Let's be Blunt, this Burton board rules.
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this board is awesome. i love it. i've only been boarding with it once but going again this weekend but for shure a awesome board
Great board for the price
I got this board, and I have to say I am pretty impressed with it. It is great in the park, and has made a huge difference on my landings. I have also used it during some powder days, and I have not had a problem with it. The flex is just right. I did however have a problem with the binding mounts. For some reason I could not get the 4 hole pattern to line up with my bindings, and because they were so old, I couldn't even get a universal disk to work with my bindings, so i ended up having to get new bindings. It wasn't a huge deal, because I was thinking about getting some anyway, but make sure your bindings will work with this board, or make sure your bindings are compatible with universal disks.
this board is great. It really does kill the park. It was was worth the money i spent
I am skeptical at most everything until I try it for myself and experience it first hand. The price of the board is as advertised far from braking your S78, and gives you tons of cool features that Burton is known for. It's way light, and gives you enough flex to dip in and out without loss of control or speed. Plus the sick slick base eliminates the need for wax. All around I think this is a great durable board for free stylers, as well as a smooth/fast trip for free riders...And That's what Blunt is about!!! Who doesn't want an ALL MOUNTAIN, and I mean ALL Mountain board, along with tearing up the ENTIRE PARK. GET BLUNT, get on your BOX and Ride.
Right - a review from a Burton Rep. That's not biased at all... I've used enough Burton products - there are some that I think are awesome. But this isn't one of them. I rode a Blunt from last year for half a season, and this is the same board - no new technology, just new graphics. I've ridden boards in the same price range that have way more pop. The flex of this board is decent, but by no means that which Burton claims it is - take a look at the Artifact if you're looking for a buttery board. The extruded base is pretty slow... regardless of the conditions. If you're a complete beginner, I don't see anything wrong with this board... but if you've been riding for a while and can tell a decent board from a bad one, and want to get into park, there are much better boards for the price. This board is essentially a repackaged Burton Clash - just more expensive.
These things are selling like quick. A lot of team guys request this board. Its pretty soft and buttery- but still has good olli-ability. Great for rails, boxes, curbs, walls. Really forgiving and fun to ride.