Family Tree Role Model Snowboard - Kids' by Burton
Why should you get to ride a dedicated pow shape when it snows two feet overnight, while your kid struggles on a floppy kids' twin board' While most kid's boards are soft-flexing, twin-shaped decks catered to beginners just learning to link turns, Burton built the Kids' Family Tree Role Model Snowboard for young guns who like to leave the groomed trails behind and already have a serious passion for powder. Its tapered directional shape, setback stance, and large rocker nose help them stay afloat in deep snow with ease. Meanwhile, Balanced Freeride Geometry and camber underfoot help them navigate sketchy steeps and plow over tracked-out slopes. Plus, its stiffer flex handles the full-throttle shredding style and holds up when he tries his hand at launching off cliffs.
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