The kids' Burton Yeasayer Smalls Snowboard is the logical next step for kids who have mastered the basics and are ready to explore the entire mountain. Soft and playful, it features the forgiving performance of our Flat Top bend to create the stability and snap you'd expect from camber, but with a floaty, catch-free tip and tail. Filet-O-Flex core profiling makes for a super soft flex that doesn't sacrifice stability – just the thing to make them feel like they've done it all before, only not this awesome.
- Bend: Flat Top
- Shape/flex: Twin, Twin
- Core: Super Fly 800G Core with Dualzone EGD
- Fiberglass/base: Biax,Extruded
- Extras: The Channel®, Rail Ready Edge Tune, Filet-O-Flex, Super Sap® Epoxy, Scoop, Pro-Tip
- Personality: 3 - 6 (Medium)
- Terrain: Park: 4, Groomers: 7, Powder: 3
- ARTIST: Indigo indg0.com
Flat Top Bend provides stability, balance, and continuous edge control helping the tip and tail kick up for a catch-free and loose riding experience.
These boards run perfectly flat for the running length of the board, with a few millimeters of early rise rocker in the tip and tail. This shape is the perfect blend of the stability and precision camber offers, as well as the catch-free and playful personality of rocker. With no camber to press out of the board, turning takes very little energy to initiate. Flat boards perform well in all conditions, from powder conditions to hard-packed and groomers. It is great board shape for any rider.
A completely symmetrical shape, which thrives in a variety of freestyle situations. At the core of its design, the twin shape features an identical nose and tail shape, which provides an identical feel and predictable maneuverability whether riding regular or switch. Although originally developed with park riders in mind, twin shapes have also grown to be embraced by many all-mountain riders that like to bring a skateboard style riding out of the park and onto the entire mountain.
3 - 6 (1-10 Scale)
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