BURTON Blossom Camber
Burton Blossom Snowboard
Burton Blossom Camber Snowboard
Left To Their Own Riders Designed Something And Burton Blossom Camber Revealed. Driven by Niels Schack, Burton Rider, Burton Blossom is designed as a twin to turn, stop, and slide flawlessly in either direction. Camber Structure, Stable from End to Tail, Provides Fast Suspension with Weight Evenly Distributed to the Whole Board for Continuous Edge Control, Maximizes Strong Turns and Bounce Sensitivity. Twin Flex is Distributed Symmetrically from Nose to Tail for Flexibility and Balanced Slip.
- Usage Area: All Mountain/Park
- Level: Intermediate/Advanced
- Flex: Soft
- Shape: Twin Shape Is Perfectly Symmetrical For A Stable Ride, So You Can Turn And Stop With Outstanding Stability In Normal Riding.
- Flexibility: Twin Flex is perfectly symmetrical from tip to tail for an equally versatile normal or keyed balanced ride
- Bend: A Camber Bend defends strong turns and popping precision offering fast suspension with weight evenly distributed across the entire board for smooth, continuous edge control from end to tail
- Dualzone EGD: Stronger and lighter woods target specific areas of the core to provide pop, strength and reduced weight. Dualzone™ EGD™ brings you two separate wood grain zones perpendicular to the core adjacent to the channel giving you great edge control.
- Fiberglass: Triax Fiberglass with Carbon I-Beam provides versatile flexibility and responsiveness for everything from mini to mega shredding with an ultralight carbon spine that increases pop and longitudinal snaps
- Core: The Super Fly II 700G Core uses stronger and lighter woods to provide pop and durability while reducing overall weight.
- Base: Sintered WFO Base infuses specially formulated wax deep into the pores of the extra absorbent, high-density sintered material, making it ultra-durable for all-season riding in all conditions.
- Channel: Instead of using the 4×4 system, Burton introduced the Channel. A system that allows you to precisely adjust your stance width and angles. By reducing the stiffness caused by bindings, your snowboard can flex more naturally