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BURTON 2016 WOMENS HIGH SPIRITS DIRECTIONAL FLYING V

BURTON 2016 WOMENS HIGH SPIRITS DIRECTIONAL FLYING V

Quick Overview

Finally, the most progressive powder stick in women's snowboarding, with maximum float and effortless surf.

SKU# B6BDWHIGHSPIR

Camber Profile: Hybrid Camber

Terrain: Powder/Freeride

Width: Regular

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Availability: Out of stock

Regular Price: $629.99

Special Price: $377.99

You save: 40%

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Details
So you’re dreaming of untouched pow turns - you’ve caught the bug - here’s your board. A step in a new direction for women’s riding, let this more aggressive surf machine lift your mind, body, and soul to a higher (and deeper) plane of existence. Developed in collaboration with Kelly Clark and Kimmy Fasani, its tapered shape and Directional Flying V™ Bend deliver a surfy, quick-turning, and floaty feel that flows with ease through natural terrain. Earth conscious features like an FSC™ certified core and bio-based Super Sap® resin ensure that your turns are as easy on you as they are on the environment.

Features:
BEND: Directional Flying V
SHAPE: Directional [20MM Taper]
FLEX: Directional
CORE: FSC Certified Super Fly II 700G Core with Dualzone EGD and Squeezebox
FIBERGLASS: 60 Carbon Highlights
BASE: Sintered WFO
FEATURES: The Channel, Balanced Freeride Geometry, 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.