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Elevate.

Spark up the Burton Blunt Wide Snowboard and take your riding to the next level. Burton gave this twin-tip deck the V-Rocker and Cruise Control Technology to give you a soft and buttery trick-landing combo for the park, while the triple-rocker design and Pressure Distribution edges gives you tons of control, more pop than an AR-15, and make it practically impossible to catch an edge.
  • Fly Core with Negative Profile offers thinner sections of core between the bindings for a softer flex and torsion
  • Biax React fiberglass features a jib-friendly low torsional flex and a forgiving feel
  • Slantwalls absorb impacts and add durability
  • Pressure Distribution Edges extend out slightly beneath the bindings for crazy edge hold
  • V-Rocker negative camber gives you tons of pop, stability and catch-free fun
  • Twin Cruise Control Technology combines a softer flex and mellower edge-tune for a catch-free and fun ride

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should i go with this board or the k2 www?...

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should i go with this board or the k2 www? im confusedddd

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They are pretty similar boards. The Blunt originated as an affordable soft park board while the WWW was developed for street riding. Both boards have now gone towards a more mixed riding style. I still think of the WWW as a more jib friendly board with it's flat base center opposed to the Burtons v-shaped one.

All in all I think you can safely pick the board that appeals the most to you in both design and brand. I personally would go for K2, they give great value and have never let me down.

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k2 for riding the parks

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very flexible and has good pop....and its super cheap

should i go with this board or the k2 www?...

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should i go with this board or the k2 www? im confusedddd

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this one is amazingly fun... haven't spent too much time on a www.

Hey will my Ride LX bindings fit on this...

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Hey will my Ride LX bindings fit on this board? I have a crap board called the morrow radium and its so stiff that you cant even press it after a full year season. Is the Blunt gonna hold up on 30+ foot jumps? I wanted to get an artifact but I'm not going to ride a pink board.

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Hey Scott, the Blunt is definitely a more "progressive" snowboard. You can probably bomb a 30ft kicker but 40ft and above; I would not attempt unless you're a sick rider. I won't feed you a bunch of b.s. but I don't really know if your Ride's will fit on this board. I did a demo on a Blunt a while back....it was a great board for the money and I could ollie all day with her. Very snappy, not super light-weight, but seriously, for the money, it's a great board. Hope this helps bro! Board safe.

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YES! Your Ride LX binding will come with a disk that will work on the board.

The blunt will hold up no problem on 30+ foot jumps. You'll be stoked movin' on from that Morrow.

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What Ryan said is true. They will fit now problem. This board is pretty fun. You will be stoked.

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I'm about to order that, dude I'm so happy. and I bet i can get at least $50 for that Morrow at a ski swap. I know that it's gonna have pop because my friend cleared a whole 25foot box with one. too bad we tried to film it and he clipped his nose and broke his collarbone.

Hi there,
I´m interseted in this board.
Would...

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Hi there,
I´m interseted in this board.
Would you accept $250 for the board.
Also do you ship to Argentina?

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Sorry, no overseas shipping and price stands as is.

Its an awesome board for the price!

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Pay the price, get a friend in the states to buy it for you.

4 5

Really good

really good, I hardly ever catch an edge with it and it has a reall loose soft feel.

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I'm 5'10, 150lbs, used the 153 wide last year and loved the v-rocker compared to my older blunt versions. All around good board, hit up every area of the mountain and it did well.

what is more important. a very good board...

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what is more important. a very good board with a regular bindings? or a regular board withe a very good bindings?

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you need a good board, bindings can be a pain in the a__ when they break or because they are heavy or not comfortable but a junk board will hold you back and not allow you to progress.

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Go with Bindings, you can make the board work, but if your bindings hurt your feet your day is done. Your feet have to be comfortable. Boots are the most important, then bindings then board.

Write your question here...I have size 14...

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Write your question here...I have size 14 feet and im looking at this board and im not sure what sizes i need so i need hlp!!

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most important thing is not foot size but your weight. If you're over 180 lbs you'll *need* a 159cm board at least, if you're over 200 lbs you'll need bigger than that.

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thnx im 140 pounds and im just not sure if i need big waist width or anyof that ? so maybe a 156cm?

How do I know if I need a wide snowboard...

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How do I know if I need a wide snowboard or not?

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its usually a good idea to ride a wide when your boots are size 12 and up

5 5

sweetness

this board is pretty freakin awsome major steeze if your looking for a good board get this

5 5

Sweet ride

I've had this board for about two weeks now and so far it's been riding amazing both in the park and off. The v rocker makes it great for spinning on rails and boxes and with the cruise control you barely ever catch edge. the only down that i've had so far is that the bottom scratches really easy other than that its all around a great board and completely worth the money