Burton TWC Smalls Snowboard (Kids')
Style: TWC SMALLS 13
The Burton TWC Smalls Snowboard gets the little ones up on their feet and enjoying the slopes. This kids' board has V-Rocker which makes it really easy to turn without falling. With a twin shape and soft flex, the board rides nice and easy in both directions. The extruded base on the Smalls is low-maintenance and easy to repair. Pretty soon you'll see your grom shredding the park, powder, groomers and trees with the best of them.
- Design: All-Mountain
- Flex: 2 (on 1 (forgiving) to 3 (stiff) scale)
- Flex: Twin
- Shape: Twin
- Camber: V-Rocker continuous reverse camber
- Waist Width: 22.2cm (size 120); 23.1cm (size 128); 23.2cm (size 132); 23.4cm (size 136)
- The White Collection from pro rider Shaun White
- Continuous reverse camber profile makes turning easy
- Super Fly Core is lightweight with tons of pop
- Twin flex feels the same whether ridden regular or switch
- Biax Fiberglass provides soft and forgiving flex
- Extruded Base is durable, low maintenance, and easy to repair
Questions and Answers
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"My son is a good all around rider. He likes trees, moguls, rails, and terrain park jumps. I am looking for a good all around board. Would you recommend this board or the Burton Custom Smalls Flying V-Rocker Snowboard for him? If you recommend one over the other, I would love to know why? Thanks for the help."
1 Answers |
Question by Jen on 4/21/2013 - 9:48 pm
"The main difference between the boards is the flex and the camber. The Burton Custom Smalls Flying V-Rocker is stiffer and will respond faster to turns. It is for more of an advanced rider. The Burton TWC Smalls is more for an intermediate who is looking for an easier board to use. "
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/22/2013 - 11:19 am
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