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Just to be safe though, don't ask the Blunt how you look.

Born without the dishonesty gene, the Burton Blunt Snowboard never sugar-coats anything but your landings. This true twintip, true rocker board doesn't have the slightest idea how to tell a lie. Forget about catching edges - it won't happen. The Blunt was designed to make you look good in the park, and it will.
  • Tapered tip and tail thickness reduce swing weight
  • Soft flex and mellow edges for forgiving landings
  • Thinner core between the bindings for more natural flex

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Hello,

Very new to boarding (done a few...

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Hello,

Very new to boarding (done a few days and loved every minute!) and I'm looking at buying a board and bindings.

I am 6.1, weigh 180 pounds and just purchased a pair of 11.5 Ozones (so 10.5 with footprint reduction tech).

I am looking at buying a Burton Blunt, maybe the 158cm, but I noted that maybe I should be getting a board over 160cm, and I am right on the reccomended 180pounds. Should I go for the 159cmWIDE or the 162cmWIDE instead?


And would Burton Mission EST Snowboard Bindings 2011 suit this board?

Cheers in advance, I am getting super excited to get back to the mountain!

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First the only reason to get a wide board is if your boots hangover the edges far enough to drag. a wide board compared to a regular is like your grandmothers cadillac and a ferrari. the wide boards are less responsive and heavier.

Second length of the board depends on what you want to get out of the board. I'm 6'2" 165lbs and my fun board is a 153cm and my powder board is a 162cm. Don't worry about length too much but be very careful to go wide. The rocker boards should allow you to downsize a couple cms without sacrificing stability.

Third misson bindings are very solid and will offer good response in all mountain riding.
good luck and good riding!

First the only reason to get a wide board is if your boots hangover the edges far enough to drag. a wide board compared to a regular is like your grandmothers cadillac and a ferrari. the wide boards are less responsive and heavier. <br/>  <br/> Second length of the board depends on what you want to get out of the board. I'm 6'2" 165lbs and my fun board is a 153cm and my powder board is a 162cm. Don't worry about length too much but be very careful to go wide. The rocker boards should allow you to downsize a couple cms without sacrificing stability. <br/>  <br/> Third misson bindings are very solid and will offer good response in all mountain riding. <br/> good luck and good riding!
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Burton Blunt

This board worked great for me. Im 5'7, ~130. and the 147cm rocked my snowboarding experience for me

Would this board fit with Union contacts...

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Would this board fit with Union contacts????

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Hey,

Yes, you'll just need to get the proper baseplate from Union or a local shop.

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Union will be able to provide the discs needed. You should have no problem.

thnks for all the answers u guys r awe...

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thnks for all the answers u guys r awe some. im getting ride contrband 2010/11 and looking into a size 142. how heavy would that be?? i read that the top layer peels very easily ive seen this with the custom also is it true????

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Possibly on some older models, but I have not seen or heard of this in the last few seasons. The board is going to be nice and light at a 142. However if your looking at a metal binding that is going to add some weight. You may want to look at a Custom or a Cartel binding. Any binding made of metal is going to damage quicker and be heavier. Believe it or not a plastic binding is much more durable than a metal binder any day. Whatever way you choose you are going to have a blast.. Get out and shred..

how fat (heavy) is this board. im sick of...

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how fat (heavy) is this board. im sick of heavy boards i donut need an ab workout every time i do a three

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Depends on what bindings your rocking. Otherwise this board is a real dream. The higher you go in the Burton line the lighter the board. This is a super durable board that is great in the park. With continuous rocker between your feet and in front of your feet towards tip and tail creates catch free playfulness and improved float. Better get it while the getting good only 9 left in stock.

is the board compatible with the ride...

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is the board compatible with the ride contraband 2010/11

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"Sure is"... Now Go Get Your Shred On!!!!!!!!!!

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No bueno

I got this board about 4 years ago and used it for 1 season before getting rid of it. I didn't like the camber of it, and I was kinda tired of having a massive BURTON on the bottom of my board. Flexability on the board is actually pretty good, but I can't stand the v rocker.

Older Model

Older Model

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I got this board about 4 years ago and used it for 1 season before getting rid of it. I didn't like the camber of it, and I was kinda tired of having a massive BURTON on the bottom of my board. Flexability on the board is actually pretty good, but I can't stand the v rocker.

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Beginner Board

I bought this board last year from a friend, and I would have to say that it was ok. I have shredded for almost 12 years so far and i would recommend this for a beginner who shreds in the park all day. O
Overall flex is about a 3 i would say.

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BAD do not buy

i recently purchased this board and the second day out shredding in QC my Bottom layer letter peeled off. I was very disappointed and thought to go with a different brand. so after dealing with all the ***** warranty business i bought a DC PBJ 159 W best board i have bought and i love it so jibby and flexxy omg i love it.

i want a board that can hit jumps well,...

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i want a board that can hit jumps well, but can also fly down the slopes, mostly in North Carolina so its pretty icy but im stuck between this board the youngblood and the manual what do u guys think?

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This board is mostly a flex board for jibbing, but I hit 30's on it last year so it'll get the job done.

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This board is mostly a flex board for jibbing, but I hit 30's on it last year so it'll get the job done.

hey i wanna get a burton blunt but not...

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hey i wanna get a burton blunt but not sure on size i am 5"8 and 130 i dont know what cm i shud get. please let me know thanks

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The 147 or 151. If you are going to grow or if you like jumps and pow then get the 151. If you are just into jibbing then run the 147.

I was just wondering what size board i...

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I was just wondering what size board i should get. I am about 5' 7" and about 115 pounds.

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I would go with the 147 because of your weight. This board will be a great park and jib board. It is really fun in the Park as well as mountain.

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I agree with Lyman for the most part. If you only jib and ride park I think the 142 would be better, but the 147 is best for all mountain riding.

Hi, could anyone tell me what kind of...

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Hi, could anyone tell me what kind of bindings works with this board? Only those with EST can be fitted?
And, if anyone can suggest me a good binding that can be paired with this board, I will really appreciate it.
Thanks!

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Hi Lyman,
Thanks for your quick reply. But are you sure that the EST bindings do not work with the Burton Blunt board? Because I saw in the "Burton Boards Lookbook" from the Burton website two combination of a Blunt board and a Malavita EST binding.
And the thing is that based on that "look book" I have ordered the Mission EST bindings and now I am scared that they will not fit on the board.

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blunt

I like burton alot, but their non chanel(est compatible) boards this year have not been great in my opinion. the board is very lght , but the edging is not very good and i find that it was restricting my pop of jibs and jumps. overall if you are a beginner that wants to start in the park this board will do but as an advancesd snowboarder i do not recomend this board

i am 6 foot 145 lb. love the park what...

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i am 6 foot 145 lb. love the park what size should i get?

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The 151 if you like to jib more than jump. If you like both then the 155 would work too.

I'm 5'4 and 115 pounds, does the 147 sound...

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I'm 5'4 and 115 pounds, does the 147 sound good?
Is this board good for jibs?

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Yes the 147 is a great size for you. The blunt is an awesome jib board, great for small jumps and rails.

I wear an 8.5 boot and weigh 135 lbs, will...

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I wear an 8.5 boot and weigh 135 lbs, will the 153w be too wide? Will it be hard to ride or will make much of a difference? Also was wondering if it will be better in powder. I'm getting a good deal on one. Thanks!

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I wouldn't ride a wide, you don't need a wide at all. The normal 151 will be perfect for you. I would run that all day long. The blunt is a great board, it is a whole lot of fun.

hey im 5'10 135 pounds is the 155 cm the...

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hey im 5'10 135 pounds is the 155 cm the right size for me or should i get 153cm somewhere else?

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Na, the 151 is your perfect size. It is a great board and you will be stoked on the soft flex and feel of this deck.

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great board

I used to have a 2008 Burton Clash (155cm), and it was great - but unfortunately I broke it on a rail. I have only been doing this for 2 years so i am a relative beginner but so far I really like the 2011 blunt. To a beginner like me it feels very similar to my clash. The biggest thing was that it took a little getting used to because this time I got a 158cm. Rides really nice though.

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