Burton: Backseat Driver Snowboard 140

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  • Regular price $369.95


The Burton Family Tree Backseat Driver Snowboard isn't actually a snowboard. It's what's known as a "powsurf," a bindingless board that frees your feet while riding on the snow. You read that right, no bindings on this bad boy, just the friction between the soles of your boots and the forces of gravity. That makes this board ideal for small stashes of powder in your backyard or in the backcountry, where the Directional Flat Top Profile and spooned nose work in tandem to help you carve up the fresh stuff. And while this board may not technically be a snowboard, it's built like one, so you get a ton of proven Burton technology like a Super Fly™ Core and Triax™ Glassing making this board as capable as it is unique.


KEY FEATURES
  • Powsurf design doesn’t use bindings, allowing for a skate or surf-style ride that unlocks a whole new mountain experience
  • Directional Flat Top profile uses a rocker nose to improve float but runs flat from the front binding back to give you consistent edge hold and predictable turning
  • Spoon Nose shapes the front of the board like a boat, helping you plow through the deepest snow with less drag and more control
SPECS
  • Profile: Rocker/Flat Hybrid
  • Width: Regular

  • Flex: 1-4 (1 being softest, 10 stiffest)
  • Base Material: Extruded
  • Design: Powsurf
  • Shape: Directional
  • Waist Width: 26cm

FEATURES

  • 25mm of taper gives the board improved turn-in, and helps you find the float on soft snow
  • Super Fly® 800g Core uses two different types of wood to give you tuned response and durability
  • Triax™ Glassing stiffens the board for more efficient control and improved stability
  • Extruded Base offers consistent performance with less maintenance
  • Super Sap® epoxy reduces the use of fossil fuel-derived materials
  • Check mountain rules and lift requirements before trying to ride the Backseat Driver at your favorite resort
  • Part of Burton’s Family Tree collection of freeride-focused boards built for riders who expect more