You'd take a bullet for the Bullet.
Built for big-footers looking to push their limits, the Burton Bullet Wide Snowboard makes it easier than ever to get better at snowboarding. With an EZ-V rocker shape and Cruise Control edge tune designed to all but eliminate those painful edge-catch slams, the Bullet turns the snowboard learning curve into a, uh, learning trapezoid or something.
- Subtle EZ V rocker shape lifts the board's contact points out of the snow for smooth, easy turn initiation and fewer catastrophic edge hangups
- Cruise Control edge tune is loose and forgiving in between turns, and reliably solid when put on edge
- Durable, tip-to-tail wood Fly core delivers seasons of progressive fun
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hey im a beginner rider, i have read a few...
hey im a beginner rider, i have read a few reviews and wanted to know is this board only for "big foot" riders im a size 10, 82kg and 6ft. dog funk only has the bullet in 157cm is this suitable for mwa???
With a size 10 boot, you'd be better off on a little narrower of a board most likely. You could still ride it but it would be a little less responsive. If a board is much to wide for you it will be harder to turn, stop, etc.
this board is a go to for spring mtn riding, its price to quality matchup is beyond expectations, takes rocks like a champ and the snap of this deck will launch you into space...Right for the price
what are my binding options for this board?...
what are my binding options for this board? I want to keep it as economical as possible.
Great beginner board
I purchased this board back in 8th grade when I was just starting out at boarding. Since then I have moved on to the GNU CHB 161w, and the Burton Custom X 162w. Burton doesn't fail at making great boards. This board handled well. Worked well in the powder, off jumps, etc. I actually sold it to my friend 3 or 4 years ago and he's still using it. It is great for people with monsterous feet. I recommend buying this board for beginner-intermediate level.