Burton Hot Stick Iron 2013 - 2011 Review by The Good Ride

The Burton Hot Stick Iron is a little more expensive than other Irons in its category but we feel it’s worth it. I’ve had this for years now and it does a great job.

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All the other irons are made small so they will work for Ski’s as well as snowboards.  We like that Burton made a big iron specific to snowboards and love them.  Other than the iron’s size the Burton Hot Stick doesn’t have anything else that the competition doesn’t but that is enough for us.  We have had no problems in the years we have owned the Hot Stick and prefer it to any other low-end iron out there and we have waxed many many boards with it.

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