If you live in the terrain park when the snow starts to fly a Burton Twin snowboard is waiting for you. One of the more popular freestyle boards, the Twin is made with a sintered base, and a Park Fly core that give it a medium flex and great durability which is ideal for the park. It might seem obvious, but in case you did not know, Burton Twin features a twin shape, so you can comfortable ride switch. While this board can be ridden anywhere on the mountain, it is ideal perfect for technical runs in the park and landing big jumps.
Key Features of the Burton Twin Snowboard:
Base: Sintered Vision
Core: Park Fly Core With Dualzone EGD And Negative Profile
Fiberglass: New Dual Density Triax Response
Edges: Grip And Rip Tune
Extras: Elliptical Kicks, Pro-Tip And Infinite Ride
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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.
This is the Burton Twin snowboards and comes in under 400 bucks these days. So, it still comes with that park fly core. Centered vision base, elliptical tip and tail. 1045 sidewall, so nice durable edge, or durable sidewall. Centered stance. It's a hair stiffer than what we find in a snowboard like the Dominant. So probably a little better jump snowboard overall than the Dominant. But the thing is a blast. Graphics inspiration is kind of meant to be like homey looking, low rider theme. Vatos Locos forever homes. Pretty funny. Get your mexi on, we love it. That's the†Burton Twin snowboards.
Although this board is a true twin Burton build this baby beffy enough that you can shred the entire mountain on this deck! The board is soft in flex that it is plenty playful you solid enough for bomber runs. Even though this board will not replace your favorite powder or backcountry board this deck has exceptional edge hold & can carve the turns on any run!
I own the Warhol 157 soup cans. Has a nicer topsheet than the stock model making it a little stiffer but still has a great flex pattern. Mine has held up great, is fast and dependable. Surprised how well it rides almost anything
I own the Warhol 157 soup cans. Has a nicer topsheet than the stock model making it a little stiffer but still has a great flex pattern. Mine has held up great, and is fast and dependableI was surprised at how well it rides in almost anything
This board has some flex to it. For anyone who says that it doesn't, go ride the burton dominant. That board is stiff as a steel rod, and it is supposedly made for park riding. I recently got a new board, and I still miss this one
This is a well built, good all around board for beginners and anyone that likes cruising the groomers. Does okay in the park but it is very stiff. Not very good in deep snow, but it is excellent at higher speeds
This is a well built and is good all around board for beginners or anyone that likes cruising the groomers. Does okay in the park but it is very stiff. Not very good in deep snow, but it is excellent at higher speeds
I got this board a few years ago and didnt ride it till this season. Board is Nice over all for cruzing and back country, problem is in the park its stiff! I also am on my second burton board and both had a problem chipping off the top coat where jerks in line hit your board..
This board was the first Snoboard i owned and i would reccomend it to any begginer boarder. I took this board to lake luise, sunshine, and whistler and it held its own on the big slopes! It is a great Board for the Pric
This board was the first Snowboard I owned and I would reccomend it to any begginer boarder. I took this board to lake luise, Sunshine, and Whistler and it held its own on the big slopes! It is a great board for the Pric
I am an all around boarder and this was perfect for my situation. It can do groomed, powder and park very well. However, doing fast speeds on groomed can get a bit out of hand. You begin to travel extremely fast and the board is not exactly stable. Sometimes i could feel it shifting beneath me
I picked this board up as the first board I owned for $120. I thought that 157 cm would be the right size for me, but it wasn't. I thought the board would be great for butters, but I was wrong. It was super stiff, which is good for progression, but not for a park board. I snowboard all of the mountain, from the groomers to the park to the backcountry. The board worked great in the occasional powder and worked amazingly in northwestern crud and slush. I am now looking to replace it because I need a board that is more flexible, so I can work on my park snowboarding. Overall the snowboard is very good for most of the mountain, but could use more flex for the park
this is described as a park board but i feel like its more of a board to just cruise with. you would think it would be soft or even flexible but it actually is quite stiff. i tried the 151. it was a fun ride but seemed not very forgiving.
This is described as a park board but I feel like it's more of a board to just cruise with. You would think it would be soft or even flexible but it actually is quite stiff. I tried the 151 and it was a fun ride but seemed to not be very forgiving.
My buddy had me borrow it before my new board came in. He and I are the same size which helped. All in all, I thought the board was pretty solid on making cuts and got some decent speed going downhill. It wasn't as flexible as I would like but still got the job done for a couple days
Overall the board is sweet. I personally love the graphics on the board. For use on everyday boarding, this does the trick. For parks and such, this board is awesome. The board handled all the trails, slopes with relative ease. Plus it got some nice looks too from the renters and Salomon owners. The board, having a shiny clearcoat, dings and scratches quite easily. The first couple ones you get will irritate you but eventually you'll stop caring like I did. Some people will argue that this board is a bit loose and not as firm as it could be which I tend to agree with. I would like it if this board was a bit stiffer. Carving up and down Heavenly was easy with this board and, it being a twin shape, made for easy transitions. Overall, the board is great for a novice (if you have no issues with paying [$]+ for a board) or the intermediate/advanced rider. For most recreational users, this board will suit just fine.
I rode this board for about 2 years and always had a blast on it. very solid and predictable. Great for stepping up your switch riding skills. Great for jumps because it's stiff for taking those hard landings.. At times it feels over-stable and lunky whe compared to other boards. Def not what i would take to a jib sesh but u can make it work (consider it a handicap)
I have rode this board for 2 years and although it was a great board when I bought it, after riding friends board I would not recommend it. Its a lot heavier than I would like and its not very flexible. It is great for jumps though
I have rode this board for 2 years and although it was a great board when I bought it, after riding friends board I would not recommend it. It's a lot heavier than I would like and it's not very flexible. It is great for jumps though
rode this board for the entire of last season. Great all-mountain board for beginners through to advanced riders. I got to use the board for a number of pow days and felt it handled it very well. The only downside of this board is it is a little stiff in the park. If you love riding the entire mountain this board is for you.