2014 Burton Nug Snowboard Review

Average Rating:


Freestyle boards are designed for doing tricks in the park

Twin - symmetrical allowing rider to ride regular or switch

Medium - responsive yet forgiving for progressing riders

Rocker - a playful forgiving feel with plenty of float

Our Price: $420.00

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Ian R.'s Review Rating:

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Hey, this is Ian. I just got done riding this Burton Nug in a 150. I give this board 5 out of 5 stars. It's geared for your intermediate, freestyle rider and what makes this board actually very unique is it's actually supposed to be ridden 8 to 10 centimeters shorter than most boards due to the tech that it has, which is squeeze box, which is actually a beefier version right underneath the feet, side effects, which is actually a little bit elongated side cut, and you have what's known as jumper cables, which is carbon up in the tip and the tail, that actually just gives you a little bit extra boost. It does have a little front feature of a scratch & sniff base that actually does smell like pine trees. Once again, this board, I give this 5 out of 5 stars, geared for your intermediate, freestyle rider.


Luke V.'s Review Rating:

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Yo, this is Luke. I just got off the Burton Nug. Overall, I'd give this board a 4 out of 5 stars. I was really impressed with the Nug this year. Thanks to the Nug Raduction, you can ride a lot shorter board, it's really fun for the park. You can throw it around really well and it's got a lot of low swing weight. It's super buttery when you need it to be, but yet has that really pop kick that you need when you ollie on and off of things. The board was really fun and it impressed me a lot, it'd be great for anywhere from a beginner to a more advanced-intermediate rider. This is the Burton Nug. 4 out of 5 stars.


Tyler M.'s Review Rating:

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Hey guys, Tyler. I just got done riding the Burton Nug. Took a couple laps on it, I'm going to give this board a 4 out of 5. It was super fun. Burton does this really awesome thing with this board, it's called Squeeze Box Technology. Basically, it takes a normal board and compresses it into a shorter board. So, I could ride it at a 42. Normally, I would ride a 53, rides exactly the same, so it's way lighter, way more fun, very playful, excellent board overall.