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BURTON | BRAND NEW TO HARDCLOUD!


We've got a bunch of great new brands coming to Hardcloud over the coming months and this is the first of them! Fresh in this week is Burton, a brand who's main focus is on snowboarding gear, but equally handles your everyday luggage and backpack needs. These products are seriously good quality, and the 121L Convertible Split Rollers is a beast that will carry everything you can imagine for your holiday! All this luggage has been Burton Team-tested on month-long tours around the globe so there's no doubting it's going to do the job!


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Our first drop showcases a bunch of exciting colourways, from Pewter Heather to Camo, there's something for everyone. The backpacks are chock full of features, from laptop compartments and shoe storage to sunglass pockets and headphone holes, you'll struggle to find a better, more affordable and fun-packed backpack which looks like this.


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The Burton Snowboards brand started out back in 1977 by one Jake Burton Carpenter. Setting up the business from his Vermont barn, Burton was the fuel on the fire when it came to the growing appeal of snowboarding worldwide, and it has continued to remain a massive brand ever since. Burton's headquarters remain in Vermont to this day, but now sees offices globally from Australia to Austria. Our range of Burton bags and luggage are fresh to Hardcloud and are a must-see for the outdoor lover.


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Burton was a significant player when it came to the growth of snowboarding around the world in the late '70s and '80s, with an unparalleled range of product lines, a team of snowboarders, and its communication with holiday resorts to get the sport recognized and accepted. Expanding in 1996 to include board sports and apparel brands, Burton has never looked back. Still run by Jake Burton Carpenter, his company is deemed one of the largest manufacturers of snowboarding gear in the world, and with an unmatched commitment to providing the best it is clear to see why.


CHECK OUT THE FULL BURTON RANGE


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