Photos Nick Hamilton
Video by Justin Gunson
Men’s Good Wood Park Snowboard:
The 2014 Burton Name Dropper
Designed with traits of the Good Wood winning Parkitect model, this board features a fully asymmetrical build—from core to edges to flex—for better body balance and ergonomic alignment riding switch or regular. It also premieres Burton’s new Filet-o-Flex build that mills the core below the mounting zone and fills it with a light dampening material for a malleable, yet sturdy feel underfoot.
Available Sizes: 151, 155, 158
“I really like riding this board on everything—One of my favorite rides. A contender for Good Wood.”
Men’s Good Wood Park Snowboards Under $450
Looking for reviews of the best snowboards for the 2013/2014 season? For the 15th annual TransWorld SNOWboarding Good Wood Snowboard Test we split the test into two and took 16 experienced testers to Woodward Tahoe at Boreal, California for the park test and Sierra-at-Tahoe, California for the all-mountain portion. Our testers rode hundreds of decks to deliver the best boards from the most comprehensive snowboard test in the industry.