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Jeremy’s board. What more do you want?

Jeremy Jones has been at the head of the freestyle scene for years, so it’s no wonder the Burton Jeremy Snowboard packs in all the performance you need for a serious session. Whether you’re getting after it in the city or hitting a massive backcountry booter, this twin-tip board handles it with ease.
  • Directional flex for better all-mountain performance
  • Carbon I-Bean reinforcements give you extra pop at the lip
  • Pro Tip construction reduces swing weight to make spins easier
  • Medium flex for all-mountain versatility
  • Sintered base ensures serious speed for your in-run
  • Channel binding connection works with EST and 3D bindings

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how jib focused is the 151 i've heard that...

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how jib focused is the 151 i've heard that they get softer and more playful as the sizes go down, and how well would it work for me 5,6 120 lbs. trying to get a park board that can also handle the occasional cruising run or pow day.

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Just because a board is smaller doesn't necessarily mean it is softer. The boards are made the same throughout the size runs. This year's Jeremy has a great flex, perfect for rails and jumps especially if you are checking out the 151. Because the board has the channel system, adjusting your stance back for a pow day is really easy and fast to do. You will love this deck for sure.

If i wear a size 11 boot is this board...

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If i wear a size 11 boot is this board wide enough?

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The jeremy is a mid-wide deck, if your boots have some sort of shrinkage technology ( a boot size that is build on a size smaller outsole) Regardless, run this board, you will be stoked on it for sure.

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Nice Choice

This board is awsome for everything on the mountain, jib,rails,small-huge kickers, and high speed pow runs. Do yourself a favor and pick this board up, I did and I'm loving every run I take it on. Oh ya and the channel system kicks @$$...

is this a good board for park?

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is this a good board for park?

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Hell yeah it is!!!!

Jeremy is a urban, rail, big mountain, park, jib... That dude rides everything, and really flipping well!

This board has a mid-wide waist width, a mellower soft flex, but a super deep sidecut. Its camber, it rails, it performs!!!

It will for sure be an amazing board in any condition you throw its way... and that includes PARK!

Go shred it!

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recommended for pipe.

Great pipe and mountain board, wouldn't recommend for someone looking for a board with alota flex but its got awesome pop.

So ive read that the 159 doesn't have any...

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So ive read that the 159 doesn't have any camber, but its not rockered. I rode the Hero last year a lot, used it for jib days and instructing...but always had the trusty supermodel x for the deep days. The supermodel x is done, now on the wall. So im looking to find a one quiver board. Now to my question....is this thing going to translate to a similar ride to the v-rocker? The Hero is a noodle, looking for something that is a bit stiffer but will still butter like a fool. Anyone have any insight? Thanks

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It is a flat camber board with a mid-wide waist width. It will for sure excel in POW and jumping. Jeremy rides his 159 for just that. If on an urban assault mission or resort day, he handles the 151, or 156.

You may also want to check out the Joystick and/or Custom V... both are rockered and much stiffer than the Hero.

http://www.backcountry.com/outdoorgear/Burton-Joystick-Snowboard/BUR3190M.html

http://www.backcountry.com/outdoorgear/Burton-Joystick-Snowboard-Wide/BUR3191M.html

http://www.backcountry.com/outdoorgear/Burton-Custom-V-Rocker-Snowboard/BUR3188M.html

I ride a 157 joystick for pretty much everything. Jumps, POW under 2 foot, Rails, pipe... It has a super deep side-cut, a mid-wide waist width and ollies like a champ (as you know, ollie-ing a rocker takes a lil getting used to)

Jeremy's board is similar to a joystick in that they are both mid-wides with deep sidecut. They differ in the rocker. Kids that Ride Jeremy's board swear buy it!!! so, I don't think you could go wrong. I hear you on the one board versatility. Send, it, you'll be stoked!

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how much this weight?

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how much this weight?

By: navid

Unanswered Question

how much this weight?

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how much this weight?