Other boards bow down in respect.
You're the guy that Burton designed the Honcho Wide Snowboard for. What you lack in riding experience and riches you make up for in show size. The Honcho can handle your enormous man-feet without demanding seasoned-pro skills or an oil-tycoon investment. And it does all that without skimping on important features like a SuperFly core, a sintered base, and DualZone EGD construction.
- Traditional camber base for smooth carving and plenty of edge control
- SuperFly core is a vertical sandwich of hard and soft woods that reduces weight and increases pop
- Directional shape gives you the most predictable high-speed carving
- Sintered base is tough, fast, and easy to repair
- Dualzone EGD places the wood perpendicular along the toe and heel edges in two different zones to optimize edge control
- Directional Flex means the board is packed with pop at the tail and resilience at the nose to help maintain control in any terrain
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Hi, im very interested in buying this board...
Hi, im very interested in buying this board but what bindings will fit it? I'd be most grateful for your advice. I was under the impression that Burton Custom EST's were suitable.
ross - i 'm told the EST bindings only work with the channel system.
I currently have some Burton Custom EST...
I currently have some Burton Custom EST bindings, can I use them on this board?
actually they can, you just need the converter for it
Big Foot meets progression
If you have big boots and want a traditional Cambered board that will give you a longer effective edge and a more predictable ride, well then, you?ve just been prescribed the Honcho.
Big foot meets progression
If you have big boots and want a traditional Cambered board that will give you a longer effective edge and a more predictable ride, well then, youve just been prescribed the Honcho.