|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|03-12-2014 03:53 PM|
Originally Posted by Jammoman View Post
speed... well, I'm slightly OCD about waxing, so my shorter Flying-V is not an issue.
|03-12-2014 11:10 AM|
Originally Posted by tanscrazydaisy View Post
Yea the t6 is a bit rough in the mogules, but rips on the groomers. Do you feel the sherlock reduces performance compared to the 6?
|03-12-2014 10:33 AM|
I have a 2008 T6... it is a great stiff camber board (and every smooth in the choppy stuff).
Since I venture (suffer) into moguls.... I know where you're coming from.
My 2013 Sherlock (Flying V) is a lot more responsive in the moguls.
|03-12-2014 10:12 AM|
Burton t6 2006 compared to Landlord
I am in the market for a new snowboard. I generaly ride in the north east (hunter mtn) i have been riding for 15 + years, i am 5.7 165. i like to carve at high speed and ride the sides of the trails when i need a rest. I have a burton T6 156 2006-2007. This by far is the best board i have owned. The only issue i have with this board is when i am on the flat or at low speed i feel like the board is not as responsive as i wish it would be. When i ride in the trees (generally low speed) i struggle to make turns and have trouble adjusting to the ruts and mixed powder conditions. Since my t6 is now 8 years old, how would new board technology such as the burton landlord non split 159 compair?