Leave behind the cattle herd in the liftline. Save yourself the hassle of the sled and the gold card crowd with their cats and helis. Seek solitude and an untracked canvas with the Landlord.
Burton Landlord 14-15
Leave behind the cattle herd in the liftline. Save yourself the hassle of the sled and the gold card crowd with their cats and helis. Seek solitude and an untracked canvas with the Landlord. Rising to the top with S-Rocker™, tapered shaping, and Side Effects for enhanced floatation, the Freebird is more than just a choice; it's a way of life.
Developed with Terje Haakonsen it has the new Balanced Freeride Geometry. That means it runs at more severe conditions like a twin tip and when it comes to powder, the tail drops and the tip comes up. So the Burton Landlord Splitboard is very versatile and promises huge fun to ride.
The S-Rocker contributes to good float and edge hold. Also on the ascent the camber under the bindings supports edgehold and improves performance.
With the newly developed Voile pucks and the Burton Channel System, the annoying stance setting (setting of the binding angle) is over. Now it is possible within a short time to change your angle and find your perfect stance.
Design Burton Landlord 2014-15:
Splitboard Burton Landlord 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.
Characteristics Burton Landlord Split:
In the following video, Rob of Burton Europe presents the new Landlord splitboard and the Burton Hitchhiker binding.