|Type:||Freestyle, All Mountain|
|Core:||Park Fly Core with Dualzone EGD and Negative Profile|
|Ability Level:||Entry Level, Intermediate|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
The Burton Con-Dom Snowboard is a takeoff on the regular Burton Dominant. Great for people who love free basing, this board provides the best free base technology. It''s a loose, forgiving type of snowboard that lets you get flexible with any of your moves. Not entirely cambered and not entirely rockered, it gives you the best of both worlds. It has Infinite Ride built right in. Be prepared for superb cushioning and adjustability. The extruded bases doesn''t require as much waxing as some boards, which makes it low-hassle and easy to care for. A great board for any type of rider, but especially those who are looking for more free basing.
|Effective Edge (cm)||115.5||118.5|
|Tip Width (cm)||25.1||25.4|
|Tail Width (cm)||25.1||25.4|
|Waist Width (cm)||29.3||29.85|
Burton channel system snowboards will only be compatible with Burton's EST bindings, Burton channel compatible bindings, or other bindings specifically listed as Channel Compatible.
Here at The House talking about the Burton Con-Dom snowboard. It's a takeoff on the regular Dominant. Basically if you like free basing this is the snowboard for you, because it has Free Base technology. Long story short, look down the centerline. The whole snowboard rolls slightly like this. It lifts the edges off of the ground, so as you are sliding through the kinks, or you know you're kind of just goofing around or whatever, it’s going to make it a really loose forgiving snowboard. You're not going to catch as much on the rails.
Other than that, you have basically pretty much a flat construction on this one. Not really cambered, not really rockered; kind of the best of both worlds on that one. You got the Channel system which is good. It will mount up good with any EST snowboard binding; definitely get better snowboard feel, better cushioning, and more adjustability with your stance. For every reason, it's better. Other than that, you got a twin snowboard with a directional flex. It's going to have a little bit stiffer tail than nose, but otherwise it's twinned out for its side cut and then for its stance as well too.
You got extruded base with this one; really easy to take care of. It doesn't require much waxing. Easy to repair if you get like a nick from a rail or from a rock in the spring time. It has Infinite Ride built into it. Basically, it's going to flex the same throughout the life of the snowboard. But like I said, it's just a takeoff on the Dominant; big thing is that Free Base technology. It's just going to be really loose, torsionally forgiving and really good for guys that are doing a lot of metal. Not the hair farming, but the park hand-rail metal type stuff. The Burton Con-Dom snowboard.