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Surgical precision for big-footed riders.

Whether you're charging precarious no-fall zones, boosting off 20-foot superpipe walls, or racing your friends down the mountain, the Burton Custom X Wide Snowboard delivers the super-stiff response and surgical precision needed to rip the mountain a new one. Loaded with the powerful feel of a traditional camber profile, the Custom X Wide snowboard caters to advanced-to-expert riders with feet sized 10.5 and up.

Designed as a directional twin, the Custom X's directional shape helps you float through deep powder with its 1-inch set-back, yet it still rides and lands switch with its twin flex pattern. Inside this all-terrain monster, you'll find Burton's Dragonfly core that's laboriously composed of 500 independent laminations for ultra-light performance and next-level response. Its Squeezebox High core profiling is thinner underneath the binding zones, helping you drive turns more easily, especially considering the board's highly responsive, super-stiff flex pattern.

Leveraging Burton's 45º Carbon Highlights Hi-Voltage, the Custom X infuses plenty of carbon within its fiberglass lay-up for excellent dampening and torsional rigidity needed to bomb the mountain at high speeds. Additionally, you'll find the Custom X grips phenomenally over ice and hardpack with its Frostbite edges that extend slightly over the binding zones for added grip. Furthermore, the board's blazing-fast sintered WFO base is ready to fly down the mountain, giving you ample speed to send the world's biggest and baddest jumps, backcountry kickers, and superpipe walls.

  • Directional twin (1-inch set-back with twin flex)
  • Traditional camber profile
  • Dragonfly core with Squeezebox High
  • 45º Carbon Highlights Hi-Voltage
  • Multizone EGD with Frostbite edges
  • The Channel mounting system
  • Sintered WFO base

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1 5

Terrible quality

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

It started out good, good responsiveness, weight, and feel. Initially I had my qualms about buying Burton because it was just a huge name and usually the bigger a company gets, the worse their products become.

Well, I wasn't wrong.

I've ridden a handful of other boards, starting on a GNU carbon highbeam that lasted me for years, then a Nitro which I rode pretty hard but still lasted a few seasons, then I got this Burton piece of crap.

I was interested in getting a "higher end" board, and the channel thing they have was interesting to me. I even got new bindings solely for this board, because you pretty much have to, with the channel feature.

In the beginning of the second season, the 5th day I used it, the tail snapped. I haven't ridden hard at all yet this season. How many boards only last 5 days?

But Burton seems to disagree with me, and won't acknowledge that this JUST MAYBE might be a defect. This is what adds insult to injury, the fact that they won't even stand behind their products. I wouldn't use Burton gear at all anymore, nor would recommend the brand to anyone, even if they paid me to.

Terrible quality
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From that pic I'm guessing they said rider error? What were you doing when it broke?

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Yes, that's the line I got. I get why they would say that. My issue is the fact that I actually wasn't doing anything abusive with it at all. I would own up to it if I knew I was at fault. No jumps, no hard falls, I just got to the bottom of the mountain and noticed it was like that. In retrospect, I remember it not carving very well at the end of the day.

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That's a real shame. I've got the 162 W from 2 years ago and it's the best board I've ridden. It's held up great and taken some serious hits. I do know what you're saying about their support being crap. Did you try a return through your retailer?