Member Rewards
Extra 10-20% off select Purchases
More Info - Join Now
1 Staff | 9 Members
Live Chat
trusnow
Powered by 386,727 Members
Shopping Forum Out of Stock
username or email password
 Forum Home > SNOWBOARDS > Snowboard Reviews with VIDEOS > Burton

Quick Login: Forgot password?

Vapor

Share/Save/Bookmark



Author
  Topic Search Topic Search  Topic Options Topic Options
Jimbo View Drop Down
Lift Op.
Lift Op.
Avatar

Joined: Aug/04/2006
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 641
  Quote Jimbo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Topic: Vapor
    Posted: Aug/04/2006 at 3:14pm
Ever wonder what it would feel like to snowboard on the moon? The Burton Vapor will get you as close to that as possible by being the lightest weight board that Burton makes with top end performance. The Vapor's core is made of 90% air! How could it get any lighter? Using a "Vaportech Alumifly Core," the Vapor is made of an aluminum honeycomb from tip to tail. Along with the super light weight core, they have done many other things to make this board the lightest on the market, all the way down to reducing the weight of the top sheet. Carbon I beams, running the full length of the board, make the Burtons Vapor one of their most aggressive feeling boards that Burton makes. This year they also came out with new sizes of the Vapor, including a 163 wide for the bigger rider wanting to drop the weight of his wide board.

Every season, Burton pushes the limits of snowboard technology. The big question to ask is does it work? The answer is YES! The Burton Vapor is a very fun board to ride because it is really light. Really light snowboards are fun to ride because they turn effortlessly, jump really high, float through deep powder, and save your energy. At the end of the day, my front leg hurts from holding my heavy snowboard on the chairlift. I wish I had a Vapor so I could have fun snowboarding. Check out what Donald has to say about the new technology in the Burton Vapor.



2008
Sierra Says: The Burton Vapor has got to be the most technologically advanced snowboard on the market. With an aluminum honeycomb core and a new vaporskin carbon topsheet, it is poppier and lighter that ever before. Riding the Burton Vapor will take your snowboarding to new levels. It is an advanced snowboard that will be super fun for intermediate riders to step up to and progress some new skills with. When I rode the Vapor I was amazed at how ...
 

Post your own reviews 
Back to Top
SGT712 View Drop Down
Instructor
Instructor
Avatar
East Coast Rider

Joined: Aug/13/2006
Location: 22
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 1144
  Quote SGT712 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/23/2006 at 1:08pm
Yay for the new Vapor!
Back to Top
Dr. Nu-Nu View Drop Down
Board Member
Board Member
Avatar
Burton Logo

Joined: Aug/12/2006
Location: 22
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 12785
  Quote Dr. Nu-Nu Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/23/2006 at 1:32pm
why do they have to make this board so godly and put it in a seperate black cloth cover... i wonder what the cygnus x2 comes in then?
Back to Top
SGT712 View Drop Down
Instructor
Instructor
Avatar
East Coast Rider

Joined: Aug/13/2006
Location: 22
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 1144
  Quote SGT712 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/23/2006 at 1:50pm
The Cygnus X2 comes in a Bentley Continental GT.
Back to Top
Dr. Nu-Nu View Drop Down
Board Member
Board Member
Avatar
Burton Logo

Joined: Aug/12/2006
Location: 22
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 12785
  Quote Dr. Nu-Nu Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/24/2006 at 4:04am
Cygnus X1 suckawhat!! $1200 board.. anyone ride this board yet?


Edited by Nu-Nu - Aug/24/2006 at 4:05am
Back to Top
brodster View Drop Down
Instructor
Instructor
Avatar
What is there to say-

Joined: Aug/05/2006
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 3067
  Quote brodster Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/26/2006 at 3:43pm
I think the Palmer Platinum should be discussed too!
Back to Top
I Am Un..Inc View Drop Down
Lift Op.
Lift Op.
Avatar

Joined: Aug/28/2006
Location: Canada
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 21
  Quote I Am Un..Inc Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/28/2006 at 3:20pm
2X would make the vapor even lighter they should put it on it there all about droping onces
Back to Top
zagfan5 View Drop Down
Board Member
Board Member
Avatar
whatever

Joined: Aug/25/2006
Location: 17
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 10551
  Quote zagfan5 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/30/2006 at 3:23pm
once again, hot chick

1200 dollar board!!!
Camber Is The New Rocker.
Back to Top
Julian View Drop Down
Ski Bum
Ski Bum
Avatar

Joined: Aug/23/2006
Location: United States
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 860
  Quote Julian Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/30/2006 at 5:18pm
I held this board today at the store....it's pretty light!


Back to Top
Dr. Nu-Nu View Drop Down
Board Member
Board Member
Avatar
Burton Logo

Joined: Aug/12/2006
Location: 22
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 12785
  Quote Dr. Nu-Nu Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/30/2006 at 8:26pm
lightweight is all this board's got... (i'm such a vapor hater.. haha j/k steve)
Back to Top
hoon View Drop Down
Moderator
Moderator
Avatar
Guest Gear Expert

Joined: Aug/28/2006
Location: RIGHT COAST
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 5543
  Quote hoon Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/31/2006 at 8:37am
resposting my vapor review (note 06 vapor review)

finally took my vapor out for a ride. it arrived in the mail tuesday and it seemed like an eternity before i could even get a chance to sticker it and mount bindings due to work...

i must say this board got a lot of hype, top 10 in Transworld Snowboardings board test and a bunch of other awards plus a ton of articles. lifting it out of the box, i was a bit skeptical and it didn't seem that light. once i added bindings i really noticed how much lighter it seemed compared to other comparable boards.

i got to the mt snow demo and took the vapor out for a bit of riding. conditions were a mix of some crusty pow pow, pushed around piles of mini moguls, some groomed stuff (and by the end of the day some ice). i took this board on normal groomers, on the steepest run at mt snow (RipCord) with a mix of bumps and crud, through the trees, on a narrow run rife with mini cliff drops and through the park.

some more pics:
http://photobucket.com/albums/c293/snwbdrhoon/vapor/

the vapor rocks!
Pros:
- on the lift, it's almost weightless
- crisp graphics are so nice.
- people definitely notice that you are riding a vapor
- this board rails, rails and rails... i was flying and laughing all the way
- you can really load up the tail or the board for that matter in the midst of a carve and just rocket out of a turn. (sames goes for ollieing)...
- this thing rides switch super well
(i didn't really get a chance to spin it, yah i am a cat after tweaking my knee)
- when you point this board it flies
- the flex between your bindings is different than a standard burton board. it seems like you think something and it happens instantaneously (due to the power transmission of the metal and the light light weight)
- ollieing on this thing is amazing

Cons:
- the vaportech takes some getting used to
- people definitely notice that you are riding a vapor
- it is jibbable (took it through the park at mt snow) but the "ding" takes some getting used to (and don't think about the pricetag mid rail slide)
- yes, it will c

2010? More Like 1910
Back to Top
SGT712 View Drop Down
Instructor
Instructor
Avatar
East Coast Rider

Joined: Aug/13/2006
Location: 22
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 1144
  Quote SGT712 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/31/2006 at 9:28am
Awesome write-up, hoon!  
Quiver: GNU Park Pickle 156
Stance: 15/-9, 24"
Back to Top
hoon View Drop Down
Moderator
Moderator
Avatar
Guest Gear Expert

Joined: Aug/28/2006
Location: RIGHT COAST
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 5543
  Quote hoon Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/01/2006 at 2:59am
thanks. i also forgot to mention that i have been beating the dog pile outta my vapor on logs, rocks and rails. still seems to be doing fine without any dimples, cracks, etc. let's see when i can break this biotch.


Edited by hoon - Sep/01/2006 at 3:00am
2010? More Like 1910
Back to Top
Dr. Nu-Nu View Drop Down
Board Member
Board Member
Avatar
Burton Logo

Joined: Aug/12/2006
Location: 22
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 12785
  Quote Dr. Nu-Nu Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/01/2006 at 5:48am
ahhh, so now i know where i read that thread from.. http://www.snowboard-mag.com/node/7922

hoon: are u still riding the vapor? still holding up that good? I'm impressed because I always hear the board is very lightweight and not good for jibs..


Edited by Nu-Nu - Sep/01/2006 at 5:51am
Back to Top
hoon View Drop Down
Moderator
Moderator
Avatar
Guest Gear Expert

Joined: Aug/28/2006
Location: RIGHT COAST
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 5543
  Quote hoon Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/01/2006 at 9:22am
sorry this may be my 4th posting of that review. LOL.

1. blog
2. old BMB
3. snowboardmag.com
4. new BMB
5. this forum (SH!T I AM A LOSER)

yah it has been holding up well. rock grinds, rails, boxes, rotten stumps, a few log grinds... but i kept it pretty mellow since my knee was fvcked.

if i don't sell it, i intend to see how many licks it takes to break the dog pile out of it.

although i have seen one totally crumble but that was from taking a tree at high speeds in the woods at Stowe. and i know from hearsay that they can also dimple under pressure.


Edited by hoon - Sep/01/2006 at 9:23am
2010? More Like 1910
Back to Top
Dr. Nu-Nu View Drop Down
Board Member
Board Member
Avatar
Burton Logo

Joined: Aug/12/2006
Location: 22
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 12785
  Quote Dr. Nu-Nu Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/01/2006 at 2:16pm
How'd you injure your knee hoon?
Back to Top
hoon View Drop Down
Moderator
Moderator
Avatar
Guest Gear Expert

Joined: Aug/28/2006
Location: RIGHT COAST
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 5543
  Quote hoon Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/03/2006 at 1:36pm
skiing a rail. LOL.

Edited by hoon - Sep/03/2006 at 1:36pm
2010? More Like 1910
Back to Top
lexravens View Drop Down
Lift Op.
Lift Op.
Avatar

Joined: Aug/25/2006
Location: United States
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 10
  Quote lexravens Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/06/2006 at 6:53pm
Originally posted by brodster

I think the Palmer Platinum should be discussed too!
 
I second that, curious if a board that is half the price of my car is worth the extra cash, be interesting to find out how the solid carbon laminate rides,  I know I never will with a price like that
Can't wait for the white stuff
Back to Top
C4 View Drop Down
Instructor
Instructor
Avatar
aka cnr913

Joined: Aug/28/2006
Location: 21
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 1739
  Quote C4 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov/14/2006 at 10:03pm



Vapor Ė  Where do I begin with this review? This board is simply amazing. The Vapor is Burtonís lightest production board to date and I am a proud owner of the 157 model. The day it was delivered to my house, I was in awe before I even opened the box and knew I was in for a treat. Upon opening the cloth board-condom, I found the sleekest, lightest, best constructed, raddest board I have ever laid eyes on. After mounting bindings and strapping in to throw down some carpet boarding, I found it to be fairly stiff with killer pop. Itís quite hard to believe that the Alumafly core is 90% air and feels how it does. But thatís not all the 2007 Vapor is (or isnít) made of. Add on stainless steel edges (say bye-bye to rust), Sintered WFO base, Carbon I-beam, Multizone EGD, Pressure Distribution edges, a negative core profile, and new for the 07 model, Vapor skin, a pro tip and tail and you have the lightest snow killing machine. A few extras to add to the list would be the sharp looking pin stripping, multi colored sidewalls, a textured ďBĒ on the top sheet, and less inserts than the standard board and then youíre ready to fly away in style.  There are no worries of you have Sasquatch sized feet, this year they introduced the 163W just for you clown shoe wearing rippers. I cannot stop looking at this board. The only drawbacks I see for the new Vapor is the price, the limited stance options, and fingerprints on the top sheet stick out worse than Richard Simons in a biker bar. Iím worried about hitting little rocks, lift line tailgaters, rails, and the elusive board thief when it comes to the Vapor, but since I got a huge deal on it, Iím sure Iíll be taking this thing everywhere and pushing it to the limit. If Keir Dillon is backing this all-terrain machine, what could go wrong?

Pros Ė Top of the line materials, light as a feather, sleek looks

Con Ė cost, worried about base shots, finger printy top sheet.




Edited by cnr913 - Nov/14/2006 at 10:53pm
I break balls.
Back to Top
wiigin_out View Drop Down
Lift Op.
Lift Op.
Avatar

Joined: Mar/03/2007
Location: Canada
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 73
  Quote wiigin_out Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/03/2007 at 7:47pm
i have to disagree with the vapor lovin.  Its a terrible board.  Aluminium cores, while a nice thought, are not a good idea.  The fact that aluminium is a material with no fatigue limit means that it is extremely susceptible to repeated loading no matter how light that load is.  Even the guys at Burton will admit that the Vapor is useless outside the pipe when pressed.  I like that Burton is pushing the envelope but they werent successful with the vapor.  And after even only 25-30 days riding in a season its dead.  Save your money and buy two other great boards for the same price.
I like cheese
Back to Top
brodster View Drop Down
Instructor
Instructor
Avatar
What is there to say-

Joined: Aug/05/2006
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 3067
  Quote brodster Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/25/2007 at 10:39am
Originally posted by wiigin_out

  And after even only 25-30 days riding in a season its dead.
 
I didn't know you had a vapor. Even though I don't think aluminum honeycomb is the best material either, how did you like a board that light. I personally think you should'nt buy boards that are too light. I think there are limits in this realm too, despite strength.
 
Back to Top
wiigin_out View Drop Down
Lift Op.
Lift Op.
Avatar

Joined: Mar/03/2007
Location: Canada
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 73
  Quote wiigin_out Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/27/2007 at 6:44pm
i dont have one i demoed one a couple of times both brand new and after it had been ridden for that amount of time.  plus i know a few gapers who bought them and regretted it.  no matter how good it may be i refuse to shell out that much cash on a stick. 
 
but its definately waaaaay too light.  sounds weird to say but it gets thrown around by every little bump in the snow and in the air u just cant even feel it under ur feet.  the thing is pure death at high speed on anything but the silkiest, smoothest corduroy.  and forget about ice.
 
truly horrible board.  i honestly dont see why anyone would buy one unless their either a big time pipe jock or just want to be able to say they have one.  id prefer to ride a custom and thats really saying something
I like cheese
Back to Top
eastcoastrider View Drop Down
Lift Op.
Lift Op.
Avatar

Joined: Sep/17/2007
Location: United States
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 5
  Quote eastcoastrider Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/22/2007 at 4:18am
Originally posted by Nu-Nu

why do they have to make this board so godly and put it in a seperate black cloth cover... i wonder what the cygnus x2 comes in then?
 
thats funny cause when i bought my baron es it was delieverd in a black velvety cloth it was godly and so is the board
Go BIG or Go Home

Board: Baron ES 159
Bindings: Burton Idiom
Boots: Burton Motos
Jacket: Burton Audex
Back to Top
malatose View Drop Down
Lift Op.
Lift Op.


Joined: Nov/01/2007
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 1
  Quote malatose Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov/01/2007 at 7:01pm
As a Vapor owner, and a midwest rider I have to say that you have absolutely no clue what you speak of in regards of this board. I'm not trashing your riding ability, or saying I'm better or anything of the sort. I've had the board for about a year now, had 27 days on the hill with it.
It's lost absolutely NOTHING in terms of performance since day one. If your familiar with midwest riding we have some of the worst conditions around. Rarely see powder, we're lucky if we have a thick groomed base. Quite used to ice as well. Having said that I love to point the sucker downhill and blaze. It's saved my hide on more than one occasion. The lightweight means it responds immediately to your input, the edges dig in like icepicks on request. Only downside is the price, and I can't quite bring myself to complain about that since I got both my Series 13 vapors free. Long story, I'll recount it if anyone actually cares.
Needless to say Burton customer support ROCKS.
Back to Top
shroomsm View Drop Down
Lift Op.
Lift Op.


Joined: Mar/16/2008
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 10
  Quote shroomsm Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/19/2008 at 1:30pm
i just ordered a burton vapor with p1 bindings.. do you think its a good match?
Back to Top
shroomsm View Drop Down
Lift Op.
Lift Op.


Joined: Mar/16/2008
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 10
  Quote shroomsm Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/20/2008 at 11:32am
hellll yea i just ordered this board but i got the second.. it was 50% off!!!!!! such a great price for such a good board.. i cant wait to ride it with my p1 burton bindings.. 
Back to Top
Dice View Drop Down
Ski Bum
Ski Bum
Avatar

Joined: Aug/19/2007
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 1056
  Quote Dice Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/30/2008 at 6:20pm
Why P1 and not CO2? Just curios cause I'm thinking of similar set-up!
 
Comfort wise, both are similar except CO2 is more stiff.
PEOPLE ARE ALL THE SAME… THEY ALL THINK THEY ARE DIFFERENT!!! -------- GEAR: Palmer Timeless 164, Nitro Haze 156, Burton T6 164, Ride Machete 161W (LE), Burton P1.1, Burton C60, Union Force SL, K2 DB T1 (boots)
Back to Top
shroomsm View Drop Down
Lift Op.
Lift Op.


Joined: Mar/16/2008
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 10
  Quote shroomsm Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/15/2008 at 4:03pm
when i bought my vapor off this site it only came in a cardboard cover.. wats the deal??
Back to Top
The English Butler View Drop Down
Expert Members
Expert Members
Avatar

Joined: May/23/2007
Location: 18
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 1659
  Quote The English Butler Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/16/2008 at 5:52am
Originally posted by shroomsm

i just ordered a burton vapor with p1 bindings.. do you think its a good match?


I ride my Vapor with P1s and love it, people say the P1s aren't super responsive but with a board moving that quick it aint a problem for me and the P1s are soo comfy. Did ride the Vapor with CO2's, I'm not convinced it makes a huge difference I just love my comfort with bindings LOL
More Tea Lord Douglas?
Back to Top
youngun92 View Drop Down
Instructor
Instructor
Avatar

Joined: Nov/04/2007
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 1410
  Quote youngun92 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/16/2008 at 7:57am
Originally posted by malatose

As a Vapor owner, and a midwest rider I have to say that you have absolutely no clue what you speak of in regards of this board. I'm not trashing your riding ability, or saying I'm better or anything of the sort. I've had the board for about a year now, had 27 days on the hill with it.It's lost absolutely NOTHING in terms of performance since day one. If your familiar with midwest riding we have some of the worst conditions around. Rarely see powder, we're lucky if we have a thick groomed base. Quite used to ice as well. Having said that I love to point the sucker downhill and blaze. It's saved my hide on more than one occasion. The lightweight means it responds immediately to your input, the edges dig in like icepicks on request. Only downside is the price, and I can't quite bring myself to complain about that since I got both my Series 13 vapors free. Long story, I'll recount it if anyone actually cares. Needless to say Burton customer support ROCKS.


howd you get them for free?

Back to Top
joyceyboyceey View Drop Down
Lift Op.
Lift Op.
Avatar

Joined: Jul/23/2008
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 7
  Quote joyceyboyceey Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/24/2008 at 7:48am

Can any females that have ridden the vapor comment on their experience? I'm thinking of getting the '08 and am very curious about how easy it is for a female rider to handle this board.

Back to Top
shop_45296 View Drop Down
Local
Local
Avatar

Joined: Apr/15/2008
Location: 22
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 954
  Quote shop_45296 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/17/2008 at 6:22pm
malatose, i'd totally like to find out how you got em free!
Back to Top
spenser View Drop Down
Instructor
Instructor
Avatar

Joined: Jul/23/2008
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 14500
  Quote spenser Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/17/2008 at 6:35pm
cant believe that dude up there took it through the park on rails.







ps - rome design, lightest board out there.  not that weight is an issue.
Back to Top
)(nfinit)( View Drop Down
Expert Members
Expert Members
Avatar
ht sunset

Joined: Sep/28/2007
Location: 9
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 2572
  Quote )(nfinit)( Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/18/2008 at 11:47am
Originally posted by spenser

cant believe that dude up there took it through the park on rails.

ps - rome design, lightest board out there.  not that weight is an issue.


I thought the vapor was more of a street board myself LOL


are you positive the rome design is the lightest board out there?  There are a lot of boards that are within a few ounces of each other.  The real question is, why do you need the lightest board, by a few ounces?  Vapor is sweet.
x_X
Back to Top
Shakazulu View Drop Down
Expert Members
Expert Members
Avatar
Hate Hate Hate Hate Hate

Joined: Sep/17/2006
Location: 16
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 12191
  Quote Shakazulu Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/21/2008 at 6:15am
The Vapor feels lighter on the snow, but they are about the same weight based on the ones I own.  The Design being so much stiffer makes it feel heavier, but both a pretty nice on the knee when riding the chairlift.  My Design is the first year model though, I think the newer ones are a lot lighter.
Back to Top
A4 Snow View Drop Down
Lift Op.
Lift Op.


Joined: Oct/22/2008
Location: Sandpoint, ID
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 0
  Quote A4 Snow Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/22/2008 at 6:27pm
Thanks for what if finally believe may be an accurate review of this board. Although I am desperatly trying to convince myself that this board it the end all, i have severe doubs.  I completley agree with the idea that you belive that aluminum cores are are a great idea however not a good idea.  I do disagree that aluminum does not have a fatiuge limit (if stressed into the plastic deformation zone).........have you ever bent a beer can back and forth until the aluminum parted all of a sudden.  I may be jaded as I used to ride for them (Burton) and forever love and believe in thier products, however I bought the very first generation  T6 and was terribly dissappointed.  That (aluminum core) board would change from camber to rocker with a breath and then back again. Peraps your Vapor was dead after a few turns.........?     Just a quick posting with thoughts off the top of my head.  Let me know what you think.
Because I really care and have some technical background. 
Nothing Beats Audis in the Snow
Back to Top
A4 Snow View Drop Down
Lift Op.
Lift Op.


Joined: Oct/22/2008
Location: Sandpoint, ID
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 0
  Quote A4 Snow Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/22/2008 at 6:40pm
Your spelling sucks.
Nothing Beats Audis in the Snow
Back to Top
A4 Snow View Drop Down
Lift Op.
Lift Op.


Joined: Oct/22/2008
Location: Sandpoint, ID
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 0
  Quote A4 Snow Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Oct/22/2008 at 6:41pm
Thats because I was drinking beers at an engineering refresher school course.  Duh.
Nothing Beats Audis in the Snow
Back to Top
NHrivnak View Drop Down
Ski Bum
Ski Bum


Joined: Aug/26/2008
Location: 18
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 90
  Quote NHrivnak Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/07/2010 at 1:30pm
I can't wait to get my burton vapor! I'm afraid to use it in the park because i don't want to break the edges on rails. Has this happened to anyone?
Back to Top
liljust View Drop Down
Ski Bum
Ski Bum


Joined: Jul/10/2010
Location: 5
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 94
  Quote liljust Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/16/2010 at 10:53pm
Nice board, never tried it, hope to do so. Still the price holds me down.
Back to Top
WhiteGlossy View Drop Down
Lift Op.
Lift Op.


Joined: Aug/25/2010
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 1
  Quote WhiteGlossy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 6:38am
http://whiteglossyundergroundboard.com/2010/08/25/burton-heats-up-the-slopes-already/
Back to Top
Rolz View Drop Down
Local
Local


Joined: May/24/2011
Location: 60
Online Status: Offline
Posts: 14
  Quote Rolz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/27/2011 at 4:31pm
hearing and reading so many good things about this board, love everything about the board except the price!
Back to Top
 Post Reply Post Reply

Forum Jump Forum Permissions View Drop Down


Find Us Elsewherex

Daily Giveaway
Rome S90
Rome S90 Snowboard Bindings

$135.0
Recent Winners
bimmerbrettJosie_Odonmert99512
  • Follow us on:  (view all)





    TruSnow is upfront

© TruSnow - All Rights Reserved
Snowboards
Snowboards View All

Mens Snowboards Womens Snowboards Kids and Youth Snowboards

Up to 40% Off
Bindings
Snowboard Bindings View All

Mens Bindings Womens Bindings Kids and Youth Bindings

Up to 40% Off
Boots
Snowboard Boots View All

Mens Boots Womens Boots Kids and Youth Boots

Up to 40% Off
Skis
Alpine, Downhill Skis View All

Mens Skis Womens Skis Kids and Youth Skis

Cross Country Skis


Mens Skis Womens Skis Kids and Youth Skis

Up to 40% Off On Skis
Bindings
Alpine, Downhill Ski Bindings View All

Mens Bindings Womens Bindings Kids and Youth Bindings

Cross Country Bindings


Mens Bindings Womens Bindings Kids and Youth Bindings

Up to 40% Off On Ski Bindings
Boots
Alpine, Downhill Ski Boots View All

Mens Boots Womens Boots Kids and Youth Boots

Cross Country Boots


Mens Boots Womens Boots Kids and Youth Boots

Up to 40% Off On Ski Boots
Skis
View All SkisView All Ski BindingsView All Ski Boots
Accessories

Up To 40% Off On Accessories
Brands
View All Brands
24/7
2XL
4Frnt
5150
686
Academy
Accurate
Adidas
Adio
Airblaster
Alien Workshop
Almost
Alpina
Alps
Altamont
Analog
Anarchy
Anon
Aquaglide
Arbor
Arctic Edge
Armada
Artec
Ashbury
Atomic
Audex
Avalanche
Axion
Backcountry Access
Baker
Bakoda
Bare
Barefoot
Barewest
Bearpaw
Bern
Big Agnes
Billabong
Black Label
Blind
Bogner
Bond
Bonfire
Booster
Boulder Gear
Burton
Byerly
Capita
Capix
Cappel
Casual Industrees
Celtek
Chocolate
Chrome
Circa
Cliche
Coal
Coleman
Columbia
Connelly
Converse
Craft
Creature
Cult
CWB
DaKine
Dalbello
Darkstar
Darn Tough
DC
Deeluxe
Demolition
Descente
Dia-Compe
Diatech
DNA
Download
Dragon
Drake
Drop
DSO
Dub
Duo
DVD
DVS
Dynastar
Eastern
Electric
Element
Elwood
Emerica
Endeavor
Enjoi
ES
Etnies
Eureka
Eye
F2
Fallen
Fast Wax
FBM
Fischer
Flip
Flow
Fly High
Flybikes
Forum
Foundation
Foursquare
Fourstar
Fox
Fox River
Freestyle
Fresh
FSA
Full Tilt
Fundamental
Gator Boards
Girl
Giro
Globe
Gnu
Gold Coast
GoldCoast
Gran Royale
Gravis
Grenade
GT
Habitat
Head
Helly Hansen
Hitec
HO
Hoffman
Holden
Hubba
Hurley
Hyperlite
Icelantic
Independent
Intense
IPath
Irish Setter
Jeenyus
Jessup
Jet Pilot
Jones
K2
Kampus
Keen
Kelty
Kemper
Kenda
KHE
Kidsnow
KMC
Krooked
Krux
L1
Lakai
Lamar
Lange
Leki
Lib Tech
Liberty
Lifetime
Line
Liquid Force
Lizard Skins
Loaded
Look
LTD
Lucky
M3
M4
M6
Marker
Marmot
Matix
Maxxis
Merrell
Mob
Morrow
Mountain Hardwear
Mystery
Neff
Neosport
Newt Juice
Nike
Nitro
Nitrous
Nixon
Nollie
Nomis
Nordica
Northwave
O'Brien
O'neill
Oakley
Obey
ODI
Odyssey
Omatic
Orage
Osiris
Otnes
Outdoor Research
Palmer
Patagonia
Phase Five
Pig
Plan B
Planet Earth
Pow
Premier
Premium
Primo
Proboardshop
Proline
Protec
Quiksilver
Radar
Rafters
Rainbow
Rave
Rawik
Rayban
Red
Reef
Remind
Remote
Revo
Ricta
Ride
Rip Curl
Ripzone
Rome
Rome - Sierra
Ronix
Rossignol
Roxy
Royal
RVCA
Ryders
S4
Salomon
Santa Cruz
Sapient
Saxx
SE
Sector 9
Sessions
Shortys
Sierra
Sierra Designs
Sierra Sports
Signal
Silence
Sims
Sinz
Skullcandy
Slingshot
Smartwool
Smith
Spacecraft
Spark
Special Blend
Sportsstuff
Spy
SST
Standard
Stepchild
Stereo
Stolen
Stormtech
Straight Line
Superfeet
Supra
Surface
Swix
Technine
Tecnica
Tektro
Tensor
Test Pilot
Teton
Teton Gravity Research
The
The North Face
The Shadow Conspiracy
Thirty Two
Thunder
Tres Bien
Trespass
Tresspass
Troy Lee Designs
Tubbs
Union
Vans
VAS
Vasque
Velvet
Venture
Verde
Voile
Volcom
Volkl
Von Zipper
Vonzipper
Wakeside
White Sierra
Wigwam
World Industries
Xposure
Zero
Forums
Snowboards
View All Snowboards
Mens SnowboardsWomens SnowboardsKids and Youth Snowboards
Bindings
View All Snowboard Bindings
Mens BindingsWomens BindingsKids and Youth Bindings
Boots
View All Snowboard Boots
Mens BootsWomens BootsKids and Youth Boots
Skis
View All SkisView All Ski BindingsView All Ski Boots
Clothing
Accessories
Brands
View All Brands