Burton Seven

Burton Seven
Brand: Burton
Modelyear: 2010
Measure (Tip/Waist/Tail): 200/248/200 mm Turning radius: 20.20 m (149 cm)
Sizes: 149,152,154,158 cm
(Official information from Burton)


What do you think about Burton Seven?
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8 reviews
HoogerBooger
31/10/2008
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Strenghts:
A nice wide board for less experienced riders.

Weaknesses:
Too soft and bad pop in it.

Summary:
A forgiving board to leave in the park but too soft and bad pop

Henrik
Henrik (Guest)
22/05/2008
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Strenghts:
Nice flex, it loves to land nice jump in the park. Convenient to slide around, easy to handle. Relatively easy.

Weaknesses:
To me it is too soft and clumsy that I can push as I want to piss it feels bad for offpiste. You have to work hard for it not to dive and it's the right champagne, so you're guaranteed to be on the bottom. This may have to do with driving a 155a, but I still weigh only 65kg.

Summary:
Perfect park complement to a large long pillow / pist board.

(Guest)
04/10/2005
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Strenghts:
Cruel board. Works excellent allround. Good flex.

Weaknesses:
Seems like seven boards have gotten back a bit when the uninc boards came. Do not find seven boards in this year's (05/06) burton catalog. Think that the uninc boards came in order to replace the seven series.
Before uninc, the seven boards were perhaps best-placed boards.

They seem to have changed the coat a lot to much softer 03/04 compared with previous years. This is the only minus I can get on. Did not get hurt with a bit harder coat when shredding in the spring park. But the coat is well-flexed, so you can not complain.

Summary:
Awesome board that is nice to watch.

oscar
oscar (Guest)
23/03/2005
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nice with the cut in length and just the flex, both for beginners advanced skiers.
burton seven owns the park in total. both in appearance and feeling, very leaky with a chromatic "B7" on the shiny lacquer.
If you want to drive offpist, just make the bindings a bit so it works fine.
can not be compared to ex, custom or t6, but okay anyway. The board is designed for the park, and that's where it belongs.

* Great plus for the look
* Cruel in the park and everywhere in the hill.
* jump how you want, seven do the job for you (almost)

alle
alle (Guest)
30/12/2004
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awesome board that's super good to jump with and you can run incredibly fast and reflexively!
5/5

Stabilo
09/03/2004
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My first own board, works great on slopes and also good in the offpiste. Nice to jump with.

Dalle_9
03/03/2003
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Keeps with CHrilles.
Seems it works super well in the park. But it does not get lost somewhere on the mountain.

chrilli
23/10/2002
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The best of the Burton models I tested.
Very soft with smooth flex.
This board will not put you out of kicker's like, but it's very forgiving.
Please take a smaller length to experience nice jibbing =)