Where is my closest authorized Burton dealer?
We have Authorized Burton Dealers all over the globe. For a complete list of dealers in your area, use the Dealer Locator on our site.
Can I get a catalog please?
We’re reducing the amount we print so browse the Electronic Catalog here.
Do boards come from the factory ready to ride, or do I need to wax it first?
Our boards come ready to ride, but it's always a good idea to tune your board after a few days of riding.
STICKERS! How do I get some?
Click the link, fill out the form and receive some free stickers…It's that easy!
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Where is Burton located?
We have five offices worldwide. Our North American offices are located in Burlington, Vermont and Irvine, California. Our International offices are in Innsbruck, Austria, Tokyo, and Sydney, Australia
Where can I find out about Careers at Burton?
Check out the Careers section for postings and information about working at Burton.
Does Burton offer internships?
Yes, Burton internships typically follow the academic calendar and are offered on an as-needed basis. When an internship becomes available we post it on the website with the other open positions. Check out the Careers section for more info.
Getting sponsored by Burton Snowboards isn’t the easiest thing, but it's not impossible either.
- Please send us your "Portfolio" (your résumé or CV of action shots, contest results, magazine coverage, current & previous sponsors, etc.) and we will make sure will forward it to our Team manager.
- If you don't have a portfolio, that means you're probably not ready for a Burton or any Major brand sponsorship.
- However, make one as soon as possible and try to get a product sponsorship at your local/favorite shop to start with.
Once you have brought your riding to a level where you feel you can compete nationally, you should start thinking about creating a resume of results, photographs, and video. These three things, along with a letter explaining your accomplishments and goals, are the most important materials for a Team Manager and your Rep to see.
So let's run down the checklist of what you should do to get sponsored: Progress in your riding every day; Work to be the best rider in your area; Have Fun. Begin to enter local contests: Halfpipe, Boardercross, Big Air, and Slopestyle podiums are key! Have your friends or family shoot pictures and video of your best riding. Have Fun. Contact the local rep in your area first; Send them your resume, photos, video and results. Let them know Who you are, and Why you want to be sponsored.
Continue to learn new tricks and expand your riding. Be safe, but go big. When your results and your riding are at a level to compete nationally with other riders, it is time to contact Burton directly. Send us your latest results, photos, video and a letter explaining yourself. Make it good. Your first impression is very important. Send it to:
Haller Straße 111
Note: Best entries have been known to receive special "gifts" from Burton. Make sure your stuff is good, and you may receive something too.
We will check out all of your materials, and should be able to answer your request quickly. Do not be discouraged if your request is denied for sponsorship. All it means is that you have some better riding inside that has yet to be discovered. Continue to work on your riding in the areas that you like most. Eventually, hard work and tons of riding will be noticed, and hopefully you will be a step closer. We look forward to seeing your best stuff. And wish you luck and much snow in all of your riding endeavors.