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Great, responsive boots. Forefoot area is a little hard to tighten to the max, but I need a pretty wide toebox anyways. Comfortable too.
Great bindings. Highback is crazy responsive, but tweakable enough side to side for good looking grabs. Nice and damp feeling for flat landings
They are also indestructable; my roommate forgot to close the roof racks and the board flew off and slid on the bindings going 45mph. A bit scratched up but overall nothing wrong.
Board rips when its deep, the rockered tip and tail give it a really surfy feel. Great flex pattern overall, found it to be a perfect for a pow board: Still some play in the board, but there is enough rigidity to hold up in the crud and in landings - plus the cap construction makes it really playful and lively. Because of the rocker and cap it doesn't have the best edge-hold, found my edges slipping a lot of traverses and windblown stuff. It did however Delam on me, but k2 Warranted it right away.
Overall: Not the kind of board I would ride everyday, I really only bust it out with 12"+. But when I do get to ride it its a blast. If you are in an area without a lot of snow but sill want a pow board, go for the turbo dream- much more versatile.
great boots, but the laces sometimes snap and if you have them for more than a year burton wont replace them for free.