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Like an on-hill invincibility cheat.

The Burton Joystick Snowboard keeps you shredding hard and in control through slushy parks, blower pow stashes, and into the coveted eighth-level warp zone. The near-twin V-Rocker shape, forgiving feel, and springy flex help you destroy the entire mountain with the force of 400 video-game nerds' sexual frustrations.
  • Super Fly II Core blends multiple woods for increased snap and lighter weight
  • V-Rocker lifts your contact points off the ground for catch-free landings and insane float in powder
  • Jumper Cables High Voltage extend carbon from binding areas to tip/tail for improved ollie power
  • Infinite Ride construction breaks-in fiberglass at the factory for a consistent out-of-the-box ride that lasts
  • Frostbite Edges extend slightly under your bindings for improved grip in all snow conditions
  • 10:45 Sidewalls absorb impact to resist edge blowouts
  • The Channel mounting system improves board feel and offers infinite stance options with EST or 3D bindings

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I'm heavier than most people here: I'm...

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I'm heavier than most people here: I'm 5'8" and 205-210 with a pretty athletic build and I was wondering if I should stick with 161cm or get away with a 157cm for all-mountain riding?

I usually ride a 160cm when I rent (this is my first board purchase) and it seems to do pretty nice for me. I don't want to go with a 157cm and be too heavy for it. Any help is appreciated, thanks!

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I think the 157 is a bit too small for you. Go with a 160, it will be a better size for sure.

Yo, i need a solid opinion. Should i be...

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Yo, i need a solid opinion. Should i be concerned about toe drag with the regular version of the joystick? Or switch over to riding a wide? My boot size is 11 and i'll be fitting it with large mission est's.

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You should be ok with an 11, but if you really are worried, then get the wide. If you duck your feet out, this should eliminate your toe drag though. It is all about your board preference though.

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Stoked!

This is my first rocker board and I wasn't sure what to expect...I will never ride a camber board again. The Joystick is everything I could ask for in a board..lose and playful in the park with tons of pop when ollieing and off hits, but still great edge hold on the rest of the mountain. It did seem a little washy on groomers at first but once I got used to the ride you can make the edge with plenty of confidence (its not a camber lock down feel) but the floaty edge to edge and catch free feeling is worth the trade for me...The new all mtn destroyer??

Hi, I'm looking to get the Joystick and...

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Hi, I'm looking to get the Joystick and was wondering what size is best for me. I am 5'9" 140lbs. I'm looking to start learning some beginner tricks like buttering.

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Run the 150. This is the size for you for sure. The board has a great flex and good feel. You will be stoked on how it rides. A great board to progress on as well.

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I would agree on the 150, just seconding the first response.

I was thinking about getting this board...

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I was thinking about getting this board and was wondering if the Flow Quattro -SE bindings would fit this board?

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Flow does make a two hole disk, so yes those bindings will fit.

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Now am i goin to have to buy this disk separate or will it come with the bindings?

hey I ride a 2009 custom 156 now,and am...

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hey I ride a 2009 custom 156 now,and am considering going v-rocker for my next board. Im about 5'11 and 165 lbs and although it does great, the custom (camber) is a little bit of work in the pow. Im wondering if the 157 in the joystick might be good jam for me as i consider my next possible deck.

-thanks

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For sure, the 157 will kill it in the park/pow/all mountain. The Joystick is a really fun board. Great flex, with a great shape. You will be stoked on they way it preforms where ever you need it too.

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Okay thanks! I just want something that'll def kill it in powder for sure, but will have similar versatility in most areas as my custom. Hopefully they'll still have some 157's in this when it's actually time to buy one haha ;)

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Fun board but..

I got the 2010 joystick on sale. Always wanted to know what it's like to ride a rocker board. Overall the Joystick is a fun to ride and playful board but in icy conditions, it doesn't hold it's edge. My other board is an Arbor Elements. It's edge hold is phenomenal in all conditions and speed. If you like speed and carving, Joystick doesn't hold up to it. Otherwise it's a very nice board to ride.

4 5

Good board, more park than freeride though

I hired this board, the '09 version, last year at Jackson hole for a day. Burton puts it in the "all Mountain board" category. I would say it's more of a park board. Don't get me wrong. I hiked cody bowl in this thing and dropped "no shadows" with no problems, just wish I had taken more of a freeride board that day. When we got to the bottom of the hobacks, I thought that's it, let's hit the park and some jumps which is where I really enjoyed this board, much more than the backcountry. It felt the same switch as natural. It's real skatey with nice flex.

I have since bought a burton love, and I think these boards are very similar despite burton saying the joystick as an "all-mountain board" and the joystick is a park board.

Not sure how the 2010 differs from the '09 but if you are looking for a board more the "park" end of freeride than "backcountry" this maybe for you. If you want more freeride then I would lean towards the burton custom. I have the '08 version and it is a solid all-mountain board.

Good board, more park than freeride though
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B Joystick

This board is legit. Compared to other rocker boards, the Joystick is stocked with tech features- putting this board at the high end of the rocker board spectrum. The edge hold is super impressive (frost bite edges at work??) at all speeds...on and off groomers. One thing to be aware of, is how stiff this board is. I was expecting a mid-stiff board (this was my powder quiver)...but it feels super stiff to me. Not necessarily a good or bad thing, just something to note.

not sure which size board to get? will be...

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not sure which size board to get? will be spending more time on the mtn rather than park, i'm 5'7' 135lb, i wear a size 8 boot. any help would be appreciated!

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The 150 will be a great board for you. That is the best size. You'll be able to rip anywhere on the mountain with that board.

Hey im looking to buy my first board as...

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Hey im looking to buy my first board as im off to canada to work and go snowboarding, ive only snowboarded for about 2 weeks and im wondering if this is a good board to get my skills good and then progress my skill level further, if anyone can help that would be awesome!

I ride park 90% of the time, is this the...

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I ride park 90% of the time, is this the board for me?

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O yea this is one of the best park boards out there it as a anti camber build witch makes it perfect for rails and jibs as well as giving it a ton of pop off the lip of jumps it is super soft.... for the 10% of the time your not in the park it won't be terrible and can still handle high speeds and a little bit of powder..... hoped that helped

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Ben is 100% correct! This board is amazing for park.

On the other side, I free-ride on it, too! I love twin park style-boards for all over the mountain. Drop tricks off anything!

HAVE FUN!

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Ben and Ryan on are point. You will love this deck for sure. Great board for the park and mountain.

I am looking at the Burton Joystick for...

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I am looking at the Burton Joystick for an all-mtn ride, but I'm not sure which size. I am 5'7", 143lbs, size 10 boot. Thanks for the info.

Any idea if Switch type-X bindings will work with the m6 harware?

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The hardware will work no problem, but you have to make sure that the disk is compatible with the channel. That it has a way to configure the 2-hole setup the channel uses.

If you plan on growing at all, I would run the 154. It may be a tad bit big for rails, but you'll grow into it. If you are not growing then run the 150. This may be small in deep snow, but you can always set you bindings back quickly with the channel.

It's hard to get a board for everything. Powder to park, you give up something somewhere. In short, if you are growing then get the 154, if not then get the 150. or get the 150 and ride the hell out of it and keep it as your jib board, then next year by a bigger pow deck.

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Unfortunately, I'm 24 so I'm done growing. I have a Lamar tripper 154 now and it's just a bit too long and heavy, but I can hold onto it for pow days which is only out west since I'm a midwesterner.

Thanks for the help

2010/2011 Burton Joystick Snowboard

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The Burton Joystick Snowboard keeps you shredding hard and in control through slushy parks, blower pow stashes, and into the coveted eighth-level warp zone. The near-twin V-Rocker shape, forgiving feel, and springy flex help you destroy the entire mountain with the force of 400 video-game nerds' sexual frustrations.

Now is also 159w, just thought I'd better...

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Now is also 159w, just thought I'd better take a long if freeride. But if another, non-shrinkage of the boots, I'm afraid 161 would be slim. Or if my weight 85 kg, good even with the 159w? I really like the current board, but I feared may be small, because they were told to wear 1-2cm shorter than normal size, but I could not correct.

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Trust me, the 159W will work grate for you. Get the 159W.

I'm looking for the ideal size joystick,...

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I'm looking for the ideal size joystick, parameters are as follows Height (U.S.): 185cm (6'1 ") Weight in pounds: 80kg (176), Ability: Intermediate, boot size 11,5 (Burton Ion, Shrinkage™, Footprint Reduction Technology). All mountain style treated Course and the powder, park rarely. More and more attract freeriders! I need 159W, 161, 163w or size? Or what do you suggest?
Deep snow back bindings 1-2 cm? Or let me in the middle. Is it good for deep snow? What is your opinion? "What do you think?
thanks, gyuva

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You are in between the 159W and the 161. The 161 is a mid wide, and since your boots do have shrinkage tech you would be ok with the 161 if you think the 159w is too short. I think the 159w would be legit for sure. I don't think you would need to set your stance back but you can if you want. It's all up to your own personal preference.

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Thank you! Now is also 159w, just thought I'd better take a long if freeride. But if another, non-shrinkage of the boots, I'm afraid 161 would be slim. Or if my weight 85 kg, good even with the 159w? I really like the current board, but I feared may be small, because they were told to wear 1-2cm shorter than normal size, but I could not correct e.

Thank you! Now is also 159w, just thought I'd better take a long if freeride. But if another, non-shrinkage of the boots, I'm afraid 161 would be slim. Or if my weight 85 kg,  good even with the 159w? I really like the current board, but I feared may be small, because they were told to wear 1-2cm shorter than normal size, but I could not correct e.
5 5

Joystick

The Burton Joystick. Last year this board slayed it, everyone who rode it loved it. The board is fun, easy to ride, and technical. An all around amazing board.

It has a twin-like shape and directional flex. It has Carbon I-beam with in the Triax glass. A new upgrade from last year is the Jumper Cables Hi-Voltage. These are carbon stringers from the end of the channel to the contact points, to give the rider more snap out of the tip and tail.

See what all the hype is all about.

5 5

Joystick

The Burton Joystick. Last year this board slayed it, everyone who rode it loved it. The board is fun, easy to ride, and technical. An all around amazing board.

It has a twin-like shape and directional flex. It has Carbon I-beam with in the Triax glass. A new upgrade from last year is the Jumper Cables Hi-Voltage. These are carbon stringers from the end of the channel to the contact points, to give the rider more snap out of the tip and tail.

See what all the hype is all about.

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im a huge rail guy and i just got this board. should i detune the edges?

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