Name Droppin’—The Burton Flight Attendant with Ben Ferguson

“The Flight Attendant is a good piece of wood. It’s got all sorts of tech with technical names that I don’t know, but this thing goes. Shaped with classic camber, some early rise and a bit of taper for a freestyle directional pow board that’ll blast through anything. It’s one of my favorites for the whole mountain. Take it anywhere: trees, steeps, or park. Rumor has it, this board is a Müller creation from before he left the B.“- Ben Ferguson

Photo Credit: Chris Wellhausen

Sizes: 152, 156, 159, 162, 168, 159W, 162W

From Burton:

Designed to be a terrain-slaying alternative to more traditional twin shapes, the Burton Flight Attendant is a free spirit that dissects both pow and hard-pack with equal precision. Balanced Freeride Geometry is the secret with setback camber and sidecut that are centered on your stance to create a twin freestyle feel when riding flat base. On edge the board turns tight and quick, with Directional Camber and taper for added float and flow. A blend of big mountain attributes and all-terrain aggression, the Flight Attendant finds the sweet spot for everything from steep lines and spontaneous slashes to wind-lips, pillows, and side hits.

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