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What's it like riding a Burton Fix Snowboard? It's kind of like a dream, especially if you're one of those riders that dreams about constantly freestyling. It's got sintered flex and a sintered side cut. It gives you the biggest performance jump that's ever come from burton before. This snowboard is mounted with great EST snowboard bindings. The cushioning and adjustability is unbelievable. It's definitely a softer, freestyle-oriented board. It comes with Rail Ready tune, so you can hit the rails as soon as you get it. Its reaction time can't be beat, making it one of the most responsive boards out there.
Burton ICS channel boards will only work with Burton EST, Burton 3-hole or other ICS compatible bindings.
Burton 3-hole boards will only work with non-EST Burton bindings or other 3-hole compatible bindings.
This is Here at The House talking about the Burton Fix snowboard. It is a really, really cool twin-tip kill-it-all freestyle snowboard. It is with sintered flex and sintered side-cut. You got the channel on this one. It has got pretty much the biggest performance jump I've seen Burton make in the 22 years that I've been riding. It is mounted up with EST snowboard binding. You get better snowboard feel, increased cushioning, easier adjustability, and tons and tons of the extras. From there we got the P-Rocker. It's going to be flat between the snowboard bindings and they have a little bit of kick in the nose than the tail. Burton is smart. They don't do it super aggressive. 90% of the time when you run flat base, you're still going to have contact with the snow. What it does though is it makes the snowboards a lot more forgiving. Say you come around a little short on your switchback 10, it's going to allow you to scoot you through and roll away from it, also pressing rails, box and stuff like that. It's already predispositioned to do that. Moving from there, it will have a scoop nose and tail, slightly bold out nose and tail. So, if you're doing like any kind of butters, manuals, flat ground stuff like that, super forgiving snowboard and combo'ed with the P-Rocker, it is almost impossible to catch your edge at the point of contact. From there, you've got basically a 1045 sidewall, puts a lot of meat directly over the edge, but moves into a slight wall at the top to save weight. On this one, you have got a sintered base, die-cut graphic on this one. The fixes are going with violent tools, which is always fun and stuff. Really poppy graphic. It takes a lot of wax, only gets faster the more you wax it. Flex on this baby is going to be probably I would say about a 3 out of 10. It is definitely your softer and more freestyle oriented snowboard. Other than that it comes with the Rail Ready tune. It's already got the edge detuned. So basically take it out, hit the rails with it, and ride away. It has got Park Fly II core in this one. It's going to have lighter weight woods in the nose than in the tail. It's going to promote quicker swing weight or faster swing. This makes it come around a lot quicker. It's going to make it react quicker as you're carving through the freestyle after school and stuff like that. It comes with the Get Lifted program. It is really, really cool. So, yeah, Burton Fix snowboard man, awesome deck!
This was my first snowboard, and can I say it was rad. Perfect for the intermediate boarder. Easy flow through any park, jibbing, hitting rails, and jumping. It was also good to me just flying through some groomed runs. Favorite board yet.
I have tried this after my friend bought it from this web site over the summer. Like the other says, it was cheaper in Summer. I love to ride this board because you can have fun at different mountains and snow styles. I would recommend this for beginners.
It's a pretty good All rounder it was my first board and my friends took me every where it's so smooth when ur ridein and it's not that bad at the parks it takes jumps very well and I quite like the pill graphics
It's a pretty good all-rounder it was my first board and my friends took me every where. It's so smooth when ur ridin and it's not that bad at the parks it takes jumps very well and I quite like the pill graphics
Not for everyone. If you had to choose one board to always ride I would not pick this one. I will say that it is a super fun park board. I love the P-Rockers lazy feel. The construction of the board does make it easy to wash out on landings and a little sluggish in turns.
I had this board for about 2 seasons now, and I am having a lot of fun. Very flexy but it is not SUPER flexy so you never feel like you are riding a noodle. That means it does well during the normal mid-high speed riding, and I am enjoying it.
The review on the bottom, (sorry about your board), makes me a bit concerned whether the same thing would happen to my board but so far, I don't see any indication of my tips folding in half because I butter that stick so hard my knee joint would pop out and it is still goin.
I have had this board for one season and was a little worried when I first got it as I'm not a great park rider, more of an all mountain kinda guy. The fix really surprised me, it's great fun anywhere on the mountain - you can press easily, hop over rocks, hit trail jumps and then nail moves in the park. Can't put it past the sweet graphics too. The shape is super forgiving and the rocker at the ends really keeps you up and floating on powder days or out of the crud on slushy days. The only con would be the fact that it is quite a flexible board, so isn't great at really high speeds - but if you're game then it's great fun and if you're an experienced rider it can be managed anywhere on the mountain (black diamond runs and chutes etc). All in all if you're looking for something you can use absolutely anywhere and have a really sick time mucking around while you're doing it, this is a great board.
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