Considered to be one of the top board graphics of all time. Burton’s first twin snowboard came in 2 sizes, 158 and a 164. The iconic Ouija graphic was Burton’s answer to the freestyle jib market. Later team riders would take a jigsaw to the tip and tail to eliminate swing weight which spawned the Twin’s shape for 1995. The new Burton 3D hole pattern allowed for a wide stance with unlimited angle options. Pro Rider Bryan Iguchi rode this board in the Dave Seone movie Road Kill.