Burton Family Tree Day Trader Snowboard - Women's

Burton Family Tree Day Trader Snowboard - Women's
Burton Family Tree Day Trader Snowboard - Women's
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Family Tree Day Trader Snowboard - Women's by Burton
Just the board for your pow-surfing soul, the Burton Women's Family Tree Day Trader Snowboard cashes in on deep days with its floaty freeride shape. Its directional shape features a pinched-in tail that naturally drops the rear end to keep the large nose on top of the deepest powder. The Directional Flat Top profile is totally flat along the effective edge, combined with a large, rockered nose. A large flat section keeps the board stable at high speeds and confident when carving hardpack. Elongated nose rocker and a tapered tail creates effortless float in deep snow, preventing you from helplessly submerging on the deepest days and keeping your calves fresh for another run. However, that doesn't mean this board feels like an unwieldy plank when there's not untouched deep snow. Balanced Freeride Geometry makes it feel like a twin when riding flat base or carving groomers, so the fun doesn't end when the pow gets tracked out towards the end of the day.

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SKU: BUR01ZW
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Manufactured by Burton
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