The size of your boots shouldn't determine the quality of the board you ride.
- Traditional camber profile offers the best edge control and pop out of any camber design
- UltraFly wood core is Burton's lightest, strongest core ever—and gives the 2012 Vapor a more lively, organic feel than previous versions
- Carbon Vaporskin strategically blends carbon and fiberglass to achieve the ideal flex with the lowest possible weight
- Stainless-steel Frostbite edges extend out 0.5mm from the binding zones for improved edge control in all snow conditions, and are extremely corrosion-resistant
- Slimrail sidewalls remove all excess material to reduce weight without compromising durability
- Wax-infused Sintered WFO base is really, really fast—especially if you tune regularly
- The Channel mounting system improves board feel and allows infinitely adjustable stance width and angles (compatible with Burton disc or EST bindings)
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Can someone at backcountry weigh this bad...
Can someone at backcountry weigh this bad boy and post the weight here? Trying to find a super light board to turn into a split.
It is about 6.3 pounds.
Awesome thanks. And for comparison how much does the Custom Wide in 162 weigh? http://www.backcountry.com/burton-custom-snowboard-wide?rr=t&cmp_id=&rrType=ClickCP&rrProd=BUR4459
Vapor 162 wide
Haven't rode the board yet cuz it's summer, but this board is PIMP. The vapor is light. I have it set up with the diode bindings. I know it's gonna be an awesome board. Can't wait until winter!
Don't Buy This Board
CONS: Absolutely ZERO pop, catchy edges, not playful or forgiving at all, and it's not even light enough for you to be able to tell a difference...
PROS: It's fast. Cool graphic.
I'm a 235 lb rider would a burton vapor...
I'm a 235 lb rider would a burton vapor 162 be ideal for a rider like me I'm 6"0