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Burton x G-Shock GG-1000BTN-1A Mudmaster for 2018

Burton Snowboards x G-Shock Mudmaster GG-1000BTN-1A Face

Burton Snowboards and Casio are teaming up to release their third G-Shock collaboration watch. Other than the orange display accents and a digital-style camouflage pattern on the bands, the dark forest-like GG-1000BTN-1A Mudmaster is a departure from the last Burton collaboration, the snow-inspired GW-9400BTJ-8 Rangeman. The GG-1000BTN-1A has a black bezel with olive green bezel lettering and numerical indicators along with a duck camouflage pattern on the green bands and a black IP stainless steel band keeper and case back. There is an orange Burton logo on the face, along with the Burton mountain logo on the band keeper. The case back is also branded with the Burton logo with the motto “No Bad Trips” and tagline “Since 1977.”

The GG-1000BTN-1A is equipped with the Twin Sensor featuring a compass and thermometer. Other features include shock resistance, 200-meter water resistance, world time, 4 alarms and 1 snooze alarm, stopwatch, countdown timer, and auto Super Illuminator LED light.

The GG1000BTN-1A is a March 2018 release in North America with a list price of $380 USD. G-Shock Japan also announced the GG-1000BTN-1AJR for a March release.

Burton Snowboards x G-Shock Mudmaster GG-1000BTN-1A 2018 Collaboration Watch

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