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Rip the mountain a new one.

Rippers like Terje Haakonsen and Nicolas Müller demand a lightweight deck that can be ridden in all conditions, so Burton built them the T6 Snowboard. This ride packs a lightweight chassis and all-mountain shape that excels everywhere from steep couloirs to the planet's biggest terrain parks. Backcountry powder lines and superpipes all fall prey to the T6's combination of snappy flex and featherweight construction. Burton even updated the T6 with Smooth Ride technology for a damper feel than in the past. Stainless steel edges, a sintered WFO base, Pro-Tip, and the amazing Alumafly core team up to give the Burton team what they want. *We have no control over which base color you receive, but Burton makes nothing but sweet-looking boards, so you'll be stoked no matter what. **DISCONTINUED**

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5 5

sssssooooo nice

i got mt t6 a few years ago for half price, it is the nicest board i have ever ridden. it kills on anything it floats though powder and hauls ass on groomers it has never lost and edge on ice it is absolutely amazing

5 5

Simply amazing

Chop? what chop? This board is so smooth!

I credit gravity to helping my chubbier friends beat me down the mountain. Thanks to the WFO base on this board, gravity no longer takes the cake.

5 5

This is my Ferrari

I have to start with saying, this isn't a board for everyone. It's stiff and it's powerful and the Alumnafly core definitely feels unlike anything you've ever ridden. But if you have the skill and drive to really ride this board the way it needs to be ridden it is one of the most rewarding experiences you'll have on a board. I've ridden this board as my every day, every condition board for years and it's amazing. It's response is such that you'll think it reads your mind and it's edge hold and power are so tenacious you'll scratch your head at the bottom of your line wondering "how did I do that?"

5 5

My 4th t6

I've ridden a whole bunch of boards but this is the one i always come back to. It simply has the best shape and huge power. No other board pulls out of carves or ollies quite like it.

I have been using a Burton bullet 59 but...

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I have been using a Burton bullet 59 but the bottom has been peeling off. It was ok until this year when a total of one foot of the bottom had pulled off. So now I am out of a board and was thinking about buying a new board but I was unsure what I should be looking for. I do not like terrain parks, I love going fast, and the more powder the better. I am about 177 pounds, 6'1" and have big feet (size12.5 boot). I have had problems with my toes catching the ground on a few boards so a wide board would probably be best. I don’t really know what level of snowboarding I am at but I have been snowboarding for around five to six years.
My cousin (a Vail instructor) suggested I get a good pair of boots. I have been asking around people have been telling me that the Driver X is a good pair.
I appreciate any help

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hey bob, BUR2493 (copy into search bar and hit enter)...thats the Burton Malolo, a renouwned powder board that can still rip the rest of the mountain, that doesnt come in wide however, so im my mind the second best choice would be the Custom X wide BUR2471...thats a great all mountain board too and is wide enough for you. and the driver x are incredibly stiff boots, i would have reccomend the Burton SLX BUR2518...a meduim flexing boot that doesnt sacrifice performance or response for comfort, cuz the driver x's might be uncomfortable because they are sooooooo stiff
...so yeah, either of those boards and the SLX would be my dream big mountain set up, and your friend is completley right, if you are going to invest in something, make it GOOD boots, because a bad pair of boots can ruin a season real quick, hope that helps :-)

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I am so happy with my burton driver x boots! I've got about 25 days on them and they are holding up great and are the most comfy boot I have had in about 25 years of riding...

OK, so I wear size 11 burton hails and use...

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OK, so I wear size 11 burton hails and use large custom bindings. Will the 159 really be too narrow for me? I've been riding an old canyon 157 for a while now and i'm used to a wide board. I usually set my stance at 15 degrees front and zero back. Any bigger-footed boarders out there tried it out?

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This is a really narrow board, 159 only has 246mm waist, and the model 162 has waist width of 248mm. Burton claims that binding size S & M go OK with 159 and M for the 162. If you by chance use L size bindings, I'd stay away from these, 164W by the way would be lame.

5 5

Best all mountain board

Just got the new t6, I have the older t6 just before they added the damnping system to it, thatwas a great board road like a porsche down groomers and cut through crud. this board is for a advanced rider. The new t6 with the damping system rides just as good or better but has more pop for hits. Best all mountain board I have riden!!!!!!

I wear a size 10 mens boot. Is this 244...

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I wear a size 10 mens boot. Is this 244 waist wide enough for me? I usually have my left foot at zero or is that 90 degrees straight accross the board.

how good is the T6 for cliffs and jump? i...

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how good is the T6 for cliffs and jump? i currently have a custom x 160 that is straight awesome at them plus rails and boxes which I don't really feel like doing anymore. I just don't want to buy a board and then have it crack jumping off a cliff when my old board can land it. Also would a supermodel x be better for me. i'm 180 and 6'2'' and i want a pretty stiff board for big mountain freeriding

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I just retired my 04 T6 after nearly 200 days as the rails are pretty well wafer thin. Mangaged to get my hands on a Vapor and while I like it the T6 was such an amazing board. Riding on one of the iceyst (rime ice) mountains in the world the T6 was nothing short of amazing. Will definitley be getting another when the time comes. Rips on the hill, pipe and jumps, not a park rider but I think if you are doing that then use a proper park board, the T6 is a board that deserves respect.

5 5

best board on planet terje made it

its a back country destroyer power steeps , chutes, tree riding, rock jumps, etc. also good in park on jumps ,stay away from rails. this board is for high end riding levels ,super fast base when you point it you will leave your friends behind if you want to progress you riding this is the board for you . well its time for me to go hike up some backcountry in summit country and do some sixty mile per hour pow turns see you out there bitches

5 5

best board on planet terje made it

its a back country destroyer power steeps , chutes, tree riding, rock jumps, etc. also good in park on jumps ,stay away from rails. this board is for high end riding levels ,super fast base when you point it you will leave your friends behind if you want to progress you riding this is the board for you . well its time for me to go hike up some backcountry in summit country and do some sixty mile per hour pow turns see you out there bitches

Backcountry Beaver Creek on the 09 T6

Backcountry Beaver Creek on the 09 T6

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Bluebird pow sesh in the Beaver Creek Backcountry secret stash (near the private run). You can see the tip of the T6 peekin out of the 14 inches of the good stuff that fell the night before. And contrary to the previous comment, you can shred rails and boxes no problem. You definitely want to de-tune this though as it comes sharp as a ginsu out of the box. So de-tune before you slay the park. Cannons, rails, butter boxes, whatev...

5 5

2007 T6 review

Just spent 4 days riding this at Breck after I broke my 2003 Custom.

Wow super fast, smooth and confidence inspiring on the steeps and choppy\icy conditions.

Honestly the biggest difference between this and my Custom is weight.

It's so light that when I short carve my whole board actually leaves the ground between edge plants.

First board I've seen that you can see through when you hold it up to the light(Hollow Alum honey comb core), keep this thing out of the park your hack it to pieces in no time.

Rode the 162 in knee deep powder no problem and left almost every behind, set your stance back just a bit and your golden in the deep stuff. This board did not seem as stiff as advertised seemed just slightly stiffer than my old custom.

5 5

Easy rider for women too

I upgraded from a Feelgood ES to the 2006 T6 and love it. It's light, fast, stable and easy to control. Would never go back to anything less.

5 5

The best board out there

This is an amazing snowboard, truly Burton at it's finest. The details and finish quality can't be matched. If you like to go fast and rip turns, nothing can beat it, it's an amazing do-it-all freeride weapon.

Hi,I'm spending 8 days on an Outward Bound...

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Hi,I'm spending 8 days on an Outward Bound back country snowboarding expedition in Colorado. My current board is getting a tad small, (its 158 cm Burton Custom x wide). What i was wondering is if anyone could help me figure out what board i should get. At home i do a mixture of freeride and park, and i want to have a good board for this trip. I'm 5'11 and 145ish pounds with a size 12 boot. if anyone can help it'd be much appreciated.

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i did that exact trip in feb of 06. i had the custom x 161 with palmer riser plates. it worked well but was short. im 6'4" though. its a great trip. keep your wag bag close and be ready for somegreat boarding. If you are looking for a board for this trip i would say the t6 164w would be the stick. or supermodel x. its taperd shape is tight. Tell your guides Jon from delaware says hi.

5 5

Great freeride board for advanced riders

I have last years model, which is my second T6, and I absolutely love it. Great edge grip, incredibly fast, craves like a dream. The honeycomb core keeps its flex a lot longer than any wood core board. I rode my first T6 for over 150 days before it started to get a little soft. Very stiff and responsive, so not recommended for beginner or intermediate riders.

5 5

Not a bad board

I got this board last season in april, which I was only able to get out once before the snow was gone. But I was really surprised to see how well the edge grips rock solid ice and how comfortable the ride is. I have to say it is one of the best boards I have ridden, up with the Never Summer Titan, to me the only difference between the those two boards, is that T6 is lighter. Cant wait to get this board in the powder this year.