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Got a penchant for off piste? Meet your new problem solving all-mountain intellectual sidekick.
burton sherlock
Level
Advanced, Intermediate
Flex Rating
6
Terrain
All Mountain, Freeride
Price
£430
Type
Snowboard
Park
4
Off-piste
10
Low speed
8
Value
7
On-piste
8
High speed
9
Overall Score
8
With a list of impressive features that reads like a particularly engrossing case file, the Sherlock's directional twin-like shape features a unique sidecut that improves both edge hold and turning ability in powder snow. In English, Holmes? Impressive grip, no matter how tricky the case.

And, like Holmes with his opium addiction, violin-playing skills and interest in wayward chemical experiments, this particular Sherlock has much going on beneath the surface: Flying V Technology, a hybrid rocker/camber construction that uses micro camber zones beneath the feet for power down riding, and rocker in the middle of the board for exceptional powder float.

Burton have used a light, strong core and wrapped it with Carbon I Beam for end to end stability through choppy conditions, and Rubber dampening under your feet for well, smoother riding.

Elementary, my dear shredder.

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