Burton DRIVER X

Burton DRIVER X
Brand: Burton
Modelyear: 2018
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What do you think about Burton DRIVER X?
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Longboardforever
26/11/2018
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Strenghts:
Superstable dojja that urges speed and big cutting edges by pressing.

Weaknesses:
Nothing for the jibs.

Summary:
Best goal for bigger mountains and speed, stable to land with. Big and high are the words here.

Model year: 2009
Aalbin
02/05/2012 (Modified: 16/07/2012)
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Strenghts:
+ Feels & seems to be durable
+ Vibramsula

Weaknesses:
- Bad health, wish I had taken half or one size less, took my standard size.
- Does not fit perfectly with my Burton Cartel. I chose to drive burton on both, because I heard that the ties & shoes should fit together well if you do.
- Possibly a little big compared with other models.

Summary:
I am particularly dissatisfied with my health. Otherwise, I do not have much to complain about. No wow experience.

Model year: 2012
Kaskar
14/02/2011
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Strenghts:
Stiff boots that provide real support. Big difference between plastic bars or not. With the plastic rail in, the shoe becomes superstable and it is possible to push in the ride in a completely different way. It is possible to press the entire tibia more than just the toes that are made in softer shoes.

Without a plastic box, I think Shoe is a tight freestyle shoe, with a little rip, it will probably be comparable to a pair of new Ion

Weaknesses:
Difficulty of course, but that's not why you buy them. Without the plastic rail, however, it is affordable

Summary:
Good shoes if you want a lot of support

Model year: 2011