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The Burton Clash Snowboard is all systems go. Burton designed the Clash with a fun and forgiving flex that absorbs the shart on the hill and softens the impact in the park. Rock the Casbah all over the mountain with Fly Core technology, which thins the core directly under your feet and creates more freestyle flex and torsion. A Lightspeed Vision Base provides a wickedly quick ride, even without wax. - Fall 2008.

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what does this board come with

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what does this board come with

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Just the board, no bindings.

i have a size 12 foot should i buy a...

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i have a size 12 foot should i buy a mid-wide or wide board?

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Having a size 12 pretty much pushes you into a full wide board. It is always good to be safe.

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wide for sure. i have a 12 as well. i use a wide. it works out nice

hey if I'm 5"10 175 pounds and riding...

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hey if I'm 5"10 175 pounds and riding back country whats a good length to buy... i have a 163 and its fast but too long...

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I need a top freeride board which is not to heavy to carry. I am 185cm and 70 kg top rider.

If I wear size 13 boots, can i ride this...

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If I wear size 13 boots, can i ride this board without any drag? or should i just look into a wide board instead?

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158, maybee. Def not for the 151 or 145.

I've been ridin for a couple years now and...

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I've been ridin for a couple years now and think its time to get a board. I'm an intermediate rider and i think the clash is a solid choice for me because I'm still developing as a a rider. I'm 5'8, 170lbs and have generally been ridin 151's when I rent, but I'm looking to ride more powder so I'm not sure if i should stick with the 151 or go with the 155. Any suggestions?

and if you have any other boards to recommend that'd be tight too

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It depends on how much powder you plan on riding in contrast to park riding. This board will be good for a developing park rider, but if you're more all-mountain oriented, or more powder specific, this board won't cut it where you're going.

Either way, if you want powder, a longer board will be better; the 155's a good idea. As far as this board's performance in the powder... that may be shaky.

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clash sucks, go custom, supermodel (great for pow...no park tho!), jussi, jeremy, un...inc, farm or operator. and thats just burton.

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Entry lvl board

The clash is an entry level board. It's a great value for beginners but the riders usually outgrow it's capabilities within a short period. A friend of mine purchased one after his first week of snowboarding. I took it into the terrain park one day to check out it's flexibility. I ended up snapping the tail behind the back binding when I had to butter a landing on a 360 it worked out for him b/c i gave him my 3 year old custom....The board has the tendency to fold like a wet noodle when extreme pressure is applied. Any advanced rider would prob tear this stick to shreds, but....it's a great intro board and a great value. Personally, I would just buck up and buy a higher end board if you're looking to ride for the long term.

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Let's Clarify

Everyone else is talking about how great this board is. I want to clarify that this is an ENTRY LEVEL BOARD. I do not recommend it b/c after a few seasons, you will quickly outgrow the capabilities of this stick. I've been riding for 16 years now, and I took my friends clash into the park to check out it's jib potential, it folds like a wet noodle and I ended up snapping the tail behind the binding landing a 360...it worked out for him b/c I gave him my old custom and he's progressing by leaps and bounds on that thing. I don't recommend this board simply b/c you will outgrow it. But if you're looking for value, then it's not bad.

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Excellent value

This is a great board for the price. Fast, carves well, and up until the last day of the season (REALLY SLUSHY), never caught an edge. Good feel underneath you...haven't taken it into the park tho. I had rented up until this spring season and felt an immediate difference and definite improvement in my skills all from having a solid board beneath me. Would recommend for beginner/intermediate. I'm a female, 5'11 and the women's boards didn't come long enough - I went with a 158 and love it.

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what does this board come with?

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Burton Clash

Moved up to the 155 from a smaller size and the only trouble I have had is getting used to the difference in spacing my weight. Once I got used to it though, loved the new board. The flex is perfect for absorbing shock from landings as well as making the tight turns in the backcountry. GREAT buy.

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Great board for beginners

One of the best beginner boards on the market!!!!!!!!

how do I know which end of my snowboard...

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how do I know which end of my snowboard is the front portion? I ride with my left foot forward

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when you look at the board up and down...like the writing on the board is right side up...the top of the board is the front

hi, i was wondering if any experts can...

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hi, i was wondering if any experts can gimme some advice.i started snowboarding this year and i want to buy my first board.i was debating between the gnu chb mtx or the burton clash. i can't make up my mind.. both seems to be really good.. but which one is really worth the money and long run?

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im no expert but the gnu is basically better...the flex will hold up better on bigger runs (when you start doing them in time)...and the construction is more durable, definitly worth it in long run...this board is a little wimpy and isnt very special besides the fact that its good for beginners. -so basically, the gnu will be a little harder to progress on, it wont be as forgiving as the clash, but as you progress you will catch up to the board quickly-where as on this board as soon as you start moving up in difficulty of runs, you will get sick of the lack of control you have, this will just bend and flex under you and not give you any feedback or support when you need it on bigger runseveryone feel free to elaborate on my answer

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I would go w/the gnu in a heartbeat.... cyrus has hit the nail on the head, I snapped my friends 162 clash in the terrain park, (it was his first year and he just wanted instant gratification) but he got a good deal, he paid 150 so not a total loss. In fact, I gave him my custom to make up for it. As you get better you will end up leaving this board behind and regret dropping the 2 bills on it...trust me....

P.S. Mervin Mfg makes awesome boards!!!!

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sweet ride

i cant believe how well this board handles. my first run down the mountain, i was blowin all my friends away. its not the fastest board out there but it definately ranks up at the top especially for the price. it will also really surprise you how well it handles sharper curves even through the icier parts of the mountain. i would recommend this board to anybody

I was wondering if the clash was a really...

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I was wondering if the clash was a really big board.

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it depends on what size you get...are new to the sport? backcountry has a tool on the left side of the snowboards page to help you size urself up a board, just refresh if it doesnt come up the first time

Ok well i love the clash model i just...

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Ok well i love the clash model i just wanted to know wat size is best for me cause im 5'2", wear a size 9 boot, and i weigh about 100lb so wat do i need

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Depends on how you ride and what conditions you like to ride in. I would probably suggest a 145 or somewhere in that area. That is a decent happy medium if I were to go solely off your size and height. If you like riding mostly powder, possibly add a cm or two for more gliding surface area or possible growing room if you're younger. Good luck!

I am looking at buying the Burton Clash,...

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I am looking at buying the Burton Clash, but not sure what size to get. Have been snowboarding about 3 times, but picked it up pretty quickly. Probably classified as intermediate or advanced beginner. I am about 5'11" to 6' tall, and about 180-185 pounds. The salespeople were telling me I should go with the 155, but that seems a little small to me, especially if I want a board I can use as I get better. Which is the better choice, the 155 or 160?

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The size of your board is really based off personal preference, specifically in certain terrain and weather conditions. Generally speaking, a longer board can perform better in powder, as they have greater surface area, however, the speed, precision and overall maneuverability are not a great as as shorter board. I would think about where and how you like to ride, and if it's in the park and haulin' down the slope, maybe go for a 157. If you find yourself enjoying the powder days, then look into a slightly longer board at 160. But I would talk to a couple of specialists when you're fitting your self to your board. I have always gone into a pro shop and explained what I wanted, told them to pick the top three boards that met my needs and I would either demo them or pick the one I liked the best. Good luck and I hope this helped!

Hey I was wondering if this would be a...

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Hey I was wondering if this would be a good board for me. I've just started snowboarding about a few weeks ago and I love it. Though I'm definitely not an expert. I'm really just a beginner. I'm also only 13 so I was wondering is this would be a good board or if I should buy a kids board. Though when I go snowboarding and I rent snowboards they usually give me a 150 in length. Dunno about width though.Anyways I'm a 5'5 in height (well around that but I'm not exactly sure) and I weigh around 110 pounds. I wouldn't be shredding pipes and any expert things with the board though. Just casual snowboarding down a hill. So if anyone would have any suggestions if I should get this or not then that would be great.

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Burton is a great choice for those who are just startin, and even the ones who have been ridin for years. I acually started with the Clash. If money is a problem though, i wouldnt go with burton. As you progress, youl see that spendin tons of money when you just start out is unnecessary. at least, thats how it was with me. But if money isnt a prob then this board is perfect. It dont have all that tech in it that you dont need, and its at a reasonable price for what you get. And its an all around board, which means you can explore what you like the most- pipe, park, pow..then go from there. I would recommend the 151. I hope this helped even a lil cuz im like 16 and have been ridin for only 2 years and still am not an expert on snowboards yet..i just know that you can't go wrong with Burton....ever.

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I think there's a lot of other circumstances you should consider that could help to you deciding....first how close do you live to the mountains? Will your parents be able to drop you off on the weekends? Do you only get to go once a year? If you only get to take the yearly family vacation, I would wait...you still have a lot to grow, and by the time your 15-16, you will have outgrown this board. With bindings and boots, you will end up spending more than you would if you rented a good couple of demo boards. When you're a little older and not growing so much would be the time to buy a board. Especially after you've gotten a feel for the type of riding you want to do.

But, if you're able to go often, and really just want your own board, Then I would prob go a different route. B/C you will soon outgrow the capabilities of this stick. Hope that helps :-)

What is the board width across? Where the...

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What is the board width across? Where the bindings would be set up? I'm ordering this for my boyfriend (160), he's 6'0" and 185 lbs. He wears a size 12 shoe and he wants a wide board, so there's not so much overhang. Would this board work?

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You want to look at the waist width measurement. With his physical description something with a waist width of at least 26.0cm would probably be best. With this in mind, the Burton Clash may not be the best choice.

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Great Board for All-Mountain Use

Loved my Clash, ig=t got my through waves of powder, lots of crud, and handled a lot of the abusive runs i would take. If your looking for a board to ride in the park 24/7 then this isnt for you, but if you wanna go fast, rock some terrain and hit some jumps now and then, all for a good price then you've found your board.

how do i know what snowboard size i need....

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how do i know what snowboard size i need. I have only been riding for a few years and i do the parks as well as just carvin the mountain side. Im 5'8" and 190lbs so its hard to look at the charts that recommend a size. Thanks

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Rally the 158. The 160 would be better for cruisin' the mountain in general, and the 155 would be better for the park.

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