Burton X Keith Haring Collection

Feb 7, 2019

Category: Gear

American artist Keith Haring is a pop-art icon who emerged in the ‘80s with his distinct urban street style. The famed snowboarding gear company Burton decided to feature Haring’s NYC street culture style in their latest collection for an eye-popping look that will ensure you have the biggest spotlight on the slopes.

The Burton x Keith Haring Collection features three items: a snowboard, anorak jacket, and a long-sleeve t-shirt. All the pieces have Haring’s legendary art integrated seamlessly into the design. Everything in the collection is exceptional, but our favorite is without a doubt the Burton Keith Haring Deep Thinker Snowboard. The fiberglass board has a full carbon layer for weight reduction, an FSC-certified (Forest Stewardship Council) Super Fly II 700G Core for added strength, ‘The Channel’ board mount for a dialed-in stance, and much more. The all-mountain board is a work of functional art. All items in the collection are available right this second, but you’ll have to act fast.

Purchase: $70+

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