Burton 2020 Killroy 3D
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Introducing the park board’s next evolution: 3D construction for an even butterier ride. The perfect press is still out there, and the Burton Kilroy 3D is out to find it. 3D contours in the nose and tail remove material where it’s least needed, putting a new focus on flex, and opening doors to catch-free buttery exploration.
- FSC™ Certified Super Fly® 800G Core: Lightened up and loaded with pop, our dual-species wood core utilizes dual-density vertical laminations of alternating softwood/hardwood to reduce overall weight with no sacrifice in strength or performance.
- Dualzone™ EGD™: Engineered wood grains for more edge-hold, response, and strength.
- Squeezebox Low: Profiled core for easier board control, more energy, and pop.
- Triax™ Fiberglass: Versatile flex and response for everything from mini to mega shred.
- The Channel®: Stronger, faster, easier, and designed to help dial-in the perfect stance for you.
- Super Sap® Epoxy: Super Sap® is a resin formulated with bio-based materials that reduces the carbon footprint by 50% over conventional all-petroleum-based epoxies. Less oil consumption means even less of a carbon footprint per board, which is good in our book.
- Infinite Ride™: Your board will maintain its flex, pop, and feel from the first day forward, season after season.
Like the name suggests, hybrid profiles are a mix of camber, flat and rocker. There are heaps of different combinations of this employed by snowboard manufacturers. The rocker in the tip and tail are great for turn initiation and float in powder, whilst the camber underfoot adds stability, pop and increased edge-hold. You get the edge-hold you need from the camber section underfoot and the float in powder from the rocker sections.
Burton calls the pure-pop camber the “Diet Camber” featuring about 70% of the camber profile length that a typical camber board has. The camber zone ends just outside each channel, and a flat zone continues for a few centimetres of length until the board transitions into a small amount of early rise near the nose and tail. This board bend lies somewhere between the playful flat bend and the precise camber bend. It also offers increased pop as the flat zones before the nose and tail kicks provide additional load and rebound.
A true twin shape is completely symmetrical. If you cut a true twin in half exactly down the middle, you would end up with two identical pieces of board.
This means that the nose and the tail are the same length and the same width and the bindings are centred on the board – i.e. they are equal distances from the centre of the board and the front binding is the same distance from the nose as the back binding is from the tail.
Of course, as you can adjust the width of the position of the bindings you could create a setback stance if you were so inclined but this would be unusual on a true twin given its purpose and might be a strange feel depending on the camber profile (i.e. one foot could end up being over camber and the other over rocker which would probably feel odd).
In addition to this a true twin has exactly the same flex in the nose and tail.
4-7 (1-10 Scale)
Burton will repair or replace any current season channel board purchased after 08/13/13 for 3 years from the original purchase date of the original owner (with proof of purchase) against manufacturer's defects. All warranty claims should be accompanied by an explanation and receipt.