Burton Zip Tool

Priced: $9.93 - $12.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 12 reviews.
Burton Zip Tool
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The Burton Zip Tool leaves you with no excuse for being unprepared on the hill. The ultra-compact shape takes up almost no space, yet it includes all the tools needed for adjusting or repairing your setup. A bonus built-in goggle squeegee helps you remove frozen powder from your goggles without scratching them like a lotto ticket.


  • Bits and wrench fit inside the Zip tool


  • Ultra-Lightweight, Pocket-Friendly Design


  • Ergonomic case even features a squeegee for wiping goggles, and the 10mm wrench doubles as a bottle opener
  • 4MM Allen Key for Snowdeck™ Hardware
  • Burton products are available only for shipment within the United States.
  • Flat Head
  • Includes #2 and #3 Phillips screwdriver bits, flathead, 4mm Allen key and a small 10mm wrench

The Burton Zip Tool is an ultra-compact tool designed for instant on-hill adjustments. This compact lock features everything you could need while on the mountain, with two Phillips screwdrivers, an Allen Key, a bottle opener, a 10mm wrench, and a goggle squeegee.


The ultralight Zip snowboard tool from Burton is so compact you won't notice it in your pocket. Make all kinds of on-the-hill adjustments with the Zip.


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We all have maintenance issues while in the backcountry, so make sure you are prepared with Burton’s Zip Tool.

Ultra-compact for on-the-fly adjustments.

Fits in your pocket and no more sitting at the tool bench line waiting for Johnny two-plank to finish tweaking his Dynastars.

Ultra-compact for on-the-fly snowboard adjustments.

• #2 and #3 Phillips.

Christy Sports

 2 and 3 Phillips.
 10MM Wrench.
 4MM Allen Key.
 Flat Head.
 Goggle Squeegee.
 Ultra-Lightweight, Pocket-Friendly Design

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Dimensions:2 x 1.5 x 0.5 inches
Material:ABS plastic/nylon
Weight:4.5 ounces

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Burton Zip Tool Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Love this tool! Super slim and small (the thickness of 2 casino poker chips), bits all store inside of tool so nothing to stick you when you fall. Good for binding adjustments, re-positioning if needed and also nice goggle squeegee saves you on those icy mist days that doom any goggle. All you need for an on mountain tool (Not a tool for tuning) Great for what it is. I ride a lot of days each season being a snowboard instructor and have had it in my pocket now for 4 seasons. Love it!!

Thaddeus OConnell at Backcountry.com on 12/13/2010

In my opinion, it is the best gloves-on tool you can find for the money... It works great, packs small, and really only works well with gloves on. I mean you can use it without gloves, but it really is meant to be used with gloves on which is perfect when the wind is howling and your binding is broken. Tip: Attach to lanyard or retractable leash so it doesn't get lost in POW!! Ride on!

matt at Backcountry.com on 02/08/2011

Love this tool, fit's in those super small pockets. I have had one of these for 6 years and take it every time I go out, it works great, it's super compact so not to worry about falling on it. It's great for simple on mtn adjustments.

Thaddeus OConnell at Backcountry.com on 12/01/2011

Great tool. All I will ever need for adjusting my bindings. On the lift, the ice scraper on the side actually helped to clean the snow off my goggles.
The tool is magnetized so the bits will stick to the tool.

fattyrecca1482864 at Backcountry.com on 12/29/2010

This thing has saved me so many times, it's a perfect tool to take with you. Super small and light, has everything you need for a quick fix. I don't go without it.

Evan Tougas at Backcountry.com on 02/15/2011

I carry this with me every day. Very small, very handy, just watch out for the bit- it's only held in magnetically. Definitely one of the handiest tools around!

Collin Quinn at Backcountry.com on 04/14/2011

Awesome very usefull, easy to use highly recomended.

WIL4107799 at Backcountry.com on 12/21/2010

Negative Reviews:

You would think that whoever designed this tool would have at least tried to adjust a pair of Burton EST bindings with it. Apparently that is not the case as the side of the tool will hit the side of the binding and make it almost impossible to turn. I'm usually very happy with Burton products, but this one is a total dud. For $10 go to the local hardware store and get a good screwdriver.

asu4444848 at Backcountry.com on 01/26/2011

not worth the money. it breaks easily and its not comfortable at all.

Omri Shafran at Backcountry.com on 01/18/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Very small light weight and compact tool. This is a great pocket tool. One thing is that it does rust over time and the goggle squeegee scratched my lens. But when your ready to drop and notice your binding is loose this is where it really counts. You will not notice it in your pocket.

Luckyduck at Backcountry.com on 01/07/2012

this WAS a good tool the first 2 moths i had it. after that, the bits started to rust and the bits didnt fit in the hole at all, they fall right out. it doesnt take up much space in your pockets but its not worth the $10 to just fall apart later on.

ben shaw at Backcountry.com on 10/28/2010

This has the necessary tools for adjustments mid-mountain, but you gotta have thin fingers and menace grip to pull out the tools. Sometimes I just wait until I'm at the bottom of the hill to borrow a couple screwdrivers from someone else. Also, don't drop the bits, they'll be lost in snow.

Jeff Foster at Backcountry.com on 02/11/2011