Description: Burton Super Hero Smalls Snowboard - Boys
The Flat Top construction is perfect, whether ripping the mini park or graduating to bigger features. The Super Hero is the next step for little rippers who have outgrown the Chopper or Chicklet. For little riders who like to go big, the Burton Super Hero Smalls is the perfect board.
Key Features of the Burton Super Hero Smalls Snowboard:
Feel: 2/ 3
Double Chair Package
Bend: Flat Top
Extras: Scoop, Rail Ready Edge Tune and Pro-Tip
Effective Edge (cm)
Tip Width (cm)
Tail Width (cm)
Waist Width (cm)
Burton ICS channel boards will only work with Burton EST, Burton 3-hole or other ICS compatible bindings. Burton 3-hole boards will only work with non-EST Burton bindings or other 3-hole compatible bindings.
Got this for my 10 year old son for Christmas. He has been riding for 3 seasons this is now his 4th. This board is perfect for messing around in the park and riding any other conditions. Plus my son loves that it wasnt filled with graphics as we he able to order stickers to decorate it himself.
I usually ride this board in the park on rails and boxes. Its light and easy to control for jibbing. General free riding is good too, but maybe not as fast as other boards. Price was good as well and shipped on time...thanks
This was the board my daughter wanted last year, but we decided to get it for this year when the prices were better. She prefers the boys boards for the graphics. She hasnt ridden it yet but is excited to have it. I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 because of a small dent in the edge. Its not a big deal. The house offered to replace, but its cool. Shouldnt impact performance. Thanks for the good customer care, Jake
Fun board that my parents gave me at the end of the season last year. I did not get much time on it, but am looking forward to this season. Very light and good for jibbing and rails. I like the green better in the smaller sizes, but oh well
I trust the Burton brand. I think this will be the board my son is most happy with...he does a lot of skate boarding and he's very much into the tricks. He does snow board every year and wants to incorporate more tricks rather than riding, so hopefully this will be a good fit...keep ya posted.
Bill highly recommended this board, instead of the one I had planned to get. It is 5cm longer but after discussing my grandson's ability and experience, he said this would be one he could use for several years and be very happy. I took his experience and advice to make an informed decision. I hope my grandson will be as happy when he gets it as I was in getting it.
Burton is good manufacturer in general and my son-in-law especially likes their boards for kids. It's an older model but I bought this for my grandson, and it will be his first board so it should serve him well as a first board and hopefully give him 2 seasons at least. So all-in-all a good board at a great value for a relative newbie to help get him started out on the slopes.
I'm looking to get my 11 year old son the Burton Super Hero Smalls Snowboard, and want to make sure I get the right bindings as well. He is 5'1 and shoe size is a 7.5 in adult size. I'm looking at the 138 cm board? is that also the right size for him? he's intermediate level. thanks
A shopper on Oct 9, 2014
Sorry to delay your answer... there are a lot of variables here. Talk to our product specialists to help decide what is best (you want to get it right).
Best Answer:How much does your son weigh? What size of feet does he have?
The higher the price the better the quality and technology will be. I could suggest the lowest price board that would fit his size, but it wouldn't match up to his ability or preferred terrain choice. What do you have budgeted?
Hi, I have a 10 year old grom just shy of 5ft/size 6 boots/70lbs.... I would like room for growth, but not to big to work against him. He is a decent rider, but not super aggressive yet. 138? Thanks. He rides the equivalent of about a 120-125 chopper right now. It is pretty small.
A shopper on Nov 18, 2014
Best Answer:My son is 12 years old, 105 lbs, and this board works very well for him.
Hi my son was 10 when we bought this board (138), he was wearing a size 6 boot and was about 5'2". He weighed over 80 I believe and it was great for him. We are using it this year as well and it will most likely be his last year with it because he has grown 2 shoes sizes since and two inches as well. So I think I think if your son isn't a weed you may get a couple seasons out of it. I hope this helps.
Our son started snowboarding last year, he is currently 4 ft 9 inches, 88 lbs, 6.5 shoes size and the board was great for him, we bought him a 130, no complaints, he rode the entire mountain, and also not super aggressive but does not shy away from a challenge, no half pipes but frequented the terrain parks, etc. We have no complaints, we ski/ride the northeast. Good luck
138 would be pretty large but depending on his skill level a bigger board could help. Having a slightly heavy board will help with stability but might inhibit further growth in his skill till he gets bigger. Having a smaller board has almost no negative effects so i wouldnt worry about him growing out of the board to soon. I would go for a 134 give or take
I bought this board for my little brother. My best advice is to take him to a local shop and hold boards up against him you want a board that is right at your chin or at your nose maximum if you expect him to grow alot
my child weighs 85 lbs is 4.10 and has shoe size 8 what size board and boot/binding should I get?
A shopper on Jan 23, 2015
Best Answer:Snowboards are measured in Centimeters. So, measure your son in inches to just under his chin, and then measure him to his eyes. Multiply both of those measurements by 2.54 (conversion from inches to CM). The resulting measurements in CM will give you the approximate range of the size board he needs. If he is a beginner stay at or under the bottom end of the range. If he is more advanced and growing fast move up towards the top end (might be able to get a couple of years out of the board that way).
If his shoe size is a men's 8 buy men's medium bindings. If he is a child's 8, I don't know. Just call The House or Burton, one of their people will gladly help you. Good luck
I bought the size 134cm and the Burton Custom bindings in Medium. My son has size 8 boots and it worked perfectly. No overhang from the binding. Size Large bindings were too big and hung over. Kids Large and Adult Small appeared to be the same size from Burton. My son could only get 2 notches on the buckle with those so we moved to Medium.
Best Answer:Hi Ryan! This is an important question. This Super Hero Smalls Snowboard uses the 3D mounting system (3-hole). Under Specs make sure it says 'Compatibility: 3D'. http://www.the-house.com/snbindj.html
Best Answer:Depending on how much you weigh is what really determines what size you should buy. It sounds like you are at about the right size around a 140cm. If you are riding more park you can size down a little if you'd like, but make sure you are still in the weight chart for the right size.
my son has a hard time linking his turns. he is 52 inches tall and is riding a 110 gnu which has camber. he tends to catch his front edge which has caused him to stop attempting to link his turns. would he benefit from a flatter board. sorry for the stupid question ?I just don't know much about snowboarding
A shopper on Mar 6, 2014
Best Answer:The Burton Super Hero will be a lot more forgiving than that Gnu due to the lack of camber.