Burton Supermodel (2010)
Released January, 2009
The Pros:Samurai sword in the deep powder and trees,. Very stable at high speeds and holds a strong edge when asked/powered, for sure a board for higher end riders. Softer/fatter nose is a benifit when charging through crud and bumps.
The Cons:Inconsistent flex (tail is stiffer by design) so switch riding feels very different. Not the best for jibbing or butters.
The Supermodel is a men's freeride snowboard from Burton's 2010 lineup. The board is designed with a negative core profile and has powder fly cores giving it a lighter-weight nose for gliding over powder.
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It features an S-Rocker shape with Burton's Channel technology, allowing the bindings to be mounted to the board according to the rider's preference. The Supermodel has Pro:45 sidewalls and a tapered tip and tail for reduced swing weight. It also includes Grip & Rip edge tuning for traction and control. The board is available in five sizes and is recommended for use with Burton's Cartel EST bindings and Ion boots.
- The Channel Technology
- Rocker Shape: S-Rocker
- Core: DualZone EDG, Negative Core Profile, Powder Fly Cores
- Glass: Triax Response Fiberglass, Carbon I-Beam
- Base: Sintered N2O WFO Base
- Shape: Pro-Tip
- Tuning: Infinite Ride
- Sidewall: Pro:45 Sidewalls
- Edge Technology: Grip & Rip Edge Tune
- Flex: Directional
- Feel: 5
- Sizes: 155, 159, 163, 168, 172
User Reviews (2)
samurai sword in the deep powder and trees,
very stable at high speeds and holds a strong edge when asked/powered, for sure a board for higher end riders
softer/fatter nose is a benifit when charging through crud and bumps
inconsistent flex (tail is stiffer by design) so switch riding feels very different
not the best for jibbing or butters
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