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Burton Canyon Freeride Review

Burton Canyon


Description
The wide version of the legendary Jack of All Trades, the Canyon is a Custom in disguise. With light weight, Carbon I-Beam-fueled snap, and a sidecut that doesn’t make bigger feet suffer, the Canyon stands alone in a sea of scaled-up pretenders. Sintered Base: Holds wax, is durable, and moves right along. Lite Triax: Light weight and torsional stiffness. Carbon I-Beam: Lots of snap; stop using cheater jumps to get on handrails. Super Fly II Core: Light, strong, and lively flex. Dualzone EGD: Precise edge hold.


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Review Date
August 13, 2013

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 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: Joseph ,  Snowboarder

Summary:
the Burton Canyon is the board of legend. I got mine the year it FIRST CAME OUT! I know there are people who upgrade boards every couple years, but if you ride 10-20 days a year, like I do, you can ride this hard hitting bad boy into the sunset! I've been LOVING the high-speed carving stability, like it's in rails with no stutter, responsive but silky, bad assitude with luxury. Only now, we'll over a decade later am I looking into a new board, just for the tech improvements, but I want something as close to a Canyon as I can get!!!

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If you insist on the best in everything, Cartel bindings, Seirus "Da Bone" or "Skeleton" gloves...


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Review Date
April 18, 2013

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 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: David Gonzalez ,  Snowboarder

Summary:
Durable board- 4th season and sill holds stiff, plenty of snap left in it. Incredibly responsive. Worth upgrading bindings if you've got less than highest performance. Ass hauler on packed and groomers; navigates well in powder up to about 2 feet. Thereafter not ideal powder board. I'm 44 yrs old, 6'0 215 lbs on land. Get me on my canyon and I'm 22 years old, 5'8 and 160 lbs.


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Review Date
January 19, 2010

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 4 of 5

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Reviewed by: George L ,  Snowboarder

Summary:
I'm a nube, I have Big feet. The Burton Canyon was recommended and so far, I Love it


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Review Date
September 3, 2008

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 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: Scherlinx ,  Snowboarder

Summary:
This is a great board for people with big feet. Works great on the whole mountain but seeing it as its directional it can be hard to ride/land switch but not impossible.


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Review Date
January 14, 2008

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Reviewed by: snowking911 ,  Snowboarder

Summary:
THis board is by far the best boardi have ever ridin. I ride a 164cm. im 6 foot 3 170. this board handles great in the deep stuff...the glades are awesome...i will never buy anything else than a buron...this board rips hard..halls down the mountain with great response!!!


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