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Burton Trick Pony Good Wood 2014

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Photos Nick Hamilton

Video by Justin Gunson

Men’s Good Wood All-Mountain Snowboards Over $450:

The 2014 Burton Trick Pony

Developed by Mark Sollors and Jussi Oksanen, this sleigh is made for aggressive riders looking to rally the entire mountain and loft and land in pow. The twin shape and flex in collaboration with its flat camber profile produce a consistent feel underfoot, and a tip-to-tail carbon backbone and additional carbon rods in the tips amp up ollies and edge hold. And when the snow falls, the elongated tips help with float.

Price: $550

Available Sizes: 154, 158, 162

Tester Comments

“Railing turns is so fun. Really stable, strong, and powerful. This would be a killer pow board.”

Men’s Good Wood All-Mountain Snowboards Over $450

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About the 2014 Good Wood Snowboard Test

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.

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