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Burton Antler Snowboard 2015

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Specs

Type: Freestyle, All Mountain
Shape: Directional
Camber: Hybrid
Flex: Medium
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern: Channel
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Dragonfly™ with Multizone EGD™ and NEW Squeezebox High
Base: Sintered
Sidecut: Progressive
Stance Setback: 1.0 cm
Ability Level: Advanced, Intermediate
Manufacturer Warranty: 3 Year

Description: Burton Antler Snowboard

Keep things light and simple with the Burton Antler Snowboard! Burton is coming through once again with a high end board that delivers incredible performance with an ultralight profile. The Antler is ideal for hard core shredding over the entire mountain for the rider who never lets up on the hill. It features dual guard rails that are tough as nails, as well as carbon highlights in the fiberglass that increase durability while reducing the weight of the board. With artistry by Txemy and a directional shape finishing off the feature set, the Burton Antler is firing on all cylinders!

Key Features of the Burton Antler Snowboard:
  • BEND: Flying V
  • SHAPE: Directional
  • FLEX: Twin
  • CORE: Dragonfly with Multizone EGD and Squeezebox High
  • FIBERGLASS: 60° Carbon Highlights Hi-Voltage
  • BASE: Sintered WFO
  • FEATURES: The Channel, Scoop, Pro-Tip, Dual Guard Rails and Infinite Ride
  • ARTIST: Txemy [txemy.com]
Dimensions
Length (cm) 151.5 154.5 157.5 160.5
Effective Edge (cm) 114.5 117.5 120.5 123.5
Tip Width (cm) 22.8 29.12 29.42 29.73
Tail Width (cm) 22.8 29.12 29.42 29.73
Waist Width (cm) 24.7 24.9 25.1 25.3
Sidecut (m) 7.4 7.6 7.8 8.0

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.

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great board
great board, especially for parks!!!
funny and smoth ride....
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Antler Snowboard
Sometimes less is more, but not when it comes to snowboarding and speed.The Antler is very fast and responsive.
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I am 5'9 and about 175 pounds. I am also a beginner. Would this be a good board for me?
Devyn L on Nov 12, 2014
Best Answer: Devyn,
Hello. the Burton Antler 2015 is designed for a bit more advanced snowboarders, and may not be great to develop skills on. For you, learning, I would look for like a 155-158 length board. Chat with our snowboard specialists for get more in-depth info though: 866-243-6932.
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I'm about 6'1 170 pounds and an intermediate boarder what size board would be good for me? i also have a size 12 foot
Joey A on Dec 13, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Joey,

The Burton Antler Snowboard is a great deck, but even it's widest option, found on the 160.5, may be a little to narrow for your size 12 boots.

Another board that have an identical profile shape and a similar feel would be the Burton Custom Flying V Wide. The best size for your weight would be the 158cm Burton Custom Flying V Wide Snowboard and you can check it out HERE: http://www.the-house.com/9855btcfvw15zz-burton-snowboards.html
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 15, 2014
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can iask about the flixeble ?
A shopper on Sep 18, 2014
Best Answer: Burton lists the Antler Snowboard as having a "medium" flex, which in reality, is 3 to 5.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Sep 22, 2014
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Im 16 years old (turn 17 Nov 5th) and for my birthday/xmas present (since i snowboard most years) i was thinking of getting a really good board so it lasts me (since im thinking of a gap year to be an instructor somewhere after school). I am about 60 kg, and am 175-176cm tall. I am going to Japan in Jan 2016. I am getting into tricks now since i can basically ride any run on a slope and landed a 360 last time I went (which I know is easy but its a start), but I, for sure, well be doing more advanced tricks next ride. I am just wondering if theres any point on getting a board like this since ive just started or will I grow out of it (as I want a good board so I can keep it for years). Obviously I may grow a little more, but do you think I will grow enough to out-grow a board for 176cm stats? Also wondering if having such a good board for me is even worth it? Oh and also, I still love cruising down black, blue anything, so as a 176cm (maybe 177 by the end of the year), what size would you suggest for me who wants to be able to do a little of both, since i'm not the best freestyler atm, but would like to become good but still be able to cruise down a hill. Cheers :)? Thanks a lot. I appreciate your time if you have read this.
Chris M on Feb 8, 2015
Best Answer: The Burton Antler Snowboard is one of the better boards made, so you won't outgrow it if you do something like a 154 cm size, You are light enough you could go 151, but by you height and assuming you will fill in some weight, the 154 will serve you better long term. Only problem though is :
Unfortunately we do not ship Burton items internationally. Please check out our international shipping page at http://www.the-house.com/helpdesk/shipping-information/international-shipping/ for more information.
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I weight 167 pounds and looked up the size charts on Burtons website but I'm stuck in the middle of 157.5 and the 160.5 on regards to weight. Think if i purchased the 160.5 it would still ride right?
Dill P on Mar 10, 2015
Best Answer: Hello Dill Pickles!
Burton is suggesting that you could ride either one of the sizes... depending on your personal preference and what you intend to do with the board. Personally I may choose the 157.5... more maneuverable.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Mar 11, 2015
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I'm 6'2" and 185 lbs. I have a size 12 boot. Will the Antler board fit me? I'm concerned the 160.5 will be too small. I really want this board based on description, shape, riding style, and specs. I have burton ion boots and genesis EST large bindings.
Matt W on Dec 16, 2014
Best Answer: Matt,
A lot of your length decision is personal preference. Burton suggests the length is great for you... based on height and weight. My concern is that it might be a little narrow for your boot: Generally I suggest that riders with size 11+ boots ride boards that have a waist width of 25.8cm or wider UNLESS the boots have Shrinkage Reduction Technology. It will be close.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Dec 16, 2014
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I am looking to see if I buy a normal standard width board would a size 10.5 or 11 be too wide? I do not see any mid wide size boards and I prefer a shorter board for my riding style. I am 5'11 about 180 pounds
Christian P on Nov 16, 2014
Best Answer: For the Burton Antler Snowboard or other boards a 10.5 or 11 will be the max that I would run on a standard width. Anything larger I would advise moving to a midwide or wide.
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Nov 17, 2014
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what would be the best binding and boot for this board?
Jeromy G on Oct 23, 2014
Best Answer: Burton Antler Snowboard 2015 was designed to go with the Burton EST bindings.http://www.the-house.com/search.html?keywords=est&refine=y&Gender=Men%27s
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