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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

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how does est system work?
can u use standard bindings?

Chad, the EST system on burton boards works with standard bindings, but you do need a converter disk for them. If you want the most out of a burton board you should also check out Burton's EST bindings. Where a regular binding has a dead spot where the disk is mounted on the board. EST bindings give you the most board feel under foot you can get.