Question about Burton Stria Snowboard 2008
Posted by Anonymous on
You're situation is not uncommon. I have dealt with bases de-laminating like this several times in the past and it is usually always due to something causing the glue to become brittle and fail. Whether this due to wear and tear will depend on the condition the base is in. If the base is all torn up and has gouges along the edge of the rails then no one will take it seriously because it could have been water damage. If, however the base is in good condition then you should still have a chance of getting it warranted. Contact Burton or better yet contact your area sales rep, explain your situation and your loyalty to Burton (even if its waning a bit now) and ask them what they can do. If they are cool they will at least hook you up with a really good discount on a new board. Also if you ahve a good shop near you (or better yet the one that sold it to you) then go in and see if they are keen to help.
I always fought for people in your situation so with a little luck you will fond someone else who wants to help too.
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
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