Burton The Throwback Snow Skate

Burton The Throwback Snow Skate
Burton The Throwback Snow Skate
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The Throwback Snow Skate by Burton
A revival of one of the original snowboards, the 1981 Burton Backhill, the Burton Throwback Snow Skate is built for simple, fun shredding in the backyard or at the local park. It doesn't have edges or binding inserts, so it's not recommended for riding at the resort, but its rockered profile, snappy ply core, and flexy biax wrap makes it an insanely fun option for mellow tree runs or for teaching your little ones the joys of surfing snow.

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SKU: BUR02IZ
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