Your fellow park rats will love to hate you.
- Zero camber shape makes difficult to catch and edge while butters, presses, and reverts become easier to master
- Flat SK8 Kicks shape is exclusive to the Hate and helps you slay rails, butters, presses and ledges
- Negative Core Profile is thinner in between the bindings allowing for softer flex and excels in the park, pipe, and powder
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i've got a size 10 boot and i way in at...
i've got a size 10 boot and i way in at 135. i'm leaning towards the 148 but i'm worried about toe drag..
also, would a 148 be able to handle big tables or should i get a 152.
trying to decide between this and the youngblood.
thanks a bunch
Because of the your foot size, go with the 152. you don't weigh that much, but your feet are too big for the 148. The hate is going to be super soft. The youngblood will give you more pop and snap, if you just want to jib in the street, go with the hate. If you liek to mess around in the park and street go with the yougblood.
well i would go with the young blood in the 148 if i were u but i dont really like burton that much but u should be good on either one as far as toe and heal drag go. as far as the tables u should be ok for tables on the 148 if u are used to riding a bigger board it might take a day or two too get used to the size. IN SHORT go 148 in either board and u will be happy with ur choice
Forget the hater below... Either board will stoke you out! I would agree with Lyman -- 152 to avoid the drag... the 148 waist is a bid too narrow. And Lyman is on point with the flexes.
i am 5,5 weigh about 125 and have a size...
i am 5,5 weigh about 125 and have a size ten boot im planning to grow over the summer what board should i get?
The hate is really soft. It is great for rails. It lets you get your press on for sure. A great soft jib board.
what size board should i get?
what size board should i get?
im about 135lbs, and 5' 11". im thinking around the 155 or 157. what one should i get?
The 152 if this is going to be your only board. If it is going to be your urban board only, you could run the 148.
Yeah you could definitely rock the 148,
The weight limit on it is 140lbs / 63 kg
based on the chart on their website.
Weight is a bigger factor than height when sizing.
hey is this board like supreme legit? cause...
hey is this board like supreme legit? cause i usually hate burtons cause theyre so heavy. i have a technine right now and its pretty light and pretty flexy, its the mass appeal, so anybody wana compare the 2?
The Hate board is one of the most enjoyed boards in the Buton line. It is super lightwieght and wtih a great flex pattern and it also has lots of pop.
can any1 here compare this board to...
can any1 here compare this board to the Burton Clash. I road the clash last year as rental (Lucky me, all the rentals were out, so I got a new clash). It wanted to buy the Clash last week but the store manager told me the hate would be better for jumps, rails and butters...
Any1 here road the 2 boards? Would love to hear your opinion.
The clash is more of a beginner style board.I have ridden them all!
GO WITH THE HATE over the clash for sure!!!!!! hands down! this board will stoke you out!
the reviews are accurate!
did you notice any very good points to the hate?
I mean something you found better with the hate then with other boards, like pop, stability, ... ?
Does this board have v rocker and does it...
Does this board have v rocker and does it have good pop?
zero camber broseph, no v-rocker on the Hate.
there is a version of this board with v-rocker, some call it the limited edition, some call it the winter model. either way it's got the v-rocker. good luck finding it. i got mine at the local shop.
So what is the shape of this board to be...
So what is the shape of this board to be exact?
I realize it's zero camber.
Is it flat between the bindings and it kicks up past the inserts like Capita's Flat kick,Rome's 1985, or Ride's low rize?
It zero camber... so its flat between the bindings and out toward the edges. It does not rocker up at all.
Zero Camber not only makes your board easier to press, butter, and revert, but less likely to catch an edge and give you a bloody lip on take-offs and landings.
The overall freedom youll feel is a lot like loosening the trucks on your skateboard and perfect as a jib-focused board.
Zero camber is not as loose feeling as a rockered board... Still holds and edge!
There is a winter delivery "hate" board that is also available in a v-rocker should you want a slightly lil' looser feel.
it's not advertised here but this board has 2 variations of style, theres the zero camber and then the v-rocker edition. as far as i know the v-rocker is the flat black model and the one featured here is the zero-camber. i have the v-rocker and ive ridden it once this season and i love it, i give the feel more than a 2, closer to a 5. mid soft flex is pretty forgiving but stiff enough to stick landings without getting squirrelly. id compare this to the love without the ics and not as much flex. overall sick board. if you can get your hands on the ltd edition graphics do it!
Anyone know what the actual flex is on the...
Anyone know what the actual flex is on the board?
Burton actual feel rating is a "2" on it... I would say its soft to medium flexing... feels like a 3-4 to me.
burton says this is a 2 but ive come to notice that this is more of a price rating than a feel rating. the clash gets a 1 while the vapor gets a 9 or 10. of course theyre not going to give the "lower end" board a high rating, because then noone would buy the 1500 dollar vapor. give credit to burton though, this board doesnt have as much feel as the vapor but deff. more than a 2. like ryan says, closer to a 4.
Anyone know if this board will perform...
Anyone know if this board will perform well on jumps?
Well, it is good for freestyle so i would think it would perform on the jumps.
For sure... Its a medium to soft flexing board with camber. Camber stomps landings! It will perform well on jumps, but does not have the ultra aggresive power of a stiff board. However, if you buy an ultra stiff board, you will not be stoked on how it performs on flat lands tricks or jibs (rails, boxes, etc.)
Unless you are hitting jumps that are over 50-60 foot, I think you will be more than happy with this boards performance on jumps! ... and you will be wicked-stoked on how this thing jibs and rides rails!