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Palmer Burn Snowboard

Palmer Burn Snowboard
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Description: Palmer Burn Snowboard

The Burn for men is a premium board that doesn''t carry a premium price. Palmer''s original Burn placed in Transworld''s "Good Wood" top 10 boards, and since then it''s improved even more. The engineered beech and poplar wood core delivers a traditional and comfortable ride, while honeycomb Nomex fore and aft absorbs hits and provides the spring and response you want for stunts. Stone ground HMW Isospeed 4400 makes a base that''s both fast and durable. When you''ve graduated and you''re ready to ride with the best, go for the Burn.

Key Features of the Palmer Burn Snowboard:
  • Klothoid Sidecut
  • Nomex Honeycomb in Tip and Tail
  • NCF Prepreg
  • White Full Sidewall with Lime Green Print
  • Beech/Poplar Woodcore
  • Subliminated Stone Ground 4400 Isospeed Base
  • 6 x 2 Inserts and Centered Stance
Dimensions
Length (cm) 154 158 160 162
Waist Width (mm) 251 252 253 254

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Palmer Burn
I own the 2009 Palmer Burn at the recommendation from the Team. I am an all mountain rider that is still learning the park. This board is an amazing board for the price (got it for $150). This board has great pop for the park, but is also stiff so you can carve up the mountain.
October 13, 2010
Custom?
This board is just as good as my custom. Great all mtn board Maybe a bittoo stiff for some but still great. I love all mtn boards and this is in my top 2. Great for highspeeds and linking turns. Pretty good park board also. Great buy
January 19, 2011
Burn Baby Burn
I really like the Palmer brand. This is my 3rd board from them and once again, no disappointments. The board really holds an edge in sketchy conditions, is stable and predictable at high speeds, and jumps very well. Great single quiver board. Get one while you still can
April 8, 2010
Burn baby Burn
I have a Ride Havoc 158 (2009, I believe?). I had that board for a year before I bought this off a steal (70% off!).

What a difference this board makes on my riding experience!
I've taken it up twice so far this season. Been through rocks and trees, pow, groomer, you name it.

This board took more hits than Rocky, and has not phased. Just minor dings here and there, but noticeably more durable than the Havoc in terms of damage incurred in a given environment.

I don't do much park. I'm more of a groomer/trees/pow guy.

Groomer: I decided to push it and haul ass on this board. On Havoc, I'd get wobbles here and there. This board is stable as a rock. No wobbles. Even if it catches an edge, it's easy to come right back and adjust yourself.

Trees/Pow: Tree runs were mostly closed due to early-season conditions, but in powder this thing glides. Let me tell you, I haven't had this much fun riding in powder... the way it lets you change direction with barely any effort is amazing. It just floats and lets you do the work. It's like the thing has a mind of its own
December 5, 2010
Incredible deal
I purchased this board at the deep discount last year and it's worth every penny. Riding-wise it reminded me a lot of Burton Custom.
December 5, 2010
Awesome board
This board is great for how I ride but chipped really easily at the tail. I can easily fix it by filing the nose and tail but I thought I would put that out their. If this didn't happen I wouldn't have anything to complain about.
April 4, 2010
snowboard i want
This board right here was my dream board i searched for a board for almost six months and when i demo'd this board i had to buy it and ever since i have rode this thing down the mountains of snowshoe like crazy and have enjoyed every dang min of it i would recommend buying this board!!
February 3, 2011
Awesome board
The sharpness could also be a con. I have only used it on harder packed terrain with a small base (8-10). I am debating detuning it a little, I am finding that I over shoot when making more precise angle adjustments navigating to a feature, but it's great for cutting out at the last minute. Easily the best board I have been on in non-powder settings. If you are more on the novice side I wouldn't recommend this board. I am 185# and riding the 162, would be interested to try the 164.
November 15, 2010
Nice Palmer Burn
Rode it for the first time in last month in spring/slushy conditions. I'm 6'1 150 and overall I had a good day on the board. Treated me well on the boxes, which is something I normally don't even do. Had some trouble getting it to pop 'right' off of lips and stuff. I think I need to find a new stance that fits the directional twin nature of the board though
April 6, 2010
Burn baby Burn
as far as my riding style i love the ungroomed runs, meaning i wanted a board that could handle incredibly well. however when i went on site at the very beginning of the year i had my heart set on this palmer after hearing only great things about it. but the only size left was a 160, after much hought i risked it and bought this and a reverse crew, and boy did it pay off. the board handled like a dream and i was calving between the trees like no other. i would go as far as to say this is one of the best boards i have ever ridden
May 15, 2011

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