When our shapers split the Burton Flight Attendant Snowboard, they took a natural terrain slayer, and set it loose into the backcountry habitat. All its free-ranging attributes - including a floaty, directional shape mixed with the comfort of a twin feel when cruising on a flat base - translate to unrestricted freedom in pillow stacks, cliff drops, and deep, untracked pow. Not quite as bold and aggressive as other split options, it thrives as a freestyle-inspired utility knife for fully featured, skintrack-accessed terrain.
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|Size||Waist Width||Sidecut||Effective Edge||Nose Width||Tail Width||Rider Weight||Reference Stance|
|147||24.1||6.8||109||28.5||27.5||100 - 150||53||
|154||24.8||7.3||116||29.4||28.4||120 - 180||53||
|158||25.2||7.6||120||30.0||29.0||150 - 200||56||
|163||25.6||7.9||125||30.6||29.6||180 - 260||56||