Park weapon for pint-sized super heroes.
The Burton Super Hero Smalls Snowboard is perfect for little shredders whose trick vocabularies are growing faster than they are. The Flat Top makes progressing through the park features a piece of cake. There's a bunch of tech going on here so little guys don't have to sacrifice performance. If your pint-sized ripper is progressing at an insane rate, get them a board that can keep up
The Flat Top profile means that the Super Hero Smalls is flat between the feet with a slightly rockered tip and tail. It makes for a catch free ride that's further enhanced with a Scoop tip and tail to keep catching edges to a minimum. The twin shape means that Junior has twice as many trick options. The Super Fly core is profiled specifically for smaller riders, so they won't be stuck riding an unresponsive 2x4. The extruded base runs fast even if you don't wax it every day, and it's easy to repair. Pro-Tip construction removes any unnecessary material from the tip and tail for faster spins. Plus, the Rail Ready edge tune will keep them progressing on rails and jib features, instead of face-planting on them.
- Flat Top profile
- Twin shape
- Twin flex
- Rail Ready edge tune
- Super Fly core
- Scoop tip and tail
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I have been snowboarding on one of those...
I have been snowboarding on one of those slip-in snowboards you can get from Walmart for like one year and i have got pretty good at tricks and i want to get a board for park. Would this be a good choice?
It's awesome you are ready to step it up to the next level . This is a rad little starter deck that's ready to go out of the box. Keep in mind when you are setting up your package that you are going to need a pair of bindings that are compatible with the 3D screw pattern and as far as size goes just follow the sizing chart and you should be all set. If you have any questions just hit up one of our Gearheads and they would be happy to answer any questions you might have.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I got this board probably two or three months ago and it is really great. I live in VA but snowboard in PA where conditions can be anything from 1ft powder...( not usually but it just happened last week ) to extremely icy. this board goes through all of it perfectly. I like the terrain park a lot so that's where I hang out most of the day, and it just feels amazing. Rails and boxes are easy and jumps are just cool on this board. I think the reason jumps are so nice is just because of how much flex this board has, its awesome!! It's really hard to catch anything sketchy and feels like a nice smooth ride. If you have any interests at all in this board... don't second guess it, BUY IT!