Make sure his snowboard career lasts more than one day.
- Easy Rider technology features a convex base that works in conjunction with the rocker profile and pre-tuned edges for an easy, catch-free ride
- Grippy foot pads over binding inserts and Ringlet (for a tow rope) allow beginners to learn balance and sliding without the need to strap in
- Tip-to-tail Fly wood core for durability and pop
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My son loves his chopper. All his friend notice it when they come in his room. He rides with no problems on it. It's a solid youth board. No complaints.
4 yr old on a Chopper 90
Start young with this board
I bought the smallest version of this board for my son when he was not quite 3 years old. The smallest sizes have grippy pads that your kid can stand on without bindings. The tow rope (not included) attaches on the end, and then you can pull your kid around. My son's 4 now, and he fits in Burton's smallest boots and bindings. He can ride a very low-angle hill now (with help, of course).
is this board good for going down hills...
is this board good for going down hills and hitting jumps
yes this would be a great board for that
I rode this a while back had no problem on the jumps.
hey is this board good to go down hills...
hey is this board good to go down hills and hit jumps
Great 1st season board!
I rode this two seasons ago. It is much better for learning on then rental boards. This board can get you from turning to tearing up the park!