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Progressing should be fun.

Running out and buying the ultra-stiff pro-level powder tool, park slayer, or race weapon isn't the best idea for someone who's starting out in snowboarding. You'll wind up with banged-up knees, a sore ass, and a heap of frustration. Burton designed the Clash to take your riding from zero to hero without killing you in the process.

  • Continuous V-Rocker forgives the occasional sketched landing and floats in the pow-pow
  • Mellow sidecut for easy, predictable turning
  • Soft, forgiving, twin flex makes turning easy and won't hit you with any surprises
  • Extruded base is easy to tune and repair
  • Fly core is Burton's classic tip-to-tail wood core, which is constantly refined for optimized flex, feel, pop, and strength
  • Cruise control edge tune provides catch-free carving for fewer fly-swatters

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What type of beginner-intermediate board...

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What type of beginner-intermediate board should I get? I've been out a good 10-15 times, I'm pretty good, but still not a pro. I would prefer under $250 if possible. I would also like to know what size to order, as I am 5'3, 105 lbs, and have a size 9 foot. Thank you!

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I would recommend a Lib Tech Skate Banana. It's a versatile, beginner-friendly all-around great board. And it will continue to be as you progress. You'll be looking for a board in the 144-149 size range.

What would be the best Beginner Board for...

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What would be the best Beginner Board for me? I went last year for my first time to copper mountain CO and had a blast. Im 5'10'' 155lbs shoe size 11 if that matters. Thanks!!

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One of the best beginner boards I've ever ridden is a K2 Anagram. It's a very fun board to ride at any level. You'll be able to use it for a long time as you progress with boarding. It also features a wide waist so a size 11 shoe shouldn't be a problem (for people with larger feet, toe drag on the snow can sometimes be a problem with a narrower board). For your size, I'd say you'll probably want this board in ~159-164 length. Good luck in your board search!

I am looking for 151 for this board. It...

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I am looking for 151 for this board. It doesn't seem to have that selection for me. Any way around it? Really want to buy it.

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Hey Kenneth, thanks for your question. Unfortunately, Backcountry.com doesn't have a size 151 in inventory. Sorry for the bad news but we will not be able to set up this order.

2 5

Pretty good, But not Great.

Its a traditional rocker board. Rides loose and easy. I ended up trading boards with my friend for a wile. I liked the board. It was easy to get used to. But it a wile to transition edge to edge. When leaning from left to right to carve, I felt like i was waiting for a good second or 2 for the board to dig in the snow and give me control. I feel like the rocker was to blame for it. For jumps and the park. It did perfectly fine. A loose feeling for 3's off jumps and rails. But it just did not perform up to my hopes.

I would probably recommend a different board for my friends. I wanted to say good for this board, but it was just disappointing to ride.

2 5

Pretty good, But not Great.

Its a traditional rocker board. Rides loose and easy. I ended up trading boards with my friend for a wile. I liked the board. It was easy to get used to. But it a wile to transition edge to edge. When leaning from left to right to carve, I felt like i was waiting for a good second or 2 for the board to dig in the snow and give me control. I feel like the rocker was to blame for it. For jumps and the park. It did perfectly fine. A loose feeling for 3's off jumps and rails. But it just did not perform up to my hopes.

I would probably recommend a different board for my friends. I wanted to say good for this board, but it was just disappointing to ride.

Just rode for my first time yesterday using...

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Just rode for my first time yesterday using a friends K2 Recon Riser, let's just say I got my ass kicked.

I'm 6' 170lbs. What size would I want? I'll be riding on the East Coast NY.

Also open to options on a different beginner board.

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I think this board is a great option for you. Rocker will make the board easier to ride - gives it a "catch free" feel. Being a hybrid rocker, it will grip firm east coast conditions much better than fully rockered board. Another thing is this board is soft, that will also make it easier to learn on. I would look at the 155 or 158 options.

IM a 140 pound man 5 8" of height what...

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IM a 140 pound man 5 8" of height what would be the right board for me?

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Juan,
you will probably want a 151cm but it really all depends on what type of riding you do and what type of conditions you ride in. powder, park, east coast, alaska? just my 2cents

5 5

Easy to Ride, Easy on the wallet

Charge the mountain, not the card. A twin flex directional board for those riders that are looking to progress while slashing the entire mountain and save enough cash for a slice of pizza. The Clash features V-Rocker with Cruise Control for a catch free, fun ride.

5 5

Easy to Ride, Easy on the wallet

Charge the mountain, not the card. A twin flex directional board for those riders that are looking to progress while slashing the entire mountain and save enough cash for a slice of pizza. The Clash features V-Rocker with Cruise Control for a catch free, fun ride.

Responded on

Just rode for my first time yesterday using a friends K2 Recon Riser, let's just say I got my ass kicked.

I'm 6' 170lbs. What size would I want? I'll be riding on the East Coast NY.

Also open to options on a different beginner board.