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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-17-2011, 04:25 PM Thread Starter
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burton aura?

Hey guys I got a buddy selling a burton aura for $200, couldn't find much on the internet about it, was hoping you guys could tell me.
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"We proudly present the Aura, a limited edition Japanese snowboard. The Aura is a great purchase for many reasons. First, it is a rare model, your friends will be jealous of such a cool snowboard. Secondly, the Aura has a great freeriding shape, which helps riders float through powder, carve aggressive turns and stay stable at high speeds. The Aura only comes in two sizes, a 164 and 168; because it is designed for freeriding, therefore it should be ridden a little longer than your normal snowboard. The Aura makes a great second board which will complete anybody's collection of boards. Note: Some of these boards are considered seconds. A second is a mid-season release with "limited edition" graphics or color differences. Our in-store customers don't notice the difference other than the "second" sticker or stamp. The boards are brand new and have a full manufacturers warrantee. CAUTION: ONLY BURTON BINDINGS WILL FIT WITH THE 2 HOLE PATTERN ON THE AURA. THE AURA DOES COME WITH A SPECIAL 2 HOLE DISK THAT WILL WORK WITH ANY BURTON BINDING. � Less"

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I have the 2010 Aura 162cm with ics with burton mission bindings. I'd hop on that deal. The board rips. It's a total freeride board but it's extremely fast, stable, and floats well. The waist is a little narrow so if you have over size 11 feet you may get some boot overhang. The 162 is a bit of a stiffy, but the shape gives it a nice surfy feel. GET IT
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tell him I will buy it if you don't. Waist is perfect for me.
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