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BURTON 2016 WOMENS DAY TRADER DIRECTIONAL FLAT TOP

BURTON 2016 WOMENS DAY TRADER DIRECTIONAL FLAT TOP

Quick Overview

Elevating your performance in deep and steep with effortless float and excessive control.

SKU# B6BDWDAYTRADER

Camber Profile: Hybrid Camber

Terrain: Powder/Freeride

Width: Regular

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Availability: Out of stock

Regular Price: $499.99

Special Price: $299.99

You save: 40%

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Details
From exploring the trial map to sneaking away in search of secret stashes, the Burton Day Trader boosts confidence with a versatile and surfy shape that thrives on all terrain. Developed with freeride maven Kimmy Fasani, this tapered, directional board is designed to explore the off-piste with ease, yet is just as fun on groomers, too. Directional Flat Top profiling enhances stability and control, while the early rise kicks add the effortless float and feeling of rocker. Features like a sustainable FSC™ certified wood core and bio-based Super Sap® resin ensure the board is easy on both you and the environment.

Features:
BEND: Directional Flat Top
SHAPE: Directional [12MM Taper]
FLEX: Directional
CORE: FSC Certified Super Fly II 700G Core with Dualzone EGD and Squeezebox
FIBERGLASS: Triax
BASE: Sintered WFO
FEATURES: The Channel, Pro-Tip, and Infinite Ride
ARTIST: Takuya Yoshikawa
KEY FEATURE: Renowned Japanese surfboard builder Takuya Tappy Yoshikawa created these wildly colorful, organic Family Tree graphics at Craigs, our in-house Vermont proto shop. Working with colored resins, Tappys designs came to life as he glassed surf blanks from Channel Islands.