Beginner/Casual Riding - These boards are great for lazy day carving on mellow groomers or even playing around off-trail. Great for beginners to intermediate or those just wanting to cruise around and have a no-worries good time on the hill. - generally soft to mid flexing boards designed for easy mobility and mellow turns without breaking the bank.
Soft▼Stiff - Very Soft Flex - extremely mellow, easy-to-ride, playful buttery goodness for smaller riders, jibbing the park, casual riding, or for those just starting out
Directional - Directional shapes are typically built for all-mountain freeriding and groomer assaults, and often featured on some entry level snowboards. Designed to perform better riding in one direction over the other, these boards usually come equipped with setback stances, a longer or wider nose for float, and a stiffer tail for drive.
Directional snowboards are good for everything from aggressive power riding to laid-back cruising, from steeps and trees to open powder fields and beyond.
Flat Dominant - *Note: profile image exaggerated for visual perspective, please see this brand's specific camber tech for more details
Flat Top Rocker - Rising rider or seasoned pro, keep your game on the level with the Flat Top. A flat profile between the feet means stability, better balance, and continuous edge control. The tip and tail kick up with an early rise outside the feet for the catch-free and loose feeling you’d expect from rocker.
Squeezebox™ Low Core Profile - Squeezebox Low is a patent-pending technology that transfers energy outward from under your feet, energizing the tip and tail for added snap when executing a turn and ollieing. With an easier feel that requires less effort to control, Squeezebox Low brings high-end core profiling to the progressing rider.
3 Year Warranty - Covered under manufacturer warranty for 3 years from the time of purchase! Warranty includes structural defects only and DOES NOT cover impact damage, abuse, misuse or normal wear and tear expected from aggressive riding.
Sorry folks, but bashing your board on a rock or rail does not qualify as a "manufacturer's defect" and will not be honored.
The Channel - The Channel is an exclusive Burton mounting system using a central spine for virtually endless binding adjust-ability. Introduced in 2011, Burton has widened The Channel along with equipping it with the industry standard hardware for enhanced connection to your snowboard and further compatibility with all Burton bindings along with new compatibility for select competitor's bindings such as Union, Forum and many others (Channel-compatible disc may need to be purchased separately for some brands).
The Channel allows you to micro-adjust stance width, angle, and toe-to-heel centering with ease while at the same time dispersing energy for added rebound and snap.
Super Fly® Core - Lightened up and loaded with pop, this vertical sandwich of hard and soft woods saves weight and improves snap and response. Further optimized for float in their freeride focused boards, and strength in Burton's park-focused boards.
Dualzone™ EGD™ (Engineered Grain Direction) - The wood grain is positioned along the toe and heel edges on two continuous zones, perpendicular to the rest of the wood core, for consistent edge-hold and added strength.
Extruded Base - Speed, strength, and graphical pop in a base that requires little maintenance. Pass your friends without even waxing.
Cruise Control Edge Tune - Cruise Control technology boosts confidence with the catch-free combo of a softer flex and mellower edge tune. On tapered boards, the nose is fully convex for all-terrain stability, whereas rockered twins are convex at the nose and tail for freestyle fun, regular or switch.
|Waist Width (cm):||24.4||24.7||25.0|
|Suggested Boot Size (US):||< 9||< 9.5||< 10|
|Weight Range (lbs):||110-140||125-165||135-175|
|Stance Set Back (in):||1.0||1.0||1.0|