Consistent control and all-mountain familiarity are what the women's Burton Deja Vu snowboard is all about. With the Flying V profile you will have enhanced playfulness and pop with focused edge control and power. Side Effects and Overbite Frostbite Edges give you that extra grip needed on icy, hardpack conditions with a smooth, catch-free, lively ride on groomers. A true twin shape and twin flex allows for freestyle fun, effortless butters and switch-riding mastery. With exaggerated tip and tail scooping making your ride more forgiving and Pro-Tip reducing swing weight, the Deja Vu is easy to maneuver and a blast to ride everywhere on the mountain. Throw in The Channel mounting system for a totally customized stance and you're ready to expand your horizons with the Burton Deja Vu.
Flying V Rocker
Overbite Frostbite Edges
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Hi I'm Brooke and I just got off the Burton Deja Vu. I give this board a 3 out of 5 stars. I think it's a good board for that mid to advanced level rider. It's a true twin but it's an all-mountain so you can really take is all over the place. It holds an edge really well at high speeds, initiates turns nicely; I thought there was a lot of response. But it's still poppy so, I mean, if you're a park girl and you're looking to transition into something that you can take pretty much anywhere on the mountain - I would totally go for this board. It's poppy, it's fun but all-in-all I'd say it's probably a 3 out of 5 stars.
Hi I'm Megan. I just got off the Burton Deja Vu. I give this board a 5 out of 5 stars. This board is for your intermediate to advanced freestyle all-mountain rider. It's going to have a nice edge hold when you're going down, it's very playful. Any transition in the snow conditions it's going to ride over very smoothly. I give this board a 5 out of 5 stars.
Hi I'm Kelsey. I just got off Burton's Deja Vu. I give this board a 5 out of 5 star rating. This is going to be for that mid to advanced expert-level rider who is looking to throw some carves down. It's kind of an all-mountain freestyle board. It's a true twin so very comfortable riding both ways. It's also Flying V so it's got both camber and rocker, allowing you that catch-free release in a turn but really holding an edge when you're putting a carve down. So I give this board a 5 out of 5.
Hi I'm Jenna. I just got off the Burton Deja Vu. I give this board 3 out of 5 stars. Great board for your mid-level girl looking to take some laps in the park and also wants to ride everywhere else. It has Flying V so it's got camber underneath the feet and rocker between the bindings which makes it so that it holds an edge pretty well on hardpack but still has that little bit of give and that play to it. Lots of pop, lots of response. If you're more of a charger girl looking to just fly down the mountain, I'd probably step up to the Feelgood. But again, if you're looking to take some park laps, just want something that you can kind of go anywhere and do everything on - the Deja Vu is probably the board for you.