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Like a springboard for your shred skills.

Burton designed the Clash Snowboard to make it easier than ever for new riders to enjoy snowboarding. The new EZ-V rocker shape and Cruise Control edges all but eliminate edge catches, so you can spend less time on your butt and more time perfecting your skills.
  • Slightly tapered EZ-V shape combines the catch-free feel of rocker with the turning ability of a directional board
  • Biax fiberglass layout creates a soft, forgiving flex
  • Cruise Control tune uses a mellow bevel to reduce edge catches
  • Includes a free lesson and lift ticket redeemable at select participating resorts in Burton's Learn To Ride program

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Im 5'8", 160-165, 10.5" foot. Would the...

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Im 5'8", 160-165, 10.5" foot. Would the Clash 155 work for me or is that too big? Im a beginner.

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No that size is fine for you. Great board to learn on for sure.

So im a newcomer to snowboarding and i...

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So im a newcomer to snowboarding and i cant figure out my board size. I'm 5'5" 135 lbs. 14. Any suggestions?

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A 147 would be a good start. I don't think I would go smaller and you could go up to a 150. It depends on where you would like to ride. Park, Powder, groomers. That will affect the size.

im 5'8 about 100 lbs with size 10 boot im...

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im 5'8 about 100 lbs with size 10 boot im 14 what size board should i get and should i go with M or L bindings thanks.

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Medium bindings, and you can ride the 139 if you are stuck on this board or check out another board that has a size around 142-4 just so if you gain weight you will still be able to ride it.

I'm 5'11, 160lbs and wear a size 11 boot....

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I'm 5'11, 160lbs and wear a size 11 boot. Should I go with the Bullet or Clash? People at stores here say the Clash if I can find it, but that a Bullet would work also.

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The Bullet is the wide version of the clash, you will be ok with the clash but the bullet would be better.

Im looking at getting the 160 clash and...

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Im looking at getting the 160 clash and am not sure what a good binding to throw on there would be. I am also size 12 boot so should i get large or xl binding? Would the burton triad bindings work well size 10-13+ even though i have different brand boots?

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Check the sizing on the bindings. For burton you need a size L/XL (one size). For anything else just make sure it will fit a size 12 or larger. Any binding that isn't made for burton's channel will fit this board. You can use any bindings with any boots, doesn't make any difference.

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Large Triad bindings will fit your boots no problem. And they will fit on this board as well as long as they are not EST.

im kinda stuck between this board in 158cm...

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im kinda stuck between this board in 158cm or the burton hate in 155 or 157, im 5'10-5'11 and weigh around 180lbs. i havent been rhode in a few years any one have suggestions?

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Yes go with the clash, this will be a better ride for you. The Hate is made to be a straight jib board, the clash will ease you back into riding. It has great technology that will help you become more comfortable again on the hill.

i wear a size 12 boot, and i am around 6...

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i wear a size 12 boot, and i am around 6 foot and weigh 165, should i go with a wide board or regular?

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Wide board is the way to go. If your boot is over a 10.5 you should be on a wide.

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Perfect for beginners!

I'm 6' 155 lbs with a 10.5 boot. I've had the board for three years and it's amazing. I learned how to snowboard on this board. I'm beginning to ollie and learning how to butter and the board is keeping up with me. The flexibility is good and the control down the mountain is outstanding.

Perfect beginner board.

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Perfect for beginners!

I'm 6' 155 lbs with a 10.5 boot. I've had the board for three years and it's amazing. I learned how to snowboard on this board. I'm beginning to ollie and learning how to butter and the board is keeping up with me. The flexibility is good and the control down the mountain is outstanding.

Perfect beginner board.

I'm 6', 205 lbs, and wear size 11 boots;...

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I'm 6', 205 lbs, and wear size 11 boots; just starting out. What size board do I need? I'd like something that's easy to ride and very forgiving...

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I would run the 158, you could get the 160, but since you are just starting I would go with the 158, a bit smaller, the EZ V tech of the board is going to help you out a lot as well. Great board to learn on.

I'm 5'11 and 150 pounds. What size board...

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I'm 5'11 and 150 pounds. What size board should I go for?

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The 155 or the 151. If you are going to stick to groomers you could get the 151 if you want to go all over the mountain then run the 155

Hi, I'm a beginner and am about 6ft and...

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Hi, I'm a beginner and am about 6ft and just over (90kg about 92kg or so) Does anyone know if the 160cm will be able to handle my weight. Looking for a decent all mountain board that will be able to perform well under a range of conditions. I thought that I should be looking for something 161cm-162cm. If anyone has any suggestions for a decent beginner board that would be great. Liam

Hi, I'm a beginner and am about 6ft and...
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The 160 will be a good size for you. This board has solid tech for beginners that make it a lot easier to ride in all conditions, the EZ-V raises the contact points to help prevent catching your edges. You will be stoked on this board.

What is the biggest foot size to go with...

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What is the biggest foot size to go with the 155 size?

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A size 11 would be too big. You would need a wide if your boots are bigger than 11.

My son is a youth (11 years old) but he...

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My son is a youth (11 years old) but he has a men's shoe size of 8 so youth boards are out...would a 139 in this mens Clash be too much board for him...he is upper beginner/lower intermediate

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The clash will not be too much board for you son unless he is really light, If he is around 80 lbs then you should be fine.

I'm 25, so unfortunately I'm done growing....

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I'm 25, so unfortunately I'm done growing. If I go with the 151 will heel/toe drag be a problem for me with my 10.5 boots (they are 2007 Burton Shaun Whites)? Also, how is the Clash as a park board compared to the Burton Hate or Blunt?

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The Hate and the Blunt are great soft boards that are awesome for pressing and butters. They are really fun, the Hate is one of my favorite boards.

If you boots are 2007, it may be time to get a new pair. The majority of 2011 Burton boots have shrinkage technology, this means they have built every boot on a size smaller outsole. So a 10.5 boot has the foot imprint of a 9.5. This will substantially eliminate toe/heel drag.

All three of these boards are really soft and forgiving, the Blunt and Hate are made for riders who like to focus on park/street style of riding and the Clash is a beginner board designed to allow a rider to learn/progress quickly and easily. If you upgrade your boots the 151 will be fine. I hope this helps.

I'm 5'7", 155 pounds, 10.5 boot and I'm...

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I'm 5'7", 155 pounds, 10.5 boot and I'm wondering if I should go with the 151 or 155 on this board. I spend about half my time in the park, but am looking to use this all over the mountain. I am leaning towards the 151 since I prefer a smaller board, my question is would it be wide enough for me? It looks like the 151 would take a medium binding, and my 10.5 boots could fit into a medium binding, but I am worried that there would be toe/heel drag.

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Go with the 155. It will be a bit bigger for you now but I think you'll grow into it. You will need a Large binding with your 10.5 boots. You could get the 151 if you think you won't be growing, but I think the 155 is a better board for you.

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I am 5'8" 183...

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Write your question here...
I am 5'8" 183 pounds, ski at the same place - Mountain Creek, mostly icy conditions - crowded small hill resort.
Had the Ride Decade wide board at 158, but it was too heavy not responsive.

I wear a size 11 boot, like to carve down the mountain - spinning, jumping and riding in the woods, enjoy the ride between trees.
What is the best 151 or 155 for the Clash?
Been at this 5 years, but at 61, can't do it everyday.

I'm 5'7.5 - 5'8 and weigh about 130. What...

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I'm 5'7.5 - 5'8 and weigh about 130. What size should I get?

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The 145 or the 151 would be the best size. If you are just learning, Go with the 145. The smaller the board the easier to learn on when on groomers. If you like riding powder then get the 151, or if you want to grow into the board then 151 is the right size.

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Ok thanks - will my old Ride Preston bindings be compatible?

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Clash

The Burton Clash is a beginners dream come true for many reasons. The first is the price. Great for the amount of tech you get with this deck. The second is the tech;

The Clash has the EZ V shape, it has rocker in between your feet then right out side your bindings. The nose of the board also has turned up contact points to be more forgiving and less catchy. The tail is tapered 3-6mm depending on the size of the board.

The Clash really forgiving and easy to learn on. It takes away all the fear of catching an edge, and just leaves the fun of riding. Lets face It, snowboarding is all about having fun.

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Clash

The Burton Clash is a beginners dream come true for many reasons. The first is the price. Great for the amount of tech you get with this deck. The second is the tech;

The Clash has the EZ V shape, it has rocker in between your feet then right out side your bindings. The nose of the board also has turned up contact points to be more forgiving and less catchy. The tail is tapered 3-6mm depending on the size of the board.

The Clash really forgiving and easy to learn on. It takes away all the fear of catching an edge, and just leaves the fun of riding. Lets face It, snowboarding is all about having fun.