There's no such thing as restricted airspace for the Burton Family Tree Trick Pilot Snowboard. Built to be an all-mountain beast, but bred with the heart of a freestyle board, the Trick Pilot loves hitting the jump line in the park, popping off of sidehits, and spinning into powder landings. Its medium-stiff flex ensures it can hold up to laid-out carves and high-speed steeps, without feeling like a plank when you're surfing pow turns and buttering around the mountain. PurePop Camber is camber from insert-to-insert, but just outside the feet are subtle flat zones leading into early-rise rocker, giving the board a smoother, less catchy feel so you don't get severely punished for the slightest under-rotation. The Superfly II core uses lightweight woods that specifically target strategic areas to drop weight and increase pop, and Dualzone EGD adds edge control by placing perpendicular strips of wood along the edges. Burton threw in an ultralight Carbon I-Beam for serious pop, so you can boost off everything in sight.
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