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For little guys who ride big.

Groms seem to be shredding harder every year. So if your pint-sized ripper is hell bent on out-riding everyone else on the hill, he needs a little board that packs a full size punch, like the Burton Custom Smalls Flying V Snowboard. Based off Burton's best-selling Custom platform, the Smalls takes advantage Flying V hybrid camber to provide a fun, catch free ride blended with tons of stability. So you'd better try to keep up while you still can. Pretty soon he won't be so tiny, and he'll be leaving everyone in the dust.

Burton's Flying V hybrid camber is on display with the Smalls, and that means rocker between the feet for a floaty, catch free ride, blended with camber in the tip and tail for locked in turns and stomped landings. The true twin shape and twin flex means it rides exactly the same switch as it does regular, for freestyle fun everywhere on the mountain.

The biaxial fiberglass construction provides plenty of flex for smaller riders to manhandle their board, while still being stiff enough to be stable on hardpack snow and high-speed jump lines. Weight is kept to a minimum with the Super Fly core construction, and it's further reduced with the Pro-Tip tip and tail that enable effortless spins. And since young riders are still learning the ropes, the extruded base is both durable and easy to repair, so they can spend the day in the hill, not in the shop.

  • Rocker between feet, cambered tip and tail
  • True twin shape
  • Super Fly Core
  • Extruded base

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Will the burton boards work with 5150...

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Will the burton boards work with 5150 bindings? I'd really like to keep them for another year until my son grows out of them and then upgrade