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Having big feet is generally a good thing (you know what they say about big feet, yada, yada) but it’s a pain in the ass when you have to choose between dragging your toes off the edge of your board or riding a board that’s too long to have any fun in the park. Yetis rejoice—Burton’s Deuce Wide Snowboard, the widest board it makes, has a waist sized for your giant boot as well as major snap, crackle, and pop all over the mountain.

  • Grip and Rip edge tune means the Deuce Wide arrives on your doorstep ready to slice the mountain up
  • Symmetrical twin shape rides just as easily regular as it does switch; directional flex helps maintain control and flow through all terrain and conditions
  • Lightweight Super Fly Core mixes up hard and soft woods to save weight and improve snap and response.
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Not my favorite

    I found this board cheap on Whiskey Militia, and I bought it without doing much research. The few reviews I did read said that it was okay for all-mountain (I'm closer to a free-rider than all-mountain) so I bought it.

    I don't think this board really qualifies as all-mountain. It's a twin, and very soft, so it falls into the park/freestyle area more-so than the all-mountain category. It doesn't do very well on ice or steeps or pow. I wouldn't recommend this board unless you're going to be using it exclusively in the park.

    I wasn't super impressed, but hey, that's why I get for buying a board without doing research simply because it was cheap.

    I'm replacing it with a Rossi Experience, which I think will be much better for me in the long run.

    When will the size 166-168's come ot for...

    When will the size 166-168's come ot for this board?