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Burton  Maker:  Burton
 Category:  Snowboard
 Model:  Cruzer
 Year:  2006
 Price:  $299 (MSRP)

4 Stars Based based on
7 votes and 2 reviews
Spec:
Lightspeed Vision Base
Fly Core
Biax Fiberglass
Slightly Tapered Shape
Negative Core Profile
139/145/151/155/160
Burton Cruzer, 2006
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Progression has never been smoother. Built to give riders confidence, the Cruzer is the best choice for quick progression. With a mellow flex and stable feel, the Cruzer is built to tear through any terrain it encounters and the tapered shape equals effortless turning in all snow conditions. The best quality and value in all-mountain snowboards today, the Cruzer delivers fun and durability in a low-maintenance package. Also available in wider models, the Cruzer Wide makes it easier than ever for riders with large feet to jump to the next level.
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by edam19 on 06.04.2009
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Strengths: It was my first board, brought it second hand and it has been great, really nice to ride. it has progressed from a complete novice all the way through to getting great airof ramps, great mountain board as used it loads on the mountain, and great indors too.
Weaknesses: None realy, fora beginer - intermediate board it certainly looks after you and helps u progress
by Anonymous on 01.22.2007
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Strengths: pretty damn sick
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Progression has never been smoother. Built to give riders confidence, the Cruzer’s mellow flex, soft torsional forgiveness and stable feel make it the best choice for quick, pain-free progression on all types of terrain. Built to tear through any condition it encounters, the tapered shape equals effortless turning. The best quali... More»

by Anonymous on 02.21.2014
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Strengths: I bought this board used online, `twas my first. Cheap board ,fun to beat up.
Weaknesses: Ridden on the east coast , it could not handle the ice. Beware of icey groomers , it rides nice in powder though.



by Los on 02.04.2014
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Strengths: I`m 40, weigh 230lbs and wear an 11.5 boot. This board is like a `78 Olds Delta 88 -you float in and out of turns. If you get into a rhythm, cross under turns can feel jumping on a couch. It`s thick but flexible which is a nice combination when you`re dropping out of the sky. I have had the ski patrol give me a whoot when I avoided them and a downed rider at 10pm, so it can perform high speed maneuvers in icy conditions.
Weaknesses: It`s very soft despite it`s thickness so it can get squirrely on heavily ridden terrain. If you decide to slow down using a high speed skidded turn expect a lot of chatter and vibration back to your feet; however the sound is impressive so it`s good at warning skiers to say out of your way.



by Anonymous on 12.11.2013
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Strengths: very easy to use
Weaknesses: heavy



by Spiz on 07.16.2012
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Strengths: Very good beginner board, great turning edges and very confident ride in most the conditions I took it on (included; piste, off piste and jumps in freeze/thaw).
Weaknesses: I was hesitant to push it after the first few days, due to it`s instability at high speed and dangerous unpredictability in high speed turns. However this is still an ideal beginner board.



by on 01.15.2012
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Strengths: This is an awesome board. I have always been a fan of burton and I always used their LTRs and decided I needed a board of my own. With the LTR I found out I needed a board more on the powder side. Anyway, that is why I decided to choose this board. It`s so awesome and it`s rather easy to get pops and do grabs with it`s camber in the park and make it look easy to my friends and it`s suprising in the trees manuvering. And on groomers, don`t get me started with it`s grip.
Weaknesses: It`s a directional board so a little harder to go switch but I`m fine with it because I don`t go park all the time.



by Anonymous on 01.15.2008
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Strengths: as a beginner, i bought a used cruzer from a friend for a very low price. this board was unbeleivably easy to ride, and if it wasnt for this board i probably never would have learned to ride. previously i owned a k2 pill and when i switched to my cruzer it was an amazing difference. i love this board!!!
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by spnmilhaus on 09.17.2006
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Strengths: very forgiving in all terrain types, great control and feel
Weaknesses: set back binding location makes it harder for beginners to feel comfortable riding switch stance, but hey they all gotta learn somehow...



by Anonymous on 08.04.2006
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Strengths: powder easy to carve fucking great board !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Weaknesses: wtf there are no waknesses of this board



by Anonymous on 02.03.2005
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Strengths: The Burton Cruzer is a great board for people like myself who are looking to advance their skills easily. I love how smooth the ride is and how easily I can carve down the slopes. This board is definitely a keeper.
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by Anonymous on 01.11.2005
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Strengths: Well, I was plesently suppressed with this board, my bother bought this board a week ago so I took it for a test run, handling is good, it fairly light and reasonable price. I would definitely recommend… BTW graphics are awesome…
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by denver303 on 07.30.2008
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Strengths: This board is great for beginners as it is wide and very flexy, so it gives that first timer the confidence they need to progress. Its pretty stable but I wouldn`t recommend it for intermediate or advanced riders. I used it for half of my first season and it worked pretty well for me, it was super easy to pick up riding because I had the wide model and that gave me a lot of stability. Once I was comfortable with going faster and pointing my board straight down the runs, I had to upgrade because it was too soft and not very stable at higher speeds.
Weaknesses: Not good for intermediate or advanced riders, too flexible and not stable at high speeds, but its a great board to learn on!!!