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Within a week of purchase both of the toe straps broke off. Poor design, the plastic straps are very thin and snap easily, difficult to adjust, although it is very comfy. THe ratchets are very bad compared with burton, they ice up easily and and hard to release. Can't say I recommend this product.
Burly straight lines, cliff hucks, ridiculously stiff. No park, noodling in the trees, or butters. Fun freeride deck.
Very comfy out of the box, no pressure points. After 1 season (about 70 days), the boot packed out about 1 full size, the speed zone lace (while convenient) fell apart, the toe ripped and peeled back on one foot, and the threads ripped on the other. Not good tread for hiking. It fits great paired with other Burton bindings. Very soft boot, nearly no support after the break in.
They're great for a beginning rider who rides few days a year, but don't hold up well to rough treatment.
I rode a '56 2006 Custom for 2 seasons, 1 year East Coast ice and 1 in the North Cascades pow. Great board for park jumps, the nose and tail are significantly thinner than most, equalling low swing weight. I was dissapointed in the "Infinite Ride" technology, it pretty near completely lost its flex on season 2. It handled surprisingly well as a pow board when mounted set back 2" or so, great for tight trees, little drops, not so much open bowls as it's noodly at speed. Fun to spin around.
It gets a 5 as a brand new board, but very short lived durability, (seems to fall apart as soon as the warrenty ends.)