2017 Burton Freeride Snowboards – Overview – The-House.com

Guf and Jason explore the 2017 lineup of snowboards geared toward those who will not be constrained within bounds of the resort. Looking to pave your own path? Then look at these Burton boards. You can find Burton’s Snowboards at: www.the-house.com

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Bruce Wayne says:

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xMRWHIPPIEx says:

hey guys, I’m about to pick up a trick pony for this season (sadly it’s summer down here in New Zealand so I’ll be riding indoors for a while)

I am 6’2″ and 195lbs and have just finished a season at Big White on a 158 easy livin 2016. I want to ride a little bit more park whilst also having the versatility of an “all mountain” board.

do you think I could run the trick pony in a 154? Or should I stick to the 58? I know my weight range is better suited to the 58 but I figured the 54 would spin better..

Young Gersh says:

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Daniel Aiello says:

I am looking at a new backcountry/powder board this year. I’m about 5’10, 200lbs. Board mostly big mountain west-coast resorts (Whistler, Big White). Been using an ’08-’09 Jussi 159 the last number of years.

I like the look and sounds of the new Branch Manager, but am afraid the 159 is too light (size chart specs are 145-185lbs). Just wondering if you this this board would still be alright even though I’m a bit heavier than 185.

Other options i was looking at were the Gatekeeper, Landlord, Flight Attendant, and Modified Fish. I hardly ever ride switch, and do mostly off-piste/trees, groomers when I have to. Let me know what you recommend!

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