|Core:||Powder Fly III Core with Dualzone EGD and Negative Profile|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Burton Supermodel X Snowboard 164
Experienced boarders know exactly what they're getting when they ride Burton - Performance, premium materials and breakthrough technology are the name of the game. Engineered to be lightweight and durable while retaining all the kick you need to catch some sick air, the Burton Supermodel X leaves the competition in the dust. Featuring some explosive pop thanks to the tapered frame design and revolutionary technology incorporated into the Sintered N2O WFO base, the Supermodel X gives you the freedom to let loose and hit speeds you've never felt before without sacrificing grip and control.
- The Channel
- SHAPE: Tapered [10mm]
- FLEX: Twin
- FEEL: 7
- CORE: Powder Fly III Core with Dualzone EGD and Negative Profile
- FIBERGLASS: Carbon Vaporskin with Triax Response Fiberglass and Carbon I-Beam
- BASE: Sintered N2O WFO
- EDGES: Stainless Steel Pressure Distribution Edges with Grip and Rip Tune
- SIDEWALLS: Pro:45
- EXTRAS: Pro-Tip and Infinite Ride
|Effective Edge (cm)||128.75|
|Tip Width (cm)||25.5|
|Tail Width (cm)||25.5|
|Waist Width (cm)||29.63|
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 the Burton Supermodel X snowboard. Super sick snowboard. If you're not ever going to the park, but you're an experienced rider, this is one you should check out. What you're looking at here is an upgraded version of the regular Supermodel. Things to note on this one: it does have a slightly tapered shape. You've got an extra centimeter of nose versus tail. That's going to promote float in the good stuff, give you a little less rear leg burn, but with that minimal amount of taper, this is still going to perform really good on hard-packed terrain as well, versus some of the snowboards that have a little more taper, such as the Malolo and the Fish. This one definitely kills any type of terrain.
From there you've got the Carbon Vaporskin topsheet. It's basically going to be infused with the fiberglass below it to reduce the weight of the snowboard. From there you've got the Powder Fly III core, basically the best core they put into their powder free ride snowboards. It's going to have a lighter weight core material for the nose to balance out the fact that it has a shorter, smaller tail. It makes the snowboard still really balanced if you're spinning off cliffs, and stuff like that. You're definitely going to have a more supportive flex. On a one to ten scale, you're probably looking at about a seven on the Burton Supermodel X snowboard, so it can handle high speed terrain and uneven terrain very easily.
It has their Channel. I can't say enough good things about that. I've been rocking it on all my snowboards the last couple years. It's definitely revolutionary as far as your snowboard feel and its padding, if you combine it with an EST snowboard binding, which I consider mandatory for my customers. You're only getting half the performance of the setup unless you get the EST snowboard binding on it. From there, run over to the base. You've got the Sintered N2O WFO base. What you're looking at here is a lot of wax pounded into this thing from the factory, about equivalent to 30 hot waxes. So this thing is lightning fast right out of the bag. Burton has the best base finish in the industry, period, from the factory. Over the life of the snowboard, the more you wax it, the faster the snowboard's going to get.
Other technologies this one has in it: you've got the pressure distribution edges which will be indicated here, and a little bit back here. What it does is it bumps up the edge ever so slightly, giving you an extra point of contact versus traditional snowboards which will have one in the nose and in the tail. This one puts extra biting grip right underneath your snowboard bindings. Stainless steel edges on this one. They're not going to rust, they're going to hold their edge a lot longer.
From there you've got your Pro 45 sidewall, tried and true slantwall construction. They run it horizontal though here and it gets more vertical as you get out toward the contact points, establishing more bite in the initial contact area. Super sick snowboard. If you're a freerider this is going to be like that nice Lambo or Ferrari out on the slopes for sure. I highly recommend it. You should check it out. Burton Supermodel X.
Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!
"supermodel x "
My go to powder board. It floats effortlessly through the good stuff and plows through the chopped up crud just as easily. The extra stiffness makes it great for an aggressive rider .Gotta love the stainless steel edges and vaporskin top sheet to keep it a little lighter.Its basically a surf oriented version of the custom x with the setback stance and tapered shape
"Sweet all mountain ride"
I purchased this board as my all mountain/powder deck and could not be happier! It is not the best board for riding switch or doing butters but if you want an all mountain machine that can handle all conditions, look no further! It is light weight, very responsive, with a good amount of pop. I have taken it off of some kickers and it performed well but I will stick to my park board if I want to do laps through the park. I also have a Burton Fish and plan on selling it because I no longer need a powder specific board. The Supermodel has eaten my Fish for dinner! All around, this thing is amazing and often slept on. I highly recommend demoing or buying it!