Burton Custom Smalls 2018
The Burton Custom Smalls is just like the big guy version but scaled down to mini size. Made for the little dude who rips everything from park to powder and with the combination of rocker and traditional camber he gets a smooth and stable ride. Perfect for the kid who has mastered the basics and wants something to take his riding to the next level of progression. With a twin shape he can change up to switch and back again with ease. Get versatile on the Custom Smalls
Camber Type: Flying V
It's a magical blend of playful rocker with the added performance of camber. With the reverse camber running from the middle to the ends of the board the mountain will be your playground. When you need to get serious out there the camber under your feet will give your that extra edge hold and response you need to tear it up.
Flex: 5/10 (1 = soft, 10 = stiff) Twin Flex
Board is constructed the same at both ends to give a smooth ride while riding regular or switch.
The same flex and shape ether way you look at it from tip to tail.
Core: Super fly 800g
By using stronger and lighter wood throughout the core this board has the pop and strength where its needed while keeping things super light. DualzoneEGDalong the heel and toe edge on two unbroken zones, perpendicular to the rest of the core. This gives dependable edge hold and power.
Easy care and easy to repair - perfect for kids.
Additional Features: Pro Tip
A thinner tip and tail means reduced weight and swing when in the air. helping you to send it!
Boards Lengths: 135cm, 140cm, 145cm Wide
Stance Set Back:0mm (Centred Stance)
(145cm Wide) 245mm
Recommended Rider Weight:
(145cm Wide) 45-60kg
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