Burton Fish 2018
If you are looking for the most float, in a short and surfy board, you can't beat the Burton Fish. The double swallow-tail combined with the aggressive 30mm of taper mean that the nose is going to be up and floating even in the deepest snow.
The Carbon I-Beam runs down the backbone of the board, giving you extra pop and stability for those hard and fast turns. Size it down for a fun, floaty and surfy ride!
Directional Flat Top - a flat profile overall for stability and rocker nose keeps deep powder surfing effortless.
Flex: 5/10 (1= soft, 10=stiff)
The Fish is constructed in a very directional shape all the way down to the core. The nose is a bit softer for added float while the tail is stiffened up for more control even when it's so short.
Directional - A longer nose than tail you will be sure this board can pop off a decent ollie while still having the nose to float above any powder that comes your way.
Super fly II 700G - 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 - Along the heel and toe edge on two unbroken zones, perpendicular to the rest of the core. This gives dependable edge hold and power.
Squeezebox - Burton puts thicker core sections outside the bindings for evenly distributing energy while softer under the bindings for movability.
Sintered WFO - These bases are super strong and super fast, they hold wax like a dream and can be your hero on those days you hit a few rocks.
Infinite Ride - Burton overbuild some of their boards and then a machine breaks it in for you! This makes the board ride the same from day 1 till day 100.
Pro Tip - A thinner tip and tail means reduced weight and swing when in the air. Helping you to send it!
Boards Lengths: 151cm, 156cm, 161cm
Recommended Rider Weight:
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