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This Burton Feelgood V-Rocker Snowboard is both extremely durable and very versatile. Its thin core is incredibly light weight and offers a lot of flexibility. Its sleek and stylish design will have you looking cool as you glide down the slopes. Burton is one of the most reliable and trusted brand in the snowboard market. You can rest assured that this is a very high quality board. Best of all, the price tag is very affordable!
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 about super awesome snowboard the Burton Feelgood V Rocker snowboard. New snowboard form this year. This is basically going to be a ladies version of the Custom V Rocker. So you're looking at a slightly thinner waist width, slightly softer flex. This is the snowboard that our ex-employee and peace corps sensation Becky Haag is riding. Got the channel through the center line. It's really really good at making the mounting a lot simpler if you rock it with the EST snowboard binding.
From there, you'll have better shock absorption. You'll have better snowboard feel. You'll have less dead spot right underneath of the snowboard binding that you would have with traditional snowboard binding. So if you're buying this high end of a snowboard with a channel, you definitely got to do EST on top of it too. Escapades work really, really good on it.
From there, you've got engineer grain direction, which is running the grain of the wood from the channel to the edge of the snowboard. Gives you really good grip. This year, they added lightning bolts on top of it. Also, extra little carbon strings on top of that, running from the track to the snowboard edge. Really, really good edge grip. That will actually run into their pressure distribution edge. It's kind of hard to see with the naked eye, but it actually does bow out ever so slightly underneath the snowboard binding positions. So you have a point of contact here, here, here, and here; versus the tradition snowboards which will just be here and here. Really good icy hard pack grip. Really good grip when climbing the icy pipe wall. This is a super versatile snowboard.
V Rocker, as the name implies, is a reverse camber, or rocker of the snowboard. V Rocker is nice because when you stand on it, the snowboard almost goes completely flat. You have really good contact with the snow when you're doing icy hard pack terrain, if you're doing a 50-50 on a rail or a box. You still have really good contact. It does lift up ever so slightly after the snowboard binding positions, but that's nice. It basically just keeps that effective edge beginning off the snow. That's the spot where most of us are going to hook our edge, causing us to scorpion. So it just makes it a little more forgiving. Definitely going to make it float really really good in the pow, should you come across it.
From there, you got a super fly 2 core. Very, very high end wood core running throughout the core. Tip to tail with the Burton cores. So it's going to be lively, light. It does have the infinite ride process built into it, which is where they stick it into a machine that simulates about three years of usage. So you get it out of the box and flex it, it's going to flex the same about three or four years down the road too. Super cool technology that only Burton does.
These are handmade in Canada, so definitely good quality control and a rival product coming from them. Combine that with a high end sintered base, really really fast, absorbs a lot of wax, it's going to get faster throughout the life of it. Pretty cool sunset theme graphic going on with this one. You can see through the wood core in a few windows. Got some gold details rocking. Super solid cosmetically, but even more performance wise. Burton Feelgood V Rocker snowboard.
I love this board. Bought it after demo-ing it for a couple days. I'm a beginner to intermediate and this board was super easy to maneuver. It has a lot of give, which is nice for those choppy days. It's also great on powder, just float right over.
Talk about the cream of the crop in Burton's Women snowboards. This board is a dream to ride. Very responsive and very lightweight. And by lightweight I mean it feels like I'm carrying a kid's board sometimes. I've progressed so much with this board. I do agree that it doesn't really hold onto ice that well because of the reverse camber. But nothing a good edge sharpener can't improve, I just wouldn't go top speed on it on ice...fast, but not top speed. I've taken it through pow, trees, rollers,groomers, park, straight-lined it and the feelgood killed them all! The ICS makes the adjustments so much easier and very custom fit. This board is so much fun to ride, I sold all of my boards because this is the only one I use.
Great board, the technology from Burton just keeps getting better. It's got great control at high speeds, very easy to turn into tricks and switch in, and super flexy. It's the 6th board I've owned, and one of the most I've enjoyed. It's just a smidge tougher to bite into ice since both ends are lifted - and that issue is probably addressed with the Flying V technology for the 2011 generation. I floated through 2 feet of fresh snow at June Mtn easy with this baby, no sinking with this gear!
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