Price US $419

Burton Deja Vu Review And Buying Advice

Burton Deja Vu 2013 - 2012 Review by The Good Ride

The Burton Deja Vu is for those that like the concept of the Burton Fortress but want something a more mellow.  It has the same shape and same similar specs but it just isn’t as stiff or aggressive as the Fortress. It’s not as crisp and snappy but it’s still a pretty responsive, stable and springy ride.

It’s very close to having a twin shape and it rides on the excellent side of good when going switch.  The blunted nose and tail do improve the boards ability to ride bigger than it’s size while looking pretty cool. The Burton Deja Vu Camber is for that intermediate to advanced someone who wants a mellow camber all mountain approach to the mountain. The Burton Deja Vu’s only real weaknesses is powder because a camber board just points down and you have to fight to keep it up. At this price it might be possible to afford the Burton Deja Vu camber and then get a fun rocker or hybrid board for powder or mellow soft/slushy snow days.  All in all the Burton Deja Vu Camber is a fun do anything board for someone who has a new path every day on the mountain. The 2013 is pretty much the same as the 2012.

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Riding Style

All Mountain

Riding Level

Intermediate - Expert

Available Widths

Women's

Manufactured in

China

Shape

True Twin

Camber Profile

Traditional Camber

Stance

Setback -12.5mm

Approx. Weight

Feels Normal

On Snow Feel

Semi-Locked In

Turn Initiation

Medium

Flex

Medium/Soft

Edge Hold

Medium Snow

Powder

Average

Carving

Good

Speed

Good

Uneven Terrain

Good

Switch

Great

Jumps

Great

Jibbing

Average

Pipe

Good