Whenever you're not on the hill, you're meditating on thoughts of deep powder and slashing the white stuff. So, channel all of your positive energy, pick up the Burton Deep Thinker Snowboard, and turn those internal, wishful reflections into your snowy reality. Directional in shape with a hybrid camber and rocker profile for deep day float and technical control, this offering from Burton has exceptionally smooth moves in powder, blended with the snap and power for total control on groomers, banked slaloms, and halfpipe runs. A healthy mix of rocker and camber in the nose combines float and response, while camber under your backfoot takes the wheel with power and stability. This profile pairs a classic directional shape with a 7mm taper to help you ride a slightly longer nose than tail, which concentrates the pop in the tail without compromising the float, flow, and control necessary to rip any terrain or condition. Plus, its tapered tip and tail thickness reduces swing weight to keep you navigating nimbly through the trees. Inside, a Superfly II core uses lightweight woods that specifically target strategic areas to drop weight and increase pop. This wood is FSC-certified, too, so you can rest easy you're not destroying the rainforest for a snowboard. Dualzone EGD boosts edge control by placing perpendicular strips of wood along the edges, and Squeezebox profiling creates thicker and thinner sections in the core to improve energy transfer and stability. A sintered WFO base retains wax exceptionally well to keep you cruising at high speeds through fresh snow and slushy parks alike.
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