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Getting snaked. Rutted landings. Clueless tourists. Skiers in general. You have tons of options when it comes to getting pissed. Burton's Hate Snowboard helps you channel your unbridled rage and unleash a firestorm of fury the likes of which your local park has never seen. The super-soft flex and twin V-Rocker shape help you annihilate everything in your path without catching your edge. Because that pisses you off more than anything.

  • V-Rocker lifts your contact points off the snow for catch-free landings and great float in powder
  • Frostbite Edges extend slightly out from the binding zones to maximize control in firm snow
  • Rail Ready Tune delivers a surfy feel and reduces hangups while jibbing
  • Jumper Cables radiate from binding areas to tip/tail for extra pop without extra stiffness

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Hiya, I notice a female has also asked a...

Hiya, I notice a female has also asked a similar question but I need an answer too :) I am 5.7, about 135lbs, size 7.5 boot. I have ridden a lot in the past but have recently had two kids so haven't ridden in about 3 years. I LOVE the graphics on this board (I am not a girly girl and have despised every female board graphic I have come across) and I am currently bidding on a 148 version of this board - will probably have purchased end of tomorrow. My riding style in the past has been mostly mountain although I did get into rails boxes jumps etc when I was riding every day. Do you think this would be suitable? I know it is a men's board and would take some getting used to but just like a female I want to ride on something I love. If you have any tips about things I should watch out for while getting used to this board would be awesome too! cheers :)

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Delightful surprise

I was skeptical taking this board out but was pleasantly surprised with it's pretty awesome handling abilities despite the fact that it's got a soft park flex. I sized down a few centimeters with no problems at all. This thing does great on the jibbies and definitely kills it off the kickers as well because it's so light. Even though it has the reverse V rocker it still snaps off ollies like a boss. Definitely a fun ride. HOWEVER...My one complaint, why would any one call a snowboard a Hate? I don't understand that at all.

I am 5'4 110lbs size 7US shoe intermediate...

I am 5'4 110lbs size 7US shoe intermediate rider who only started to learn this season but since I am working in ski resort I able to learn quite fast. I am looking for a new board since I been using a borrowed 150cm old forum youngblood with flux super titan binding.

I am just wondering if this board would be suitable for me? I usually ride powder and started to do air and ground tricks, I have yet to try parks yet. My friends told me to get a freeride or all mountain board but I really like the graphic on this board.

Also should I get the 148cm or 152cm??? Thanks for your help!

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If you are growing then go with the 152 if not then the 148 would be a better fit for you. Great soft flexing board. It is fun, the youngblood is a great board as well. It is reverse camber, super fun and flexible but super durable.

hay all couple of things im 5.7, 65kg size...

hay all couple of things im 5.7, 65kg size 8 boot i ride half and half park and use all the mount as the park hitting every thing in site.
i ride burton seven 154.5cm at the moment the hate has what i want in my next board whats the best size up the 148cm or 152cm?
if there was a 150cm i would go for it but there isn't.

can some one help?
also can this board be shipped to van b.c canada
thanks

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I would run the 52, If you wanted a park only board then the 148 would be the jam but since you like to ride around the whole mountain, then the 152 is your jam.

Hey guys. I'm new to riding (2nd season)....

Hey guys. I'm new to riding (2nd season). Currently I just cruise the hills right now. have just started getting some little air, and the thoughts of getting into doing rails. Would this board be a little too good for me? Being a newb and all.

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oh, sorry about that. 5'9", 145-150ish. havent weighed in a while.

can this board go in powder too? can it...

can this board go in powder too? can it handle the mountain or just the park because i like both and may go to colorado. can the HATE handle it?

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Is it an ideal powder board? No, but it will ride fine in pow. It's a real soft board but the v rocker provides amazing float in the pow (I used to have a burton hero and it was like a cadillac in the pow). My experience with the softer v rocker boards is that it is real nice in the park, nice in the pow, and a little sketchy on anything hard packed. If you're on nice groomed snow its all good, but anything icy you really have to work to dig in an edge. So long answer short the board will handle anything you throw at it. It won't be ideal for every condition, but if you can handle the terrain the board can. I wouldn't get this board unless you spend more than half you're riding time in the park though. If you ride a lot just around the mountain and dabble in the park here and there you'll probably want something a little stiffer.

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Justin is right, it can ride in powder but it is made to be used on handrails in the street. It is super soft and flexible. Usually powder boards have a stiffer tail that allows you to drive through you turns.

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Recommended!!!!

When I bought this board i was skeptical about buying a shorter board than i am used to. In the past i rode a 153 and a 155... Now im 5'7'' 150lbs and i decided to buy the 148 version of the hate... i cannot begin to explain how happy i am with this board. not only does it ride and hold an edge like a longer board but the flex is unbelievable. it butters and slides down rails with ease. the V-rocker was something new to me and i am soo happy with the pop is has. im getting more air than ever before. and the smaller board makes it soo much lighter and easier to spin... overall the burton hate is the best board i have ever owned. nothing negative to say about it

Will The Rome 390 Boss bindings work on...

Will The Rome 390 Boss bindings work on this board?

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Yes it will. This board is awesome and you will be stoked on the shape and flex for sure.

I am about 6'0", 200 lbs, size 12 boot....what...

I am about 6'0", 200 lbs, size 12 boot....what size would be best for park riding?

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The 157. This board is soft, for your weight I would say the 157. This is a straight jib board. If you want to size down you could get the 155, but the 157 would be the "best" size.

How does this board compare with 2010...

How does this board compare with 2010 Burton Hero?

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Same board feel (2)...but the Hate doesn't rep the channel...so you will actually lose some flex (comparatively), and you can't rock est bindings. The Hate features frostbite edges, which are noticeable on hardpack. The hate also has jumper cables, so you should have more pop. Pretty similar boards...the Hate offers a few more features. The fact that this board doesn't have the channel is a big downfall for me.

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I think the Hero was a channel board this is a 3-D board. The Hate is softer than then Hero and has a more durable less expensive base. Both boards are great but the Hate looks so good.

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FYI...Last year's Hero was softer (board feel 2) than the 2011 (board feel 3).

Does this board have rails all the way...

Does this board have rails all the way around?

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Hey Brandon,

If you're talking about an edge, it sure does. There is only one board on Dogfunk with no edge and it's not this one.

I really, really love the graphic on this...

I really, really love the graphic on this board and am in the market for a new one this year. My problem is that I am a girl, and usually I am not angry about it, but this is a mens board. I have heard different opinions about this. I ride a burton lux 147 for the last few years and have a size 9 boot. Does anybody know if riding a mens board is gonna screw me up? I've heard that we distribute our weight differently, and also, that it doesn't really matter because I have big feet and mens boards are usually wider? I would only be going to the 148? What do ya think??

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Well i think that you will have too adjust to riding on a male board because they do have a different flex patterns and they are generally wider and stiffer so although it shouldn't be too bad it will take some time for you to get used to riding a guys board but once you get used to it u will be fine and i would say that a 148 would be to big id go 146 because mens boards are generally made to handle more wight for the size then girls board but you could ride a 148 but it will be kind of stiff.... hoped that helped

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Ben is right on, Mens boards a made for men, do you hate all the graphics in the women's boards? They have a great selection. Check out the DeJA Vu http://www.dogfunk.com/burton-deja-vu-v-rocker-snowboard-womens it comes in regular camber and V-rocker as well as the Blender :http://www.dogfunk.com/burton-blender-snowboard-womens. The blender is a fun playful board made for the park. The DEJA vu is a bit of an upgrade from the Lux.

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Go as small as you can and you would probably be fine It's REALLY soft rated 2/10 on the burton scale. That's probably the equivalent to a women's 5/10. It would be different at first but a board is a board, every new board is different from the last one.... unless you buy the same board.

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The Hate

The Hate is a board that doesn't live up to it's name. I loved this board, last year I had the chance to ride it on a sunny park day. I took out the 152 and had a blast taking park laps and tree runs. It turned well through the tight banked slalom trees at Brighton, and was a loose playful board on all the rails and jumps in the park.With features like Rail Ready Frostbite Edges that increases grip on turns when you need it while at the same time jibing with out hanging up. Also the extruded base allows for a easier repairs after you try to destroy this board in the streets.Get this board try some new tricks, get wicked, have fun, and HATE it as much as i did.

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HATE/ETAH

The Hate is a board that doesn't live up to it's name. I loved this board, last year I had the chance to ride it on a sunny park day. I took out the 152 and had a blast taking park laps and tree runs. It turned well through the tight banked slalom trees at Brighton, and was a loose playful board on all the rails and jumps in the park.With features like Rail Ready Frostbite Edges that increases grip on turns when you need it while at the same time jibing with out hanging up. Also the extruded base allows for a easier repairs after you try to destroy this board in the streets.Get this board try some new tricks, get wicked, have fun, and HATE it as much as i did.

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Hate

The Burton Hate is made to kill the street. It has a mellow v-rocker with new frost bite edges which help you grip the snow when you need it. The edges are rail ready out of the box, so no detuning necessary.

The Hate is one of my favorite boards, it is super soft, allowing you to get all the presses you can handle. Great shape, and some of the best graphics on the market.

This year the has Jumper cables and flat kicks. These both are there to give you the snap you need to get those hard way 270's out of handrails. Soft, fun and playful. A great deck

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Hate

The Burton Hate is made to kill the street. It has a mellow v-rocker with new frost bite edges which help you grip the snow when you need it. The edges are rail ready out of the box, so no detuning necessary.

The Hate is one of my favorite boards, it is super soft, allowing you to get all the presses you can handle. Great shape, and some of the best graphics on the market.

This year the has Jumper cables and flat kicks. These both are there to give you the snap you need to get those hard way 270's out of handrails. Soft, fun and playful. A great deck.

is there a certain type of binding i need...

is there a certain type of binding i need to go with it?

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You have a lot of options. All Burton's regular (non-EST) bindings will work, and many other companies also have discs that are compatible with the 3D mounting pattern (2 long slots on the disc is a good sign that it will work). I'd double-check with the binding manufacturer if you aren't sure.

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Just a binding that will fit the 3- hole set up. Any Burton (non-EST) binding will fit perfectly.

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if your saving money, go with the Union DLX or Union Flite. but if your looking for great bindings to complinent the board, go with the Union Forces, Burton Missions or the Rome 390's

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burton cobrashark bro! thats the setup im rockin and its dope