The Burton Sherlock Wide Snowboard combines a twin freestyle shape with a directional freeride flex, to turn the entire mountain into a skatepark. You'll find plenty of Burton tech like The Channel mounting system for unlimited stance options and a Flying V profile that floats in the deep without sacrificing stability in firm conditions. Now the Sasquatch-footed among us can ride everything on the mountain without holding back.
Burton's Flying V profile puts rocker under your feet, for deep snow float and a forgiving ride, and mates it with camber under the feet, for powerful turns and stomped landings. The Sherlock has a twin shape for high speed switch takeoffs, but the directional flex employs a softer nose to keep the nose from diving on when the snow stacks up. There's a half inch of setback, which maintains a slightly directional feel. Side Effects means you get the longest possible effective edge per size, which translates into trenched-in turns. Frostbite edges bump out under the bindings, for improved edge hold in firm and icy conditions, since you'll likely come across tracked-out sections on the way to your favorite stash.
The profiled Super Fly II core keeps the weight low and the response high. It gets a boost from Squeezebox, which means that the core is thinner under the bindings. It works in conjunction with The Channel mounting system to eliminate dead spots in the flex pattern, for predictable control. Pro Tip construction in the tip and tail reduces swing weight for fast spins and responsive turns. Infinite Ride ensures that the Sherlock feels broken out of the box, and stays that way for the life of the board.
Solving mysteries of the deep with pow-hungry float and a freestyle feel.
The Sherlock is the solution for ripping from stash to stash, while catching a little air along the way. It slays all obstacles with deep snow float and feel thanks to a combo of rocker/camber Flying V and Side Effects, putting it in the freeride class of the Barracuda but with the freestyle versatility of the Custom. This pro-level deck is the one Mikey Rencz and Mark Sollors pull from the sled when filming with their crews and just like them, it needs a steady diet of fresh snow and featured terrain to stay satisfied.
|CORE:||Super Fly II with Dualzone EGD|
|EXTRAS:||Squeezebox, Side Effects, Smooth Ride, Frostbite Edges, Pro-Tip, and Infinite Ride|
|FIBERGLASS:||Triax Fiberglass with Carbon I-Beam|