Burton Feelgood Smalls 2018
The Burton Feelgood Smalls is a kid friendly version of the Burton Feelgood. With heroes like Kelly Clark riding this board it blend in the best of both worlds with rocker and traditional camber for a smooth and stable ride. Perfect for the girl who has mastered the basics and wants something to take her riding to the next level of progression. With a twin shape she can change up to switch and back again with ease. Get that Feelgood feeling!
Camber Type: Flying V
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: 4/10 Medium (1=soft, 10=stiff)
Twin Flex - Get your switch on with a twin flexing board. With the flex in the tail being an exact reflection of the flex in the tip you will get so good you'll forget if you're a goofy or regular rider!
Rides and flexes the same both ways.
Core: Super Fly 800g
Different wood placed in different parts of the board where you need creating a stronger more lightweight snowboard.
Easy care and easy to repair. Great for kids.
The Channel - Compatible with all major binding brands, The Channel gives you more stance width possibilities than ever before. Team up with a pair of Burton EST bindings for infinite stance options. Most bindings now fit on the channel system but if your unsure give us a call.
Pro Tip - A thinner tip and tail means reduced weight and swing when in the air, helping you to send it!
Board Lengths: 135cm, 140cm
Stance Set Back: 0mm (Centred)
- Not sure which size to get? Check out our snowboard size chart here.
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