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As tough as a freestyle board should be.

Burton built the mid-wide Twin Snowboard to handle the ass kicking that your ride takes when you spin laps through the terrain park or meet your crew at a city rail. The Twin Snowboard's Park Fly II wood core provides mind-blowing pop while its ultra-lightweight Pro-Tip construction reduces swing weight for spinning power. A forgiving, freestyle-focused flex gives you confidence while learning new tricks without sacrificing stability and control when you go huge. Burly 10:45 sidewalls and Burton's Infinite Ride construction helps you slay rails and float road gaps for years to come. * Burton shipped us these boards with assorted colored bases. We have no control over which you get. The board you get might look different, but we're sure you'll be stoked. - Fall 2008.

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'09 Burton Twin w/ Burton Freestyle Bindings

'09 Burton Twin w/ Burton Freestyle Bindings

'09 Burton Twin w/ Burton Freestyle Bindings

is this better then the forum hundreds

is this better then the forum hundreds

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The boards are pretty comparable. But the Forum hundreds has an upgraded core. The hundreds is lighter and more responsive. If that is what you're looking for, then it is "better" if not than it isn't. Both boards are really good and do what they are made to do.

i wear a size 13 boot, would i need a wide...

i wear a size 13 boot, would i need a wide snowboard? what is the difference?

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You would defiantly need a wide board. 10.5 is primarily where the line is drawn for people when deciding if they need a wide or a regular board. After a 10.5 on a regular width board you will notice that you have quite a bit of toe drag. By moving to a wide board that toe drag is minimized and provides you with a safer more fun riding day. Basically wide board = less toe hang up especially on a boot as big as a 13.

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check out the Burton Custom Wide, Burton Blunt Wide, Forum Destroyer Wide, Young blood Wide, Burton Bullet!

And yes, I wider waist will accommodate your foot size so you don't get toe/heel drag.

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The Burton twin is a mid-wide board I have had older 153 and now have a 157. I wear a 11.5-12 boot and have never had issues with toe or heel drag. You Could probably pull off a 157 with size 13. Just try to stay with in 15-20 lbs of weigh recommendation if you plan on ever floating some powder on this bad boy. Great Great Board

5 5


ok i'm trying to get a new freestyle board for my son and he is 12 years old. What should the centimeter be for a person that age?

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It is really based on weight... Check the sizing chart above.

But, here is an example:
Rider Weight
100 lb

if he will ride all over the mountain(Freeride)

If he will be into tricks (freestyle)

The smaller board will be more 'loose and playful' and easy to control. I larger board will be more stable at high speeds and float better in powder.

Write your question here...i usually do...

Write your question here...i usually do park mostly but i like to freeride and sometimes aggressive riding so high speed carving. how good will this board be

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This board has a fairly gentle side cut to it as its made to hit big kickers and park features...

However, with that said, you will have no problem with the board handling at high speeds and it will carve really good, just not super deep and fast. In other words, its very stable but not edgy to the point that it will throw you down.

how good is this board in the pouder

how good is this board in the pouder

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its really just a low end park board i really wouldn't recommend it for pow, it wont be as much fun and that base will definitely slow you down

i spend most of the day in the park but i...

i spend most of the day in the park but i like doing a little bit of free riding throughout the day and hitting the tree runs and back country kickers. is this board good for anything?

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well its a decent park board especially for the price, depending on what is available at your mountain and which you enjoy more i would get this or a nice custom that thing can do it all

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Fun but a little loose

The twin is a lot of fun for playing around on the mountain but it doesn't hold up well in more aggressive terrain or all snow conditions. A lot of chatter in choppy/sloppy snow and will lose its edge on steep or icy slopes. If you want to play in the park and butter the mountain but also want to stay in control at speed and not get beat up in the chop check out the Skate Banana.

Hi, I m from Argentina, I will stay in NY...

Hi, I m from Argentina, I will stay in NY from may 23 to 27, could you send it to me there, thanks

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I am sure they could do that. You will just have to call customer service at 800-409-4502 and I am sure they would be able to set everything up.

Does this board come with a tuned edge for...

Does this board come with a tuned edge for rails? (1 or 2 degrees)

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burton doesnt specify an angle but this does NOT come with a rail ready edge tune

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Edges on the twin come sharp (and sharp all around, I de-tune the tip and tail waaay down.) It also runs a 1 degree base bevel, not the 3 degree that most jib-specific Burtons come with.

I keep reading that the base color might...

I keep reading that the base color might be different than the pic shows. What is the base, the top, the bottom the middle? Would it be as big as if the pic shows a board with a red top, black bottom, and cool designs, then you get a board with a pink top, purple bottom, and unicorn pictures all over it in the mail????

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i wish everyone could ask questions as good as you do, funny funny!...anyway its always the same design, just different colors...and sometimes its the same design with different details, like one of the ICS boards last year had a pic of an animal on the top, and different boards had different animals on them....its still all the same design you see in the picture

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Slight imperfections but sick nonetheless...

The graphics are way sicker in person vs. the pictures you see online of it. I noticed some imperfections on the lower layers underneath the topsheet but other then that the product is top-notch. Very flexy...very sexy...I'm very happy with my purchase.

Update (1/06/2010) - Sent it back for a refund a few months back because the top sheet was flaking and there was a big chunk of edge missing. I only used the board about 5-6 days last season. Maybe I got a LEMON.

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Naj dude, agree with all of your statements. awesome board! got a bunch of pop and performs. but as u say i have been noticing the top sheet flaking and other small imperfections in the side wall. whatever though, rides like a charm and it still visually outshines other boards on the mountain with the flaking and stuff.

Hello, I want a board that can hit rails,...

Hello, I want a board that can hit rails, ramps, and keep up with skiers on the trails. Is this a good board for me? If not can you name some that would be good

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For sure it would be. This is one of Burton's main freestyle boards, perfect for the park as well as cruising groomers. Only time this board would falter would be powder riding.

is this good for just going down the...

is this good for just going down the mountain or is it only good for freestyle?

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any board will get you down the mountain, this one wouldnt be good for double blacks, deep powder, or any advanced mountan riding, but it will definitly get you from terrain park to terrain park no problem

I take a size 11 1/2 (us). Is this board...

I take a size 11 1/2 (us). Is this board wide enough?

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Anything with a waist width under 255mm and you'll have toe or heel drag depending on your angles, boots/binders, etc. I wear 11.5 Salomons and prefer boards in the 260mm to 270mm waist width range.

5 5

Nice board

I rode this board for 3 years and it was great. Nice and flexible so you have a nice feel on boxes and rails but also stiff enough to hit some big kickers. Sadly enough about a month I snapped it going off a 50 footer so I decided to move away from burton to get the www w/ rocker and I love it even better than the twin.

5 5

GREAT snowboard

I just bought this snowboard (148cm) a month ago and have went riding with it mainly in the park. The board is amaizing, I am very happy i bought it! it slides through boxes and rails very smoothly, you can butter on the snow so clean, and glide over jumps landing gently onto the ground. Deffanitaly worth the buy!

I've been snowboarding several times and...

I've been snowboarding several times and am finally tired of the same ol' rent gear; I figure it's time to get my own stuff. Do you have any suggestions for a complete set up (Board, Bindings etc.)? I'm about 6ft, and ride bascially and slope difficluty.Thanks.

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I started on a Rossignol setup: boots, board, bindings. Get an all-mountain board and go to a local ski shop and pay to the the bindings put on properly. Check tramdock and whiskeymilitia for full setups.