Savour the flavour of the entire mountain with this short and sweet treat.
Experience the whole mountain on a short but sweet board; the Burton Sweet Tooth 2014 features “Nug Raduction” tech which means that riders can hit any terrain with a freestyle feel on a board 5cm shorter without sacrificing stability and float. The true twin shape makes the Burton Sweet Tooth a pleasure to jib and butter, while the Flat Top bend means you get stability and constant edge hold with added float and catch free goodness on the tip and tail. Burton have also thrown in a sintered base, Frost Bite Edges and a Triax top sheet making this board super fast, responsive at top speed, all with a fun, catch free, loose feeling.
Flat Top Explained:
Burton Flat Top boards feature a long stable base from binding to binding, giving continuous edge hold and an extremely stable base for landing on. It also features a slight rocker on the nose and the tail to give extra float and a catch free feeling when bombing the hill.
Nug Raduction Explained:
Right, now pay close attention. Nug Reduction has broken the snowboard mold and this is how it works. By widening the waist, installing a longer effective edge and stiffening the torsional flex on the snowboard, riders can now effectively ride a shorter board in most conditions. All these factors equal a smaller, more maneuverable board, which holds it edge and won’t quiver at speed. The reality is that riders can reap the benefits of both worlds and have one board that’s rules whatever part of the mountain they’re riding.
Burton Stiletto Bindings:
Soft, smooth, and secure. Set your feet free with this extra-comfy upgrade on all-mountain progression.
Riding on the heels of progression, the Stiletto is one of Burton’s most sought-after bindings, boasting women’s-specific features throughout for lightweight, feelgood support that follows your curves as you kill it. Canted hi-backs cradle the natural curves of your legs, and FullBED cushioning lays the groundwork for consistent board control. Softer than the Scribe, yet a touch more responsive than the Citizen, the Stiletto delivers a smooth ride that’s easy to please.