Burton Descendant Snowboard - Wide

Burton Descendant Snowboard - Wide
Burton Descendant Snowboard - Wide
$399.95
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Descendant Snowboard - Wide by Burton
Take your newly learned backside 540 and frontside 360 out of the park to natural take offs with the Burton Descendant Snowboard. This all-mountain board features a soft flex for easy turn initiation and presses, as well as a PurePop profile that mixes camber between the bindings with early rise tip and tail for a responsive and poppy ride that helps prevent heavy edge catches on slightly under rotated tricks. The wide sizes of this board are specially designed to ride the same but better suit riders with larger feet to prevent toe drag. To further encourage progression outside the park the Descendant is a full twin, meaning you can take off, ride, and land switch without the fear of digging in the tail or getting squirrely at speed. In order to hold up to the riggers of jibbing outside the park this board features a lightweight and durable Super Fly wood core, beefed up biax fiberglass for a damp ride, and extruded bases that will happily handle some rocky landings.

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SKU: BUR02ID
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