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Classic freestyle performance and enough girth for your big footprints.

The Burton Custom Wide Snowboard allows big footed riders to enjoy the legendary performance that ushered in the all-mountain freestyle era. Lace up your size 12s and saddle up the Custom to rip from powder to park to pipe to your favorite city rails. The Sintered Vision WFO base helps you get up to speed quickly, so you can get in plenty of momentum to clear a massive backcountry gap. *We have no control over which board color you receive, but they all rock. **DISCONTINUED**

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Can i use my Flow bindings with this...

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Can i use my Flow bindings with this board?

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Write your answer here...Yup

Would a 162 of this board be good for me...

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Would a 162 of this board be good for me if I am 6'1, 190 pds, 13 size foot, intermediate and prefer to ride powder, fast, some trees and little park?

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thats a toss up! a 162 will actually be a little bit big, but it will be very fast and stable...might not be nimble enough for trees or park tho....now the 157 will be nice and manuverable. but lack in speed and stability

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I'm about the same build as you are, with a 12 boot, and I ride a 162 all-mtn pow stick and it feels fine for me. The only reason I don't take it in the park is because it's "pow-specific" and I don't want to obliterate the base. Other than that, it's fine in powder and great all-mtn.

So I'll say 162 is good for pow and speed, maybe a tad long for park.

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I think the 162 would be great! Directional for speed and maneuverability in the trees and still a totally capable board in the park. Sounds like Park is the least of your concerns so go with a board that will excel other places but still be alright to dip into the park AFTER your tree run!

What board do you think is best for a rider...

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What board do you think is best for a rider that is intermidiate at the end of this season. is the custom good for me or is it good for rails?dont need expert answer, just an answer

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its not made for rails specifically but it can definitly do them. this is an all mountian board that is a little on the softer side, perfect for an intermediate rider

can you send this board to me in iran?

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can you send this board to me in iran?

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no shipping burton outside of United States

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this board is just awesome at everything all over the mountain, if you only want one board,this is the one

If I am 6'4 but only way 160 lbs but have...

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If I am 6'4 but only way 160 lbs but have a boot size of 12 will the 162cm wide fit me, and also how is this board with jumps and rails.

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It will absolutely fit. And this board will be fine with jumps and rails, especially jumps. It might be a tad to stiff for rails and its a little big for jibbing as well. What this board really shines at is all-mountain freestyle. You can ride this board all of over the mountain and have perma-smile

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this board is nuts...if u can afford it

this board is off the hook it looks so pimp all around u can get all the hoes with this board lol but no seriously this board is tight real good pop very flexy i got the burton P 1's and its a crazy set up its fits good and they are both super flex so its good for a all mtn board so dont think about it and just get it....especially with the P 1's

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Love it

I'm fairly new to snowboarding and I stick to the all-mountain stuff so I don't know the ins-and-outs and all the technical specs of varying board brands, but my 167 Custom wide fits my 6'4", size 14-boot-wearing frame perfectly. It holds an edge very well and I'm very pleased with the overall performance. It's durable, lightweight, stable, and responsive yet still stiff. The only con for me is the fact that top scratches fairly easily but I don't know if that is indicative of the model or of all snowboards in general.