Revamped for a new year, the Burton Coalition Se7en Snowboard now features a softer flex and slightly wider waist, but it still rules every feature in the park like an aggressive pimp rules his roost. From the top of the park to the tow rope, this Burton twintip snowboard features Park Scoop Pro-Tip for more catch-free shredding, and a Rail Ready Tune that prepares the Burton Coalition Se7en Snowboard to slide rails until the cows come home.
- Twin tip freestyle snowboard
- Park Scoop and Pro Tip for catch-free forgiving riding and reduced swing weight
- Blunted Elliptical Tips promotes pop
- 10:45 Sidewalls absorb impacts
- Triax response for more snap and versatile response
- Park Fly Core with Dualzone EGD and Positive Profile for superior snap, response, strength, and edge hold
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I really love this sick board. The...
I really love this sick board. The only problem: I have RIDE bindings. Would those work on the Se7en without needing retro discs?
To be honest I can't remember what Ride disks look like. The seven is a 3-D hole pattern. Ask your local shop is Ride makes a three hole disk. You maybe able to rotate the disk around to fit the pattern. This deck is worth the trouble of making it work. One of my favorite Burton decks.
is this board worth it every one sayin...
is this board worth it every one sayin they broke it
It is totally worth it. Ridiculous price, ridiculously good times. The shape is legit, the board is really fun. If it breaks send it back to burton and get a new one.
im about 5'6 and weigh 154 what size is...
im about 5'6 and weigh 154 what size is for me the 152 or the 154?
Does anyone know if the 2009 SE7EN board...
Does anyone know if the 2009 SE7EN board is a traditional camber or a reverse camber?
traditional. don't hesitate to get it, most amazing board ever. unfortunately i broke it 4th run down the mountain. but now burton is sending me a 2010 se7en!
anyone got anything to say about this...
anyone got anything to say about this board?
I bought the 154.5 SE7EN for the 07'/08' season. I'm 5'8", around 150, size 10 boots. The scoop tip idea is sick but leaves less area for presses and buttering around. I wish i had gotten a slightly larger board. Nonetheless, my SE7EN was very responsive (a deeper radial cut than most boards) and versatile for slaying the whole mtn, not just the park...However the board did break on me 2/3 of the way through that season. Kudos to Burton for honoring their warranty, although i'm a little skeptical about how a board cracks from hitting a 25' booter? Overall I would recommend the board. It's price is def cheap for what you get out of the ride.
Yeah mine got broke off like a month ( 12 rides mabye) and it delamed in front of my front foot... weird