Burton Bullet 2009

February 3, 2009

By: Scott Briggs
SnowboardReviews.com

Boston – The 2009 Burton Bullet Snowboard is a great inexpensive, wide, all-mountain snowboard that is designed for all conditions and all riders.  I see this board for someone who is a one weekend a month warrior that has had the same board for the past 8 years, does not want to break the bank and loves to hit it all.

The 2009 Burton Bullet

The 2009 Burton Bullet

The big difference in the 2009 Bullet from past is that it includes the Cruise Control technology, this is the same tech I told you about in the 2009 Burton Clash.  Cruise control basically has played with the angles of the edges on the board and the flex to make it more forgiving and easier to turn.  This is the type of technology that can make a good rider even better and let the newbies learn to love to ride faster.

Overall the Burton Bullet provides one of the biggest bangs for the buck on the market.


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Comments

9 Responses to “Burton Bullet 2009”

  1. Andrew on October 12th, 2009 2:18 pm

    I am a beginner looking to buy a new board. I want an all around board that could also handle all terrain parks and the occasional rail. I was looking at the Burton Blunt ’09 and the Burton Bullet ’09. I am torn between the two because the bullet claims to be a great all mountain ride but can it handle a rail? The Blunt is a tough board for rails but will it be two hard to ride outside the park? Any advise?

  2. Brandon on October 18th, 2009 8:24 pm

    I have a bullet for sale for 250 dollars used for half season, email me at brandon_c_10@hotmail.com

  3. James Phillips on October 24th, 2009 8:04 pm

    andrew, the bullet can do jibs and rails, the only question you have to ask yourself is what size are your boots? if they are over 10 get the bullet, under get the blunt

    (the bullet is a wider board and you will have toe and heel drag with size 12 boots on the blunt)

    other than that they are similar rides

  4. Anders Franz on December 28th, 2009 6:31 pm

    This board is awesome! I got it last night for only $209 at Clark’s Snowsports in Rancho Cordova, CA.

  5. chris on January 6th, 2010 7:34 pm

    i got the bullet 2009 , gone riding 4 times with it and only bin on the mountain 6 times , its a great board to learn with

  6. GG on January 9th, 2010 2:17 pm

    Its a good all around board although its a bit sluggish at turns. But I think it was designed for fresh powder…its amazing how it almost controls itself in the deep end. Well worth the money.

  7. Goncas on February 28th, 2010 11:04 pm

    Hi,
    I read a lot about this one and I liked it.
    My question is if it would be good for me as my boots are just a 7 ?
    It won’t’ gonna be too wide ?

  8. ProBoarder on October 18th, 2010 10:43 pm

    This is a great board it has a slightly larger nose than tail so it floats in powder good best back country I’ve owned. The only bad thing is I used it about 6 time and the edges get dulled on your heel side fast when going down steep icy hills where you stay on your heels

  9. Daniel on January 23rd, 2011 8:48 pm

    Hi, I have a question about this board. I got it at a pawn shop for $190 and rode it for my first time today. I noticed people saying it was a good board for people with 10 or over boots. I am a size nine and a half and I think it is good. Would bindings affect the boot size? Or are you talking about a specific binding pre installed? Because when I got it, it came without bindings and I got Burton Custom Bindings for it. Does this have an effect?

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