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Burton Method Snowboard

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The space shuttle is played out. This is the age of the Method.

Since the space shuttle was retired, NASA has been feverishly searching for its replacement. Say hello to the Burton Method Snowboard. It wouldn't be fair to say that the technology used in developing the Method compares to the space shuttle. The space shuttle is old. The Method is the next level. Burton blends titanium, carbon fiber, and S2 carbon composite to create a board so light and rideable that it will revolutionize the industry. You can try to take this one into space ... just make sure the landing isn't flat.
  • Flying V hybrid camber/rocker puts camber underneath the bindings and rocker at the tip, center, and tail of the board for float in powder, edge control, and plenty of pop
  • Ultrameth construction involves every aspect of the board to create the most lightweight, high-performance snowboard yet
  • Multizone EGD places the wood perpendicular under the your feet in four different zones to optimize edge control
  • The Channel allows you to micro-adjust your stance over a greater length and an infinite range
  • Item #BUR4435

Tech Specs

medium (5 of 10 on Burton scale)
Stance Setback
0.5 in
Recommended Rider Weight
[155 cm] 120 - 170 lb, [158 cm] 130 - 180 lb, [162 cm] 150 - 200 lb
Effective Edge
[155 cm ] 1192 mm, [158 cm ] 1222 mm, [162 cm ] 1262 mm
hybrid (Flying V)
UltraFly (composite)
Sidecut Radius
[155 cm ] 7.66 m, [158 cm ] 7.85 m, [162 cm ] 8.12 m
Waist Width
[155 cm ] 247 mm, [158 cm ] 250 mm, [162 cm ] 255 mm
directional twin
155 cm, 158 cm, 62 cm
Recommended Use
Stance Width
[155 cm] 20.8 in, [158 cm] 22 in, [162 cm] 22 in
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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      What does this have to do with the method dipshit, Mervin makes good stuff bro I'm not debating that, but all that tech still dosen't make them as light, or as well constructed as a burton. Est says it all, and anyone who boards enough knows Burton has the best warranty BY FAR. Lib tech has the best looking boards for sure but the edge seperates from the board very easily from expereince. I spent half a grand on a lib tech and it was used for my powder board. It rode great and was a good board till the edge seperated after about two months of riding. They replaced it so I sold it and bought me a custom. Burton has the best base on there boards for sure. I'v had the same custom for two seasons and still in awesome shape and I have ridden this thing to hell and back. Lib Tech= waste of money. But you will think your cool riding one.

      I looked at this lib tech board Joey the fag and it's $2500, WTF! To anyone reading this, this dude works for lib tech I'm sure and is trying to sell there over priced shitty boards. Every fag that dogs on Burton saying there boards are so overpriced and lib tech is cheaper and better are mostly mega fags that think there cool. There isn't a lib tech I see that't worth a shit for under $539.00 and there not worth what lib tech is charging. Est cannot be beat and the method is still lighter and better constructed than a Cygnus X1 and it's a $1000 less.

      has anyone demo'd this board? I haven't...

      has anyone demo'd this board? I haven't seen any reviews on this model all year and I can't demo before I buy. anyone? anyone have experience with this board?

      will it work on the moon?

      will it work on the moon?