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Burton FP Snowboard


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Description: Burton FP Snowboard

The Burton FP snowboard is a specially designed niche board for racers. The wood core is designed for fine-tuned flex specific to a racing board, while the triax glass laminate helps with the torsional stiffness needed for strong edge grip out of this type of board. It has full wrap edge protection, durable vertical sidewalls and a high grade sintered base that is built for speed. If you are a racer, this board is made for your.

Key Features of the Burton Factory Prime Race Snowboard:
  • Wood Precision Core: milled to precise specifications for tine-tuned flex
  • Triax Glass Laminate for edge-gripping torsional stiffness
  • Tough Vertical Sidewalls protect the core with ABA
  • Full wrap, full protection edge
  • UHMW 2000 grade or Electra 4000 grade sintered base for speed and wax absorption
  • 3D for the most stance options from the fewest inserts
Length (cm) 159.7
Effective Edge (cm) 134.0
Tip Width (cm) 20.7
Tail Width (cm) 20.7
Waist Width (cm) 21.0
Sidecut (m) 2.5

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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.


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Race car on the slopes!! Pulls more G's than the space shuttle.
Lance E on Dec 13, 2013
Race car on the slopes!! Pulls more G's than the space shuttle.
Lance E on Dec 13, 2013
Can I use my est bindings on this?
A shopper on Sep 16, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure why you'd want to use conventional bindings on the FP snowboard - guess it would be fun. But no, an EST bringing would not work in this board.
You are showing an asym FP that happens to be for Regular stance. Is this the real board you are selling or is it a symmetrical board? Also I'm wondering how a race board has a wider waist wide than the nose and tail (20.7/21.0/20.7)? Also the sidecut radius of these board ran anywhere from 7 meters to 12 meters, a 2.5 meter radius would be way to small for a 159cm board. What's the deal with this? And as I recall these were race boards not freeride, great for SL, GS and Super-G. Classic fun ride however and I'm very interested in the board, just wanted some clarity of what you are selling exactly.
Kevin O on Jan 26, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 21.0 waist, sidecut depth 25/27mm toe/heel, sidecut radius 8.99/8.33meters toe/heel side (read directly off the board)