Rocks your all-mountain world.
- V-Rocker uses a center rocker and rockers in front of your to disengage tip and tail contact points for minimal catch and max pop
- Lightning Bolts and Carbon I-Beam lines extend outward from middle to edge for seamless energy transfer and a boost in control, response, and grip
- Soft flex (Burton�s 3 rating) and slightly wide shape for park rides
- Pro tip tapers the thickness of the tip and tail to reduce swing weight and boost flex
- Directional flex increases pop in tail and boosts nose resiliency in changing conditions
- Superfly II Core with Dualzone EGD and negative profile adds strong, light wood in specific areas and places wood grain along toe and heel edges for strength
- The Channel focuses power through a central spine that works with Burton�s 3D and EST bindings
- Sintered n2o WFO base uses 50% recycled content
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Perfect~ Im gonna to have the Burton...
Perfect~ Im gonna to have the Burton Feelgood V rocker 144 deck..
Thank you for your helpful answer.
Would you recommend which bindings and boots would fit the Burton Feelgood V rocker 144, please? which would be the best?
My shoes size is 6, then should I buy same size for snowboard boots?
and what size of binding should I buy?
Thank you again for your help! ^-^b
i like the ride controband bindings the best for any board and a size small bindings and ya a size 6 or 7 boot is good
Definitely go with an EST binding!!! after all, half the point of getting the channel board is getting the unparalled flex and feel of that 'no material underfoot'. you wouldn't want to restrict the boards flex by dropping a binding on it with extra material underfoot.
I would suggest the lexa EST in medium. (medium fits size 6-8 and will be a perfect fit) EST BEING THE KEY THING TO LOOK FOR! (extra sensory technology -- it just feels so so good :)
Boots go with something comfortable like a sapphire or emerald. (fit them true to size so a six should be golden.
Hi~ My height is 5.3 and my weight is...
Hi~ My height is 5.3 and my weight is 110.
Am I fit for the Burton Feelgood V-Rocker 144 size?
Is it too long for me?
Nope, the 144 should be just perfect fot you. A lot of the time its easier to have a little bigger of a deck so that you have that comfort of being secure and stable. Too big of a deck is another story. But for your weight, because height really doesn't matter, it should be perfect. Also with the rocker tech, it allows you to have a shorter deck that rides like a longer one. Hope this helped :)
love this board
I love this board. It's great on my hometown mountain that's mostly steep hard groomed runs. Holds an edge very well. I also love it back home in all the powder. I'm glad I chose this board.
I recently purchased a Feelgood V-Rocker 151 and I love it!! I have ridden on it two times.
It is really awesome for tree riding, and does especially well in powder conditions. I have heard a lot of people say that it is not very good if you are looking for speed on groomed runs, and that it can be sketchy if that's what you like to do.
Carves like a dream. I am very satisfied with my purchase. I have not yet purchased EST bindings yet, and have Escapades on it, and it still works very well.
I love this board!! I fell in love with it after I demoed it at our local ski hill. It's very responsive in all kinds of conditions. I combined my board with Burton Lexa EST binding - the 2 together are very light (my last board was very heavy)!
Doing a grab on my new Burton Feelgood V-Rocker
I've nicknamed her Nemo
Burton Feelgood Rocker
Demoed this board and LOVED it. Thinking I need to add it to my board collection. This board performed great in every condition it was ridden - new snow, slush, park, and pipe. Definitely worth getting.
Burton Feelgood V-Rocker
ABSOLUTELY love this board has tremendously helped me improve my snowboarding ability and is just so much fun to ride. You glide down the hill and I never caught my edge once. I definitely recommend this board if you are a beginner to intermediate rider looking to greatly improve, makes such a difference!
Hi, which binding would fit a 144 board?...
Hi, which binding would fit a 144 board? I have a pair of size 5.5 women's burton boots. I was thinking the escapade. And it has be be an EST binding right?
You should get a Small pair of bindings and the escapades are an insane choice!
However, you do not need EST bindings... and Burton Disk Binding or forum disk binding will work as well!!
But trust me, the benefits you get out of EST with flex and feel are well worth the few extra bucks!!!
This board is the jam
The Feelgood V-Rocker Kills it!!! This board tears it up all over the hill. Really nice edge hold for all mountain riding and jumps but still soft and enough for rails and boxes. Also the Feelgood V- Rocker is so nice for doing presses. All and all a super versatile board that is great if you only have one board for the whole season or just want to add another great board to your quiver.