Burton Name Dropper Snowboard Review – Board Insiders – 2016 Burton Name Dropper Review


2016 Burton Name Dropper Snowboard Review

With an off-axis Squeezebox core, the Burton Name Dropper snowboard is soft and asymmetrical. In fact, Burton calls it their Filet-O-Flex core profile. We found it to be an amazing jib snowboard out of the wrapper.

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Morgan Sadler says:

ride buckwild

Matt Bellingshausen says:


Tom Dwyer says:

If anyone could help me out I’m a beginner heading to Japan and can pick one of these up pretty cheap would it be alright in the powder?

hiby555 says:

you should do one of these for the bataleon airobic

kidcret1 says:

S/O to the cameraman lol… I need that job

eyy bre says:

Could you guys do a review of the Völkl Alright

Jeremy Wiltshire says:

+boardinsiders I just tried this board out for the first time today and it was great. Easy to butter and pop was surprisingly very good and was very good for jumping. I did notice though at high speeds it was as stable as the custom but you have to expect that with this board. My main board is a 158 custom so I dropped down in size for more playfulness and to do rails. But it’s a good board to add to the collection.

Casey Ostler says:

What about the parkitect? Have you guys reviewed that?

Łukasz Mielczarek says:

Music credits, please?

Sammie Tam says:

Name dropper or Disaster?

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