Burton Ration Restricted - 2012


The Burton Ration Restricted might not be the highest tech snowboard, actually it’s verging on being the least tech but damn is it cool. Dialled for rail riding everything is kept to absolute basics; there’s a low camber profile, biaxial glass and an extruded base… yep that’s not exactly inspiring or cool. What is however are the Flat Kicks which can be cut down into any shape you like and the edges are rail ready tuned so you can take the Ration out of the wrapper straight down the handrail outside the shop you bought it from.

Manufacturer's Description:

Save the glitz and glam for the weekend warriors. Raw and uncut, the Burton Ration offers pure shred for the park dark horse. True twin, bulletproof, and Rail Ready™ right out of the wrapperóit offers pure performance at back alley prices with sizes that swing both ways to satisfy dudes and chicks. Not raw enough? With Clip Tips, you can even choose to cut the tip and tail into whatever twisted shape your heart desires. Double Swallow Tail, shark tooth, super blunted or just leave them as isóthe only limits are your imagination and your ability to cut a straight line.

Recommended for park riding.

Recommended for rail riding.

Low cost $

Camber Construction.

Twin Shape.

Year: 2012

Available Lengths (cm):
139, 144, 148, 152, 155, 157

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


Camber profile
Fly wood core
10:45 Sidewalls
Biaxial fibreglass
Clip Tips
Extruded base
Twin shape
Flat Kicks
Rail Ready Tune

Burton Ration Restricted

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