under your front foot, then transitions to either camber or flat between your feet. This design causes the entry rocker to lift the nose, thus improving float while maintaining momentum and stability through deep-driving pow turns and variable conditions.