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Burton Nug Directional Restricted Snowboard

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Specs

Type: Powder, All Mountain
Shape: Directional, 5mm Taper
Camber: Rocker, V- Rocker
Flex: Medium
Width: Midwide
Mounting Pattern: Channel
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Super Fly with Dual Zone EDG
Base: Sintered
Sidecut: Progressive
Stance Setback: None
Ability Level: Advanced, Intermediate
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Nug Directional Restricted Snowboard

Finally a Nug You Can Show Your Parents

Carry a legal Nug up the mountain. If you like rad rides that heighten your heart rate, then the Burton Me Nug Snowboard is for you. Use the Scoop-style tip and tail for a fun floaty ride and no- catch edges for tech tricks in the park. The V Rocker shape with Super Fly tech lightens the board for sick snap and responsiveness. Oh, then throw in Jumper Cables and you may just pop out of the park like a Ryan Braun homer.

Nug Raduction is not what you want your parents to do. It is a Burton vision that optimizes every aspect of a smaller board, from fast and carvy to flexy and floaty. This board is an insane adrenaline rush. Downsize up to 10cm from your normal board length for a nimble humming-bird-like ride, yet stable enough for chute control. Live Nag Nation.

Key Features of the Burton Nug Directional Restricted Snowboard:
  • Type: Powder All Mountain
  • Shape: Directional 5mm Taper
  • Camber:Flat Flat Top
  • Flex: Medium
  • Width: Midwide
  • Mounting Pattern: Channel
  • Sidewall Type: Sidewall
  • Core: Super Fly with Dual Zone EDG
  • Base: Sintered
  • Sidecut: Progressive
  • Stance Setback: None
  • Recommended Use: Advanced Intermediate
  • Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year
Dimensions
Length (cm) 144 148 152
Effective Edge (cm) 102.5 105.5 109.5
Tip Width (cm) 28.7 28.9 29.2
Waist Width (cm) 25.3 25.4 25.6
Tail Width (cm) 28.7 28.9 29.2
Sidecut (m) 5.82 6.02 6.29

Discontinued Colors

Burton ICS channel boards will only work with Burton EST, Burton 3-hole or other ICS compatible bindings.
Burton 3-hole boards will only work with non-EST Burton bindings or other 3-hole compatible bindings.

Nug Directional Restricted


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Killer for the Park
I dont do any of the half pipe stuff, but I spend most of my time jibbing anything I can find. This board has a great feel and is light enough to take most rails and jump over most things found in and average park. It looks good and is a fun board. Picked it up locally at the Houses showroom. Thanks
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October 1, 2013

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Wanted to ride a shorter board
Peter S on Feb 13, 2014
looks cool
Hollis S on Feb 2, 2014
Burton is always changing up the SB scene & being able to drop 8 to 10 cm off my normal size board i can spin & maneuver with a smaller & lighter board
James S on Feb 7, 2014
I was looking for a small, versatile board. I did a lot of research and with this price, the nug couldn't be beat! I already had some EST compatible bindings so the expense was relatively painless... Thanks The House!
Owen M on Jan 21, 2014
just bought this board and didn't read the description. so I bought it at my regular board length. is it ok if I were to still ride it?
A shopper on Jan 18, 2014
Best Answer: Yes but you're not going to get the best performance out of it. The Nug series are designed to ride 8-10cm shorter than usual.
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Nov 3, 2014
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I'm more of a freestyle rider, but I some times go to the park. I'm looking for a board that turns good and excels on the mountain, but can still be used in the park. I'm 5'6 120, and I ride goofy. Would this be the right board? And if it is what size?
A shopper on Aug 29, 2014
Best Answer: That's how I am. I'm not on the park all the time but when I go in, this board does deliver. So I would say yes but the only thing is, if you land switch you will have to switch back right away because this board is directional restricted meaning you ride in only one direction. And for size just go 2-4 cm below what your current board is.
Reply · Report · Bradey S on Nov 26, 2014
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I am 5'5 and 125 lbs. Will the 144cm work for me?
Matt N on Jan 8, 2014
Best Answer: Yes the nug is meant to be ridden 8-10cm shorter then you typical board. I'm 5'9 185 and suppose to ride a 158 but I ride a 152 nug. I probably should have went even smaller. It's a great board you will not be disappointed with this board.
Reply (1) · Report · Bradley M on Jan 8, 2014
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Would I be able to ride the 144cm. I'm 6"3 185 lbs. wasn't to sure which one I should buy. I ride a 152cm right now and looking go smaller?
James S on Mar 3, 2014
Best Answer: im 5''9 about 140 i bought this board unaware that you are supposed to go ten cm down but i ride the 144 its my size and its a great board with lots of pop and a really nice shape
Reply · Report · Andrew S on Mar 3, 2014
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Is the camber Flat or Rocker?
A shopper on Aug 30, 2014
Best Answer: This is the v rocker board. The Nug root is flat whilst harvest is a camber type.
Reply · Report · Sen A on Sep 1, 2014
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Im thinking about getting the nug, what do you guys think about it. I do most of my riding at Ski liberty but sometimes go to the Poconos and might be going to Vermont. When im in the poconos i like doing back country and im not much of a terrain person but do it from time to time. Would this be a good board for me?
A shopper on Nov 23, 2013
Best Answer: The Nug is sick! I've always been a big board rider - until I tried the Nug. The smaller sizes offers so much more liberty regardless of where you ride. From park to trees to on piste the feel is very responsive and lively. That's not to say I've given up on my bigger boards...
I wouldn't hesitate.
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Dec 2, 2013
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I'm 6' 2" and 175 lbs and I started riding using my brother's board which is 164 but since I'm getting my own board now, would it be too much of a jump to the 152?
Cole J on Nov 11, 2014
Best Answer: I'm 5'10 175 and ride the 148 nug, the nug is meant to be riden smaller, it's super playful.12 cm is sort of a big jump down, I guess it depends how comfortable you felt on the 164. I demoed the nug a couple times though so I already knew I loved it before I bought it. even though it works across the whole mountain when I'm not riding park I like to ride a deck more meant for steep slopes and with more length like 153-155, I guess it all depends on what style riding you're planning on doing, I personally like my board a little short anyway to rotate faster. All in all I think you would be surprised how comfortable the nug feels even though its so much shorter, and it's like butter on the park!
Reply · Report · Brian C on Nov 12, 2014
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What does restricted mean?
andrew f on Oct 19, 2014
Best Answer: Hello Andrew! I bought this board in February and I can't wait to get back on it! I believe restricted refers to the fact that this board is not a twin design (the nose and tail are not exactly equal in size), but the difference is not much. About 1 centimeter wider on the nose end. Don't let the name fool you, this little baby has next to no restrictions. If you like to carve up in a nice rhythm down the slopes at less than top speed and are a frequenter of or are learning to ride terrain parks and big air, this board is perfect. It's my first board I own. Prior to my purchase I was renting, and by my second time out on the nug, my skills were honed to the point of being comfortable with jumps. I highly recommend this board. When I'm back on the mainland, thr nug may as well be at my terminal because that's where my feet will be all winter anyhow. -Frank
Reply (1) · Report · Frank Y on Oct 21, 2014
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What year is this board? What does directional mean?
andrew f on Oct 19, 2014
Best Answer: Andrew,

Sorry to delay you answer, but this version of the Burton Nug Directional Restricted Snowboard is actually a 2012 model.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Oct 22, 2014
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im 5'4 155lbs, what size should i get?
A shopper on Nov 26, 2014
Best Answer: I'm 5'5" and I've been riding a 148 and it's fine and fun to ride. But this board has nug raduction which means you can ride 8-10 cm smaller than normal. So ideally according to Burton and there sizing chart, which you can look up online, for your size and night boards you'd probably want around a 144.
Reply · Report · Christopher P on Nov 26, 2014
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can you send to Victoria, Australia? and how much?
tony n on May 10, 2014
Best Answer: Unfortunately, due to vendor restrictions we are unable to ship any/all Burton products internationally.

Sorry for the inconvenience
Reply · Report · T. PearceStaff on May 12, 2014
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I am almost 5'8 and 135 lbs, but growing fast! What size should I be looking at, 144,148, or 152?
A shopper on Apr 22, 2014
Best Answer: You fit best with in the 144cm Burton Nug Restricted Snowboard's weight range.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Apr 28, 2014
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hi, currently ride a rossignol sultan @ 160, recently found out that i should be on a size 152 bc of my weight, im def getting the nug, should i make a huge jump from 160 to 144, or would it be ok to just drop to 152 because im used to a size 160?

thanks b
Brian C on Jan 17, 2014
Best Answer: I am 5 11 160 pounds an i ride the 144.I had a 156 cm before an its alot easier to whip around.if u want a fast smooth board get this 1.i hope that was good enough
Reply · Report · Susan S on Nov 6, 2014
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Hi im about 5'10" and weigh about 140 145. What size nug would be good for me ?
Sheldon H on Jan 17, 2014
Best Answer: The 148 will work for you the best.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Nov 14, 2014
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I currently ride a 158 Burton custom x. It's stiff and great for really ripping down the mountain. This year i'm looking for a switch. I'm looking for something that's flexy, great for turning and keeping it's edge, decent pop, and to hit the park a little. Would the nug be a good choice? I'm 5'10, which size would be good?
A shopper on Jan 14, 2014
Best Answer: How much do you weigh?
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 14, 2014
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im 5'4 155lbs, will the 144cm work for me?
chase t on Nov 27, 2014
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im 5,9 and 125 pounds (yea im lanky I know) and i was wondering what size would be best. also Im probably gunna grow taller so maby the next size up would be good

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Zach Z on Feb 10, 2014
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Whats the waist width?
A shopper on Nov 15, 2013
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