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sooopernaught
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Vintage Burton Snowboards

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Came across these at a thrift store. They definitely look and feel (and smell) vintage. Curious as to whether these are early authentic Burton shirts before they had their own label or some knock-offs done by a board shop. Both have the same tag and neither have a date.
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Lee Brushed Cotton
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Shirt 1
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Shirt 2

jimmyj
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Re: Vintage Burton Snowboards

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Seems like something out of the 90s. Knockoffs usually opt to dirt cheap tees - I don't think lee blanks would be used. I think you're safe - but a Burton expert I am not.
Jimmy J

sooopernaught
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Re: Vintage Burton Snowboards

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You're spot on. Sent the pics to Burton and they were kind enough to reply.

Hey Sooopernaught,

Thanks for reaching out to us. After checking in with our archivist, we can confirm that they are genuine and they are from the 1997/1998 time period. Please let us know If you have any questions.

Sincerely,



Tim - Rider Service North America
T: 800-881-3138 |Monday-Friday 8am-6PM EST
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jimmyj
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Re: Vintage Burton Snowboards

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wow. kudos to burton for responding. i wish the companies who file VERO reports on ebay were that helpful.
Jimmy J

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