Burton TWC Pro (Shaun White’s ride) - 2011


There’s certainly one thing we can all agree on; when it comes to Pipe riding Shaun White is the man. In the last ten years he’s grown from annoying red headed micro grom to an HP sponsored snowboarding rock star with an awesome nick name “The Flying Tomato”, actually that’s a terrible nickname. Back to the point of this intro, sure Terje still kills it in the pipe when it comes to style, but if you want board design input from a man who is inventing crazy pipe tricks every season and pushing the limits of sanity further and further, then you need Shaun White on your team. Last year Shaun’s snowboard was the Operator, this year Shaun’s riding the Burton TWC Pro a turbo charged park slicer and dicer. Now buckle up that lid and go bust a Tomahawk SW style.

Manufacturer's Description:

Shaun White’s symphony of destruction.

With a true directional shape for total versatility and a freakishly fast base, Shaun White’s pro deck is ready to write the next chapter in shred lore. Tuned to his exact specifications, it’s also upgraded with an ultra-poppy Carbon I-Beam™, samurai-precise Frostbite Edges, and the spine-tingling responsiveness of Lightning Bolts. Whether you’re just having fun or stepping to Shaun’s level, with the TWC Pro you’ll get the golden advantage.

Recommended for park riding. Recommended for halfpipe riding Recommended for freeride riding High cost snowboard Camber construction Directional Shape

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm):

Riding Style: All Mountain


The Channel ICS bindings system
Camber profile
Directional shape and flex
Super Fly II™ Core with Dualzone™ EGD™ and Negative Profile
Triax™ Fiberglass with Lightning Bolts and Carbon I-Beam
Sintered WFO base
Frostbite Edges with Grip and Rip™ Tune
Slantwall sidewalls
Pro-Tip™ and Infinite Ride™
Feel: 6

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Burton TWC Pro (Shaun White’s ride)

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