Burton Custom (Page 2)

anders_rattfeldt
06/02/2002 (Modified: 27/08/2018)
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P_K
24/01/2002
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Run on a custom 160. very good board, fast lively cut compared to my todd richards from -99.
Does not mean that it gets flared in high traffic, but it may depend on my small weight 70kg =)
However, the high price is a minus.
Has had a custom 155 -97 oxÄ, which after two years lost a lot of its original flex, so watch out as buyer used.

Dundree
05/01/2002
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It was very easy and easy to drive in. It swings well both in the piste and in the off-piste. It is also very stable. It was worth the price

quicksilver
26/11/2001
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Custom 160
I wanted a Burton Custom but before I bought it, I did a test on Burton's web page. There you entered weight, length, shoe size (I do not weigh so much and is quite tall). With this information, the board was chosen which should suit me best.
And, very, it became a Custom 160, after that was the case steak! I am very pleased with it, does not flatter to me, is stable, ...

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KalleKax
21/11/2001
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After 10 years, I finally got into the collar and bought a Burton Custom 164. Oh, you're going to say that's a wonderful treat! Quick from edge to edge, wack up jobs, good cut and stable as a fan! I'm pleasantly surprised! But the price is a bit too high, so it will bring you down the rating! For that, I get 6 of my grades!

Kalle

Mans_Hilling
22/10/2001
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As said, nice board, according to me, complete. Despite my weight of 97 kilos, I have never experienced it as too soft, just right, relaxed and comfortable. Fast flutter has been known for some time.
Good board if you go allround, it does not crash in landings but should it go fast I prefer my Morrow Escape, but I'm the most apprehensive.

mawi
27/09/2001
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Tried a couple of burton in chamonix this winter, I'm not so knowledgeable, but what they say above is clear - custom was not for me.

Tried a few different lengths. completely agree with "maria10" above - have tried salomons in recent years and they rock, the one I drove this winter was wonderful ... do not remember the model just ...

As said - maybe better for lighter riders - I thought it was flattering and unreliable, s a s.

mzf5n8
27/09/2001
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I agree that Custom is a bit soft and works well for lighter akare.

Test Frontier instead! It has significantly stronger flex and operates in high-speed markets.

petteri
26/09/2001
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Awesome nice board, works allround, but I've mostly tested it in pist and hope. The most beautiful board I went, all categories. Good contact and fast response.

N/A
15/09/2000
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only for light skiers (up to 65 kg)
Are we heavier than 70 kg recommended salmon daniel frank