There's only one Love Snowboard.
Designed with more affection than we have for mommy mamaries, the Burton Coalition Love Snowboard is built for tubular rides through the park and exploring new features in urban wastelands. Ridden by Keegan and Mikkel, the Love features a park-specific softer flex profile, Burton's Rail Ready Tune, and a Park Fly II core with Dualzone EGD, so you can pop, bonk, slide, and stomp your heart out. Also check out the Love Snowboard's writable base where you can communicate your love for pretty ladies, foreign languages, tacos, whatever. *Also comes in wide for extra lovin'.
- The Channel binding mount system for infinite stance options, better board feel, and direct energy transfer (works with Burton EST and 3D bindings)
- Dualzone EGD improves power transfer, response edge hold
- Negative profile for softer flex and torsion is great for a variety of terrain
- Dual Density Triax Fiberglass is snappy as hell
- Rail Ready Tune is ready for park and street rails from day one and still grippy enough for kickers
- Pro-Tip tapered tip and tail for reduced swing weight
- Infinite Ride technology makes your board deliver consistent performance and feel from day one to day one thousand, so you never have to break your board in or worry that it's performance will fade
- Elliptical Kicks shaped tip and tail promote pop and float
- 10:45 Sidewalls are extra meaty for the abuse aggressive riders unleash
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I am 6'1 and 160 lbs. should I get the 155...
I am 6'1 and 160 lbs. should I get the 155 or 158
It depends on the type of riding you want to do. More all mountain? then get the 158. If this is going to be your park deck, the 155 would be fine. Actually both sizes would be good for you for the park.
Keegan Rides the Love
Keegan and Chris Brandshaw
Keegan is rockin' the love!
does the board come with the the hardware...
does the board come with the the hardware for the bindings????
Yes this deck comes with all the necessary parts for you to rip it up.
I'm looking at getting this...
I'm looking at getting this board. I'm 6Ft and about 240pounds but built. My friend reakons I should get a 154-156 board cause he says a 160ish board which my weight comes into from the manufacturer recommendations will be too stiff. He reakons it will be like a piece of wood and suggests shorter for more flex.
What do you guys think?
Thanks in Advance!
Im 6'1" and 150 lbs and i ride a 153 DC PBJ and its perfect so for u i think a 154 or a 156 will be a little to soft but ur buddy is right and u prob will want to keep out of the 160 range id go 158 its probably ur best option
For sure, go with the 158. it is a better fit.
I'm 5'6" and about 135. would the 152 work...
I'm 5'6" and about 135. would the 152 work for me in the park or would i be better off goin to a smaller board?
Na, the 152 will be fine. You'll grow into it as well. It may seem a little too big right now but it will be perfect next year. Great board.
Pros - Rides great in park and can throw down on any urban feature your willing to hit. Durable construction with rail ready edge tune.
Cons - A little on the heavy side.
hate to love it
This stick is awesome rockin a 152 with cartel est bindings. The flex is right on for just about anything you wanna do in the park. Oh yeah has great pop too. I think this is just about the best freestyle park board you can get for under $500. And its got hot chicks all ready all over it.
i got this board a cuple dayz ago and let me tell ya! dis board is a great combination of pop and enough flex for all those butters,this is a great great board!
how would this work for jibbing?
how would this work for jibbing?
its amazing i rode the 152 last year and hit a number of street rails it works pretty nicely.
HOLY GRAIL <3
Demoed it at Timberline last season w/ cartels (EST) and all I have to say that it was the best setup i've ever ridden.
Feels like a combination of a Custom and Sapient. Both of which I own. Pop is crazy, flex is perfect for butters, speed if nuts. Very soild on Conway kickers (20-30ft) Needless to say that I fell in love.