Hello, this is Clemens Millauer and we
are doing a little board check today! Here I have the Burton Paramount. I ride the board in 158. It’s a camber board, it’s a little bit stiffer. I think it’s still good for
pressing, just ride it a bit longer and with some
tighter bindings. And I think it’s just an extremely cool board because you can use it anywhere. So one can ride it in the park and it’s really cool in powder too. It’s a little wider than, for example, the Free Thinker. That is, if it’s a little slushy or if there are some more difficult conditions, you still have some pressure on the edges and do not get stuck so easily with the boots. I, for example, have a 43 boot, and for this size the board is perfect. Well, I’ve never actually had a moment where I couldn’t ride the board. Especially on a kicker. But if you’re a little bit advanced, then you can use it
properly, because it doesn’t easily yield. And you can make safe landings that might be a little bit “tail heavier”. And you’ve got a pretty good pop. I love that because I ride mostly slopestyle. And
when it’s spring and I go jibbing, I haven’t actually found a reason to
change the board yet. I actually ride it all season long. I can really recommend this board, and I’m sure that if you’re a little bit
advanced or stand quite stable on the board and need a proper edge hold, and also want to ride larger kickers – then I think it’s the best board for you, together with the Free Thinker. You can choose. I like the look of the board very much. So, I can only recommend it to everyone and if you buy it – have fun with it!