It will be awesome. It is their highest end freestyle board. This is the main board you will see all their backcountry freestyle guys riding. Like Pat Moore, Joni Malmi, and Peter line. Still has a bit of a directional shape so it will float good in the pow, but you can still get all freestyle on it. It will ride everything real well.
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Well the Supermodel X has pretty much the same core setup as the custom X. So it will ride much stiffer than the regular supermodel. If you want something to handle all conditions, stick with the regular supermodel, it will be much more forgiving.
Depends on what you are going to be using it for. If it is going to be for freeride/pow riding then it will be awesome. If you are going to be using it for more freestyle/park riding, then the extra length may hinder you.
For sure a 12.5 would be good. Snowboard boots just as a general rule pack out about a quarter to half a size. So the smaller the better.
They will only fit on a burton board with the ICS channel mounting system. Also the hardware for the bindings comes with the board, not the bindings.
The H.I. Intensity persimmon. It will cover all your basis. Sunny, flat light, snowing, night skiing etc etc etc.
Just the board. It says Voile Universal Binding Interface and Tractor Skins (sold separately) are what is needed.
Definitely! With the way Burton builds their taper boards your actually supposed to size down. Get the 162cm you'll love it!
Get your street shoe size. You want snowboard boots to fit as tight as possible since they pack out about a half size.