Burton Deuce Wide Snowboard

Burton Deuce Wide Snowboard -

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    Style: DEUCE WIDE 11

    Bust out the big feet, the Burton Deuce Wide Snowboard is the widest board that Burton makes. This all-mountain snowboard consists of a twin shape and soft flex for a stable and forgiving ride that remains balanced whichever way you point it. Dualzone EGD, Slantwall Sidewalls, and the Grip and Rip Tune give you a strong and consistent edge, regardless of the terrain. Pro-Tip tapers the tip and tail for a reduced weight that allows for lighter spins and enhanced maneuverability. The Deuce’s 0.5 Set Back Stance allows you to plow through powder on your way to the park.


    • Shape: Twin
    • Design: Freestyle for park dominance
    • Flex: Directional
    • Flex Rating: 3 (on 1 (soft) to 10 (stiff) scale)
    • Camber: Traditional


    • Super wide for the big feet on the block
    • Camber has more edge contact on snow and gives the board pop and liveliness
    • Super Fly Core Negative Profile blends soft and hard woods for optimum snap and response
    • Dualzone EGD grant exceptional edge hold and strength
    • Biax Fiberglass promotes a soft and forgiving flex
    • 0.5 Setback Stance for plowing through deep snow
    • Extruded Base is durable, low maintenance, and easy to repair
    • Grip and Rip Tune gives you an edge on all terrain
    • Slantwall Sidewalls give you a strong and predictable edge hold
    • Pro-Tip reduces weight in tip and tail for easier spins and maneuverability

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    "I'm older and like to free ride, mostly carving- no terrain parks, rail . etc. Most riding done at small local hills in the Midwest. Mostly hard pack/ groomer trails- no powder. I'll need a wide board- X large Flow binding- I weigh around 230.I was looking at the Deuce.What do you recommend"
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    Question by MOFO on 10/27/2010 - 11:47 pm
    "That board with your weight is going to have a lot of chatter. A bigger board that might work better is the Burton custom wide board or the lib tech skunk ape. they are both great boards that will handle the groomed trails a lot better for you."
    Answer by becalina (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/1/2010 - 12:54 pm
    "I am going into my second year of snowboarding, do a lot of free-mountain boarding but also like to hit some small jumps and finish some runs through the park once in a while, nothing too big though.. I have an older Rossignol Sultan 159W that I bought used. The board is or seems too stiff to get much pop to get any air, very hard to ollie. Any suggestions? Was looking at this Deuce, I am 6' and 220."
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    Question by ebing on 6/23/2011 - 9:56 pm
    "Check out the Burton boards with V rocker. The V rocker offers a raise on the tip and tail to keep them out of the snow when riding the backside, and camber underneath the feet so you can have more control when riding the hard pack or groomers. Burton has wide versions available for men with boot size 11+. "
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 6/24/2011 - 10:29 am
    "Ive been boarding for almost ten years now and have had many boards. Ive found that ive had the best control with a smaller board rather than a longer one. I really enjoy the glades and pow but havent be able to really find a small board that i can throw around easily but wide enough to keep towards the top of the pow. Im 5'8" and 200lbs and any insight would greatly be appreciated."
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    Question by 98Hondakid on 7/18/2011 - 12:42 pm
    "You could check out the Burton Blunt with V-Rocker. It is continuous rocker underneath your feet so you don't get caught up in the pow. A 159 will be good for you and since the tip and tail are raised it will be a maneuverable as a smaller board. "
    Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 7/19/2011 - 9:05 am
    "Im moving into my 4th-5th year of snowboarding. i say its my fourth becaus i only got to go about 4 days total last year. i have and old burton clash thats size 139... i am not 6 foot and 160lbs. i like a smaller board because i feel like im in so much more control. i love to go down anything and even off the main trails through some pre-existing trails through the woods off to the sides. but i also like to hit some jumps and want to start to do tricks and stuff. what would be a good board for me?"
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    Question by mja on 10/8/2011 - 11:59 pm
    "This Burton Deuce Wide Snowboard would work really well for you! The wide boards are recommended for a boot size of 12+ so if that's your range then I'd say go for it. The twin tip will help you with your tricks and give you some room to move on the slopes! You might also want to check out the Burton Hero V-Rocker Wide Snowboard!"
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/10/2011 - 12:05 pm
    "I have been riding for over 10 years I ride a avalanche classic wide. I ride maybe 5 days a year. But some on east coast and west. I seek an all mountain board but more free ride carving. I am 6 foot 190. Would this board work? "
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    Question by Mason on 10/15/2011 - 5:11 pm
    "This board would be a better fit for Freestyle riding. Better suited for the parks."
    Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/17/2011 - 1:12 pm
    "Is this board good for sliding rails nose, tail, and board?"
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    Question by John Tyra on 12/6/2011 - 8:03 pm
    "Yes it is because Pro-Tip reduces weight in tip and tail for easier spins and maneuverability."
    Answer by Ron (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/7/2011 - 12:23 pm

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