Burton Talent Scout Snowboard - Women's

Burton Talent Scout Snowboard - Women's
Burton Talent Scout Snowboard - Women's
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Talent Scout Snowboard - Women's by Burton
Whether you demand an aggressive 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 Snowboard checks all the boxes with plenty of pop and finesse while still holding its own on the rest of the mountain. This mid-stiff flexing, true twin is made to increase your confidence going into big jump lines, icy superpipes, and beefy sidehits while offering a stable platform and the ability to ride and land switch. The traditional camber profile blasts into anything with unrivaled edgehold, pop, and control, while the asymmetric flex and asymmetric Frostbite edges combine to provide a confident and natural-feeling ride.

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