Burton Day Trader 2018
The Burton Day Trader is the board you want when you are out looking for those secret deep spots in the trees, but still handles itself well on groomed runs.
The surfy and tapered shape combined with the Directional Flat Top profile means that you end up with a board that turns very smoothly, is stable at high speed and wants to float even in very deep snow. For the price, you won't find a powder board that can beat it!
Board Type - All Mountain / Powder
Directional Flat Top - Flat and stable between the feet with continuous edge control. Early rise in the nose for powder float.
Flex: 4/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)
Directional - A tapered shape means the nose is wider than the tail. This gives the board a smooth turn shape and promotes float in powder.
Super Fly II 700g -The lightest wood used to keep the weight down and stronger wood used in specific areas to provide strength where it's needed.
Triax Fiberglass - Three angles layers of fiberglass creating enough response to rip terrain and enough flex to have fun and make micro adjustments.
Recycled Sintered WFO - Strong and wax absorbent, added speed through the power of a sintered base. All the speed you need for a day riding park or racing for all the untracked lines.
Squeezebox - Thicker and thinner core sections throughout the board allow the board to flex where you want it and more power where you need it.
The Channel - This allows micro stance-width and angle changes. It also allows the board to fully flex all the way through by wiping out the dead-spot under your foot where the inserts would be. It's pretty rad and gives you near limitless stance options.
Infinite Ride - Get that new board feeling for longer with a ride that will feel the same from day one to day fifty.
Pro Tip - A thinner tip and tail reduce the swing weight of the board, maintaining a lightweight, natural feel and more board without the bulk.
Board Lengths: 140cm, 145cm, 150cm
Stance set back: 37.5mm
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