Burton Deja Vu V-Rocker - 2011


The Burton Déjà Vu is another Burton Snowboard available with either V-Rocker or traditional camber. We picked-out the V-Rocker because it opens a whole world fun to riders who want grip and control combined with buttery, loose and effortless snowboarding. A Dualzone EGD multi-angle grain core, triaxial glass and Frostgrip edges focus pressure on the length of the edge where you need grip. A V-Rocker profile and negative core profile mean it doesn’t take thunder thighs to pop, butter and press this freestyle masterpiece.

Manufacturer's Description:

Rip it on replay.

The new Déjà Vu V-Rocker™ represents that irresistible urge to live the most epic moments over and over again. Whether sending sprays on those super deep days or searching for air off everything in sight, this extra forgiving, super poppy ripper makes each lap and every ollie feel better than the last. Ride dawn ‘til dusk—Smooth Ride™ absorbs shock, giving you more control and all-day comfort by softening the impact of flat landings and choppy terrain.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for halfpipe riding Recommended for rail riding High cost snowboard Rocker construction Directional twin shape Specific for Women Riders

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):
141, 146, 151, 154

Riding Style: Freestyle/Park


V-Rocker profile
Twin shape and directional flex
Super Fly® Core with Dualzone™ EGD™ and Negative Profile
Triax™ fiberglass laminates
Sintered base
Frostbite Edges with Grip and Rip™ Tune
10:45™ dual angle sidewalls
Smooth Ride, Jumper Cables, Pro-Tip™, and Infinite Ride™
Feel: 3

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