Progressing has never been so easy.
When you're sick of rentals and you're ready to work your way up to harder terrain, the Burton Clash Snowboard is just the tool you need to take the pain out of the process. The directional shape and convex Cruise Control base take the worry out of catching edges, so you can focus on linking up those smooth turns. And the V Rocker profile will handle everything from the greens, all the way to your first black diamond runs.
The Clash is built around Burton's V Rocker profile, which gives you a catch free ride and easy turn initiation. It gets even better with the addition of Cruise Control, which gives the base a concave shape, all but eliminating the chances of catching an edge. It's also slightly tapered, for a predictable directional ride.
Biaxial fiberglass is used in the construction, for a soft, forgiving flex. The Fly core keeps the weight down, and the strength up. That works in conjunction with The Channel mounting system, which contributes to unrestricted flex, instead of causing dead spots under the bindings like traditional binding interfaces. The extruded base material holds up to impact and is easy to repair. Plus, it runs fast even when you forget to wax it for a couple of days.
- V Rocker profile with Cruise Control
- Directional tapered shape
- Twin Flex
- Fly Core
- Extruded base
- The Channel binding mounting system
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For someone who has done 10 days boarding...
For someone who has done 10 days boarding and will tend to stick to trails rather than park, is the Burton Clash a good board to chose with Custom Est bindings (their about 5'10'' and 200lb)?
Thanks for your question.
The Clash snowboard with those EST bindings would be a great board to progress your snowboarding skills and experience with; the board is forgiving which is nice to learn on. I would suggest the 158cm or the 160cm. We have both in stock.
I hope this helps.