Burton Floater 167


Brand: Burton

What do you think about Burton Floater 167?
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roel
roel (Guest)
01/02/2005
sicky wicky board master dope Cool nice flow

ogge
ogge (Guest)
03/01/2006
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Burton Floater is definitely a boarding pad. how nice in deep pillows, it feels almost like being weightless! lifts fine and gives great nice turns. In the piste it works well at high speed, but it's getting a bit dull at low speed. a board for those who like to travel quickly with big turns, especially outside the piste.

Nordgren
22/02/2005
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I have a 163a that I now use as a punch board, and that's where it belongs to me. Completely fully rear mounted in deep snow. Good lift and tight stiff.
In the piste the little dad is soft in my opinion and a little too tame. Good cut but a bit more flex had been good.

In short, I think that it should be used as the name rattles in the flax.

A board I had a lot of fun with and that kept terribly good, but is a bit too passive for the active skier in the slopes but shining outside the slopes.

alces
08/02/2001
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Does not have much to compare with, but my 163a behaves quite safely and sensibly. Would you rather have a little more challenging board, it feels a bit "old bettan" over this maybe.

Model year: 2001