Because lift lines get old quick.

When you're ready to leave the crowds and lift lines behind, grab the Burton Family Tree Anti-Social women's split snowboard and seek out the best turns of the season. The S Rocker profile means effortless riding on the way down, and hassle free skinning on the way up. Burton has dropped the weight to a minimum, so you'll get to the top with enough energy left to rip back down. We're not convinced it's anti-social. It's just a good idea.

The Day Trader is built on Burton's S Rocker profile, which combines traditional camber from the tail to the front binding with a rockered nose. That way, you get tons of float, while the camber ensures powerful turns and tons of grip when you're skinning up to the top. The 12mm of taper means the nose is wider than the tail to keep you floating on top of the fluffy stuff, not plowing through it.

The Pro Tip construction keeps the weight of the nose and tail down, which makes it easier to throw the Anti-Social around, and makes the climb easier too. There are standard touring brackets, binding mounts and hardware mounts, that you can mount your Voile hardware (sold separately) with ease. Plus, the sintered WFO base holds tons of wax and slides insanely fast.

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