Burton Air 5.1

Brand: Burton

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ingvarsson
10/02/2005
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Have had some boards over the years. Started at a CC then bought a small Burton Air 5.
2 different models of Burton Twin that have been running locomotives on the slopes.
And senate a Sims board.
The only thing I have left is my Burton Air, which I only go on three times a year
but it's terribly good. Pretty short, stable at high speed even though it is quite soft.
Works strange enough, maybe good with me though I'm 193 and weigh around 90 pans.

Gollumina
14/05/2003
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A lightweight board with a relatively soft flex. It is twisted in the turns.
In my opinion, it fits better in the park than in the piste. Somewhat unstable at high speed. One okay. board to start with.

Model year: 1994
Bauer
06/12/2002
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To be a relatively old board, it holds "super class" both inside and outside the piste. Even in the beep, it works relatively well, although it is slightly narrow at the waist for this particular. Narrow waist gives it an incredibly good cut if you like and "carva" around in new-pisted slopes. As slow a cannon board that works just as good for beginners as old foxes.

Model year: 1994