- Core Superfly Wood Core
- Dimensions 29.83/25.0/28.83
- Radius 7.6m (159cm)
- Rider Type Advanced to Expert rider looking for a stiffer allmountain/freeride experience
- Rocker Camber/Rocker
Want to float, lay trenches, and still take flight? Sounds impossible, but the Burton Flight Attendant delivers on this preposterous idea. Backseat camber packaged with Balanced Freeride Geometry makes this all mountain charger feel like a true twin. Stance is centered on the sidecut to provide the balance a twin delivers, but that rockered nose is what powder day dreams are made of. The Flight Attendant isn't the stiffest board out there, but it's certainly packing a punch when moving at high speed or on edge. Partly because of the Triax Fiberglass, although the Carbon I-Beam that runs from tip to tail definitely adds to the snap and fun. Overall you can crush powder, groomers, trees, and even get airborne. Sounds like some BS, but it's the straight up truth. Burton knows a thing or two about making epic snowboards and the Burton Flight Attendant is a supreme being for good reason.
- Directional Camber: Rocker/Camber keeps the nose up for epic flotation and the camber under the back foot powers through carves and super stable at light speed.
- The Channel: A channel replaces traditional mounting inserts within the board for free form adjusting that is not restricted by a 3 degree mounting plate. This system also allows the board to flex naturally and reduces overall weight.
- FSC Certified Super Fly II 700g Core: Yea, try saying that 3x fast. Basically it's a blend of stronger and lighter woods in strategic locations that allows the board to have big performance with none of the weight.
- Directional: Classic snowboard shape with a longer nose, shorter tail, and 10mm of taper keeps this board afloat effortlessly.
- Dualzone EDG: Wood grain is positioned perpendicular in two continuous zones at the toe and heel edges for added strength and edge hold.
- Triax with Carbon I-Beam: Triple layup of fiberglass with a Carbon I-Beam running the length of the board for reinforcement through the backbone with some serious pop and snap.
- Balanced Freeride Geometry: Setback camber with a sidecut that is centered underfoot. End result makes the board feel like a freestyle twin when riding flat and when on edge it floats and charges like setback camber was intended.
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