Burton Dominant (2010)
Released January, 2009
The Pros:Edges are perfect for rail riding, don't catch. Party rocker makes it loose enough to shift around easily. Elliptical kicks give great pop for quick hops or bigger jumps.
The Cons:Low speed maneuverability is a little tricky.
The Dominant is a men's park snowboard from Burton's 2010 lineup. The board is designed with a negative core profile with park fly cores which are thicker between the bindings and thinner at the tip and tail.
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It features Burton's Channel technology, allowing the bindings to be mounted to the board according to the rider's preference. The board also has Party Rocker technology which provides zero camber between the feet and rockers outside each foot. The shape of the Dominant is perfectly symmetrical for balance and it has an elliptical shape at the tip and tail for added float and clearance. It also includes Rail Ready edge tuning and Infinite Ride tuning so that the board will consistently feel like new. The board is available in five sizes and is recommended for use with Burton's Mission EST bindings and Poacher boots.
- The Channel Technology
- Rocker Shape: New Party Rocker
- Core: Dualzone EGD, Negative Core Profile, Park Fly Cores
- Glass: Dual Density Biax React Fiberglass
- Base: Lightspeed Vision Base
- Shape: Pro-Tip, Twin, Elliptical Kicks
- Tuning: Infinite Ride
- Sidewall: 10:45 Sidewalls
- Edge Technology: Rail Ready Edge Tune
- Flex: Directional
- Feel: 3
- Sizes: 146, 150, 154, 156, 159
User Reviews (1)
edges are perfect for rail riding, don't catch
party rocker makes it loose enough to shift around easily
elliptical kicks give great pop for quick hops or bigger jumps
heavy landings are fairly stable
turns and jibs are easy and fast
rides stable enough for new users
low speed maneuverability is a little tricky
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