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This is a used Burton LTR Snowboard only. This snowboard does not come with a binding. This is a great Beginner to Intermediate level Board. Burton teamed with the American Association of Snowboard Instructors (AASI) and developed specialized Learn-To-Ride (LTR) snowboards that are easier for beginners to use. These LTR snowboards are designed to specifically address the problems that beginner snowboarders have when learning to ride. Through a combination of edge beveling, aggressive sidecut and super soft flex, the LTR board eliminates unwanted edge hook-ups commonly known as slams. Perhaps you have heard your friends talk about "catching an edge." Burton's LTR boards are designed so it is less likely you will catch the edge of the board on the snow and slam painfully to the surface. The aggressive sidecut and soft flex makes the board easier to turn.
Feature include: Level: Beginner to Intermediate
The colors are Blue, Red, White, Black and Green
The best size board for a beginner is between your chin and 1" below you shoulder. The best size board for an experienced rider with a couple seasons of experience is for the board to come between your nose and your eyes depending on riding style.
The photos are representative of the snowboard that you will receive. The snowboard that you will receive will be the same Model, Year, Brand and Graphic and in the same condition as shown in the photos and described below.
This Snowboard was used for a few seasons by a large ski shop rental and lease program. This board has scratches and scuffing. The base has ptex that was done well. The bases will have scratches. The edges are in good condition. Before shipment, we perform a free courtesy basic sharpen and hot wax service that is not included in the purchase price.
. This board comes in two different topsheet conditions as described below-
A-The board will have small chips and slices that will be up to and slightly over 1/2"and up to 1" that we call size A chips.
C-The board will have large chips and slices that will be well over 1" that we call size C chips. Please see our photo for sample of the C size chips and slices on this board.