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When it's high tide at the resort, break out the Burton Modified Fish Snowboard for surfy fun from tight trees and steep chutes to wide-open powder bowls. Its directional, tapered shape and rockered nose keep you on top of the deepest snow with ease, and the reduced sidecut and more centered (but still directional) stance add a loose, surfy feel.
Substantial rocker in the nose, a set-back stance, and a swallow tail mean this board stays on top of nipple-deep snow with little effort, while a large flat zone from the front foot to the tail ensure high-speed stability and help you hold an edge on hardpack snow. Squeezebox core profiling creates thicker sections underfoot where you need strength and energy transfer, and thinner sections in other areas to keep the board playful and surfy. And with Infinite Ride, the board is purposely overbuilt then broken in, so it feels the same from day 1 to 100.
- Surfy and versatile pow shredder
- Flat with rockered nose for effortless float
- Directional shape is designed for the steep and deep
- Medium flex is lively and playful
- Dualzone EGD enhances edge hold and strength
- Tapered tips reduce swing weight
- Sintered WFO base is fast and durable
- Since 1977, Burton has been at the forefront of snowboarding
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- Q & A
First Impressions are Everything
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I picked up the Burton Fish in a 156cm to compliment my T.Rice Pro HP 161.5cm, but haven't gotten a chance to ride it yet. I was looking for a more complimentary board for the trees and riding some deep stuff that I could surf.
Just snowed for like a week straight here in the Wasatch and the Fish was found on top of all 6 feet that was dumped. This board rips, period. We started calling it a boat with how much this bad boy was floating around in the pow, and because it was so damn wide!! Seriously this thing is yuuuuuuuuuuge. We rode a couple knee-thigh deep days down the cirque and in Tiger Tail and this puppy stomps and surfs through the pow.
Feel free to downsize a little on this bad boy seeing as its so wide it really feels larger than what the size actually is, then you will have yourself a glades and deep day board all in one.
The sidecut is tiny on this board which is going to make tight turns in the trees a piece of cake. The flex is directional being softer in the nose and stiffer in the tail for more pop. I’m pumped to take this out in January when some of those deep days hit!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've ridden this board in lots of deep powder, it really stays on top of the snow. Very much off the back foot. If you come from a skate or surf background this will feel natural. Rips slashes like frontside smith grinds on pool coping. Shape is great in tight VT woods. Insanely fun in powder. Watch your bros having a hard time while the giant nose surfaces like Jaws, and you float a big shifty into a toe side slash. Very stable on hardpack, not a great groomer carver; tail wants to wash out but you can keep it under control. Fun in slush.Good pop, good Ollie snaps. Lif ties will complement you on it