Burton Supermodel

Burton Supermodel
Brand: Burton
Modelyear: 2011
Measure (Tip/Waist/Tail): 296/248/286 mm Turning radius: 7.72 m (155 cm)
Sizes: 155,158,161,164,168 cm
(Official information from Burton)


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Kevin Solomon
Kevin Solomon (Guest)
02/11/2020
Strenghts:
181cm long means business. Fast, floats on pow, carves a dream. Not back leg burn.

Weaknesses:
Hard work you have to be fit. Doesn't turn on a dime. Doesn't like trees or moguls.

Summary:
I'm probably 120kg plus with loaded off-piste backpack and body armour. Born in 1967, been snowboarding since 1992 mostly piste and powder. No park, no freestyle too old.
Not too sure what year it is as I bought it from ebay in late 2003 new from someone. It had never had bindings fitted. Had demo stamped on it.
Owned this board since 2003 and 80% of my trips it gets used. Still in excellent condition.
I've been using a F2 Eliminatior Ltd 167 since 2008 and I always take both boards with me.
This is a powder day board. Its fast but stable can handle double black diamonds. Clocked up 69mph on a blue run in Breckenridge 2010 and 71mph on a black run in Zermatt 2016. Carves a big mountain. Can handle jumps but it's not for it. A pure powder cruiser.

Model year: 2002
Riding style: Piste but more powder.
Length on the ski: 181 cm
Riders weight: 100 kg
Riders length: 178 cm


Longboardforever
26/11/2018
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Strenghts:
Easy to say they have a little length but still a loss of speed.

Weaknesses:
Job-like to carry because of the length if you have to whine something and that they are no longer manufactured.

Summary:
If you like to lay on high blades at high speed or add a 1st, it's the right thing. Perhaps no one tramples into the narrow forests. Drive both 174 and 181.

Model year: 1999
Riding style: Everything but park.
Length on the ski: 174 cm
Riders weight: 90 kg
Riders length: 175 cm