Burton Kilroy 3D Snowboard

Burton Kilroy 3D Snowboard
Burton Kilroy 3D Snowboard
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Kilroy 3D Snowboard by Burton
Perfect your presses without fear of hanging up with Burton's groundbreaking freestyle design of the Kilroy 3D Snowboard. Burton put 3D contours in the nose and tail to remove material where it's least needed and put a new focus on flex that eliminates the crippling fear of catching an edge when working out new tricks in the park. Beyond the smooth-flexing butters and presses this deck unlocks, its PurePop Camber profile, twin shape, and soft flex give you a ride that turns the entire terrain park in a playground. A triax wrap and an impressively light, dual-species wood core give you the powerful pop you want in a park board without added weight or awkward stiffness. Plus, the sintered base gives you enough consistent speed to cook into bigger booters in the park with confidence.

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