When you demand an aggressive all-mountain freestyle board for pushing the boundaries of what can be done in the park, or you prefer the control and power from a camber-dominant snowboard, the Burton Talent Scout is surely to help with popping higher, spinning harder, and sliding faster while still holding it's own on the rest of the mountain. This medium-stiff flexing, true-twin deck is ready to increase your confidence going into big jumplines, halfpipes, or backcountry booters while offering a stable platform and the ability to ride and land switch. Thanks to it's traditional camber profile, you'll blast into anything with the most edge hold, pop, and control than any other profile at the cost of lack of forgiveness. The Off-Axis construction includes an asymmetrical sidecut that's deeper on the heelside for quicker turn initiation and power as your toeside turns. An asymmetric flex and asymmetric Frostbite edges inspire confidence and combine to provide a natural-feeling ride. The FSC-Certified Super Fly II core includes Dualzone EGD along the edges that stays durable after bashing it on rails on season long. To provide a consistent flex and torsional stiffness, the core is wrapped in triax fiberglass, and a rock-solid sintered base offers the speed and durability needed for clearing the gap.
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Burton Talent Scout Snowboard - Women's
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