The Hate is an out and out jib board. A soft buttery flex, zero camber, extruded base, twin shape and biax glass reinforcments all mean that the Hate is one easy board to press and manouvre at low speeds. If indoor slopes, rail lines and street sessions are your thing then the only thing you’re going to be hating about this board is that you might have to buy a new pair of Burton ‘channel system’ bindings to ride it!
‘Instant aggression session.’
In case there is any shortage of reasons to Hate this board, here are a few more. Hate it because it now has the direct connection of The Channel. Hate it because it has Flat Top for full-speed stability without sacrificing the catch-free feeling you’d expect from rocker. Hate it because it rides better and is built stronger than most other brand’s high-end models. Until you try it though, you’re just hating for hate’s sake.
Available Lengths (cm):
148cm, 152cm, 155cm, 157cm
Riding Style: Freestyle/Park
Double Chair Package
The Channel *NEW*
BEND: NEW Flat Top
EXTRAS: Jumper Cables, Frostbite Edges with Rail Ready™ Edge Tune, and Flat Kicks
Diecut Base Color Combinations May Vary
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on January 07, 2013 at 01:11 PM
I’ve got the Hate 155 in november and now I’ve tried it in all kinds of conditions, even though I bought it as my park board in the quiver. About me, I’m 23yo, 182cm/6feet and 70kg/155 pounds. Been riding since 2000 sharp. How it handled:
1+ feet of pow With very rare weather, the local usually icy hill got over a feet of pow during a few hours. With strong wind the lee side had well over 2 feet of heavy Scandinavian powder. Floatation of the board was ok, but the softness made it very slow and heavy in turn initiation. Though powder wheelies required barely the hint of the movement :) 3/10
Sweet freshly made piste Quite good at lower speeds. Super fast side to side. Unstable at higher speeds. 5/10
Hard pack - hints of ice Surprisingly grippy for a flex 2/10. Score:4/10
Light blue - dark brown ice Slippery nightmare 0/10
Buttering Super fun! 10/10
Jumps, smaller Forgiving. The stiffer tail can manage bigger landings than the nose 8/10
Jumps, bigger Haven’t tried
Rails Zero camber felt solid 9/10
As the soft park board I bought it for it is great. Having fun in lower speeds just messing about is the quality I was looking for. I would also recommend this to anyone new to snowboarding or anyone experienced who wants to start jibbing.
on January 07, 2013 at 01:15 PM
Bah, separating by hitting the enter key was a blunder, didn’t work for the score lines. Sorry for the annoying text.
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