Turn on the afterburners and rip mountain terrain on the Burner Snowboard.
At the peak of freeride technology stands Salomon's most advanced deck, the Burner Snowboard. Using Salomon's Spaceframe construction, the Burner provides increased edge through a combination of cap and sidewall construction. The Zeolit sintered base makes the Burner fast in any snow conditions, but it likes powder the best. CNC profiling creates a slightly softened tip and tail to allow easier turn initiation and exit while the middle of the board remains very stiff, giving it solid stability when you're really haulin'. If big drops, open powder fields and steep couloirs are your favorite places to ride, then this is the board you should be strapping onto.
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(I am 6ft. 215lbs. and have been riding for 10+ years)Just returned from Vail and rode the heck out of my new Burner 166. This board is the real deal. Looks great and performs even better. Light, agile, and FAST. Leaning into 70 degree angles on groomed runs without even hesitating. Pow was awesome. No real nose dives as the board ripped through the heavily trekked fluff. I would highly recommend getting this board if you bomb, rip, carve your way down the mountain.