Just cleaning out old storage unit and came across an old Burton Custom board...it was an awesome board in its day (late 90's/early 2000's...cant remember).
It's got some cool motorcycle art on it and is just classic!
I'm wondering if i should get rid of it or hang onto it as a collector/hoarder...
Which of the two bindings would go well with the Burton Process Flying V snowboard?
My riding experience: I’m a beginner rider who started this season (2020) and loved the sport enough that I would like a full setup of my own rather than renting. I’ve been on the slopes about 8-10 times this...
I'm a fairly new snowboarder, I've only been on 5 snowboarding trips so I'm still a beginner (maybe close to a intermediate on a good day :grin:).
I'm currently riding on a Burton Clash 157W rocker board and I'm looking for an upgrade.
I recently bought Burton Cartel EST bindings...
I'm 5'7" 235lbs.
I ride a 2006 156 Burton Custom with Rome 390 Boss.
I saw alpine boarding is meant for carving and high speeds.
I am interested in it and was wondering if I can do an alpine set up with the equipment I have.
Also, where would I start with my binding degrees?
Need some quick internet consulting......
Just bought this years custom flying v in a 160, but debating whether I should take it back for the 63.
I weigh 220, weight range on the 60 is 195lbs max. On the 63 is 205lbs. Last board was last years 161 attack banana, i found it a bit stiff...
Hey all I have a dilemma I'm hoping you all can help I currently have a 2007 burton custom 162 and a 2010 burton custom 158 v rocker and love my boards! I'm an intermediate boarder been snowboarding for about ten years get out about 15 days a year(I live in miami) Ilove the woods, chutes...