Park weapon for pint-sized super heroes.
- Flat Top features a flat area between the feet to provide stability and continuous edge control, with early-rise tip and tail for a catch-free and loose feel
- Biax fiberglass offers a forgiving, jib-friendly flex
- Scoop edges are turned up slightly are the tip and tail for a forgiving and catch-free ride
- Rail Ready edge tune uses pre-beveled edges for hang-up free jibbing right out of the plastic
- Fly Core uses wood from tip to tail for a lightweight and poppy ride
- True twin shape lets you dial in your switch tricks
- Extruded base is fast and easy to repair
- Pro-Tip uses a thinner tip and tail for reduced swing weight
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Looking for a beginning board for my son,...
Looking for a beginning board for my son, 130-136cm... that's good to learn on... for down-the-mountain riding. Not trick park riding so much. Would the Super Hero Smalls be good? Any other suggestions?
This one could work, but I tend to avoid Burton products because a lot of non-Burton bindings are not compatible with Burton snowboards and vice versa, which is kind of a pain. Both of these boards are slightly more expensive, but two boards I would strongly recommend are the LibTech Lib Ripper BTX (http://www.backcountry.com/lib-technologies-lib-ripper-skate-banana-btx-snowboard-kids?ti=UExQIE9uIFNhbGU6S2lkcycgU25vd2JvYXJkczoxOjI4&skid=LBT0281-ONECOL-S120CM) & GNU Danny Kass Mini BTX (http://www.backcountry.com/gnu-danny-kass-mini-btx-snowboard-kids-gnu0189?ti=UExQIE9uIFNhbGU6S2lkcycgU25vd2JvYXJkczoxOjMx&skid=GNU0189-ONECOL-S115CM). Both have been designed with beginners in mind, but also progression. Also, if you are looking for something in the 130-136cm range, I would lean towards something in the 134-136cm range so that he can use it longer. Sorry for the long reply, but I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any more questions or need any clarification.
WIll the forum recon binding fit on this...
WIll the forum recon binding fit on this board
I got this board at the beginning of the season and it handles everything you throw at it, whether you're hitting rails/boxes, hitting jumps, or just messing around on flat snow. It's definitely an awesome board for a beginner who's just getting into the jumps and rails.
New Flat Top results in better balance and stability on boxes, rails, takeoffs and landings whether ripping the mini park or graduating to bigger features. The easy feel of this park board will help you progress and stick more tricks for your next internet flick. Get clipped up.
Would union dlx bindings fit on this theyre...
Would union dlx bindings fit on this theyre size m/l? And would this be good for a experienced park rider? (Ex. 360 melons)