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Wide for more lovin'.

Ridden by freestyle pros Keegan and Mikkel, the Burton Love Wide Snowboard doesn't just like jibbing around the park, it loves it. Burton hooke up the Love Wide Snowboard with a softer flex profile ready to bonk and press the park till it sprays love juice all over your face, and Burton's Rail Ready Tune gives you a rail-ready board from the first moment you strap in. The Park Fly II core with Dualzone EGD adds all the pop and flex you could want, and remains stable enough to not flop out on landings. Also check out the Love Snowboard's writable base where you can profess your love for cougars, your friend's mom, or your favorite Saturday morning cartoon.
  • 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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okay, so i'm really looking at getting...

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okay, so i'm really looking at getting this board, especially at the price. My only concern is that it looks like it has the ICS, and I don't have ICS/ EST bindings. I do have last years P1's, but is there any type of conversion plate or anything that would make my P1's work on this? Never ridden burrton before, would really appreciate some help. Thanks in advance.

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Yes, Burton makes a 2-hole disk for all channel boards. This disk will work no problem with your bindings. I think Backcountry.com sells them, or your local board shop can hook it up.

i have size 9.5 boots, could i ride a wide...

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i have size 9.5 boots, could i ride a wide and still have all the benefits of a normal sized board?

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You don't need a wide board, You will feel it being a bit sluggish from toe to heel, but it will float better in deep snow. I wouldn't get a normal deck, but the wide will still be pretty fun.

i have size 9.5 boots, could i ride a wide...

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i have size 9.5 boots, could i ride a wide and still have all the benefits of a normal sized board?

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You don't need a wide board, You will feel it being a bit sluggish from toe to heel, but it will float better in deep snow. I wouldn't get a normal deck, but the wide will still be pretty fun.

Are there any downsides to riding a wide...

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Are there any downsides to riding a wide board when you might not really need one? I'm gonna be wearing either 10.5 or 11 boots.

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Because of your boot size, you should be riding a wide. Run this board. The wide board is going to give you more stability and lift in powder.

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Well the flex pattern on a wide is a little different that a reg sized deck. Power transfer and edge transfer is a lil different aswell. But all-in-all they ride just like a reg deck would. It gives you a lil more meat under your feet and they are definately more stable at higher speeds than a reg deck. Bigger surface area pops you up better in pow and keeps you a float easier. You are pretty much on the cusp of mid to wide. But if you can jump on a mid-wide, that might work for you too. But if your feet are still growing, then just get a wide as you will have to change it up in the long run anyways. I have a size 12 boot and I ride a Rome Machine 154W with a waist width of 258. Personally I cant ride anything skinnier than a 256, so I ride a wide rather than a mid. Hope this helps bro

Are there any downsides to riding a wide...

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Are there any downsides to riding a wide board when you might not really need one? I'm gonna be wearing either 10.5 or 11 boots.

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If your boots are 10.5 or 11 then you need a wide board, this will be a perfect width of a board for you. No down sides for you, just better float and more surface space for you to slay the mountain with.

Does this board require the EST bindings?...

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Does this board require the EST bindings? Thanks in advance.

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It does not require them, but it works best with them. Any Burton, Forum, New Union, New Drake and some other bindings will work with the Channel system.