Burton Mens Family Tree Hometown Hero Snowboard - Wide

RRP: £630.00
You save £189.00

All about this product



Having spent a lot of time poking around Vermont's tight trees and icy lines, Burton built the Family Tree Hometown Hero Snowboard to blast through it all. It's a daily driver with a build and materials worthy of the Family Tree name. The directional shape has enough taper to float the nose on deeper days, while the board's directional camber and flex maintain the pop to keep it lively in all conditions and terrain. Strategically placed glass stiffens up the nose and tail for bump-busting power and response.

Technical details

  • Ideal use: Snowboarding
  • Materials: Super Fly II 700G Core
  • Flex:
    • Twin flex
    • Personality
  • Laminates: 45° Carbon Highlights
  • Base: Recycled Sintered WFO
  • Terrain: Freeride / Powder
  • Profile: Directional Camber
  • Inserts: Channel inserts
  • Edges: Frostbite edges
  • Shape: Directional
  • Flex rating: 6/10
  • Width: Wide

Key Features

Ability level
Advanced - expert
Terrain type


Snowboard width
Camber profile
Mix camber rocker
Snowboard shape


Weight (g)

Other features

Ideal For
Winter sports
Product Code

About this brand


Founder, Jake Burton was a pioneer of snowboarding who campaigned to get boarding into resorts. When you’re hitting the terrain park you don’t want anything to hold you back or look out of place. Burton is a snowboarding icon whose heritage in the sport goes back to its earliest days. They have extended GORE-TEX to the main range to give guaranteed waterproofing. This collection has workwear appeal and comes in great colours and prints. Bib pants are this season’s stand out start of the Burton collection. Because they come up like a dungaree there’s no chance of snow getting in, whether you’re slashing across the steeps, or wiping out in the deep. They’re made of durable fabrics ideal for snowboarders and are designed to ensure you look your best too. There’s also a handy phone pocket on the bib chest. Jake Burton and his wife, Donna Carpenter, started their Chill Foundation in 1995. Since then they’ve worked with over 25,000 young people to help them realise alternatives to the struggles they face. Check out their sustainability messages here


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