Burton Stylus Snowboard - Women's

Burton Stylus Snowboard - Women's
Burton Stylus Snowboard - Women's
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Stylus Snowboard - Women's by Burton
Master the mountain with an all-day smile on the Burton Stylus Snowboard. This easy-going board was designed to help novice riders conquer the basics and test their talents from the terrain park to the trees. Its Flat Top profile, soft flex, and twin shape make it ideal for stepping up your skills all over the resort. The Flat Top profile is mostly flat to give you a stable platform to stand on, with early-rise tips that help keep you from catching an edge when linking turns. The soft flex and Squeezebox Low core profiling make the board easier to steer with your feet, so you're always in control. When you want to improve your all-mountain riding, the Stylus will be ready to help with a forgiving learning curve.

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SKU: BURZ8L6
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