Burton Snowboards: Twin

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The other day, my GF and I stopped at the Burton store in Manhattan. I spoke to Russell and learned a great deal about the Twin. In a previous post on ThisNext, I drooled over the Baron ES, which I still fancy very much. After talking to Russell, I learned that with now being on the East Coast, I...more


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    The other day, my GF and I stopped at the Burton store in Manhattan. I spoke to Russell and learned a great deal about the Twin. In a previous post on ThisNext, I drooled over the Baron ES, which I still fancy very much. After talking to Russell, I learned that with now being on the East Coast, I would have more fun riding the Twin 161 than I would the Baron ES. So now, the Twin has replaced the Baron ES on the top of my list of new ride purchases for the new year. Below is the description from the Burton site. Oh, and let me not forget, the Twin has the most amazing graphics that I have ever seen on a board. Not to mention, it has my Lucky 13. Hhhmmm, this must be a sign. A freestyle dream come true: A true twin with a mid-wide waist width, the new Twin lives for hitting kickers, rails and transitions. Mitch Reed's deck of choice, the Twin is as confident charging a bulletproof pipe as it is looking down a frontside through the kink. Ante up with our new Park FlyII core and ultra-lightweight Pro-Tip construction for reduced swing weight and ridiculous spinning power.

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  • janeystarr

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    I wants! Awesome design and Burton rep.

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