Burton Aftermath Snowboard (Men's)
Style: AFTERMATH 12
Announcing the Burton Aftermath, a new all-mountain menâ€™s snowboard for 2012. Keeping it classic with a camber design, twin-like shape and directional flex, the Aftermath is in it for all-terrain domination. Camber gives the menâ€™s Aftermath a precise and agile feel, and NEW Squeezebox tech and Jumper Cables Hi-Voltage keep you loaded to the max with pop and snap. Slantwall sidewalls and Dualzone EGD Edges give your board a solid and consistent edge, while Frostbite Edges give you the grip you need on sketchy terrain.
- Flex: 5 (on 1 (forgiving) to 10 (stiff) scale)
- Design: All-Mountain for versatility
- Shape: Twin-like shape for versatility in both directions
- Camber: Traditional Camber
- Waist Width: 24.9cm (size 158)
- The Channel provides endless stance options with any 2010-12 Burton binding
- Camber gives the board pop, liveliness and power through turns
- Twin-like Shape gives you the control of a directional shape with the versatility of a twin
- Directional Flex provides stability and control through various terrain
- Super Fly Core is lightweight and packed with pop
- Dualzone EGD provides additional strength and consistent edge hold
- Triax Fiberglass provides flex and response for all mountain versatility
- Sintered Base absorbs more wax for a faster and better overall ride
- Slantwall Sidewalls give your board a strong and predictable edge hold
- Squeezebox pumps up the tip and tail for added snap and higher ollies with less effort
- Jumper Cables Hi-Voltage dish out even more pop and snap
- Frostbite Edges give your board a wicked grip on ice
- Pro-Tip reduces weight in tip and tail for easier spins and maneuverability
- Infinite Ride gives the board a consistent feel season after season
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"Just want to know if this type of board size 52 cm is good for beginner/advanced I'm 140 and 5'11'' high and looking for all mount board."
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Question by assaf on 3/22/2012 - 3:28 pm
"There are a couple of more things we would need to consider, however, a typical size for a beginner with your specifications would be about 153. A more advanced rider would use a 156. This is a really great all-mountain board that is super light and has a ton of life to it. Looks like a great choice for you!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/23/2012 - 12:01 pm
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