|Core:||Negative Core Profile|
|Ability Level:||Entry Level|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
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.
|Effective Edge (cm)||112.50||115.50||118.50||121||124.50|
|Tip Width (cm)||28.78||29.10||29.52||29.82||30.46|
|Tail Width (cm)||28.78||29.10||29.52||29.82||30.46|
|Waist Width (cm)||24.70||24.90||25.20||25.40||25.90|
Burton channel system snowboards will only be compatible with Burton's EST bindings, Burton channel compatible bindings, or other bindings specifically listed as Channel Compatible.
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.
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