The Burton Primo Snowboard murders features for the fun of it.
Like the father who gives his son a carton of smokes for Christmas, the Burton Primo Snowboard doesn’t care if you get straight A’s or help old ladies across the street. That stuff is for sissies, which is one thing this twin-tip park slayer certainly isn’t. From executing street rails to burying park features, this Burton Coalition snowboard isn’t trying to make friends—in fact, it’s not really down with people at all. **DISCONTINUED**
- 10:45 Sidewalls absorb impacts and strengthen the board
- Negative Core Profile - designed to be forgiving in the park, pipe, and on rails
- Rail Ready Edge Tune is less catchy to help you slide rails and still get plenty of grip for hitting kickers
- Biax React Fiberglass is flexible and forgiving to help you dial new tricks
- PRO-TIP shape reduces swing weight, so you spin easier and float better in pow
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ok had the board for 2 seasons amazin for park fast an flexi amazin board nice for ridin in the hills thought hard time on half pipe and tail or nose presses
Yo I'm about 6 foot and weigh somewhere...
Yo I'm about 6 foot and weigh somewhere around 140 pounds and wear a size 11 boot (US), is this board right for me? I've also been riding a Burton Seven and I was wondering if the performance would be similar between the two boards.
the primo is a jib board for sure. It is a lesser version of the seven. The board is really soft and really fun.
How does this board look after 5 or six...
How does this board look after 5 or six days of boarding? does it have scratches in it?..and dips in the botom base?
It will look awesome as long as skiers are running over the top sheet :)
The base is a very durable extruded material and will not dimple. If you hit rocks than any board will get a core shot.
A part of snowboarding is that your board gets beat up... this one will get no more beat up than any other.
Priced to Perfection
I'm only an intermediate snowboarder but this board has done me pretty well so far this season... though it's definetly not the best board for days thick with powder like we had earlier this season especially up in Tahoe. Decent pop, manuevers well in the park. Picked it up on Whiskey for $130 about so the price for performance is unbeatable.
*As a note* the reason the baord is so cheap is because some resorts banned the board due to the bloody graphic* I've had no issues and have hit at least 6 different resorts this season in Cali and Az. But still something to be aware of.