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Burton Men's Bullet Snowboard '13
 



Burton Men's Bullet Snowboard '13
List Price: $349.95
Our Price: $244.83
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Model Year: 2013

Stock Status:Out of Stock
Product Code: 3426052291345


  

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The Burton Men's Bullet Snowboard is sized to accommodate bigger boots, itís the perfect weapon for first-turn to first-spin progression. Easy to ride and even easier on the wallet, making it easy to get out of rentals and on your way.

Ideal for mastering the basics to blasting your first 360 the Clash is ready to put the progression pedal to the proverbial metal. This softer flex and mellower edge of Cruise Control works with V-Rocker for a fun, playful, and catch-free ride with improved float from peak to park and enhanced power and grip thanks to frostbite edges when needed. The directional shape with taper means the board is longer in the nose than tail for concentrated pop in the tail and wider in the nose than the tail for smooth turn entry and exit but the twin flex is symmetrical for versatility. A great board for a beginner to hop on and hit the slopes with confidence and enough performance to progress as you do.

The Bullet is ready to concur your next shred destination.

Don't need a wide? Check out the Clash for all the same features just narrower.

Features


  • V-Rocker
  • Cruise Control
  • Cruise Control Edge Tune
  • Wide

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