Futuristic high-tech jib destroyer.
If you're looking for a mellow-handling freestyle deck with all the tech you need to push the envelope, the Burton Antler snowboard is the answer your prayers. The twin shape, Flying V profile, scoop tips and tail, and soft flex all combine for effortless presses. But it's the carbon stringers and Frostbite edges that let the Antler hold onto lines that are more aggressive than its flex would have you believe. If you live for butters and side hits, and your basic rail board just isn't cutting it, consider the Antler your new partner in crime.
The Antler utilizes Burton's Flying V profile, which places camber between your feet for a catch-free ride and deep snow float, while the cambered tip and tail give you tons of edge hold and powerful ollies. It has a soft twin flex that makes butters a breeze, while still being stable for nuking into big jumps. And the scoop profile tip and tail give the ends of the board added float and reduced catch for freestyle fun all over the mountain.
The Dragonfly core keeps the weight to a minimum without sacrificing ride quality. Infinite Ride ensures that the Antler feels broken in out of the box, and keeps feeling that way throughout its lifespan. The Channel mounting system works in conjunction with Burton's EST bindings to deliver uninterrupted flex and incredible board feel. There's carbon Jumper Cables, that radiate out from the binding area to give you increased response without adding stiffness. Frostbite edges bump out underneath the bindings for added edge hold in all conditions. Since coming up short isn't an option, the WFO sintered base holds tons of wax and runs super-fast.
- Rocker between bindings, cambered nose and tail
- Twin shape
- Twin flex
- Frostbite edges
- Dragonfly Core with Multizone EGD
- Sintered WFO base
- The Channel binding mounting system
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Is the board Directional Shape? Burton...
Is the board Directional Shape? Burton has it listed as so, yet Dog Funk has it as Twin.
The tech sheet from mine says directional. It's about .50" longer in the nose. But it has a twin flex. I guess you could call it a twin with a .50" stance setback.
It's an awesome board and light as feather and super responsive in and out of park, nice float in powder, and still fast and stable with effortless pop.