This board is all about surface area displacement to create float and stability in a package that has much less swing-weight due to its dramatically shortened length. It’s wide and weird. And while it’s becoming less weird with all the copycats out there, nothing will put a smile on your face like a 420.
This year you’ll see even more smiles as we’ve added a narrower, shorter 145 to the series for those nimble, smaller footed shreds.
Anyone with an open mind and a desire to fly.
145, 148, 152
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Prepare for take-off with a board that makes waves for its abilities to carve and catch air. You'll find it under Terje and the other Burton pros on pow days, and there's still enough tail to ride it switch. Flight Attendant is a versatile directional platform for all-mountain shredding; it's a favourite amongst Zero G staffers.
The Deep Thinker is the Danny Davis inspired directional freestyle board with blunt nose, light swallow, nose rocker, camber out back and oodles of pop. That mix made it a clear shop favourite last year, and this year's 1990s aesthetics make it a sure stand out future classic. Get Deep!
People often put the Skeleton Key in the same pile as the Deep Thinker. It's not the same board at all - the Skeleton is more refined, more progressive, more carvy and smoother at mach 10 in the bumps. It's the freeride antithesis to the Deep Thinker's freestyle friendliness, and a favourite amongst Zero G staff as a result.