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When it's high tide at the resort, break out the Burton Fish Snowboard for surfy fun everywhere 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 ensures high-speed stability and helps 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.
- Fish-style board for the deepest days
- Flat profile delivers exceptional float
- Medium-flex offers playfulness without losing strength
- Poppy wood core strategically reduces weight, not snap
- Carbon highlights cut more weight and boosts response
- Frostbite edges maintains grip over icy terrain
- Channel mounting system provides ultimate adjustability
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I'm sure you've heard of it - the Burton Fish. The Fish has gained a lot of popularity in the past few years, and if you get a chance to ride it in powder - take it. Inspired by surfing, the Fish has a big nose and an aggressive taper to make sinking your tail come naturally and keeps you afloat on even the deepest days. A medium flex adds to that surfy feel and livens the board up in pow. The Fish has a directional flat profile to add tons of stability - something you need in the white stuff. With a mid-wide waist width, you can size down a few cm's on the Fish to snap turns quicker and throw up huge clouds of snow at every turn possible.
Contact me directly at 801-204-4578 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any additional questions, need help with figuring out the right size, or want to get an awesome set up going!