Burton Family Tree Spliff Splitboard

Priced: $489.94 - $559.97 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Evo (2014) $489.94
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Regularly: $699.95
Backcountry.com (Fall 2013) $559.96
20% off
Regularly: $699.95
Mountain Gear $559.97
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Regularly: $699.95
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Burton Family Tree Spliff Splitboard -
Back in the day, you had to choose between big board float, and the nimbleness of a smaller board. Thanks to the Burton Family Tree Spliff Splitboard, you can skip that awful choice and have the best of both worlds. Burton tweaked the board's construction in a way that allows you to downsize a full 8-10 cm from your normal board. Skin your way to freedom with the Burton Family Tree Spliff Splitboard. *This is a factory blem board and may have slight cosmetic damage.*


  • Directional tapered sidecut
  • Interface, skins and accessories sold separately
  • S Rocker (Camber from front binding through tail, rockered nose)
  • Super Fly II Core with Dualzone EGD
  • Splitboard binding mounts
  • Frostbite edges
  • Sintered WFO base
Backcountry.com (Fall 2013)

The Burton Family Tree Spliff Splitboard will have you rethinking everything you thought you knew about backcountry boarding. It uses Burton's Nug Raduction tech to give you big board stability, while letting you drop 8-10 cm off your normal board size. It also gets a heaping pile of Burton's best tech to crank up the performance. But the best part is how much lighter this is than your buddy's old-school split sled, which means faster laps and bigger grins.

The Spliff starts out with Burton's S-Rocker profile, which blends camber from the tail to the front binding, with a rockered nose for float. The cambered tail not only yields powerful turns, it kicks up your traction when you're skinning back up. There's a 5mm taper to keep the nose floating when it gets deep. And the Frostbite edges bump out under your feet to act like crampons for your edges. That means more traction when you're traversing across icy and windblown sections on the way to your favorite stash.

The Squeezebox core profiling maintains a natural flex across the entire board, and it gets a boost from the flex tuned Superfly II core. Side Effects edge profiling gives you a longer effective edge than you'd typically find in a board this size, for better edge hold when you need it most. The Pro-Tip drops excess material off the nose and tail for faster spins and easier turns. Plus, with Infinite Ride you get a board that feels broken-in out of the box, and stays that way for the life of the board.

Mountain Gear
All your favorite park and backside board attributes rolled up into one the Family Tree Spliff Splitboard is a true cold smoke backcountry cannon.
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Base Material:Sintered
Binding Compatibility:Voile SD Pattern
Camber Profile:Reverse Camber
Core Material:wood
Edge Material:Fiberglass
Effective Edge:105.5 cm
Sidecut Radius:6.02 m
Sidewall Construction:Hybrid Construction
Stance Setback:12.5 cm
Tail Dimension:25.4 cm
Tip Dimension:28.8 cm
Waist Dimension:25.4 cm
Weight Range:140-190 lbs

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Burton Family Tree Spliff Splitboard Reviews:


A ****** Blast

Took this out for first time the other day on a small tour with the dog. Right off the bat I noticed how light it was on the up hill. Kick turns were also a breeze. The snow wasn't that great so I still a little skeptical that it will keep me floating in deep powder at 180 lbs, but the little powder stashes I found we a blast. The best part of this board was it was playful at low speeds. I hadn't ran into this yet on other splitboards, but I was able to pop off every little feature. It made for a really fun ride even when conditions were not ideal.
JP at Mountain Gear on 01/01/2014

Haters gon hate

What'a sweet board! The new top sheet is transparent and they nailed it. But the ride is all that really counts, and this one has it dialed. I rode it at an industry preview at the end of the season and it was just as stable as it's full-length, magnetraction counter parts, even on old crummy snow. Don't listen to the neckbeards going bahbahbah about the RADuction; it works, you float pow, slice crud & corn, and blast trees like Marley on a stressful day. If you try it, you won't go back.
eHyena at Mountain Gear on 11/11/2013