Burton designed the Women’s Troop Snowboard for riders who want to take their park-honed tricks to the entire mountain. A directional shape gives you extra flotation on deep pow days while Pro-Tip construction reduces swing weight and helps you throw a backside three off your next cornice drop.
- Sintered Vision base ensures you have all the speed you need to charge a chute
- Soft flex makes powder riding feel completely effortless
- Negative Core Profile reduces torsional rigidity for a more playful feel
- Super Fly core shaves weight and increase pop for better jumping performance
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It says this board has soft flex, so how...
It says this board has soft flex, so how does it handle at higher speeds or in icier conditions?
Its soft enough to handle the park, pow and smaller features along the mountain. But to take this off of a 50' booter, I wouldnt reccomend it. But its a sintered base, so it will flex differently than and extruded. Meaning at higher speeds the sintered base will go faster and should hold up better than the extruded. Extruded is better for the park as it is a harder base and hold up better to rails and boxes
Love my Troop!
I have the '09 Burton Troop and I love it. It's a fantastic all-mountain board. I'm 5'4" and 130lbs, so I got a 151cm. It was long enough for powder days, but not too long for the other stuff.
Ladies, if you want a board to take you all over the mountain, get this one.
This board is so sweet! It's my first Burton, same size as my Morrow but really fast and smooth. I paired it with Burton Cartel bindings, and the combo is awesome.
can you only use burton bindings on burton...
can you only use burton bindings on burton boards?
you can use any bindings on these (except the new Burton EST w/ the 'channel')