Burton Women's Gtwin Snowboard (Fall 09)
Natasza Zurek designed the women's Burton Gtwin Snowboard from scratch to give her the ink to continue rewriting freestyle's history books. Built tough'yet with a forgiving flex for riders who'll try anything twice, from park laps and powder kickers to city rails, if you can dream it'the GTwin does it. She even upgraded it with the Channel for unlimited stance options with any Burton binding.
- Material: FIBERGLASS: Dual Density Triax Response
- 10:45 Sidewalls, The Sergeant Slaughter of sidewalls. The toughest'most impact-absorbent sidewall geometry in snowboarding'10:45 optimizes two different angles to create the bomber edge strength aggressive shredders demand. Negative Core Profile, Thinner sections of core between the bindings provide softer flex and torsion'perfect for park'pipe and rails. These boards excel over a variety of snow conditions and terrain
- Biax React
- Dualzone EGD, Burton's exclusive Engineered Grain Technology [EGD] takes edge control one step further for increased hold and superior durability. Biax React Fiberglass — Mellow and forgiving response - perfect for taking new tricks to the next level. Creates forgiving torsion and board feel without compromising edge hold
- Elliptical Kicks
- Grip and Rip Edge Tune
- The Channel
- Negative Core Profile
- Sintered Vision Base — Built for speed'low-maintenance and graphics that pop in photos. Plus the durability and superior wax absorption Burton's sintered bases are known for. Park Fly II Core — Freestyle-focused flex and strength. Fly series is soft where you want it'stiff where you need it and super light all around
- True Twin Shape and Flex
- Recommended for: Park
Purchase the Burton Gtwin Snowboard (Fall 09) for Women from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- November 30 2007
I love love love the GTwin. It's got enough pop and flex to mess around in the park and try new things, but it also handles things like the grooms too (and really well). I had so much fun with it these last few days I've had it out. The only thing that might be iffy with it was the fact that it slipped a little on some icier spots (it was kind of packed down man-made snow, and it didn't grab with the edges very well), but it isn't a problem with a rider who's had some experience. Haven't had a chance to try it out on the powder yet. Anyways, I absolutely love my ride, and would recommend it to any girl that likes a little bit of everything.
- August 29 2007
I just grabbed the gtwin150 for a bargain price! I am now riding a smaller board, designed for chicks and its sick!!! I have no problem recomending this board, especially to girls who want to step up there riding and progress into different areas! Great Stick!!!