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The Burton Sherlock Snowboard combines a snappy yet stompable flex with a twin-like shape built to get buck wild in the pow. The float-enhancing Side Effects and Flying V rocker profile keep you surfing on top of the deep, while Frostbite edges and Smooth Ride shock absorption make short work of chopped-up run-outs and hard-packed groomer laps.

  • Flying V hybrid-camber profile for a balance of catch-free fun, deep-snow float, and high-speed control
  • Squeezebox core profiling offers more effective longitudinal energy transfer for bigger ollies with less effort
  • Triax fiberglass with carbon I-beam for a poppy, responsive ride that still feels playful
  • Side Effects lengthen your contact points for more surface area and better float in deep snow
  • Frostbite Edges extend slightly out from binding-mount zones for predictable, powerful grip in all snow conditions
  • Smooth Ride shock absorption for less chatter and a plush ride
  • The Channel mounting system allows infinite stance options and a more natural flex

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5 5

Good Board

Upgraded to this board from a softer more park centric all-mountian board. Worked well this season, in mostly hard-packed or groomers. Kept it's edge well and was easy to carve with. First board I've had that uses the "flying v,"haven't caught an edge yet. Unfortunately, not many big powder days this year, but in the small pockets I found, the board floated nicely.

I tried to use a pair of older (3-4 years) Ride bindings with a convertor plate, but it never held on secure enough. The Burton Mission EST bindings, I ended up going with, fit very well and gave you a slightly better feel for the snow.

Good Board
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whats the differences between this and the...

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whats the differences between this and the custom flying V? whichl be a better board for a beginner east coast boarder (ie, no park, lots of hard pack and ice)

5 5

Legit

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I have last year's model (lightning pattern) in 160, and it is LEGIT.

I haven't taken it in powder yet, but for groomers and chop it handled pretty darn well... and it's fast!

My other board is a custom 157 wide, so I was worried at first that the sherlock wouldn't be wide enough. I use size 11.5 boots and there was no drag whatsoever.

I gotta say, I'm extremely happy with this board, and will be taking it to Durango this month!

5 5

All-Mountain Freestyle

A twin-like directional flexing board with Flying V for your rider who rides the mountain as their park. New Smooth Ride internal dampening lets you ride faster through rough terrain with more control and less wear on your body. If you are killing pow, dropping cliffs, and sending backcountry booters this is the board for you. Watch Mikey Rencz destroy the mountain on this stick in the new Burton Movie Thirteen.

5 5

All-Mountain Freestyle

A twin-like directional flexing board with Flying V for your rider who rides the mountain as their park. New Smooth Ride internal dampening lets you ride faster through rough terrain with more control and less wear on your body. If you are killing pow, dropping cliffs, and sending backcountry booters this is the board for you. Watch Mikey Rencz destroy the mountain on this stick in the new Burton Movie Thirteen.

Im thinkin about gettin a sherlock, but...

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Im thinkin about gettin a sherlock, but im not too sure of what size i want. Im 6 foot 1, and about 175 pounds. I like going freestyle, and mostly ride powder when i can find it. I have a burton malolo 162 that works great for epic powder days, but its not too hot for spinning or stomping tricks in the backcountry. I also have a DC MLF 154, which is tiny, and ripped all over the mountain, i never had a problem with chatter or powder or anything. But with the flying v, im confused on what size, either a 157 or 160, If someone could help, thats be sick

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so I bought this board for the 10/11 season in Breckenridge and rode it daily. I really love the flying V design with the camber,rocker,camber. nice and springy. I am 6' but weigh less about 150 if i remember correctly from when i lived there. It's definitely long for my weight but I rode it with no complications. I went with the 160 cm not knowing how epic the pow was going to be that season (it set records for recent years). I recommend a 22.5 stance over the center for regular days but for the steep and deep i would keep it about that, but no less than 21 apart and SLIDE THE BINDINGS BACK (EST system is sooooo handy for quick changes but get those screws TIGHT!!!) it'll give you a nice surf feel with the same amount of pop that this board carries. I will warn a 160 in the park takes some getting used to but you have a 154 by DC so you are covered. that's my 2 cents. shred long and prosper. cool thing about my years model is it glows in the dark, scared the shit outta me the first time I realized it