Burton Supermodel 59

Brand: Burton

What do you think about Burton Supermodel 59?
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Åge André Klefsåsvold
Åge André Klefsåsvold (Guest)
18/02/2005
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Has had Butron supermodel 68 since 1999, and is very pleased with the board.
The board is relatively narrow as mentioned, but I actually do fine of it myself with my
shoe size (46 1/2). The shoes stick outside, but it works relatively well even.
Must go over to a wider range now ... Butron Baron ES, as feet outside the board have caused a few bad accidents in the piste.
The board is superb off-piste, but does not perform well in the park. However, I enjoy the best of these areas.

PhilipWettebrandt
PhilipWettebrandt (Guest)
11/02/2005
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This is the 4th year I have my Supermodel 59. Never in the park, it's out of the piste that I like best.
As mentioned, the board is slim, which suits me very well because I have relatively small feet (41). It's great to carve with, and works very well in pillows. However, it feels a bit freaky in high traffic. My weight 76kg, length 176cm
Now I wish a new board, not because this is bad, but I want something new.
ps. It is for sale ds.

Svetlana3000
26/03/2002
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Mmm ... I've been back for a supermodel 62 for 3 years, it's not too bad as I've had it for so long, and I did not go to last year, and it's so good, I've tested friends' annual boards but no anna I've found the same exact & soft cut. I'm a pist machine and no fart on spinning, but the times i ran the pipe it's not known as a 62'a rather like a 52'a. Despite the relatively narrow waist I get good flow in the powder and it's no problem to land feta airs in the big jump. It would be fun with a new board but .... näe!

Model year: 1998