Designed to slay all terrain, the Burton Flight Attendant will take you to the highest peaks and through the deepest of deep. With a 10mm taper this directional power-house is at home euro-carving steep lines and surfing powdery pillows. With setback camber and a sidecut that is centered to your stance, Balanced Freeride Geometry gives the Flight Attendant a twin freestyle feel when riding flat, but when put on edge, it turns tight and floats effortlessly; just like you would expect from a directional deck. Carbon I-Beam down the backbone increases pop and longitudinal snap and The Channel mounting system gives you endless stance options for a totally custom ride. The sky is the limit for exploring new terrain with the Burton Flight Attendant strapped your feet.
Directional Camber Profile
Directional Shape (10mm Taper)
Triax with Carbon I-Beam
Balanced Freeride Geometry
Super Sap Epoxy
Burton Family Tree Freeride Line
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Hi I'm Mike. I just got off the Burton Flight Attendant. I give this board a 5 out of 5 stars, this thing was super fun. It really likes to carve around, it doesn't like jumps or anything like that. But the board was super fun. It felt like it really wanted to carve, it felt like it really wanted to go fast. Any run I took out here, it was a blast. I give this board a 5 out of 5.
Hey this Ian. Just got done riding the Burton Flight Attendant in a 156. I give this board 5 out of 5 stars. This is a great all-mountain powder board. This is perfect for any advanced rider that loves to rip across groomers but also go into the back bowls, float in powder; you literally can do everything with this. It is a camber shape and does have the Carbon Triax throughout the tip and the tail, and squeezebox throughout the entire board. But once again, 5 out of 5 stars - Burton Flight Attendant.
Hey I'm Darren. I just got done riding the Burton Flight Attendant. This is a great board. Overall I would give it a 5 out of 5 stars. This is a good board for an intermediate rider. It's a great all-mountain board. It performed well for me today and the conditions are kind of icy and chunky up there; turned well. Overall great board. 5 out of 5 stars.
Hi I'm Steve, I just got done riding the Burton Flight Attendant. I'm going to give this board a 5 out of 5 stars. This is a really good board for someone that wants an all-mountain cruiser. It's really easy to get in and out of the turns, even when it's kind of icy and the conditions get a little bit rough. Overall I'd say this a great board for just pretty much anybody that wants a board like that. 5 out of 5 stars.
Hey I'm Rob. I just got done riding the Burton Flight Attendant. I give this board 4 out of 5 stars. Really, really fun. It's a directional all-mountain and it's a little bit more of a powder board. We've got some hardpack conditions today but I've ridden this in powder, I've ridden it on the hardpack; it's fun anywhere you go. On the hardpack today, it charges pretty hard, holds and edge pretty well. It's got a little bit of speed limit; you get up at real high speeds and it loses edge a little bit but not really what the board is meant for. It's really meant to be in the real snow. It rides awesome, it's smooth; there's not a lot of chatter. Really fun board, recommend it for any intermediate to advanced all-mountain rider.