Price US $599

Burton Cheetah Review And Buying Advice

Burton Cheetah 2013 Review by The Good Ride

The Burton Cheetah is a throw back to the powder boards of old with traditional powder camber.  It’s basically an old fish with a cooler tail and less taper.  Actually there isn’t too much taper. It’s just enough to let the tail sink a little easier than the nose.  The Burton Cheetah won’t be for everyone but those old schoolers that want to get more pop than your average powder board with rocker or hybrid board the Burton Cheetah will be a good choice.

This is set way the fu$$ back so it’s all about off the tail riding in the deep stuff.  It’s only one size though and by far the best for a mid size foot. The nose is pretty big and turned up that it’s almost like a very mellow s-rocker.  For us S-Rocker boards do a better job in powder for the average rider but many expert old school riders still prefer camber over anything else. They like the challenge and are very technical.  They have learned how to keep afloat by planing.  For 95% of the riders you will most likely enjoy an S-Rocker board like the Barracuda but 5% out there will get your rocks off on this old school super surfy ride.

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Approx. Weight

Feels Light

Riding Style

Powder

Riding Level

Advanced - Expert

Available Widths

Mid/Wide

Manufactured in

Austria

Shape

Tapered Directional

Camber Profile

Traditional Camber

Stance

Setback over 20mm

On Snow Feel

Semi-Catchy

Turn Initiation

Moderate

Flex

Medium/Stiff

Edge Hold

Medium Snow

Powder

Excellent

Carving

Great

Speed

Great

Uneven Terrain

Good

Switch

Poor

Jumps

Good

Jibbing

Poor

Pipe

Average

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