Burton Malolo

Burton Malolo
Brand: Burton
Modelyear: 2010
Measure (Tip/Waist/Tail): 225/243/180 mm Turning radius: 20.00 m (149 cm)
Sizes: 149,154,158,162,166 cm
(Official information from Burton)


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Jacob-Wisen
25/01/2010
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Strenghts:
Great fun, floats perfectly on the sled, but works equally well in the slope. Complicated and easy-to-use. Funny!

Weaknesses:
Do not accept really hard pistons.

Summary:
Awesome good board that fits everywhere but of course is the best in the off-piste. A must for all loose enthusiasts! Awesome good and nice board!
You do not have to downsize but do not buy too long a board. Then it's easy to lose the playful flow!

Riding style: Powder
Length on the ski: 158 cm
Riders weight: 75 kg
Riders length: 185 cm

bialy
19/10/2007
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Strenghts:
Lively but stable in high traffic. Jaw catscratches as snack. Excellent on ice.
More universal than FISH. Might well belag. Faster from edge to edge than FISH. MKT, MKT twistpiece & extremely more precise than custom-x.

Weaknesses:
Requires a van rider / rider with good legs !! A little bit heavy.

Summary:
The best FR / cushion board on the market for experienced & big skiers.
(Will sell all my freeride sows, including the FISH)

Model year: 2006
Larsse
25/04/2006
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Strenghts:
Stiff and stable board that flows very well in all circumstances. Good edge grip!

Weaknesses:
Would like to pull out the punch a little more, and maybe have the ability to mount at times, but what a fan: it's not made to park with.

Summary:
Very pleased with my purchase, looked online and fell over this play. Chanced that it would work well. So I ordered it from Blue-tomato without knowing it, but I regret it. It has an incredibly good grip on the slopes and is very easy to handle if you are determined against it. This series is a little shorter than usual boards, I drive the longest and it's 162 cm. But it works very well in the sneeze as the nose is so wide and the tail is slightly narrower. I think it's a calendars that work perfectly in all circumstances. (perhaps not exemplary for jibbing, but it's very easy to find a jibboard) Run it with cartel bindings that seem to be called!

Can highly recommend this board if you like to sneak away in a fast and playful way, and appreciate taking a scratch on the piste a little bit from time to time.

Model year: 2006