The Burton Day Trader is made for the ladies who push peaks in search of steep lines and secret powder stashes. The overall flat profile and rocker nose of Directional Flat Top gives you steady stability and effortless float in deep snow. Combine that with a directional shape (12mm taper) and you have a super controlled, surfy ride that is nimble and quick for maneuvering through trees and steep chutes. A wood core with strategically placed carbon mesh makes the deck lightweight, ridiculously strong and packed full of snap and response. A Recycled Sintered WFO base ensures your ride is always fast, all season long and on any terrain. The Channel mounting system gives you the freedom to customize your stance quickly and easily; while Infinite Ride engineering guarantees the Day Trader will perform at its highest level from the first day forward, season after season. Elevate your performance and take your riding to new heights with the Burton Day Trader.
Directional Shape (12mm Taper)
Directional Flat Top Rocker
Super Sap Epoxy
Burton Family Tree Freeride Line
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Hi I'm Jenna. I just got off the Burton Day Trader. I give this board 4 out of 5 stars. It's a great board for your mid to advanced-level girl, looking for something that she can take into the trees, also take on the groomers, and it's still going to hold its edge really well. So it's got that tapered shape, so it is real fun when you do take it into the trees because you can just make these tiny little adjustments and this thing is going do all the work for ya. But when you do take it into some deeper snow this big, flat nose just makes it effortless to float in the powder. Its got Directional Flat Top so you've got this flat area in the back that's just very stable but not too demanding. If you're looking for something that's kind of more a charger version of this then I'd go to the High Spirits but that's what's nice about this is it's very accessible to the mid-level girl as well.
Hi I'm Brooke, I just got off the Burton Day Trader. I give this board a 4 out of 5 stars. It's definitely for your more advanced girl, I'd say maybe intermediate to advanced level rider. Although this board was a little small for me I thought it handled really nicely at high speeds and it didn't feel too small. Which is great. The narrower tail made it really to turn; the slightest little adjustment and it just went, which was really fun. It's very responsive. I thought it handled itself really well in the trees and in deeper snow. Because of that rockered nose it really lifts up and pops. All around I'd say this is 4 out of 5 stars.
Hey I'm Kelsey. I just got off Burton's Day Trader. I give this board a 5 out of 5 stars. It's definitely for that intermediate advanced rider who's looking for an all-mountain powder board. Granted I didn't really get powder conditions today it still carves really, really well. It's kind of one of those lighter-weight powder boards, which is what I really liked about it but it's going to float really nice when there is powder. So if you get a really crazy powder day, this is going to be a day trader for you.