Burton Free Thinker Snowboard

Burton Free Thinker Snowboard
Burton Free Thinker Snowboard
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Free Thinker Snowboard by Burton
Much like Danny Davis himself, his pro model Burton Free Thinker Snowboard can't be bound by conventional wisdom. Is it a park board' Does it shred the pipe' Is it ideal for ripping down open slopes and launching off of natural features' The answer is all above the above, and then some. It has a unique twin shape and a poppy camber profile to allow for creative expression on any terrain the mountain has to offer. Traditional camber teams up with pop-enhancing 45-degree Carbon Highlights to deliver a lively ride that launches jumps and powers through turns. Squeezebox core profiling creates a balance of thinner and thicker sections that make the board snappier and easier to maneuver. Frostbite edges extend out underfoot to keep you glued to the snow when laying down carves and boosting off icy pipe walls. It's finished with a Sintered WFO base to keep you charging at full speed when you're hot-lapping the resort.

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SKU: BUR02IG
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