A directional utility tool designed to handle the entire spectrum of freeride terrain, the Burton Skeleton Key Snowboard unlocks possibilities all over the entire mountain. The Skeleton Key is equipped with the best parts of both the Con Artist and the Flight Attendant, which makes it as ideal for thigh-deep pow in Utah's Wasatch Range as it is for railing turns on Baker's infamous banked slalom. This season, Burton added two new sizes (150cm, 162cm) to make sure that everyone can get in on the fun. Designed with a directional shape, slight taper, and setback stance, the Skeleton Key is built to charge hard on everything from tight, tree-filled pow lines to laid-back cruiser runs. A medium flex offers stability, pop, and response, while still keeping it loose enough for surfy pow turns and park laps. Then, the Directional Camber profile furthers your power, control, and carving stability at high speeds as you're seeking out the most challenging terrain the mountain has to offer. Squeezebox technology enhances your performance by balancing thicker, more powerful core sections with thinner, more flexible sections, thus giving you snap and incredible board feel underfoot. The triax fiberglass wrap delivers versatile flex and response for any type of terrain you might encounter, while the sintered WFO base ensures you're cooking at high speeds, even over flat spots.
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