Ride the Burton Dominant Snowboard and the terrain park will grovel at your feet.
All obstacles fall at the feet of the Burton Dominant Snowboard. Life-or-death street rails, massive booters, and icy pipe walls bow down to this freestyle juggernaut. With its lightweight Park Fly wood core, the Dominant Snowboard has explosive pop and a forgiving flex so you can ride away clean if you come up a little short. Burton built this freestyle jibstick with Dualzone EGD construction for precision edge hold in icy pipes, a directional flex pattern for high-speed control, and burly 10:45 sidewalls for multi-season durability. The Slick version of the Dominant Snowboard has continuous recessed edges for catch-free sliding on rails and ledges. *Available for US Shipment Only.
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I got this board for my husband as a birthday gift. He loves it!!! He cannot wait for winter so he can finally try it out. I heard a lot of good stuff about this particular board(flexible). Name itself says a lot. Thank you!
This board is probably the best choice for the park and groomers.
But this board wasn't built or even designed to take cliff drops, gaps to rails and big mountain. Its a jib board. It has only two layers of fiberglass, making it lively but not strong enough for those thing.
Buy this board if you plan to stay in the park or groomers.
It is one of the best most comfortable boards you can find. And the nose and tail width is perfect for jibs.
You won't be disappointed you you use it as it was made. =]
The burton Dominant is a super sick board and spins like a dream. although if you want to go out and carve some pow this is not the board for you.
this board is sick in the park and on the trails, it sides very nice on rails and flies over jumps and it rides nice down trails, this board has held up real good for me and i plan to have it for a while
okay, first things first...this is NOT a powder board! thats why it didnt work well forya, if your looking for a powder board for your backcountry riding than i would suggest the Burton fish, its got a wider nose so you float on top of the snow. The burton dominant is stricktly for park! note the edges and how the rail is about an inch and a half into the base, so if your looking for a carving board this is not the one you should choose. also if you are looking for an all around board this will NOT suit your needs, if you have this board i would expect that you have at least one other board for other riding and to make sure that this board is only ridden in the park.
To the tard who snapped his nose and tale riding powder with a Burton dominant: The Burton Dominant is strictly a park board. It should UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES be ridden in the powder. I am glad that u broke ur nose and tale and i hope all ur dreams never come true. :]
my first experience on the dominant was a thriller to say the least. Shreddin it up on fresh powder n hittin the rails was a blast. It had a little bit of drag when I was doing sharp turns though. Haven't snapped the nose yet so *knock on wood* hehe, but overall a very excellent board and I would recommend it to anyone who loves to shred it up on park.
This is the best board I have ever used...great flex, super light, great on rails, and makes my backflip so much easier.
I cracked the tail on my 156 dominant on the second day. I got a new one through Zumiez because they thought it was a defective core but then I literally snapped the nose on the second at a 90 degree angle dropping off a cliff into powder. Don't take this the wrong way the dominant is the lighest, most flickable board I have ridden for park. The only problom is if you ride powder and big backcountry hits it will snap. Too bad, I know :( But I bought a Rome Agent and it's everything and more!
Snapped the tail 2nd day riding it, wasnt happy, I did get the warranty though, and I is such a sik board to ride for the 1 and a quarter days I rode it.
What happened to the old graphics? I think the old graphics for the Dominant were soooo much bettr then what it is now. Should have kept the bottom of the board and gave the top some new flare but that's what I would do.
This board rode great!!! That is until I broke it.
This is a good board. Although I snapped the tail on it the first or second day riding it. But I ride really hard.