Larger than average boots need wider than average boards - the Ride Burnout Wide is exactly that. The wider waist helps to reduce boot overhang and toe drag caused by larger boots on a regular width board. Park, street, pipe, powder or groomers - whatever you want to ride, the Burnout Wide does too. Industry pros love the pop and response of the Twin Hybrid Camber profile with Flat Kick Tips. The Roll In and Popwalls Slimewalls give the board superior strength and stability with reduced weight. Throw in Carbon Array 5 Laminates and Cleave Edge Steel and you have ridiculous response with unmatched resistance to edge cracking. The Burnout Wide was built to shred it all from first chair to last and also features a new custom graphic by Sketchy Tank, so it's even more BA than before.
Twin Hybrid Camber
Roll In Slimewalls
Carbon Array 5 Laminates
Cleave Edge Steel
Flat Kick Tips
2015 Good Wood Award Winner
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Howdy guys, Dan back here. Just hopped off the Ride Burnout. This thing was a blast, I'd give it 5 out of 5 stars. It's for your intermediate, closing in on advanced park rider for sure. This thing is real poppy and it's got great edge hold. But to really take advantage of the board you've got to put it through some high speeds. If you're looking to hit those bigger features progress your park riding and take it to the top, this board is the perfect tool for you.
Hi I'm Trevor. I just got off the Ride Burnout. I give this board 4 out of 5 stars. Really fun at mid to high level, all-mountain freestyle rider can hop on this and have a great time. Nice and stiff kind of between the feet so you can kinda take it up to some higher speeds, go off some bigger features smaller features. Really, really fun board to mess around on. 4 out of 5.
Hi my name is Riley. I just got off the Ride Burnout. I give this board 5 out of 5 stars. It's a really hard charging park board. The carbon in it makes it hold an edge super well at high speeds but it's still soft enough to go rip through the park and it can hit boxes and rails. So overall it's a killer board. 5 out of 5.
Hey I'm Mike. I just got off the Ride Burnout. I give this board a 4 out of 5 stars. This board would be good for somebody who kind of wants to go all over the mountain and just kind of play around. It's got a little bit of stiffness to it but it's not too stiff. So you can go and take it in the park and it's not going to throw you to the ground if you make a mistake but it holds a really, really good edge. You just want a good board to ride all over the place, this is a good one. 4 out of 5.
Hey this is Ian. Just got done riding the Ride Burnout in a 158. I give this board 5 out of 5 stars. This replaced Ride's Buckup from last year so this is their advanced park board. Very stiff but at the same time very maneuverable. Can cruise on groomers, you can even feel stable at higher base speeds. But this thing shines in the park. I mean, you can really load this board up, especially to the Carbon Array 5 and the Pop Rods that you'll find within this board. But once again, 5 out of 5 stars Ride Burnout.