With a V-Rocker profile, biaxial glass, an extruded base and a Fly core with a negative profile, the Burton Social packs everything you need to start learning park tricks and enough features and spec to help you push the limits as your level increases.
Catch-free trick machine.
Like a portable playground, the award-winning Social™ stacks tricks on everything in sight. Giving up-and-coming rippers the ultimate upper hand, the Social’s soft, forgiving feel gets multiplied by combining the catch-free feels of V-Rocker™ and Cruise Control™. Effortless to ride thanks to its triple rocker design and upturned edges, the board is virtually impossible to catch an edge on, easy to press and control, and loaded with pop.
Available Lengths (cm):
138, 142, 147, 151
Twin shape and twin shape
Fly® Core with Negative Profile
Biax™ fiberglass laminates
Frostbite Edges with Rail Ready™ Tune
Softer Flex, Jumper Cables, and Pro-Tip™
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