- Price: €550
- Category: All-Mountain
- Sizes: 142, 146, 149, 152
- Flex: 6.5/10
- Shape: Directional Twin
- Profile: Camber / Combo
- 3D: No
- Base: Sintered
With its seal of approval from the queen of halfpipe Kelly Clark, the Feelgood has been a staple in the Burton women’s line for more than twenty years. It’s been upgraded and modernised over time as befits a snowboard of its status but remains true to its roots as a dedicated all-mountain deck for experienced rippers.
With its directional twin outline and availability in both surfy Flying V or poppy camber the Feelgood is leading the charge for resort riding.
“With its directional twin outline and availability in both surfy Flying V or poppy camber the Feelgood is leading the charge for resort riding”
Who Is The Burton Feelgood For?
The Feelgood’s main strength comes with its adaptability across varied terrain, so if you’re the kind of rider who likes a bit of everything then buckle up. Although like any all-mountain snowboard, the Feelgood will be beaten by something more specific when push comes to shove, so if you’re mega powder hound or an out and out park rat you might want to consider a full on freeride or freestyle option.
It can be a bit of a beast in terms of both speed and reactivity, so we’d push less confident riders toward something a little more mellow.