Burton Gril Master Video Review 2024
Burton Gril Master Snowboard Basics
The Gril Master is a tribute to the late Burton team rider Marco Grilc. The board features traditional directional camber with a 15mm taper in the tail for powering out of turns and floating in powder. The medium to aggressive directional flex allows you to easily maintain control and charge through any snow condition. It features Burton's patented Superfly 2 700-gram core with Dual Zone EGD, providing consistent edge hold and strength on all Burton boards. The Channel binding mount system allows you to fine-tune your stance width and angles.
Burton Gril Master Snowboard Tech Details
|Sizes (cm)||140, 145, 150, 155 [Tested], 155W, 160, 165|
|Rocker/Camber Profile||Directional Camber|
|Flex Rating||5 to 8 (Medium - Aggressive)|
|Core / Weight||Light Superfly 2 700 gram core with Dual Zone EGD|
|Laminates||Triax Infused with 45° Carbon Highlights|
|Binding Compatibility||The Channel|
Who is the Burton Gril Master Snowboard Best For?
The best board for a rider looking to take it all on. Trees, steeps, groomers, and park laps. For those who like to turn, catch air, and track pow. This board is for the raddest of Dad's and rippy rippers who smile while they glide.
Burton Gril Master Test Notes
"I was definitely stoked on the board. What I really liked how fun and playful it was in every condition. In deep snow, you have a nice big nose, tapered tail, good radius, so it really floats. And then when it's tracked out, and you want to go in the park because it has a smaller turning radius in a shorter contact points, it's super playful and [can be] aggressive in the park. This thing really is the All Mountain killer. When you start getting into more playful riding, like side hits and jumps, it feels like you're riding a 150 cm board. And it's definitely at home in deeper snow with that long nose. This board really fits the All Mountain Rider. If you're looking for a board good at railing morning power turns and having fun park laps with your friends, this is a board for you."—Harrison Gray
- Extremely versatile
- Easy to ride
- Floats in powder
- Fun to turn
- Performs in the park
- It's not a board for beginners
- Aggressive, hard-charging riders might need a stiffer board