Burton now has two splitboards in the Family Tree series, the familiar Freebird and the new Spliff.
Both boards are equipped with hybrid construction and therefore combine the advantages of camber and rocker, good edge hold and floatation.
The Burton Freebird is available in the length of 158 cm and 162 cm, both splitboards are backcountry oriented and promise great freedom in different snow conditions. No waiting at cablecars or crowds that hassle one's ability to enjoy nature.
The Burton Spliff is the little brother of the Freebird. According to the description of Burton. With the Spliff Splitboard you have the same floatation and edge hold like with a longer board, at a short length of 148 cm. At technical terrain or tree runs you have gained some advantages. A shorter board obviously has advantages in weight and maneuverability, too.
The secret is a greater width, optimized flex and running Length.
Both splitboards are priced in the normal segment of € 700.00 for the Spliff and € 800.00 for the Freebird. They come without skins and interface, just clips and hooks are inclueded. The images are taken from burton.com.