A Lineage of fresh lines.

Built on a lineage of fresh lines, the Family Tree series pursues new shapes for freeriding.

Ever since the launch in 2013, it has offered groundbreaking answers to a variety of riding styles and terrain. The mission doesn't stop at board shapes, but extends to more sustainable materials as well.

Family Tree is like a lineage of freeeride boards. Names and shapes of the boards change, taking riders feedback along the way and passing the heritage from one season to the next. Some are born with the Family Tree and leave the nest to become in line models. The Family Tree is focused on freeriding, the foundation of snowboarding, and evolving every year.


Check out all the latest Family Tree product available at Balmoral Boards here!

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In 2017 The Burton Family Tree line consists of The Landlord, Branch Manager, Landlord Split, Anti Social Split, Custom Split, Skeleton Key, Day Trader, High Spirits, Gate Keeper, Skipjack Surf, Fish, Modified Fish and Flight Attendant.

Everything we do at Burton started in the mountains.

Our connection to the environment is seamless. We chase snow in the winter, and seek adventure in the summer. The lifestyle we work so hard for is dependent on cooperation with Mother Nature. That’s why it’s so important for us to hold up our end of the bargain and reduce our footprint so that people can enjoy the mountains for generations to come. From factory audits that ensure our manufacturers meet today’s high standards, to working with organizations like bluesign® and the FSC to manage the footprint our products leave behind, Burton aims for best-in-class standards, and is always looking for creative new ways to reduce, reuse and recycle. Today on Twitter we're sharing ideas for how you can pull your weight this Earth Day and everyday. Join the conversation and share your creative approach to saving something from the landfill by tagging #BurtonSustainability.