Toeside Terrors Test: The Burton Cheetah

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The Burton Cheetah, part of the Family Tree, was EXTREMELY FAST and perfect for our powder-hound of a super hero, Mr. Anonymous.

The Real Deal:

Pros: I rode a powder board on slushy groomers, and to my surprise, it was amazing. Wide nose, good edges, and amazing pop. Riding off jumps and side hits was no different than riding other boards, and I actually found the tail to be more responsive than some of the rail boards I rode.

Cons: The board is heavy, and you can’t ride switch that easily (but it is a swallow tailed pow board, c’mon now.) I never got to ride it powder so it is really impossible for me to say how it rode in the terrain it was designed for. When landing flat on groomers, it was a little harsh on the knees, but hopefully if you own this board, you will get to actually ride powder with it.


Why is Mr. Anonymous so awesome? Watch this to find out!

  • upstatemike.



    Can’t wait for powder. Hopefully you all have been doing ur 1 legged wall sits!!!!!

  • Robbo

    nice, but who wants to buy boards like this?

  • ralph

    @robbo people who want to shred like samurai cheetah’s.

  • Pedo-Dino


  • Tim Horton

    You think yobeater’s would waste money on a powder specific burton board?

  • Souled. Cha ching.

  • Jim

    You need to test it out after a big dump at ski bowl!

  • sluicebox

    @jim no stay away from skibowl after a big dump it is terrible go to meadows instead. thats where all the blazers fans go so it must be the best

  • a

    Any aZns sign off on the accent? Because I’m a little uncomfortable with it.


    ^Yea at first I wasn’t sure if I should be offended, but ninjas are usually asian anyways so its whatevers.

  • Becks

    Sensi Becks say “Peace be with you, brother san.”