Elana Hight knows what works, and this board proves it.
Burton and Elena Hight got together to completely redesign the Women's Troop Snowboard to provide you with advanced freestyle performance that easily takes on the rest of the mountain. The addition of Smooth Ride Plus technology provides dampening zones under your bindings to reduce foot fatigue and let you charge hard all day. Burton uses a Super Fly wood core to keep things light, responsive, and poppy while the sintered base gives you all the speed you could ever want for an in-run. This highly progressive board also comes with Pressure Distribution edges which extend a half-millimeter beyond the sidewalls for ridiculous control in icy terrain parks and pipes. *Boards come in assorted colors. It's up to Lady Luck—good thing she's a benevolent wench.**DISCONTINUED**
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Mmmmm, love it.
Love the board, perfect amount of flex! best board i've ever owned!!!
I came from a Ride Solace 142 and wanted the next best thing and I got it. Super fast, super light, super fun. I was worried that it wouldn't have enough flex and that it may be a bit difficult adding the extra 4cm to my board. I took it to Jackson Hole for it's debut and was in love!
Do you mail to China If I buy Burton...
Do you mail to China If I buy Burton snowboard ,shoes and orther goods from you? And how much does it's postages? If I get orther discounting for them?
no shipping burton outside of u.s., sorry
This is kind of a stupid question, but...
This is kind of a stupid question, but does the board come waxed?
It comes with a spray-on factory wax that'll last about a day. Get it waxed and tuned properly before you ride.-------------------------------------------in my experiance factory wax is the best wax you will ever get and it lasts about 3 days of riding-------------------------------------------In my experience, the factory wax will last about a day. I always hot-wax my boards before I take them out for the first time.
I'm thinking of upgrading but I'm not sure...
I'm thinking of upgrading but I'm not sure which Burton board to get. I'm pretty experienced. I've been boarding for about 8yrs. I don't do any tricks/jumps. But I do like to go off the top of black diamond runs....depending on the season, snow can be hard & icy. So which board is ideal?
If you want Burton and you're charging hard, check out the Feelgood ES. Stiffer flex than this board and definitely not a park-specific board, though you can do what you want with it. Also check out the Feelgood. If you're not set on Burton, look long and hard at a Roxy Envi. I'm told it's very smooth, very lively, strong & balanced flex, and it has MTX for those hardpacked/icy days. And it looks killer.http://www.roxy.com/product/index.jsp?productId=3243343
Quite a few choices here. The stiff ones are: Salomon Ivy, Rome Blue, Palmer Liberty, Never Summer Lotus. They are all similar in stiffness. Depending on whether you like powder, Burton Supermodel might also be a good choice. Stiff flex, but a bit more flexible than Feelgood ES. None of the above will be good for tricks, but are made to handle speed. Also the Burtons I mentioned here are ICS only, which means you will either need to have Burton bindings, or the Burton EST bindings.
it's teh awesome
I freakin love this thing. Break in period schmake in period. It was smooth and fast on day one - so much better than the hand me down I was riding before. It rode like buttah in the powder AND ice. I was jumping it by the second run.
Do burton boards have to go with burton...
Do burton boards have to go with burton bindings? The holes on this board look different to me...
No they do not, you can get an adapter disc from other vendors to make it work.
I love my troop!!! It has perfect flex and floats so well in the powder. I don't do any park riding, so I don't know how it does in the park, but I've loved it everywhere else. Best board I've ever owned.
I live in Australia and am going to Banff,...
I live in Australia and am going to Banff, Canada end of October this year to work at Sunshine Village for the whole season. I have never been snowboarding before and am not sure what to get. I've heard a lot of good things about the Burton feelgood and troop but which one is better? I'm 48kg and around 5'5.
if you've never been snowboarding before i'd start out with the Burton Feather or Lux. The troop is a great board but its for a more advanced rider. Once you get more experience you'll be able to decide which sort of terrain you like best and you'll be able to buy a board better suited for it.