The Biru. A one board quiver for advanced snowboarder’s looking for a board that can take over the whole mountain. As it’s a volume shifted shape with a wide waist riders should size down 4-5 centimeters. Floaty in powder with it’s long nose and small fish tail. Full camber for maximum pop and send with a tiny bit early rise. Aggressive turned up tail kick for switch landings without consequences. Edge tech for secure grip – we added three PowerBumps® for handling those freeze melt periods. Of course we use a sintered race base. Core is our proven poplar, paulownia and ash mix. So what’s in the name? Biru means devil in Sámi language. So you can say it’s a little devil of a board.
Lengths: 154, 157 Core: Poplar/paulownia/ash Construction: Triax glass with carbon torsion rods and carbon X on top for extra snap. PU sidewalls. Topsheet: Plastic Profile: Full camber camber, powder nose with a radical tail kick. Base: Sintered 4001 Durasurf
Weight range kg/lbs
The Biru features a long powder nose and small fish tail. Full camber with a radically turned up tail kick for easy switch landings. There’s 3 Power Bumps™ added along the edge for extra grip.
The Biru has a full 6 mm camber with a slight early rise in the nose for ease of turn in.
At Stranda Snowboards we base our cores around ash wood and mix poplar and sometimes paulownia. Ash is perfect for building high-performance snowboards as it dampens vibrations and holds its camber, extending the life of your board. Adding pauwlonia keeps the weight down.