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Burton Family Tree Spliff Splitboard (Closeout)

On Sale: $489.95(30% off, Regularly: $699.95)
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$489.95   $699.95
148, white-black base

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The Family Tree Spliff Splitboard from Burton.

The Spliff is a splitboard that packs big board float and stability into the nimbleness of a 148cm. The smoky secret is an optimization of waist width, flex, and running length that allows you to downsize 8 to 10cm from normal. It's as floaty and fun as the Nug, it just splits in two for open access to untracked terrain. Be warned, this mind-shifter is not for the crusty crowd, but who gives them the right to shred all your pow?

Flex Rating:PlayfulAggressive
Primary Ride Style:Powder / Freeride
Shape:Directional
Camber Tech:Burton S-Rocker
Sidecut/Edge Control:
  • 10:45 Sidewalls
  • Dualzone™ EGD™ (Engineered Grain Direction)
  • Nug Raduction
  • Pro-Tips™
  • Side Effects
  • Flex/Pop/Stability:
  • Squeezebox™ Core Profile
  • Infinite™ Ride Construction
  • Super Fly II® Core
  • Triax™ Fiberglass
  • Base/Speed:Sintered Base
    Warranty:1 Year Warranty
    Raduction Level:Downsize 8cm to 10cm from your normal board length

     148
    Waist Width (cm):25.4
    Suggested Boot Size (US):<11
    Weight Range (lbs):140-190
    Stance Set Back (in):-.5
    Taper (mm):5.0

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    Asked by earnyourturns on 2/5/2014
    Hi-Im a hard charging 5'5 female, about 160 lbs. I usually ride a 144/145 true twin rockered board for the park, freeriding and backcountry. Will this board be a suitable choice for me? It says you can cut 8-10 cm from your usual board length? Does this mean if I had a 154ish splitboard, I could ride this 148 splitboard?
    Answered by Tyler K (Tactics Employee) on 3/13/2014
    Yes, that is exactly what that means.
    0 person has found this answer helpful

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