Drop with the Deuce.
The Burton Deuce Snowboard combines a twin shape and flex with a slightly setback stance to give you control on the high peaks and plenty of performance in the park. A soft flex helps riders who love to butter boxes and makes every pow turn feel like the best you’ve ever had.
- Twin shape and flex, so you can charge switch
- Sintered base for plenty of speed and lots of durability
- Infinite Ride tuning technology gives this ride plenty of pop
- Pro Tip construction reduces swing weight for easier rotations
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I bye a "Burton Deuce Snowboard -...
I bye a "Burton Deuce Snowboard - 09/10 - 159cm" Board with "Ride RX Snowboard Binding M".
I can't locate the Bindings on the board holes. Is there any adapter or something?
Can you post a picture of your board? I'm not sure I understand what the problem is.
Only got to use it for 2 days as I got it on an end of season sale, but glad I did. It'll serve me well for a long time. Lots of fun, does what I need it to do and pretty cheap. Can't beat it. It's no pro board but it's very rideable and responsive.
first owned snowboard
I've taken this up for 5 days this season after buying it three weeks ago. I'm really new to snowboarding, so I'm not going to be the best judge of it, but I like it. That being said, the only other thing I've ridden is a rental burton LTR. The Deuce is much lighter, much more stable at higher speeds, and a heck lot more flexible. This took awhile to get used to, but I'm guessing it's an appropriate board for my post-beginner board ownership.
What is the difference in this board from...
What is the difference in this board from the clash and bullet as far as which is better in park and all mtn and stiffness.
Each of those boards have their own advantages/disadvantages depending on your skill level.
If you're an experienced rider,
I would definitely have to say the Deuce is going to be the better choice. It doesn't have "Cruise Control" so you're not going to be sliding everywhere on the mountain, but rather maintain your edge and tear the mountain up. It also has a twin shape so you will be able to huck switch.
If you're a beginner,
The Blunt would be the better of the 3. The Cruise Control makes the snowboard concave, giving you a much more forgiving buttery feel to the board. It's also rated as a 3 out of 10 flex so it'll be stiff enough for high speed cruising.