|Core:||NoCore with Negative Profile Core|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Burton No Fish Snowboard
The Burton no fish snowboard 156 is one of the most durable, lightweight boards on the market today. The Burton armorecore high durable construction, non stick UV lacquer coating and free base design makes this board almost indestructible to the elements. The solid "pre-cured" biax fiberglass make the Burton no fish 156 light and easy to carry. The design of the board make it stand out from the rest and allow you to look like a pro while your carving down the powdery slope of the mountain side. The Burton no fish snowboard 156 is the most have board of this year. The freedom stance traction pad make this a wonderful board for beginners or professional's just free-styling the hill
- Feel: 5
- Tapered [25MM]
- Directional Flex
- Lightspeed Vision Base
- NoCore with Negative Profile Core
- Triax Response Fiberglass
- Slantwall Sidewalls
- Grip and Rip Tune Edges
- Torsion Control NoBoard Flex
- Freedom Stance Traction Pad
- Beveled Base
- Concave Top
- Adjustable Reins Harness
- S-Rocker Swallow Tip
- Pro Tip
- New Longer Nose Shape
|Effective Edge (cm)||114.50|
|Tip Width (cm)||30.61|
|Tail Width (cm)||30.61|
|Waist Width (cm)||25.20|
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.
Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!
I really like this board. Great for powder, but I also found it fast in a lot of different snow. Not for the park! I do like the feel very much. Some may not like the shape, but I do.
Conditions: 2 feet of fresh snow. Location: Local secret glades/ about 100 ft vert. This was probably the most unique board I have ever ridden. Really only useable in deep snow, I actually got a decent amount of use on this board last season since my area got blizzards almost weekly. The first few runs were tricky, but like all new things, you get used to it. It is an agile board, and the hold rope allows you to use your arms in a different way than just balance. It floated very well in the snow, and was maneuverable around trees and logs. There really is not much more to say since it is a one trick pony, but it is defintely fun to have. I will be bringing this on all my future trips to hit some side of the road lines after the hills close.