Tag Archive for Twin Flex

DC Space Echo

DC Space Echo 2018 Review The Space Echo is a pretty aggressive, old school regular camber all-mountain snowboard.

Niche Theme

Niche Theme 2018 Review The Niche Theme is mostly camber, medium flexing freestyle board that is pretty fun to ride.

Burton Custom Twin Flying V

Burton Custom Twin Flying V 2017 The Burton Custom Twin Flying V is a variation on the regular directional Burton Custom. The main difference is that it is a twin shape, and has the Flying V rather than the regular camber profile. There also is the PurePop Camber version of this board.

Burton Custom Twin

Burton Custom Twin 2017 The Burton Custom Twin is a variation on the regular directional Burton Custom, with a a few extra changes that make it a better choice for park riders. It obviously has a twin shape, but it also uses the Off-Axis design. Off-Axis is an interesting feature, which is designed to take advantage of the regular park riders…

Burton Process Off-Axis

Burton Process Off-Axis 2017 The Burton Process Off-Axis is a slightly different version of the other two Process models – the Camber and the Flying V. The first difference is that this version uses the PurePop camber profile, which is a slightly toned down version of the regular camber. It has flat sections after the camber area, which changes into an…

Burton Process

Burton Process 2017 The Burton Process comes in two versions- camber and Flying V. The camber version has the most aggressive profile of the two, and is the version you should choose if you need a solid board that is better for doing bigger jumps and riding fast. If you have a look on the pictures tab, you’ll see that the Process is the…

Burton Custom Mystery

Burton Custom Mystery 2017 The Burton Custom Mystery is a very high end (expensive) version of the custom, made with a bunch of mystery ingredients.

Burton Custom X Flying V

Burton Custom X Flying V 2017 The Burton Custom X Flying V is a new board this season, which to me seems like an odd one. The regular Custom X is well known as Burton’s most aggressive camber board. It is the sort of aggressive board that you will see people riding in icy superpipes, and over monster jumps. The stiff flex…

Burton Feelgood

Burton Feelgood 2017 The Burton Feelgood is a directional, traditional camber board with plenty of pop that suits aggressive riders.

Burton Socialite

Burton Socialite Review The Burton Socialite is made to be a soft flexing board, that can handle anywhere on the mountain.

Burton Social

Burton Social Review The Burton Social is a loose and fun snowboard that is really god for riders wanting to progress and learn new tricks.

Burton Nugget

Burton Nugget Review The Burton Nugget is a short, flat, twin board that is made to be ridden a whole 8-10cm shorter than the board you normally ride.

Burton Lip-Stick

Burton Lip-Stick Review The Burton Lip-Stick is a freestyle all mountain board, that is made for a more aggressive rider who wants a fun board.

Burton Genie

Burton Genie Review The Burton Genie is the easiest board in Burtons range, made for beginner riders to advance their riding skills.

Burton Feelgood Flying V

Burton Feelgood Flying V Review The Burton Feelgood Flying V is made to give you the control of a camber board, with the balance of a catch free and fun rocker board.

Burton Feather

Burton Feather 2016 Review The Burton Feather is a smooth and easy to turn snowboard, that has a soft flex and a stable feel.

Burton Easy Livin

Burton Easy Livin Review The Burton Easy Livin is the board used by X-Games Gold Medalist Danny Davis, and comes in 3 different versions. Each of the 3 sizes have a few differences, made for different types of riding. The 152cm version has a more blunted freestyle shape, the 158 has a pointier design and the 155 is right in the middle…

Burton Deja Vu Flying V

Burton Deja Vu Flying V 2017 The Burton Deja Vu Flying V is a medium soft flexing, twin shaped freestyle board that you can ride all over the mountain.