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Burton  Maker:  Burton
 Category:  Snowboard
 Model:  Bullet
 Year:  2007
 Price:  $299 (MSRP)

3 Stars Based based on
8 votes and 2 reviews
Lightspeed Vision Base
Biax React Fiberglass
Sidewall Construction
Negative Core Profile
Fly Core
Dualzone EGD™
Slightly Tapered Shape
154, 159, 164
Burton Bullet, 2007
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Don’t let your big boots be a drag; step up to the wider waist width of the Bullet™. An evolution of the wide ride, the Bullet features a slightly tapered shape for rapid fire response and enhanced float in fresh snow. From first turns to dropping lines lesser riders fear, the Bullet offers high-caliber performance that won’t leave you, or your toes, hanging.
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by Anvil on 11.13.2012
Strengths: what type of bindings and disks are used for the 2007 burton bullet 64 ?????????
by Anonymous on 12.03.2009
Strengths: jumps ok but my 24/7 mountain board gets better air
Weaknesses: horrible control while riding, board starts to shake if you go to fast

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by Anonymous on 04.10.2018
Strengths: You can ride this platform everywhere. The bindings that comes on the board are pretty good Stable for sure, makes ridding goofy easy.
Weaknesses: A bit heavy, seems to slow down a bit at times even after a freah tune up and waxing.

Bullet 2008
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by JohnAK on 10.30.2010
Strengths: good stopping, even on steep slopes at downhill speed. easy to maintain in the air after a jump. Accerate on direction.
Weaknesses: a litte too heavy for my taste. not quite enough speed or acceleration as a board should get. hard work for maneuverablity especially.

by Anonymous on 04.03.2010
Strengths: great in the park a good for long park runs
Weaknesses: i suggest going up a few cm if downhill is more your style speed is an issue with this board

by Anonymous on 10.27.2009
Strengths: good for spins and rails and the park
Weaknesses: not always the greatest for downhill boarding