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Even small kickers, short rails, and a foot of snow is 'big' for a smaller person.

It's no secret that your offspring has the will of a super hero and the energy of the sun, so Burton hopes you'll embrace those traits with a seriously cool outfit and the means to take it to the hill. The outfit should be bold and the board should be the Burton Kids' Hero Smalls Snowboard.
  • V-Rocker profile offers continuous rocker the length of the board for catch-free playfulness and float in the pow
  • Twin Flex has equal amounts of pop packed into the nose and tail for easy switch shredding
  • Scoop technology features an exaggerated convex shape under the tip and tail for unmatched forgiveness and catch-free shredding anywhere on the hill
  • Pro Tip reduces weight at the tip and tail for less swing weight
  • Color varies slightly depending on size, so it may not match colors pictured

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You think this is a good board for a 13...

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You think this is a good board for a 13 year old boy, 5 foot 1, 104 pounds (all muscle ofcourse =)) who goes to the terrain park most likely?

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The 142 is a good board if you want it to fit him for 2 or 3 years

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The 142 is a good board if you want it to fit him for 2 or 3 years

does this come with bindings?

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does this come with bindings?

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No the binding you will have to buy.