Blending a soulful freeride spirit with easy-floating aptitude, the Burton Flight Attendant Snowboard makes easy work of slashing through the trees, launching side hits, and railing carves with precision. The secret to the Flight Attendant's intuitive ability on natural terrain, fresh powder, and resort runs lies within its Balanced Freeride Geometry. Balanced Freeride Geometry fuses a tapered directional shape (10mm taper) with set-back camber and early-rise nose, making the board float with almost zero effort in deep snow, without compromising its ability to lay an aggressive edge on soft groomers, choppy hardpack, and steep lines above treeline. Not unlike a twin-shaped board, the sidecut is centered along the reference stance, allowing you to ride and stomp switch without it being unwieldy. Think deep carves on morning groomers, slow-rotating backside 180s into powder, and cab spins off natural hits for the Flight Attendant's preferred use. Doing its part for the environment, the Flight Attendant uses bio-based Super Sap resin that reduces the board's carbon footprint by 50%, compared to petroleum-based epoxies used on traditional boards. Inside this freeride specialist, the FSC-Certified Super Fly II 700G Core is optimized for effortless float with lighter woods placed in strategic zones. Squeezebox core profiling thins out the core for increased energy transfer and easier turn initiation, making the board surprisingly nimble for darting in the trees and ripping carves at the resort.
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