Burton Nug Snowboard
One of the inherent issues in all-mountain riding is that you want a long, stiff board for steep lines and big drops, but a small, playful board for park, pipe and features. Burton has a new solution for this problem: packing a big board into a little package by reworking the dimensions and materials. According to the company, you can downsize by 8 to 10 centimeters and still enjoy the same stability of your standard board. The smaller size makes the board lighter and more willing on jumps, hits and features. Burton uses a V-Rocker for float, Frostbite edges for surer hold and Jumper Cable carbon stringers for liveliness.