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Do tricks, slash pow, repeat.

The Burton Trick Pony snowboard is the true twin freestyle ripper in the Big B's freeride-oriented Family Tree line. What that means for you is predictable switch takeoffs and landings, even in deep snow, and all the fall-line stability you want. Between the pointy nose and tail and flat top profile there's tons of float and a catch-free ride, which comes in handy when you're treating the entire mountain like your personal skate park.

Burton gave the Trick Pony a Flat Top profile, which blends the float of rocker with the power of camber. The shape and the flex are both twin, while there's a half inch of setback for a directional touch. So whether you prefer a bit of setback, or you're running a true-twin stance, you'll have float in spades. Side Effects give you the most effective edge length per size, for tons of edge control when it really matters.

Jumper Cable Hi-Voltage carbon stringers are employed in the tip and tail to increase pop and response, without making the board unnecessarily stiff. Infinite Ride ensures that the Trick Pony feels broken-in right out of the box, and maintains that feel for the life of the board. The Pro Tip construction reduces swing weight in the tip and tail for fast spins and quick direction changes. Your bindings are held on by the Channel mounting system, which works in conjunction with Burton's EST bindings to give you unlimited setup options and unparalleled flex and feel.

  • Flat Top profile
  • Twin shape
  • Twin sidecut
  • Super Fly II Core with Dualzone EGD
  • Sintered WFO base
  • The Channel binding mounting system

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