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Because your big feet are ready to rule the back bowls.

Don’t hate on people with small feet, get even with the Burton Bullet Snowboard. Even though this wide deck keeps your gargantuan foots out of the snow, it doesn’t ride like an obese canoe. Burton amped up turnability and response with Cruise Control technology, which features a mellow flex, directional shape, and upturned edges at the nose. The result is a quick ride that won't catch an edge.
  • Cruise Control tech has upturned edges on the nose and a mellow flex for easy turn initiation without fear of catching an edge
  • Directional shape for effortless turning
  • Twin flex for switch stompability
  • Bias React fiberglass for a soft flex
  • Grip and Rip edges are ready to ride right out of the box

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Does the 09/10 bullet have rocker or camber...

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Does the 09/10 bullet have rocker or camber or reverse camber or...??

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I'm pretty sure it was a camber board.

What kind of boots and bindings should I...

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What kind of boots and bindings should I buy with this board size 154?
I have wide feet, size 10.5 mens.

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It's still my Burton Bullet 160 )

Will this board be good for any park?(ever...

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Will this board be good for any park?(ever though it's directional?)

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Its not an ideal park board, but there are many park boards that are directional, so your 'all-good' on that front. Also, the board has a very generous waist width so it will be nice and stable under your feet. Park board tend to be a bit larger underfoot for stability and stomping landings.

I think you'll be stoked on this board unless you are hitting 60+ foot booters and than you may want something that is a bit upgraded.

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Ryan has given some good advice about this board.

will I get any toe drag on this board with...

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will I get any toe drag on this board with size 13 boots?

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It is possible depending on the boots you run. To lessen the effects of two drag, try any burton boot with skrinage technology, this means they have built certain boots on a sole smaller platform. i.e. a size 9 is built on a sole of a size 8. Also, its a good idea to duck your stance. Try positive 12 or 15 degrees on your front foot and negative 9 or 12 on your back foot. Find the right angels and you'll be stoked.

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I doubt you will have any toe drag... It has a very, very generous waist width to accommodate you.

I am thinking of buying this snowboard for...

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I am thinking of buying this snowboard for my boyfriend who used to ski and now has switched over to snowboarding. He boarded a few times with a burton board , and weighs 180 lbs and is about 5'10. I have been reading so many reviews about this being a "wide" board. Do you think that this will still be okay?

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Usually you get into wide boards when you have 11+ feet. The weight of you bf is also dependant on what size of board he wil ride. If hes 180lbs, you would want to go for a board that is around a 154 and up. You said hes making the transition over from ski to baord, so you might even want to get him something along the lines of a 157(especially because of his weight). If he has smaller feet than size 11, you might want to think of getting him a board that is reg width. Also look for something called the 'waist width' of a board, this determines how big of a foot/binding you will be able to use. Like I said before, if hes over an 11 you want to look for a waist width of atleast 255mm. If he wears anything 10 and under, you can choose pretty much any board out there. Hope this helps :)

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To break down what Mcgregor said. If the feet are size 11 or higher, he needs a wide board. From his weight get a board around 157. no smaller than a 155. This is a great beginner board.

Would this board be suitable for my 16...

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Would this board be suitable for my 16 year old son 6ft 3, 80 kgs with size 12 (US )feet? He is at beginner/intermediate level. Only gets to board 1-2 times a year here in Australia so don't want to spend $$$.

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Yes this board is great. Great value and it offers a great ride for someone who only gets to go a couple times a year. Your son definitely needs a wide board be cause of the size of his feet. This will be a great board.

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Burton Bullet Snowboard - Wide 164

I got this board about a month ago and finally got to use it this weekend, three full day’s with combination of fresh powder to some icy conditions. I am an intermediate rider, 6’2”, 220 lb with size 11.5 boot. The board works for me, does not feel like a wide board and has just the right amount of flex, if you a big guy with the “big foot” I highly recommend this board. I would buy it again.

Video of my first snowboard trip

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Ripped up every single slope with this thing... Helps you turn soo much better. My setup is in the comments section of the video....

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thanks man

So, what size feets need to consider a...

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So, what size feets need to consider a wider board like this Bullet?

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Typically size 11 and higher you would want to get on a wide board. If you have 10.5 you can go either way, it would be safer to ride the wide just to eliminate toe and heel drag.

so Im 6ft 200lbs, what length board would...

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so Im 6ft 200lbs, what length board would you recommend for just plain riding, not for the park/jumps per se.

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any size between 158 and 163 will probably work ok.

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this board is NOT a park board ...but its really fun to just cruse the mountain with

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this board is NOT a park board ...but its really fun to just cruse the mountain with

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I am 6', 205 lbs, size 12 flippers, and I ride the 157. By everyone's standards this board is too small for me, but everyone's standards are fu**ed! It works great for me as an all mountain. Screams down the hill and, since I went a little short, is good for park. In a word, FAST!!!!!

Will this board work with my k2 Cinch...

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Will this board work with my k2 Cinch Bindings? I beleive the bindings have a 4 hole disc for the binding mounts.

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Every company has a disk that has a 3-hole pattern. This means that you can position the disk to fit a burton 3-hole disk.

Whats this about a 3 hole pattern on the...

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Whats this about a 3 hole pattern on the disc for bindings? I have some K2 Cinch Bindings; I beleive there are 4 holes. Does this mean they wont work on this board?

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Every company has a disk that has a 3-hole pattern. This means that you can position the disk to fit a burton 3-hole disk.

I'm 6'3' 215 lb older intermediate rider.
I...

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I'm 6'3' 215 lb older intermediate rider.
I won't give up my old Flow bindings for anything.
Will they work ok with this board?

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Yes they will if your disks have a three-hole pattern. Look at the disk to make sure.

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even if they dont have a 3 hole pattern you can still make it work..but you just wont have all of them screwed in..i did it with an old pair of bidnings

Similar question: Is this a good beginner...

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Similar question: Is this a good beginner board for all mountain stuff in western NC? If so, what size is recommended for Size 11/11.5 foot, 200 pounder?

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The 157wide. Pretty much the same as the Forum Image. This board has cruise control with means the contact point are lifted up off the snow so it makes it just a little harder to catch your edge. Great fun.

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Bigfoot can be taught!

Went out four times with Burton's LTR rental board, decided I liked riding, and picked up a 164cm Bullet. I'm wearing size 12 Burton Moto boots, and the extra width on the Bullet made a huge difference this weekend! I'm catching fewer edges compared to the LTR board, and toe drag is gone with a 15/15 duck stance. Cruise Control is awesome, and the flex is just right for the all mountain riding I'm learning. The board felt great during two full days of riding on everything from mushy, rain-tamped snow to groomed ice the next morning, and everything in between. Can't wait to try it in pow.

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My first Burton = awesomeness

First let me say, I am a relatively big guy. I am 6' and between 210-215 lbs (depending on breakfast) w/ a size 12 foot. B/c of my foot size, I've had to deal w/ big boards. Boards that aren't as wide have forced my set up to be shifted more duck footed. B/c I'm hard on boards, I usually tear up the base quickly.

I have 08/09 Bullet at 160 and it’s held up pretty well so far. My feet fit w/o any drag. Front foot is more angled than the back but I'm still a bit duck footed. No big deal b/c big foot is used to it. The board's quick (good base material) and I'm able to get a lot of pop out of the tail. With normal effort, I can get a good 2' ollie off of the flats. I have a feeling that if your smaller you will struggle to get as much flex and spring. I ride in the northeast so mistakes coming off of jumps are less easily forgiven. The board absorbs most landings (that I don't totally blow myself) well. The board is a little heavier than my last board (Sims) but I am not a featherweight in the first place so I don't care. I'm still able to 'walk' w/ the board (i.e. bounce from tip to tip after strapping up to get to the slope). Despite riding across some fallen trees, the base is still holding together well w/o any major gouges.

The con is that the top of the board does get beat up pretty easily. I've got a bunch of scratches all over it already. That being said, keep in mind that it's not an antique at a museum. It's a snowboard intended to allow you to rip your way across Mother Nature’s most harsh and beautiful season. In other words, don't let a couple scratches, on the side of the board that doesn't matter, bother you.

All in all the board is smooth, fast, and, with the right kind of riding, provides a decent amount of spring. This is my first Burton after riding K2, Oxygen, Sims. Other than the old school Fatbob that was...well...fat and had a ridiculous amount of spring, this is probably my favorite board to date.

Even if this is the low end Burton, it's still a very high quality board. Enjoy the winter.

I'm 6'7" 220 lbs. I have never snowboarded...

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I'm 6'7" 220 lbs. I have never snowboarded before in my life. Haven't even been to the slopes. My boot size is a 15. I figure I need a wider board, so my toes don't drag in the turns. Will this board be good enough? I figure a 164cm is a must, but how would this board do? Any other reccomendations, other than this one? I'm kind of on a budget, so price is an issue as well.

Thanks!

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I ride an 08 Burton bullet so I'm familiar with how the board rides. I have no experience with the new edges but it seems that they would be a new advantage this model has on the previous years. Since you have never been boarding before i highly recommend this board. I began on mine two years ago and within my first season i went from the blue runs on the local hill, to enjoying the pow on the double blacks in British Columbia. Go for it.