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Right - a review from a Burton Rep. That's not biased at all... I've used enough Burton products - there are some that I think are awesome. But this isn't one of them. I rode a Blunt from last year for half a season, and this is the same board - no new technology, just new graphics. I've ridden boards in the same price range that have way more pop. The flex of this board is decent, but by no means that which Burton claims it is - take a look at the Artifact if you're looking for a buttery board. The extruded base is pretty slow... regardless of the conditions. If you're a complete beginner, I don't see anything wrong with this board... but if you've been riding for a while and can tell a decent board from a bad one, and want to get into park, there are much better boards for the price. This board is essentially a repackaged Burton Clash - just more expensive.


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In California, there's a mixture of great bluebird days and dumping, stormy days. I used to hate wearing goggles, but after I got my A-Frames I realized I hated them because my goggles sucked. I used them, and Black Iridium lenses for most of last season. For the days that are mostly sunny with a bit of clouds, I use Black Iridium lenses. I like them because they don't TOTALLY distort the color of everything around you like some other lenses. They're crystal clear, too. The only downside... they scratch really easily (and for the most part, I try to take care of my gear). I am definitely going to get some H.I. yellows this coming season.