This is the Aftermath Squeezebox Edition Hi-Speed Quad caliber tiered board with a flex rating of a 5. This is a camber-shaped board with a twin-like shape and a directional flex. The tail’s going to be a little bit stiffer than the more resilient nose, and the Super Fly Core is absolutely phenomenal because tip to tail it’s got a wood core. On the sides and on the edges it has what’s called Dualzone EGD, where the hard and soft woods are actually perpendicular to the tip and tail wood fibers.
The fiberglass is a Triax fiberglass, it runs in three different directions at 45 degrees, -45 degrees and at 0 degrees, and it has a sintered base. It’s going to stay fast, it’s going to stay durable, and it’s going to stay amazing.
It has the Burton frostbite edges, so these edges actually stick out a little bit. So this is for the rider that likes to ride a little bit more hard pack, or is on some not so soft terrain, this is gonna help. And it also has what’s called the Squeezebox. So, the Squeezebox is kind of confusing, but I can make it simple for you. The core in the board is a little bit thinner under your feet on the outsides, and on the insides of your feet the board’s a little bit thicker then gradually tapers off to thin again. This causes an equal transfer of energy from your bindings that is smooth and consistent throughout the whole board.
It does have infinite ride, which is the process of breaking in this board at the Burton shop. There’s a machine that does that all day long so you don’t have to break this board in. And it also has jumper cables. This Aftermath has jumper cables inside of it. Underneath the bindings towards the tip and the tail there are energy transferring strips that help you distribute energy quickly and more efficiently to your edge for higher alleys and quicker turns.
This is the Burton Aftermath Squeezebox . Squeeze this thing into life if you ever ride it. Bye.