Wondering what kind of board to get for the little tyke who is just learning the ropes of snowboarding? Look no further than the Burton Chopper Snowboard, with the softest flex possible and a slightly convex base to make the board super forgiving. The Chopper makes it fun for even the smallest of riders to master balance and board control. Before you know it, he'll be leading the charge and you'll be struggling to keep up.
Flat Top – Burton's Flat Top snowboards are flat underfoot and a little beyond the bindings. This profile gives you ample stability underfoot, better balance and constant edge control. The tip and tail kick up slightly with an early rise outside of the feet so you gain that catch-free ride.
Flex Rating: 1 (1 Soft - 3 Stiff) – 1 out of 3 on Burton's Kids' flex scale means a soft and forgiving ride that's ideal for learning.
Twin Flex – Having a twin flex indicates that your board is perfectly symmetrical in flexibility from tip to tail so you gain a more balanced and predictable ride.
True Twin – True Twin snowboards are great to learn on. True twin boards are perfectly symmetrical so you apply the same mechanics when riding switch or regular.
Fly Core – Burton's classic tip to tail wood core, constantly improved upon in terms of flex, feel, pop and strength.
Biax Fiberglass – Features a jib-friendly, torsion ally soft flex and forgiving, park-friendly feel.
Extruded Base – An extruded base is full of speed, strength and amazing pop. These bases require little maintenance.
Die-Cut Base – Base color displayed may not be available. Base colors may vary.
Easy Rider – Burton's Easy Rider snowboards have a slightly convex base shape combined with a soft forgiving flex and an aggressive edge bevel for catch-free easy learning.