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Burton  Maker:  Burton
 Category:  Snowboard
 Model:  Chopper
 Year:  2007
 Price:  $159 (MSRP)

4 Stars Based based on
4 votes on 2017-07-29 21:49:05
Lightspeed Vision Base
Biax React Fiberglass
Negative Core Profile
Small Fly Core
True Twin Shape
121, 126, 131
Burton Chopper, 2007
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Season after season, on any terrain, the Chopper® gives groms the confidence they need to destroy whatever is thrown their way. Built based on years of testing and fine-tuning with kids, the Chopper features all the on-hill advantages our pro riders demand, but with a kid-friendly flex that makes progressing fast and fun.
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by Anonymous on 11.04.2011
Strengths: Last year was my brothers first year snowboarding and he used this board I bought it for him for 110$ i think he advanced so much faster because of this board he was carving by the end of the week and in the park by the end of the season it is definitely a great bored if your just starting out riding and allows the beginner intermitiat stage to not only be fun and enjoyable but to move at a fast pace. This is a great board for the little groms

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by toomanyboards on 04.08.2011
Strengths: This is THE board for young riders. First timers have a blast on this board; it is virtually catch-free. My 6 year old was riding boxes with this board (the 110cm version) after just 3 days on the mountain.
Weaknesses: This board can develop bad habits; kids will have a harder time adjusting to a more typical base profile.