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Looking for a downsized deep-day rocket for blasting through bowls and darting through trees? The Burton Fish Snowboard is your solution to surf-slashing powder on the deepest days of the year, combining effortless float with smooth-turning agility through tight trees and chutes. Its substantial set-back stance (2-inches at reference mounts), swallowtail design, and radical tapering (30-millimeters) keep the board's nose afloat without burning up your back leg on those chest-deep days.
The Fish's surf-influenced design adds a bit more girth to the waist, classifying it as a mid-wide board. As with fish-shaped surf boards, the Fish's increased surface area allows you to use a shorter board (approximately 3-5cm shorter) than what you'd normally ride in deep, untracked conditions. This maintains the float of longer pow boards, but without their lumbering, truck-like turning radius that keeps you from turning on a dime.
Instead of the S-Rocker found on earlier versions of the Fish, there's a Directional Flat Top profile that's predominately flat underfoot, with a huge, surf-inspired nose that kicks-up early with a nice dose of rocker. The result is a board that's stable, carves well on groomers (when you're seeking pow stashes), and nearly unsinkable in the deepest, untracked snow.
Inside this pow-specialist, the FSC Certified Super Fly II core keeps things extremely lightweight and responsive. Triax fiberglass is combined with a Carbon I-Beam for enhanced snap and response, especially when you're banking between trees and charging open bowls. Throw in Burton's lightning-fast sintered WFO base for the ultimate pow-surfer that carries speed across flats without bogging down in deep snow.
- Tapered directional swallowtail shape (30mm taper, 2in set-back)
- Directional Flat Top Profile (flat underfoot with early-rise nose)
- FSC Certified Super Fly II 700G core
- Squeezebox core profiling
- Triax fiberglass
- Carbon I-Beam
- Sintered WFO base
- Item #BUR010O
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
The Burton Fish is hands down one of the most fun boards I have ever ridden and that graphic... its a friggin shark(Austin Powers Reference). I have taken this into deep pow, groomers and even threw it into the park. I love being able to look in my closet and pick a board designed specifically for what I want to ride that day. With that said don't keep this board just for those frothy snorkel days pull it out for the groomers and lay down some euro carves. Make sure to keep a couple neck braces with you because you will snap peoples necks with this board everyone will ask with envy what it is all day long.
Devours the Whole Mountain
It'd been a few years since I purchased a Burton board. I finally decided I couldn't pass up this shape or graphic for the good snow year we were having in Utah. I've taken this board cat skiing in the Uintas, and resort riding throughout Utah. I've ripped powder, corn, groomers, and hot park laps. The 156cm is perfect for me and my style of riding (5'9", 175lbs). The board stays stable at speed, carves groomers decently, and even handles kickers in the park. But really where this board dominates is in the steep and deep terrain. Float is almost effortless and you can get barreled on every turn.
how does est system work?
can u use standard bindings?