Burton Family Tree Anti-Social

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Break things off with crowded lift lines, grab the Burton Women's Family Tree Anti-Social Splitboard, and start linking up with fresh turns daily. It pairs a floaty shape that's primed for deep powder with a lightweight construction that lets you get to the top more quickly and easily. With a directional camber profile, the Anti-Social's entry-rocker causes the long, floaty nose to keep you easily on top of deep powder, while the camber under both feet ensures powerful turns and tons of grip for a speedy skin to the top. The 12mm taper means the nose is wider than the tail to keep you afloat in the extra-deep stuff. The medium flex is stable enough for pointing down steeps, yet still playful for surfy pow turns. Energetic and lightweight, the Super Fly II core employs lighter and stronger woods in strategic areas to provide pop, strength, and a lightweight feel, while the Dualzone EGD has two continuous wood zones perpendicular to the the rest of the core for added power and edge control. Squeezebox technology improves pop and overall performance for the ideal balance of thicker, more powerful core sections with thinner, more flexible sections. The Channel mounting system offers an infinite range of angles that makes getting the pucks lined up a snap. This also makes it possible to get your stance exactly right, since you aren't stuck using a preset angle. Also, because it's so easy, you'll be more inclined to get it exactly right, rather than just getting it close and leaving it, which used to be the norm.

- Backcountry.com