Now offered for those who want to beat the crowds, the Burton Family Tree Hometown Hero Splitboard helps you get fresh tracks and hit undiscovered zones all for yourself. This directional, mid-stiff board pairs a traditional camber and tapered blunt shape with a light and lively carbon-infused-core that keeps your ride turbo-charged in all conditions. Directional Camber profiling offers a blend of rocker and camber in the nose that brings both float and control to your feet, with camber out under your backfoot for enhanced drive, power, and stability. The Super Fly II core employs stronger and lighter woods in specifically-targeted areas, respectively, to give you pop, power, and a lightweight feel where you need it most, while the 45-degree Carbon Highlights reduce weight even more and fine tune the torsional feel for a more aggressive style of riding. Burton's manufacturing process results in almost zero waste thanks to the recycling process ReRez, which reuses scraps leftover from shaping for use in other products.
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