Burton Warranty Policy
Burton Limited Lifetime Warranty
Burton Snowboards warrants all Clothing, Outerwear, Bags, and Luggage sold by Burton to be free of defects in materials or workmanship for the practical lifetime of the product. Damage due to misuse, abuse, accidents, neglect, and wear and tear that can be reasonably expected as a result of extended use over time, are not covered by this Limited Lifetime Warranty but may be repaired at a reasonable cost.
Defects in materials refers to zippers, buckles, snaps, and fabrics. Defects in workmanship refers to the construction of the product such as stitching, seams, seamtape, etc.
All warranty claims must be accompanied by a proof of purchase from an Authorized Burton Dealer.
This Limited Lifetime Warranty may vary from state to state and country to country.
***Clothing and Outerwear Lifetime Warranty available on products purchased after July 12th, 2018***
***Bags Lifetime Warranty available on products purchased after August 1st, 2009***
The term “Lifetime” refers to the reasonable lifetime of the product. This does not mean your lifetime but rather the lifetime of the materials and components that go into the finished product. We do our best to select high quality materials and components that meet our quality standards, but even the best materials have a lifespan and will eventually degrade. We evaluate a product’s lifetime by its intended use and how much use it gets, and not by how old it is.
Wear and Tear
Nothing lasts forever even though we wish it could! Products used consistently in certain conditions and exposed to the elements can show wear and tear faster than those used less frequently, and it could be that your product has simply reached the end of its practical lifetime
3-Year Warranty on Boards Featuring The Channel
Burton will repair or replace any current season channel board purchased after 08/13/13 for 3 years from the original purchase date of the original owner (with proof of purchase) against manufacturer's defects. Return defective product to the store where you bought it to initiate a claim or create a warranty claim directly with us here . All warranty claims should be accompanied by an explanation and receipt.
Burton Bindings Warranty
All Burton binding baseplates are backed by a LIFETIME WARRANTY. All Burton binding straps and hi-backs are backed by a one-year warranty from date of purchase. Coverage is limited to bindings from 2005 until the present.
Burton Boots Warranty
All Burton snowboard boots are backed by a one-year warranty from date of purchase.
Anon Helmets and Goggles Warranty
Helmets and goggles will have a one-year warranty against manufacturing defects from the date of purchase with proof of purchase.
Anon Helmet - Crash Replacement Policy
Customers can return damaged helmets due to an impact and purchase a new helmet at 30% off MSRP. The replacement period will stretch for two years from date of purchase with proof of purchase from an authorized retailer.
What is not covered by the warranty policy?
Damage due to misuse, abuse, accidents, neglect, normal wear tear, theft or damage caused by anything other than defect in materials and workmanship are not covered by this policy but may be repaired at a reasonable cost.
Watch Your Edges
Our snowboards are built with sharp metal edges that give us exceptional grip and edge hold on snow. When not strapped in, whether it be hiking the pipe or sitting on the lift, that same metal edge can do a number on fabrics. Jackets, pants, and even boots can be cut from a board edge if you’re not careful. Being aware of your edges at all times will make your gear last and perform the way it was designed.
Chairlift vs. Highback
Every now and then you may encounter a chairlift with a lower than normal loading area. Protect your highback by folding it down prior to getting on the chair and your bindings will thank you.
Often times when it seems a jacket or pair of pants has lost some of its water proofing, a simple wash can restore it. Refer to the washing instructions located inside each garment. Waterproofing is not covered under warranty as a manufacturers defect unless it is defective upon purchasing. All users are responsible for maintaining waterproofing throughout the lifetime of the garment.