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Kick up your performance without kicking down the cash.

The Burton Clash Snowboard has been a riot on the white for years. It’s simple, really: all the tech and performance of high-end boards without the shart-inducing price tag. Case in point: the Burton Clash’s Cruise Control technology, which combines a mellow flex with upturned edges at the nose and a directional shape, so you’ll become a mountain-slaying sensei in no time.
  • Directional shape for effortless turning
  • Twin flex for switch stompability
  • Bias React fiberglass for a soft flex
  • Cruise Control tech has upturned edges on the nose and a mellow flex for easy turn initiation without fear of catching an edge
  • Grip and Rip edges are ready to ride right out of the box

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I have some decent Lamer bindings that...

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I have some decent Lamer bindings that have your traditional 4 hole insert pattern. Will they work with a Burton snowboard, or do I have to get different bindings?

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You may be able to fit them, but I would pay a visit to your local snowboard shop and get some compatible disks for your bindings. Great deck and well worth it.

4 5

Recommend

this is my first board and i really enjoy it. it took a little getting use to due from getting use to rentals but by the end of my first day i was going down blue/blacks no problem. great handling and SO much better than rentals. would def recommend for first board. you can also start to do jumps and grinds with it so progression is nice

5 5

this board rocks

I had a blast on this board. I went in the worst conditions for my first time ever on a board and was still able to go down the mountain well after just a few runs thanks to this board. I was linking turns and making it down the mountain without even taking a spill. A little stiff, not real fast but plenty fast enough for a beginner, super easy to control and turn even in bumpy or rough terrain. Great board @ and awesome price.

I'm 5'8" weigh about 140 lbs on a normal...

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I'm 5'8" weigh about 140 lbs on a normal day. I don't have much experience riding (okay close to none) but I'm considering getting a board. A friend suggested 152ish.. Is this a good board for a hopeful beginner and in what size? Also, what's the difference between freeride and freestyle? Is one referring to park and the other all-mtn? Which is which?

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The clash is a great board to learn on as well as to progress with. Freestyle is made for the park, pipe and things like that. Freeride is more of the all-mountian riding. 152 is a good size. Something that is soft is what you should look for.

I'm still undecided on what size board to...

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I'm still undecided on what size board to get. I'm 5'10 tall and weigh 157lbs. I am a beginner but I would like in the future to try out jumps in the park also. So, should I get a 155cm or a 158cm board? Thanks

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Size wise go with the 155. I'm about your size and that is the size i run. Board wise. This is a great board to learn on as well as progressing to more advanced tricks. Great board for a Great price. Have fun with this my man.

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If you're gonna ride a lot of park get the 155.... but if not and your resort has steeps and you may be riding some pow get the 158.... The industry standard for sizing recommendation is that a board should come to between your chin and nose when stood on its end....

I am thinking of purchasing the 155cm board...

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I am thinking of purchasing the 155cm board and I was wondering a few things. I wear size 10.5 shoes so what size boots I will most likely have to buy? Also, I hear from others that I should also purchase a size L Binding instead of M. Will a size L Binding fit the 155cm board ok? If so, any recommendations on what model Bindings to purchase?
Thank you

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For the most part, boots- you wold get a size 10.5 from Forum or Burton. Both of these companies have 1 to 1 lasting. This means that what ever shoe size you are that is your boot size. you may actually be able to size down to a 10. It all depends on how you like you shoes, are they a tight fit or loose. If you get a 10 you can get away with a medium binding. 10 is the cutoff for bindings. Anything bigger is a Large. This 155 has a 25cm waist width. This is wide enough for both a size 10 or 10.5.

I'm a beginner and I've been looking to...

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I'm a beginner and I've been looking to get my own board. I checked this one out and also the Burton Hero. I want to grow into my board instead of just spending on a beginner board and then having to spend money for another board later on. I can't make up my mind so if someone has any advice for me I would appreciate it. thanks

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This board is great for beginners, the contact points are flipped up as to reduce the chance of catching your edge and falling. The hero is an awesome board as well. For the price, it might be worth it to get the hero now. It is a bit more of an aggressive board than the clash, but you'll be ok after a bit.

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if you're looking into growing into your board, i'd go with the hero. it also depends on what you plan to ride. the clash is incredibly stiff but its more of a beginners board, this was my first season and i already outgrew its use and wish i got something a little better.

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I got this board and its a little stiff. If you looking for a beginner board its great but if you want somthing that you can use for a longer time Id choose somthing else. On the upside it does have nice edging.

I'm looking for an all mountain board that...

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I'm looking for an all mountain board that can handle bombing down a hill but also take some jumps too. Not too many jibs or rails. I'm 6'2'', 180 lbs. Would this board in 160cm be what I'm looking for. It seems like it may be a little too flexible as well. If this isnt an ideal board for me, can someone reccomend a board for a good price.

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I think you are going to want a board that is stiffer than this. This is the perfect time to but because everything is discounted. Look at the Custom, if this is too much then check out the Mayhem. I will tell you that if you really want to mob some hills and only want to go fast. It is worth the money to get a board that will respond the way you want it too. One of my favorite Burton boards for that kind of riding is the Custom X. It is on the higher end of the price spectrum though. Check it out and see what your options are. Flex wise, Clash is a 2, Mayhem is a 4, Custom is a 5, and the Custom X is a 7. 1 being the softest and 10 be the stiffest.

What sort of bindings should I get to go...

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What sort of bindings should I get to go with this board? It's going to be my first board and I've just bought a pair of Ride Kuls, size 11.
Should I go burton or ride for the bindings, too?

Thanks

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As long as you are stoked on what you have its all good. I will say the Burton and Forum bindings have a great warranty program in place and get you your product back as soon as possible. Burton and Forum bindings have the best cap straps to keep you toe in place as well as very comfortable.

who would ship this board. And will special...

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who would ship this board. And will special care be taken during shipment.

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A Friend ordered a board last Friday. Came via USPS and was there Monday ! Came in a well protected box in the factory zipper. Not a ding or a scratch on it.

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Mine came in pristine condition and a day early. no body funkin ships like dogfunk.

5 5

Great board

Ive got the 145cm and its totally changed the way i board. ive been boarding for 3 yrs and have used a custom x 152, which was the wrong board for me. the rocker feature on the clash gives me the confidence to try new things like switch and rails which otherwise i wouldnt try for fear of catching edge. if you're just starting out, this is the board for you.

Is this considered a free-style board and...

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Is this considered a free-style board and would this be a good board to learn the sport with?

Is this considered a free-style board and...
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Its an entry level board that you can ride anywhere and do anything on. It has some tail taper to help edge to edge transitions happen very smoothly!

Great starter board that you can take anywhere on the mountain!

4 5

question

is this board good for the park and going of jumps and the pipe

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This board is super nice for jumps and pipe, its got great pop. beware, it is directional so landing those 540s might be a little more awkward than with a twin board.As far as jibbing goes, its a little too stiff.

4 5

great board for great price

if your looking for speed, dont bother with this board, but its an amazing board for other reasons. its not that flexible. its easy to do butters and good on boxes n rails. its super light and the speed control makes a big difference on rough terrain. if your someone that thinks speed control slows u down, it doesnt. the boards great for control and turning. i definatly prefer this board for its price. if u have large feet, the bullets the brother of this board.... but the bullets better used as a bookshelf lemme say. i also prefer the blunt

great board for great price
4 5

Review Title

Clash is a great all mountain board. It's a little intermediate but all around a good board. Park to peak it'll do the job. Jibbing though....meh.... it's pretty stiff for that but it's an awesome board

Unanswered Question

Whats the difference between this board...

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Whats the difference between this board and the deuce and bullet as far as park and all mtn also flex and level of the board like beginner and intermediate etc.