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For hard-charging big-footers.

Burton built the Blunt Wide Snowboard to be as burly as a tank and gave it a soft, buttery flex to help you and your big feet throw down with style on every rail or box you encounter. A negative core profile on this twintip lets you nose and tail press like you always imagined you could, and a low swing weight helps you get in that 270 onto the rail. Burton used an easy-to-maintain base to save you from all-night P-tex sessions and still give you enough speed to hit the big park kickers or gap your neighbor's car. Burton's new rail-ready edge tune lets you slide without hangups. Best of all, the Blunt Snowboard won't bleed you dry if you ride hard enough to need a new board every season. *Available for US Shipment Only. *We can't control which color base you get. But we're confident you'll be stoked. - Fall 2008.

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I weigh 225 and im lookin to get my first...

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I weigh 225 and im lookin to get my first board and thinking about this one...
any other suggestions?

4 5

Thumbs up on the Blunt!

Pretty nice board for the price. Good pop pretty flexy and the wide is good for those sasquatch dude's with big feet. Great graphic overall whatever one you go with so you wont be disappointed.

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I bought this board last year for my first...

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I bought this board last year for my first board. used it on wisconsin and it was fine but that was a lack of powder. I'm bringing it out to keystone this year to use for all-mountain. will it be able to handle the more powder runs?

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I am looking for a board for those crud...

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I am looking for a board for those crud days when its groomers and some kickers in the park. I am looking at 50 yrs old but have surfed and skated forever and boarded for 10 years and mostly ride big mountain on a 168 or a 172 and will charge most anything but no massive hucks as I tend to break. Oh and I need a wide base as I have boats for feet. I ahve Burton, Salomen and K2 in my current quiver.
Thanks

4 5

Not bad

I got this board last year for the end of season discounts. Not bad for the sale price, its definetly not a custom. But if you want a Burton to tear apart on the streets this gets the job done well.

would this board be good for a 3rd year...

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would this board be good for a 3rd year rider that likes boxes, rails, any size jump and tree runs?

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In all fair honsety i have been rifing for around ten years and in my experience just about all burton boards are over priced junk. you're better off getting a ROME, Flow, or even Rossignol. You are going to save a few bucks along with getting more quality. with burton youre paying for the name

I like this board but i was wondering if...

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I like this board but i was wondering if 159 would be big enough for me...im right around 200lbs

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You would probably be ok. It's definitely at the smaller end of the spectrum of boards you could get. I certainly wouldn't go any smaller. And it is a wide board as well, so it does have a little more surface area than a regular board to distribute your weight better. Not much of a difference, but it is some.
I weigh 165 and have ridden a 156 before, which is as small as "they" say I should go, and felt fine. So I'd say you'd be ok. Go for it!

5 5

Great Board, Great Value

With me living in Michigan and the economy the way it is i needed a relatively cheap board. This was the answer, it handles everything with ease, its a little bad in powdery conditions but other than that i can ride every thing from double blacks to the park.

how long does it take to receive gear...

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how long does it take to receive gear through ups. i live in washington state so.......................?

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I live in WA too, they ship super fast. You could have your gear in as little as 3-4 days.

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When I was having stuff shipped to Washington (Walla Walla, I was at school there), it took 2 days, even for big stuff. Order before noon MST on monday, get it in the mail on wednesday. It's fast. That includes a pair of skis.

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super fast, always within 3 days at my door here in washington...and dont bother with 3 day or 2 day or next day shipping cuz even the "economy 7-14" day shipping is ALWAYS at my house in 3 days or less after submiting the order, BC got best turn-around and shipping times in the biz

5 5

Love It

Great both in the park and on the trails. Nice handling easy to carve with fun to grind with. Awesome price fast shipping would buy from again.

Does the Blunt Wide only come in 159 and...

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Does the Blunt Wide only come in 159 and 156 or is there a 157 or 158?

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this board was only produced in 153, 156 and 159 sizes

how well will burton custom bindings work...

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how well will burton custom bindings work on this board

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they will go together like PB&J (samenalla free), like salt & pepper, like two peas in a pod, and any other cliche' you can think of...ur customs will work with almost any board, ESPECIALLY burton ones

shipping to china how much>?

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shipping to china how much>?

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Im pretty sure it cant be shipped outside the US, but look under "shipping info"