The Burton T6 is the ideal snowboard for those who drop in with confidence on any terrain.
The T6 Snowboard from Burton is the choice deck from some of the world's best all-mountain riders. Rippers like Terje Haakonsen and Nicolas Müller demand a lightweight deck that can be ridden in all conditions. The T6 Snowboard meets these demands with a lightweight chassis and all-mountain shape that excels everywhere. Backcountry powder lines and superpipes all fall prey to the T6's combination of snappy flex and featherweight construction. Burton even updated the T6 with Smooth Ride technology for a damper feel than in the past. Stainless steel edges, a sintered WFO base, Pro-Tip, and the amazing Alumafly core team up to give the Burton team what they want. *Available for US Shipment Only.
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The stiffest board I've ever ridden and even Lib-Tech's Dark Series is soft compared to this. Great pop. The setback stance is great and helps it float through pow. Amazing through trees and the carving ability of this board is second to none. Very fast, one of the fastest bases if you wax and keep it happy. Also, very stable over crud and chop and quite damp.
Ridden it almost five seasons now and taken it over everything and not a single cosmetic scratch.
Chatter? What Chatter? This board eliminates chatter and makes for the insanely fast smooth ride. I only weight 140 and keep up with guys 40-60 lbs heavier than me. Other than that rock I ran over in the trees last week, with 25 plus days on the board and the base still looks brand new. I cant say enough about this board I love it.
Not for the timid- This board is a dominator!
This is a great all mountain board for those who are used to a stiff flex. It took a couple of runs to get used to. Once I had it dialed it was so stable at high speeds, held an edge like a champ, did not seem like a log under foot, and was even fun to pop some jumps with. Really a nice board, similar to my Custom X, so it really takes top honors in Burton's line.
Easily Burtons best board..
I own an 08' 162.... I also own a rome, palmer, lib and a burton malolo.
This is the fastest of the bunch by far...
The Ride/stiffness is similar to a Custom x with a slightly different "feel" due to the alumafly core..
Very underated as an everyday board,, Not as stiff or as hard to ride as most think..VERY precise...Flies great, very light.. Great edge hold on ice, zero chatter straightlining at high speeds...IMPOSSIBLE for anyone on any board to keep up with you in the flats..
NOT for park rats, gapers, noobs and weekend heroes..It will slam you if you don't know what you're doing..
Board looks brand new and the base is in great shape, this includes days in Colorado, Tahoe, wisonsin and pennsylavania...
IMO-- Burtons best board..
This Board is the Best!
I managed to get this board on sale a couple of years ago when the Vapor first came out. I was tempted to buy the Vapor but I figured I'd save some money and go with the T6. I am so glad that I did! Going from my old board to my new one was like night and day! This board is super responsive and is extremely fast! It cruises on the flat spots when everyone else is walking and feels amazing in powder! Even over ice it grips to its edges so you won't wipe out! Two years later my board still looks good! The alumafly core ensures that it will stay in good shape for a long time! If you're a freestyle rider this board's not for you cause it has minimal flex. But if you're into all-mountain riding like me, I highly recommend this board!
The board is really nice. Amazing difference between the T6 and the piece o crap I was riding. However, this thing is mega stiff. Great for all-mountain riding, but good luck at doing tricks with it. I tried pulling the nose of the board up and it just stayed glued to the snow. Amazing response and carving.
This board is the best board I've ever ridden by far. Particularly because of it's shape in combo with it's lively internal aluminum structure. It performs sick power turns. It flys off the lip. And it's relatively light. In my opinion, it smokes the vapor. Though the lib tech mag traction series would be my second choice. The only drawback is that it's a touch fragile. I'm on my 3rd board in the last 4 years. But it's worth it! What a ride.