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Burton Cartographer Snowboard · 2022

Burton Cartographer Snowboard · 2022

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The Burton Cartographer is a directional camber snowboard that is made to be super stable. It is ideal for intermediate to advanced riders who explore all the terrain the mountain has to offer, and don't spend the majority of their time in the park. The stiff nose with medium flex throughout allows this board to power through variable conditions with ease.

Key Features:

  • Directional Camber – The rocker out on the nose provides float while the the camber throughout the rest of the board provides the stability required for powering through obstacles.
  • The Channel Mounting System – This enables easy adjustability and customization. It is compatible with EST and other bindings via a compatible disc.
  • Directional Shape – With a small 5mm taper in the tail this board is meant to be ridden one direction, with the pop focused in the tail.
Snowboard type
All Mountain, Freeride
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Snowboard flex
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Snowboard shape
Directional Twin
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The all-mountain rider who stays out of the park and wants to explore the whole mountain!

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