Burton Frontier


Brand: Burton

What do you think about Burton Frontier?
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GotlandInteIStAnton
01/11/2004
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Clearly smooth board. nice in piste, cruel cut, requires that you lack a little. minus because it was scam and worthless quality. broke two pieces in one and a half months. is a little unsure what jeppo is talking about. Speed ​​stability is one of the top features (176), no problem to straighten all the pistes in St. Anthony.

Jeppo
06/08/2003
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Cruel board, even if it's not perfect: In really high traffic (type of supersonic), it feels a bit fluttery. Though it had been even stiffer, if you had to have a sore bones muscles, you would need a good cut. The slider is not super good either, at least not compared to the polar extremist Enlighten. With exactly the same whey etc. I did not have a chance to keep up with the transport distances. However, it's a really good board, you just want to go faster and steeper all the time.
Too bad I only had to drive it for 3 weeks, then it went off after I loaded too much in the park in Trysil. Sob!

Model year: 2001
callekung
11/12/2002
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(170 cm) Absolutely wonderful board, it holds the firmness even though the man presses it. Has gone on a number of different boards: Libtech, Morrow escape, Gnu, K2, F2. But the only thing that can be compared to is escapen. So if you want a more alpine-like board that's still not, buy this one. I'm going on it together with Flow Fl-Carbon FR and it's a very wonderful combination, it keeps the cut completely awesome and never leaves. However, a little heavy ...

Model year: 2001
Grrrken
14/10/2002
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bought my frontier 2002 ... best board yes run on .. have a 66 but could as well have had 10cm + .. smooth to fine ... a little bit of strength is required to get really nice pressure ... just to buy to TRAIN!!!

Model year: 2001
Sponken
08/04/2002
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Come home recently from a short week in Kittelfjäll (do something for the lift!) Where I premiere drove my Frontier 170.
This board was a nice surprise.

+ Agrees with the above discount center. Awesome edge grip and stable tight cut.

+ It was handy for its size. Turned around the nose and drove the fakie without any problems.

+ In the offpiste, it was how easy it was. Did not even get my hind legs as I got short (155-160cm) boards on my time.

- scam! (This brings down the grade one step). Why does Burton take so much for his boards?!?! Corresponding Salomon Fastback is significantly cheaper.

Finally, I would recommend this board to the one who weighs over 70 kilos and has some strength and stamina in the legs. It's an advantage if you are joking in price tags. It's a cruel freeridebreak that you're all about.
PS. Drive your legs in summer! DS.

Model year: 2001
patrik_kerttu
15/12/2001
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Cruel board with wonderful edge grip and stiffness.
It likes to go a lot and BIG. Works in everything from fat cushions to pipes.

However, no jibberboard.

Model year: 2000
patrik_kerttu
13/12/2001
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Stiff board that can be pulled on.

+ Works well in a pipe like offpiste.
+ Wonderful edge grip and stiffness that gives you full control.

-Not for a real jibber

Patrik

Model year: 2001