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Spark up the progression session.

Elevate your freestyle game with the soft-flexing, jib-ready Burton Blunt Snowboard. The V-Rocker profile and Cruise Control edge tune add up to a fun, forgiving ride that's ready for locked-in presses, effortless butters, and catch-free spins. Ideal for every one from freestyle first-timers to experienced rippers on a tight budget.

  • V-Rocker profile lifts your contact points out of the snow for fewer hangups and better float in the deep stuff
  • Frostbite edges extend slightly outward at the binding mount zones for extra edge grip to balance out V-Rocker's loose feel
  • Cruise Control edge tune for fewer hangups, with Rail Ready bevel for catch-free jibbing
  • Biaxial fiberglass for a soft, forgiving flex, with carbon Jumper Cables underfoot for extra ollie/nollie power
  • Twin shape and flex for equal-opportunity shredding both regular and switch
  • Extruded base is low-maintenance and easy to repair
  • Dual-angle 10:45 sidewalls resist damage from rails, rocks, and stumps

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5 5

Awesome board.

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So light, rides beautifully.

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im 6' 200lbs. what size should i use?

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im 6' 200lbs. what size should i use?

6' 150lbs what size board for this model?...

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6' 150lbs what size board for this model? also I have size 10 feet; will I need wide?

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I'd recommend the 158 for your height and weight for most uses, it just won't be super awesome in the park. As far as your shoe size, you'll be right at the cutoff (~255mm in the width), but shouldn't need a wide board.

6.3 190 lbs. want a cheaper park board....

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6.3 190 lbs. want a cheaper park board. could i rip the 155?

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If you aren't hitting a lot of huge jumps, I'd say the 155 would be a good jib board size for you. If you have big feet you might run into some issues though...

im 5.6 and weigh 120. what size board would...

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im 5.6 and weigh 120. what size board would i use.

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The 147 will probably be the best size for you. You could size up or down a size as well, but I think for all mountain riding to the park the 147 will be the best.

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Cost effective rail ready board for your jibtastic rider. V- Rocker and the addition of cruise control helps your progressing rider with less hang ups and more fun.

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So, I just purchased this board but haven't ridden it yet. My previous board was a traditional camber (which I actually hadn't ridden in like 5 years) I don't ride in the park, currently 36yo and the most I would do is like a 180...lol, and just wondering if this board is good for my style, i.e. just getting down the mountain?

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Badfish this is more of a free style board. get an all mountain board. those have more stability and are usually longer