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Just picked up this board (about ~131 to...
Just picked up this board (about ~131 to ~133) for my 11-year old son at a ski swap, and it's in really good shape given it's age. I'm trying to figure out if I can at least get two seasons out of the board (this one and next) before he grows out of it. I thought board length was tied more to his height but from reading other posts for this board weight seems to be a significant factor too. He's currently 5'0" and 78 lbs, will likely grow another few 3"-4" in the next year but put on no more than 5 lbs. His skill level is between beginner and intermediate.
This is awesome for him!!!!!!!! For the last two seasons i rode a 09 burton custom 140cm and im 14 i am glad to see someone else is gong to enjoy this board
how come someone 5'1 100 pounds can ride...
how come someone 5'1 100 pounds can ride a 131 board but someone 4'11 100 pounds can ride a 140?
They should/could theoretically be riding the same size board as weight is the primary determining factor. experience, strength, etc. are also a factor and a shorter board will be easier for beginners to handle initially.
Hi....My son just purchased this board in...
Hi....My son just purchased this board in a 145W and we are wondering (in hindsight) if his current K2 A-Team bindings are compatible with the Burton 3D pattern that this board has. Thanks so much!
yes they are compatible :-) just use the 4 holes on the left and right...And in foresight his board will be compatible with any type of bindings except Burton EST bindings
i got this board in a 131, im 5'1 and 100...
i got this board in a 131, im 5'1 and 100 punds is it to small?
Not at all, its actually a little on the big size. Good though because then you can grow into it and it will last you a few years.
Should be fine, like Andrew said above, you'll grow into it before you know it.
Hello, I'd like to buy my son a this board...
Hello, I'd like to buy my son a this board (135) for his birthday. Since the end of the 09' season is near, i'd like to get him something that would be the right size next year - he's growing fast. Currently 4'7" and 75 pounds. Rides mostly Blue runs, some black, and progression parks. Is this the right size/board?
hmmmm, im not sure how fast hed grow but a 135 would give him room to grow 35 pounds, hes right on the bottom line of the weight range for the 135...so it probaly be perfect for him, and this is a very good board for that kind of riding
Hi I am 11 years old and I am 145cm tall....
Hi I am 11 years old and I am 145cm tall. Would this board be good for me and how big should the board be. I started snowboarding last year and i am good.
this board is great for your skill level, and judging by your height i would say 131
Hey I am 13 i just got this board and i love it it would be a great board for you def. if its a starter i would say a 133 or 135 cm
dude, ya. im 13, got it in oct, 2008. gr8 board. definatly get it
Hi, i'm about 100 lbs, and am 5' 11'', i...
Hi, i'm about 100 lbs, and am 5' 11'', i currently have a 140 board, but am thinking of getting the 135 as my 140 is quite old, would the 135 be too small for me?
oops, i meant to say 4'11 - SORRY!!!
OH!...now that makes things much differnet, i say 140
Im a begginer my price range for a kids...
Im a begginer my price range for a kids board is 200, I can do green trails preety well is it a good idea to get a choper or should I get a more advanced board so if i get better i wont have to get a more expensive board. Burton Please 125-135cm
this is perfect for what you are looking for...its an all around board that can handle almost anything you throw at it, but is not too hard for you to learn on
Write your question here...My son is 5'...
Write your question here...My son is 5' and 110 lbs. He is 11 years old and really likes this board..is this a choice for him ??
yes, this board will last him a few years and give him some room to grow into it...go for the 135
im 4ft11 and weigh 85 pounds. i want a...
im 4ft11 and weigh 85 pounds. i want a board that will last at least 2 years. will a 140 be good for me?
yep, you are right in the 140 weight range...and it will do you good for the next two years because a 140 board will give you room to grow 35 pounds
I am 6'1, 225lb. I currently ride a 162...
I am 6'1, 225lb. I currently ride a 162 burton king and feel that I can use a more flexible and perhaps slightly longer board which I assume should help me turn/slow down faster and exert less energy. (right/wrong?). From what I am reading Custom wide sounds like a good board for me. Should I be going with a 167? Are there other boards that I should consider? I mainly carve with an occasional adventure into the moguls to entertain skier friends.
just so you know you asked this question on the kids cutsom page haha...but that aside, a shorter board with softer flex will help you exert less energy, the board will "give" a little more and you will have less board to kick around...and the custom will be great for you because it is a very versatile board
i want to know if i should get a 140 or a...
i want to know if i should get a 140 or a 145W cause my foot is an 8 and i am 5"4 105
Im 5ft and weigh 95lbs i want growin room...
Im 5ft and weigh 95lbs i want growin room will the 140 be to small
The 140 is a good size for you, you are right at the bottom for that size.
continued... the park
also. in the park, it is perfect on boxes, rails, jumps, etc. it is the all around best board out there
HI: I'M LOOKING AT BOARDS FOR MY DAUGHTER....
HI: I'M LOOKING AT BOARDS FOR MY DAUGHTER. SHE NEEDS A 120 TO 125 (NEXT YEAR A 120 WILL BE AT HER MOUTH AND A 125 WILL BE AT HER NOSE). SHE IS NOW SKIDDING LESS AND LESS, AND CARVING MORE. SHE LIKES THE SLOPES BUT AVOIDS THE PARKS. I'M LIKING THE FEELGOOD AND CUSTOM, BUT DON'T KNOW WHICH ONE IS BETTER FOR HER TYPE OF BOARDING?? CAN YOU ALSO RECOMMEND A GOOD BINDING AND BOOT(SIZE 3 YOUTH)TO GO WITH THAT BOARD. THANKS LANE
The Feelgood is the female version of the Custom. It's a bit softer. I would suggest a 125 Feelgood. The extra length is perfect for carving. As far as boots go, the best one is the one that fits well. Sounds obvious, but she should try several models on. Boots are the one item you don't want to skimp on at any age.
this board is great. its great for everything i ride. and i ride park, powder, tree lines, warm conditions, everything. its stable in the air at high speeds. this board to me is all about control. it does whatever i want it to do. A+ for burton.
She loved it!
I bought this board for my niece, who is learning to snowboard and she loved the design. She has tried this board out and says the board is pretty easy to use. Her boyfriend thought it was a great board and he couldn't believe the price! Thanks Gear Experts! Very pleased!
I bought this for my 8yr old after having owned the custom. He rides the 120cm and had a blast. This board has improved his performance and is very high end for the price. Very forgiving board. Smooth'like butter'for 180's, nose press and terrain features.
Don't pass it up.
best board i have ever seen
I got it at zumiez, actually, but it is the bust purchase my parents ever made. on the hill, it doesn't scratch up, its just the right flexibility, and if there is a bump or cut in the hill, it slides over it like its on butter. stops easily, turns great. safer than a beginner board. if u can, get this board right away. u'll never want to unstrap a binding once its on