Burton Amplifier Snowboard

Burton Amplifier Snowboard
Burton Amplifier Snowboard
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Amplifier Snowboard by Burton
Whether you are a seasoned jibber or an up and coming park rat you will find something you love in the Burton Amplifier Snowboard. This all mountain and park shredder mixes a buttery and fun Flat Top rocker profile with a freestyle friendly Twin Shape and a medium soft flex to maximize your control and progression all over the mountain. Burton's Flat Top Rocker profile features a flat profile between the inserts for solid stability and edge control that goes into rocker underfoot and out to the tip and tail for a classic rocker feel that limits edge catches. The twin shape works hand in hand with the Flat Top camber profile to help you ride or land switch without catching an edge or feeling squirrely at speed. This combination allows you to feel confident ripping hard pack to your favorite zone while still being able to carve and boost your way down open pow fields and through chopped up trees.

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SKU: BUR02J5
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