Very cool, 1990s vintage Burton snowboard, Asym Air. Please see Condition description and photos for additional details.Board measures approximately 11.25" at it's widest and 63.5" at the tallest point. Board is probably 160 - 163 cm.
I believe the board is an asymmetric for a Goofy footed riders (right foot forward), but the bindings are currently mounted with Regular (left foot forward). Underneath the foam stomp matt, along the white line, it may say Goofy. Also, if you do change the stance, the bindings are labeled for left and right, so you would need to unmount and swap, rather than just spin each 180 degrees. I think the first asymmetrical freeride/freestyle board Burton produced around 91. The item "RARE 1992 Burton Air Asym Vintage Snowboard With Bindings 160 163 cm GOOFY" is in sale since Wednesday, November 27, 2019.
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