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Let your licks flow through the Whammy Bar, and you're sure to impress the chicks.

When other kids picked up instruments and began musical domination at the annual school talent show, you chose to high-tail it to the hill instead. You may not land a record deal or ever have legions of groupies, but you're bound to experience plenty of thrills of your own on the Burton Whammy Bar Snowboard.

  • V-Rocker profile offers continuous rocker throughout the length of the board for catch-free playfulness and float in the pow
  • Mid Spoon convex base area between the feet gives you that 'pivotal' feel for a more buttery (and inherently sexy) style on boxes
  • Infinite Ride breaks in fiberglass at the factory for a dialed out-of-the-box ride that lasts season after season
  • Lightweight and poppy Super Fly core features Dualzone EGD perpendicular wood along the toe and heel edges to optimize edge control
  • Pro Tip reduces weight at the tip and tail for less swing weight
  • Frostbite edges extend slightly underfoot for better hold in icy conditions

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so i got last years pink floyd graphic...

so i got last years pink floyd graphic (sick) cos i wanted something to mess around in the park with. got the 153, thing is I'm 6'3 190. think it'll be an alright setup? not doing huge kickers, just messing around on boxes and rails.

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Honestly I think you might be riding a little too small. I am shorter than you by a solid half foot and lighter than you by a solid two and a half stone and my smallest board is a 152 The only board I think I would really consider going smaller than that is the the Burton Nug. Then again I am a true believer in rider preference and if you are used to riding really short boards and you feel comfortable then more power to you.

3 5

Whammmmaaaaay

  • Gender: Male

I got this board beginning of the 2011-12 season and used this board for about 20 days on the hill, mainly between Mt. High and Bear Mountain. From rocky, to groomed, to icy, to powder. Now for the actual review…

PARK: This is a amazing all around board for park (mainly jibs) and if you want to use on the occasional groomer. If you were to stay on the jib features in the park, this board is beyond perfect, its got a mid spoon to guarantee a no catch rail ride and spoon tip and tail for catch free butters. Super playful and great for dialing in those presses and butters. This board is 100% twin, riding regular and switch will feel exactly the same. Beware that the tail and tip topsheet/base tends to crack easily, when bumped into by your fellow riders, or skiiers. This board does not perform as well on jumps over 40ft. The take off will not be as clean since the soft board will absorb the pop. The landing might be under-dampened especially if you tend to land on your tail first. Powder will be more challenging to ride on this baby. Set back your bindings by up to 2 inches for better performance. Again, since this board is so soft, instead of floating above powder and cutting through it, you will find you are on a spring. As you ride on your tail over every bump, it will compress and snap you back up as you reach the top of each bump, creating a super jumpy powder ride. It's like riding in a car with no shocks.

All in all, if you are in the park all day and willing to wax often, this board is perfect for ya!

Whammmmaaaaay

I am 16 years old about 5'9, and i weigh...

I am 16 years old about 5'9, and i weigh 170 lbs. My only concern is if this board will be wide enough i have out grown my setup from last year and i will be needing about a size 11.5-12.0 boot. Will this board be wide enough?

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Yeah man! The board will be plenty wide enough for you! You won't have toe drag and if you do it definitely won't be anything major!

4 5

i like it

iv rode this board a number of times this year and its definatly a good board, the flex and mid spoon make it super fun and good on rails, the v rocker feels alittle wobbly at first but once you get use to it this boards wicked fun. id buy a board wt a flat camber before a v rocker but this is still a board id recommend buying if u like to rip it up in the park all day

4 5

i like it

iv rode this board a number of times this year and its definatly a good board, the flex and mid spoon make it super fun and good on rails, the v rocker feels alittle wobbly at first but once you get use to it this boards wicked fun. id buy a board wt a flat camber before a v rocker but this is still a board id recommend buying if u like to rip it up in the park all day

Im 5'7 and 170 lbs and ride mainly park....

Im 5'7 and 170 lbs and ride mainly park. would this be a good setup?

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The Whammy Bar sweet board. More bang for the buck! Depending on the size you want to ride I would look at the weight range considering it has a flex of a 3.

size 150 110-116
size 153 115-165
size 155 120-170

im 6 foot, 150lbs, which size would be...

im 6 foot, 150lbs, which size would be best if I ride mainly park, and once and a while some runs. I see my weight range is between the 150 and 153

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a 150 would probably be a more entertaining setup for the park rider in you, but that having been said, your stats could still also sport the 153 perfectly fine for maybe a touch more stability

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I'd recommend a 150 if you're more of an experienced rider and want some more play in the board!