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Old 01-28-2009, 01:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Burton Custom X (158) W/ TRIAD EST's

Aight here goes short and to the point. Out the box really sweet, top sheet lacks in the graphics, but that a personal thing. Me I am not much on the graphics and looks as I am the ride and performance. Right out the box I notice the weight. Feels light as a feather. I got the Burton Triad EST's to go with the new channel mount. WOW loving the channel mount almost limitless ways to set up, unlike my old board I am pretty much rat holed into just placing the binding where the factory screw sets where. As for the channel you can fine tune that cumfy zone. I wear a size 11 boot and as for heal and toe over hang almost none.
As for how it feels coming down the mountain, super responsive, great feel, carries speed well flatbased.
With the Triad EST's this board is awesome. I am not the most technical person to write a review but from me to you I like it and would reccomend it.


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Old 02-06-2009, 01:45 AM   #2 (permalink)
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what kind of boos are you running on this setup?? and when you say almost no toe heel hang could you quantify this, i.e. 1/2 inch 3/4 inch?
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yep I have the hero.. I am really digging the EST bindings (got the cartels). Yes, its proprietary.. but its a cool idea. My head is swimming trying to figure out all you can do with these damn things.. I need to ask somebody familiar with the whole system to explain to me what changing each thing will do...

Did those come with the sensorybed or the superbed?
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yep I have the hero.. I am really digging the EST bindings (got the cartels). Yes, its proprietary.. but its a cool idea. My head is swimming trying to figure out all you can do with these damn things.. I need to ask somebody familiar with the whole system to explain to me what changing each thing will do...

Did those come with the sensorybed or the superbed?

Superbed ! love the EST's man killer and super cush on the ladning.
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what kind of boos are you running on this setup?? and when you say almost no toe heel hang could you quantify this, i.e. 1/2 inch 3/4 inch?
I am riding with 32's TM-Two's size 11's with less than a half inch over hang on either side, I did not pull the tape out and measure it but it's but its not much at all.
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thanks for the response, are those boots a pretty small footprint like the burotn ruler?? I'm just wondering if i can massage my ruler 11's on the same board without any issues throwin down some layed over carves. i have a canyon now and love layin the thing over i just want something more responsive and quicker turning without sacrificing some espn carving, haha.
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