The Burton Name Dropper is perfectly engineered to be a park powerhouse and will certainly have people dropping your name as you cruise on by. Flat Top gives you stability underfoot with the forgiving feel of rocker in the tip and tail so can pop and press to your heart's content. Throw in Off-Axis Squeezebox Low and the Name Dropper becomes a soft, buttery board with a perfectly jibby feel. Pro-Tip reduces the swing weight in the tip and tail for easier mobility and Off-Axis Frost Bite Edges enhance grip for all-mountain shredding on hardpack, icy terrain. Off-Axis means all key ingredients of the Name Dropper, from the edges to the soft-flexing Filet-O-Flex core profile, match the angles of your stance for enhanced grip, smoother takeoffs and stomped landings. What more could you want?
Flat Top Rocker
Off-Axis Squeezebox Low
Off-Axis Frostbite Edges
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Hey this is Ian and I just got off of the Burton Name Dropper. I give this board 4.5 out of 5 stars. It's a mid-level park board that's very versatile. It's super stable because of the Flat Top construction so you can take it just about anywhere. It's really fun to ride, we're in kind of poor conditions today so even in these bad conditions it was really comfortable. Just an all-around good board. 4.5 out of 5 stars.
Hi I'm Trevor. I just got off the Burton Name Dropper. I'd like to give the board a 4 out of 5 stars. Really fun little park board. Great to hit up, do hot laps through the mini park. Really, really fun. Nice and soft between the feet so you can really press it out and do your little technical tricks. 4 out of 5.
Hi I'm Mike. I just got off the Burton Name Dropper. I give this board a 5 out of 5 stars. This board consistently always gets good reviews out of me. It's super fun, it'll handle any condition. Doesn't matter if you ride park or if you want to cruise around the mountain, it pretty much does everything. The asymmetrical edge really gives you a good heelside carve; makes it super fun. It is also very, very poppy and responsive. 5 out of 5.
Hey this is Ian. Just got done riding the Burton Name Dropper in a 155. I give this board 5 out of 5 stars. This board really surprised me. It's technically geared for your mid-level park rider but I feel like you can take this kind of anywhere on the mountain. With its Flat Top construction it's very stable at higher base speeds. Filet-O-Flex off-axis really, you can really feel it when you're turning, underneath your feet. And like I said, you can literally take this board anywhere; from the groomers to even a little bit more of your powder conditions. But once again, Burton Name Dropper 5 out of 5.
Hi my name's Riley. I just got off the Burton Name Dropper. I give this board 5 out of 5 stars. Super fun, buttery board to ride through the park; good, mid-level park board. With that off-axis Filet-O-Flex the thing, it carves really well. It's really turny. Super good for that mid-level park rider looking to progress a little more. 5 out of 5.