Burton Feelgood ICS

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Burton Feelgood ICS

You can buy the Burton Feelgood ICS at these women's snowboard shops:

The House 559.95 419.95 Details
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Burton Feelgood ICS Reviews

- Jen: 5' 3", 107 lb, 140 cm snowboard,

I'm 5'3 and about 107lbs and I have the 140. This boards alright pretty flexible but not the fastest. Fun in powder & glades. Ok for park, my board was 2 small so I felt like nothing was strapped to my feet while in the air. IF you are my size don't get the 140 get the 144 I regret it terrribly. I actually broke this board recently so you do the math. EST Bindings are ridiculous I have those zebra Lexa ESTs and they are total crap and i broke a few parts of them within the first month, maybe I just ride too hard but I consider this board one that may not be able to handle you.

- snl:

This board actually does what I tell it to do! It doesn't get "squirrley" when riding really fast and it is nice and light for getting air. It has gotten a lot of love from me this season. The ICS set up is cool because you can really custom fit your set up to exactly how you want it. I have 2006 escapades and they work really well with it (non EST). My only complaint is durability but I am also really hard on my board so maybe I am not the best source. I am so glad that I invested in this board this season, it has really allowed me to advance my riding to the next level. It also has a sick graphic, I am constantly getting compliments.

- Rose505bud: 115 lb, 154 cm snowboard,

I work up at a ski resort on Mt Hood and while I have the capablility to demo other boards for free I've stuck with this one all season. It's light and easy to rotate around if you're doing tricks and though it's directional I can rock it pretty easily while riding switch. I love, LOVE the channel system so that when I need to adjust my stance for powder I can do it much quicker then my friends. The graphics that appear when it get's in the snow aren't worth writing home about...I still haven't figured out which ones appear as it's such a minut detail...but I didn't buy this for the special graphics! The only downside to this board is that I can't throw my 115 lbs around enough to make it really pop in the park...but then again, this isn't technically a park board, I just make it go where I need too: powder, groomers, trees, kickers, pipe...this board has no problem keeping up with me :0)

- Girl:

I'm 5'3 and about 107lbs and I have the 140. This boards alright pretty flexible but not the fastest. Fun in powder & glades. Ok for park, my board was 2 small so I felt like nothing was strapped to my feet while in the air. IF you are my size don't get the 140 get the 144 I regret it terrribly. I actually broke this board recently so you do the math. EST Bindings are ridiculous I have those zebra Lexa ESTs and they are total crap and i broke a few parts of them within the first month, maybe I just ride too hard but I consider this board one that may not be able to handle you.

- AevieSnow: 5'5, 124 lb, 149 cm snowboard,

I've ridden this board for two years now, and I'm pretty sure I'll cry if I ever break it. Amazing board!

- rem209: 5'6, 149 cm snowboard,

This board is awesome. I love it. The EST system is great and has the best responsive of any board I ever rode. After my 1st run I was saying it felt like I was floating on magic. Before this I rode the Burton Feather (a beginner board). This board is def for the intermediate to the more advanced rider, but you can take it anywhere: steeps, groomers, and park!

- inksofmemories: 5'4, 110 lb, 147 cm snowboard,

i'm 5'4 and weighs around 110lbs. i got this board in 144 and paired it with 2009 escapades. before i got the board, i rode the burton feather. what a difference! it was so much more responsive and playful too! i was able to press with it a little. i wish i had gotten the 149 instead since this would be the board for me to carve with. i wore some pretty cheap and wrongly fitted boots (with inches of heel lift!) with the setup but it still performed well. other than the retail price, i can not find anything bad about this board!

- seyheeya: 5'8, 152 cm snowboard,

This is the first board I bought as a beginner and it's taken me through all types of terrains as I progressed. Camber makes it pretty stable even in very icy conditions and it has a good pop that is also good for parks! Though, it's a bit heavier than I expected, but it may also be because I bought a 156 which is recommended for my height and weight, but it's still heavy for jumps. All i all, I will be keeping and using this board for many more years. It's the go-to board for all conditions!

- inspektagadget: 147 cm snowboard,

I rode this board for a couple of seasons. Great camber board for all mountain riding. Solid in all conditions. Okay to jib, good pop (very solid in comparison to today's no camber market). Also ventured into the pow with not too many troubles. Of course not as floaty as a dedicated pow board- but does the trick, especially with the channel system meaning you can move the bindings back in seconds. Make sure you have the right bindings for this board! Good go anywhere board.

- moonshadow: 5'4, 115 lb, 143 cm snowboard,

I rented this board on a trip last winter and had a great weekend! It made all the difference. It felt heavier than most other women's boards I have used (which seemed odd), but it rides like a dream. I felt myself able to easily turn and carve using this board and I felt much more in control. It is really easy to just point the tip where you want to go and get there. A solid board for anyone!

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