Burton Family Tree Mystery Landlord '20

Burton Family Tree Mystery Landlord '20
Burton Family Tree Mystery Landlord 2020
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Burton have pulled all their recourses and have come up with the Rolls Royce of a Snowboard. The very best board possible with a mystery construction.

Neck deep pow is cool, but nothing beats a day spent hot lapping your favorite runs, smashing side hits, and treating the whole mountain like a terrain park. Straight up, this board is hungrier for deep carves and natty airs than you are. Spark up the groomers, slash the stashes, and put your signature on every side hit along the way.

Style: Powder 9/10 -  All Mountain 6/10 - Park 5/10
Rocker Type: Directional Camber
Ability Level: Intermediate/ Advanced
Flex: Mid 5.5/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)
Shape: Freeride Directional

  • Directional Camber puts rocker in the nose of the board, adding extra float in powder while retaining the response and stability of traditional camber.
  • Freeride Directional shape - This board has a shape designed specifically for freeriding, featuring a longer, wider nose and a shorter, tapered tail which combine to give you effortless float in powder and better performance riding forwards.
  • Core: FSC™ Certified Dragon Fly II™ 500G Core,  Multizone™ EGD™
  • Methlon Base - Incredibly durable and low-maintenance, the Methlon base is the highest grade sintered base available from Burton, providing flat-out speed that lasts.
  • Mystery Glass Burton are keeping this one confidential, but just be sure this is some feather-light, robotic-built, space age tech that simultaneously improves power and response.

  • ReRez allows Burton to deconstruct the scraps left over from board shaping, sort them, and then return the materials to the recycling stream to be re-used in other products.
  • Design features: Pro-Tip™, Infinite Ride™, Super Sap® Epoxy


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