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Driven and designed by Burton team riders Anne-Flore Marxer and Natasza Zurek.

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good flex for dynamic park riding

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very smooth riding, handles bumps easily

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allows for easy spins and good pop off the lip in the pipe

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easy enough to handle for beginners

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enough pop for easy air even on small natural features

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channel board design makes it easy to mount bindings

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slips on icier surfaces when hitting the hill at speed

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Driven and designed by Burton team riders Anne-Flore Marxer and Natasza Zurek, two of the most influential freestyle riders ever, the GTwin is women’s-specific park and pipe perfection. The new Park Fly II™ core reduces swing weight for effortless spins, while the mellow flex makes learning new tricks easy. Winner of Transworld’s Good Wood, with the GTwin you’ll be stepping it up wherever your riding takes you.
  • Sintered Vision Base
  • NEW Park Fly II Core
  • Biax™ Fiberglass
  • Dualzone™ EGD™
  • Infinite Ride®
  • Negative Core Profile
  • 10:45™ Sidewalls
  • Pro-Tip
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10/02/2008 11:06

I'm thinking about buying one of these boards, and am stoked to have a board that is made for park, since I've been playing in the park on a powder board for 3 years, but I'm not the type to have 2 boards, one for park and one for powder. Living in Utah how a board rides in powder is important, so my question is, will this board sink in powder like most park boards? Or is it universal?

02/16/2007 07:24

This board is for park riding which is something a beginner wouldn't generally be doing. If you've only been snowboarding five times , that's a steep price to pay for a board that won't benefit you yet. However , if you're insane and progress remarkably fast , the GTwin is a SUPER fun board.

11/21/2006 11:12

This board seems easy to handle, which is always a plus for beginners. You might also want to look at the Burton Stigma for a Burton entry level board.

11/21/2006 12:20

Where can I buy this exact snowboard?? I have only been snowboarding five times. I have been skiing for about 12 years now. Let me know if you think this is a good board for a beginner like myself? THANKS.

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