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If your ready to not catch anything and never stop spinning the Burton Dominant Snowboard is sure to fit. This twintip board lets you nose press like never before and charge switch whenever you want. Burton used an easily maintained Lightspeed Vision base and burly 10:45 sidewalls to make sure the Dominant Snowboard hold up to the tricks you don't quite pull off. The extra flaccid flex and the added looseness and float of zero camber combined with the detuned edges will have you sliding down rails and boxes like a stick of butter.
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.
Here at The House. Talking shop about the Burton Dominant snowboard. Super cool snowboard they've had on the line for quite a few years now. Definitely going to be a really, really affordable, kill it all, freestyle snowboard. It's got the channel system this year so you can rock the EST snowboard bindings with it. It's going to give you a really smooth snowboard flex, no dead spots underneath or traditional snowboard binding. It has got massive stance options, you can really bang out your stance on this one. Then from there, increase cushioning on landing, better snowboard on metal feel. It's all over the place craziness, I'll tell you.
From there, we've got P-Rocker, another new thing on the snowboard this year. It's going to be flat though the snowboard binding and then have just ever so slight rocker in the nose and the tail. What that does is it keeps the contact points off the ground. So if you're coming around a little short on the landing, you'll be able to scooch it around to roll away. Also pressing, it's already going to be predispositioned to press a little bit easier that way too. Definitely a really, really cool rocker that you can find on the Dominant, and a couple other ones.
From there, we've got an extruded base, very easy to take care of. Doesn't require as much waxing. Easy to repair if you got a rock or a kink from the handrail to gouge it out. Other than that, 10:45 side wall, it's pretty much straight up, right off the edge, and then goes into a slant wall on top. Slant wall saves weight, where as the meat over it is definitely going to make it a little bit more durable, make it hold an edge better on icy hard pack terrain.
From there, snowboard will have the Infinite ride process built into it. They're going to over build the snowboard, then stick it in a machine that simulates about three to four years of usage. This ensures that the flex is the same as it did when you get it out of the box as it does three years down the road. So definitely even increasing the durability of the snowboard.
Finally you've got pro tip, meaty side wall through the center. Nice slender nose and tail, reduces the swing weight. Makes the snowboard torsionally more forgiving. Super awesome happy fun time madness, Burton Dominant snowboard.
This board is great. I ride a lot of park but some groomers and it can do great with both. The board has a lot of pop and is stable either bombing it downhill, launching off kickers or just jibbing. Great board!
I have had the chance to ride this all season along with another board. I started with the dominant and the 0 camber tech made learning very easy. Though for someone with more experience this would probably be a park only board. With the amount of flex its not as forgiving as say a cambered board while going at higher speeds. Im a park rider and I love this board so yea. When buying you need EST bindings FYI
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