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The nitrous-powered ride of choice for Freddi Kalbermatten, Kazu Kokubo, and Marko Grilic.

Loaded with Burton's top-end tech, the Custom X Snowboard features a traditional camber shape and a beefy flex that demands you ride it at high speed. The ridiculously lightweight Dragon Fly core and plenty of carbon help you boost higher and charge faster than any limp-tailed rocker board ever will.
  • Stainless-steel, corrosion-resistant Frostbite edges extend slightly out from the binding zones for bonus grip on firm snow
  • Vaporskin fiberglass tech slashes overall weight without sacrificing durability
  • Dragonfly wood core uses hundreds of separate laminations for insane pop and light weight
  • Lightning Bolts Hi-Voltage radiate carbon from binding zones to tip/tail for extra ollie power and edge control
  • The Channel mounting system allows infinite stance options and easy on-the-fly adjustments

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5 5

Love it

Great Board, turns amazing. I am a big guy ~ 260lb so it turns very easy for me, got it after my first season was worried it would be too much, but it isn't (probably due to me being 60 over the recommended weight). It responds very well to an agressive style but you can just cruse the groomers, which it destroys.

5 5

Dope Board

This board was great. We had very mixed conditions, ice, crud and even a bit of powder—this board handled them all. It has just enough flex to be forgiving, but it is stiff enough to bust through the crud and keep speed in the flats.

5 5

it's a rocket

Just like others have written here, the Custom X is a FAST board. I clocked it at over 55 MPH in Austria. It's pretty stiff and responds very sharply. It's def. not for beginners.It's perfect for flying down the mountain, piste or off piste.Great for big kickers.For buttering and other freestyle, you want a softer board.
I use it with Cartel bindings and the combo is super.

5 5

My New Favorite

My first new board in awhile and I couldn't be happier. This board is just fast. Great on edge feel and very quick edge to edge. If you like to fly down the mountain, this is your board.

4 5

Super stiff, good.

I agree with Dakka, this board isn't for everybody. If you like to ride fast, in deep snow, or chop, in trees, aggressive, then you will prolly like this board. It's no good in the park. Not built for it. Dakka basically hit it all in his review. This is my main board. It works for the type of riding I like to do. The ICS system is a plus. Very easy to use and great feel below your feet.

I'm 6'2" and i'm looking for a board that...

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I'm 6'2" and i'm looking for a board that will carve hard, be able to perform on the boarder X course, glades, bowls, drop cliffs, and anything else hardcore. Is this board in 164cm the one i'm looking for or is it too freestyle?

Best Answer Responded on

This is Burton's go any where and do anything board... It's ridden by more team members than any other board... This board excels at anything... This is what you want

Responded on

Tyler speaks the truth.

how do i join a league to do start and...

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how do i join a league to do start and begin the snowboard x .. i a talented snowboarder deticated to lear and try

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Look it up your local area. I would contact your local mountain to find out where they have races. I would also get this board to make sure you win those races. A great board for boardercross

5 5

Custom X

The Burton Custom X is not for the faint of heart. The board is amazing. I am a park rat through and through, but I have to say I loved this board.

If you love to mob down the hill and want to be in control, get your self this Custom X and ride with a continuous smile the whole day. Really, I rode Steamboat on this deck and straight-lined from top to bottom. The snow was no good, but this held an edge the whole way down. I laughed the whole time. It was great. We then took off to the out of bounds zone and it kept killing it.

The base is the cream of the crop. Fast as hell, absorbs wax and holds it for a while. The core is jam packed with new updated features like Lighting Bolts, and Carbon I-Beam. Both of these only heighten the responsiveness and feel of the board.

If you like stiff responsive boards, Then this is for you. It is the best with out breaking the bank. Premium high-end snowboard that doesn't feel like it is going to fall apart. I live in the park, but when the opportunity arises to take this board for a spin I never pass it up.

I love it.

5 5

Custom X

The Burton Custom X is not for the faint of heart. The board is amazing. I am a park rat through and through, but I have to say I loved this board.

If you love to mob down the hill and want to be in control, get your self this Custom X and ride with a continuous smile the whole day. Really, I rode Steamboat on this deck and straight-lined from top to bottom. The snow was no good, but this held an edge the whole way down. I laughed the whole time. It was great. We then took off to the out of bounds zone and it kept killing it.

The base is the cream of the crop. Fast as hell, absorbs wax and holds it for a while. The core is jam packed with new updated features like Lighting Bolts, and Carbon I-Beam. Both of these only heighten the responsiveness and feel of the board.

If you like stiff responsive boards, Then this is for you. It is the best with out breaking the bank. Premium high-end snowboard that doesn't feel like it is going to fall apart. I live in the park, but when the opportunity arises to take this board for a spin I never pass it up.

I love it.

3 5

Burtom Custom X- Elite Dinosaur

This board isn't for me. Maybe it's "too much" board for me as I like a more playful board. Fully realizing this, I cannot slander/libel anything that's good even though it's not for me.

I've spent the last few seasons on rockered boards and don't see myself going back to camber. But if rocker has got you frowning and you demand a board that's lively, stiff and pissed- the Custom X is for you.

It has all of Burton's high end features worth mentioning before the price gets too orbital (save the T7) for no real reason (Method, vapor).

But this thing will eat the mountain alive like an angry triceratops if you let it.

I gave it 3 stars because I do not consider it to be an all 'rounder as it can't really butter or press or be playful like some of Burton's other boards. Thus, not being a 'quiver' board. And these days, I'm shying away from boards that are only good for a specific purpose.

But if you're going out on hikes, building jumps and hitting huge features with no mellow days or mini-shred inbetween, then go ahead and buy one ONLY if feel confident in such an aggressive board 100% of the time.

In choppy snow, tight trees and racing to the powder, you leave everyone else in the dust.

Also, this isn't a board that needs to be replaced year after year, it is built to last.

Glad I could clear that up. Commence your hating...

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I have owned and ridden the 164Custom X-wide for two years now. Love it so much! I came from hardboots and this is my first all mounain twin-tip board. With burton's stiff boots this gea can carve hard - if you setup the bindings on the tracks that way. Find yourself staring down a long narrow chute thru the trees (like I did by mistake one day!)?, just rearch into ur pocket and grab the DaKine ratchet screwdriver - loosen and slide the bindings wide and angle them duck and drop in. I stay out of parks and pipes - too icy for my liking! For my one board do-all travel fun insurance at 190lbs., Burton 164 Custom x-wide was my choice and no buyers remorse here! Even has my wife thinking of putting on the soft boots now...

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I have owned and ridden the 164 Custom X-wide since it came out with the est track - for two years now? Love it so much! I came from hardboots and this is my first all mountain twin-tip board. With Burton's stiff boots and the right bindings, this gear can carve hard - if you setup the non-est bindings on the tracks that way. Est bindings limit angles to 20 degrees or so. One morning found myself staring down a long narrow chute thru the trees (by mistake one day, jumped on wrong lift!)?, just reach into ur pocket and grab the DaKine ratchet screwdriver - loosen and slide the bindings wide and angle them duck and drop in. I stay out of parks and pipes - too icy for my liking! For my one board do-all travel fun insurance for me at 190lbs., Burton 164 Custom x-wide was my choice and no buyers remorse here! Even has my wife thinking of putting on the soft boots now...

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which version do you like best - haha

3 5

Burtom Custom X- Elite Dinosaur

This board isn't for me. Maybe it's "too much" board for me as I like a more playful board. Fully realizing this, I cannot slander/libel anything that's good even though it's not for me.

I've spent the last few seasons on rockered boards and don't see myself going back to camber. But if rocker has got you frowning and you demand a board that's lively, stiff and pissed- the Custom X is for you.

It has all of Burton's high end features worth mentioning before the price gets too orbital (save the T7) for no real reason (Method, vapor).

But this thing will eat the mountain alive like an angry triceratops if you let it.

I gave it 3 stars because I do not consider it to be an all 'rounder as it can't really butter or press or be playful like some of Burton's other boards. Thus, not being a 'quiver' board. And these days, I'm shying away from boards that are only good for a specific purpose.

But if you're going out on hikes, building jumps and hitting huge features with no mellow days or mini-shred inbetween, then go ahead and buy one ONLY if feel confident in such an aggressive board 100% of the time.

In choppy snow, tight trees and racing to the powder, you leave everyone else in the dust.

Also, this isn't a board that needs to be replaced year after year, it is built to last.

Glad I could clear that up. Commence your hating...

Does anyone know when the Custom X Wide...

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Does anyone know when the Custom X Wide boards for 2011 will be coming in?

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They should be in any day now. 2011 product is coming in day by day. By the end of the month all 2011 product should be up and ready to buy.