Burton Nug—where's the f***'n consensus?
So, I've heard this is a jib board and not a jib board, a park board and not one, fast and stable and floppy and sketchy, good float in powder and too small to float at all. What the fuck is up with this board, I want one, can't demo it and I would like someone to verify what's the deal with the damn thing.
A few questions:
Does it wash out on landings from big jumps?
Is it good straight lining without being chattery?
Does the frostbite help at all with edge hold?
Is it a good cruising board or do you need to be "on top of it" at all times?
Can it handle all mountain shit?
Do the elongated contact points remedy the shorter length?
Has anyone tried the directional nug, how does it compare to the regular one?
How does it compare to other boards? More similar to a park board/jib/freeride?