The engineers at Burton did away with the notion that powder boards should be stiff, directional planks when they created the Trick Pony Wide Snowboard. This mid-flexing twin slays the deep stuff, lays down surfy turns, butters in pow, and sends backcountry booters with plentiful float and a well-balanced feel. PurePop Camber helps keep it float in powder without making it feel squirrelly on landings, and it provides reliable edge hold on hardpack as well. This profile uses responsive camber underfoot for locked-in turns, transitioning to flat sections after the bindings for loading up ollies and sending jumps, then transitioning to rockered tips for easier float. Its twin shape lets you throw down switch tricks and a medium flex makes it stiff enough to send off jumps, yet soft enough to maneuver through tight trees. Additionally, Burton extends the surface area of the contact points (i. e. zones just before tip and tail) for better buoyancy in deep powder and increased edge hold on groomers. Different types of woods make the Super Fly II core both lightweight and tough, while the triax glass with Carbon-I-Beam adds strength and snap without tacking on extra weight. Pro-Tips reduce swing weight at the tip and tail, so you can crank spins off jumps and side-hits. It's finished with a Sintered WFO base, which absorbs a ton of wax to keep you gliding quickly across fresh pow and sticky slush alike.
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