Burton Family Tree Backseat Driver - Powsurfer

Burton Family Tree Backseat Driver - Powsurfer
Burton Family Tree Backseat Driver - Powsurfer
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Family Tree Backseat Driver - Powsurfer by Burton
No, you're not wrong to wonder where the bindings go on the Burton Family Tree Backseat Driver Powsurfer. That's because they don't go anywhere on this true snow surfer. From your backyard to the backcountry, the Backseat Driver helps you get in touch with your roots with an exaggerated spoon nose that provides float and flow, which works in tandem with the double concave tail that maintains a loose feeling, but still leads into a strong, powerful turn when engaged. This mid-stiff deck is the tool of choice for soul boarders who are looking to get out there and surf through deep powder with ease, while pushing boundaries and spreading smiles.

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