The Burton Descendant snowboard is set to be a staple in parks and on the frontside of mountains everywhere thanks to its low price point, twin shape, and versatile PurePop camber profile. This hybrid profile mixes the forgiveness of rocker with the responsiveness of camber to offer solid landings and ollies, as well as exceptional maneuverability and manipulation. So, if you spend your days dreaming about rails, bonks, and wallrides, but still want to lay trench on groomers this is your stick. The PurePop Camber profile consists of camber from insert to insert, but just outside the feet are subtle flat zones leading into early-rise rocker, giving the board a smooth, less catchy feel that won't punish you for the slightest mistake. The twin shape and flex means that the Descendant rides exactly the same switch and regular so that you can drop switch fives or straight line your favorite run all with the same feel. Additionally, Pro Tip construction reduces the tip and tail weight for faster spins while the flex-tuned Super Fly core keeps the weight down, the strength up, and the flex park-friendly. That works hand-in-hand with The Channel mounting system, which contributes to unrestricted flex, instead of causing dead spots under the bindings like traditional binding interfaces. The extruded base material holds up well to rails and jibbing, and runs fast even when you forget to wax it for a couple of days.
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