Burton Deja Vu Smalls 2018
The 2018 Burton Deja Vu Smalls is a mini-shredder all-terrain sensation that combines predictable performance with lively pop and applies it to the entire mountain. Burtons ever popular Flying-V camber is an ideal hybrid of camber and rocker, giving you easy turn initiation and catch-free control along with pop and stability, which means you can take the Deja Vu from untracked peaks to your favourite park. The Deja Vu is a board that will have you riding down any run with such confidence, you'll swear you've done it before.
Camber Type: Flat Top
More fun than a house party the Flat Top camber gives stability and edge control while still giving lift in the tip and tail for a loose and fun feel.
Flex: 4.5/10 (1 = soft, 10 = stiff)
Twin Flex - Board is constructed the same at both ends to give a smooth ride while riding regular or switch.
Ride it forwards, backwards, or upside down, this board is constructed exactly the same tip to tail for an identical ride when going switch or regular.
FSC Certified Super fly II 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.
Dualzone EGD - The wood grain of the core is position along the heel and toe edge on two unbroken zones, perpendicular to the rest of the core. This gives consistent edge hold and strength.
An easy care, easy repair base
Scoop - Expanded tip and tail that scoop up at the contact points, giving the board a looser, more catch free feeling on all snow conditions.
Pro Tip - A thinner tip and tail means reduced weight and swing when in the air. helping you to send it!
Filet-O-Flex - Extra padding to help take up the space of the super thing and lightweight board. It also dampens unwanted chatter from icy hard snow.
Rail Ready Edge Tune - Your edges come pre-tuned for minimal edge catch and minimal hassle.
Boards Lengths: 134cm, 138cm
Stance Set Back: 0mm
Recommended Rider Weight:
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