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Burton Blunt Snowboard 2014

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Specs

Type:
  • Powder
  • Freeride
  • Freestyle
  • All Mountain
Shape:
  • Twin
Camber:
  • Flat
Flex: Soft/Medium
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern:
  • Channel
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: wood
Base:
  • Extruded
Sidecut:
  • Progressive
Stance Setback: None
Recommended Use:
  • Entry Level
  • Intermediate
Manufacturer Warranty: 3 Year

Description: Burton Blunt Snowboard

The Burton Blunt Snowboard is a lightweight board built to allow you to go anywhere and pull off anything. The Blunt is suited for freestyle, all-mountain, powder, and freeride snowboarding. Its extruded base means that no matter where you go, you won't have to worry too much about damage to your board. The Blunt also comes with a dense all-wood core that will give you great vibration reduction and sturdiness. A soft to medium flex means this board has enough pop to satisfy anyone who likes to stunt at the park. The Blunt is the board of choice for anyone looking for versatility.

Key Features of the Burton Blunt Snowboard:
  • BEND: Flat Top
  • ITEM No. 10694100
  • The Channel *NEW*
  • SHAPE: Twin
  • FLEX: Twin
  • CORE: Fly Core
  • FIBERGLASS: Biax
  • BASE: Extruded
  • EXTRAS: NEW Scoop, Jumper Cables, Frostbite Edges, and Pro-Tip
  • ARTIST: Jeff Fried [www.jeffreyfried.com]
Dimensions
Length (cm) 142 147 150 154 157
Effective Edge (cm) 106.5 111.5 114 118 121
Tip Width (cm) 28.2 28.59 28.87 29.22 29.53
Tail Width (cm) 28.2 28.59 28.87 29.22 29.53
Waist Width (cm) 24.4 24.6 24.8 25 25.2
Sidecut (m) 6.85 7.18 7.31 7.58 7.78

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.

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Burton Blunt Snowboard
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A shopper asked: Im 5'6" and 150lb should I get the 147 or 150cm? Feb 26, 2014
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Marcus E: Both are too short for your height and weight. I'm 5'6" 165 and ride a 154. You should also consider your age, if you young and still growing you'll be too big for the board before you know it. Hope this helps. Feb 26, 2014
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Mike d: I usually ride 150-152 boards for park. Ride fine for me even just cruising and carving. I'm just looking for a nice park buttery board. Feb 27, 2014
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Frank B: 147 will have more control Apr 4, 2014
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Mike I asked: Im' 5'5 about 170, which board size do you think is right for me with the Burton Blunt. My beginner board was a 148 I consider myself intermediate now. I'm thinking 150 or 154 which do you recommend? Jan 5, 2014
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Matt GStaff: Hi Mike,

If you had to choose between the 150cm and 154cm Burton Blunt Snowboard I'd recommend the 150cm size because you fit within the indented weight range. You might want to consider moving up to the 157cm size as well...

Burton Blunt Snowboard's weight ranges:

150cm: 115-155 lbs.
154cm: 130-170cm lbs.
157cm: 135-175 lbs.
Jan 7, 2014
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Mike I asked: Can I only use EST (Burton) bindings with the Burton Blunt snowboard or can i use regular mission bindings with this type of board? Jan 4, 2014
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Matt GStaff: Hi Mike,

You can use regular Burton Mission Snowboard Bindings if they have the Channel System compatible Re:Flex discs. CHeck out all of the Channel System compatible snowboard bindings out HERE: http://www.the-house.com/est-bindings.html
Jan 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: is this board with 2014 cartel est good for a entry level riding that wants something that he can stick with once he progresses and wants to stick with park riding ???? Jan 2, 2014
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Matt GStaff: The Burton Blunt Snowboard would be a grat board for an entry level freestyle snowboarder. The Blunt has biaxial fiberglass that allows for a softer flex, a Flat Top profile shape, and an easy maintenance Extruded base. You could pair the Blunt up with a set of Cartel EST bindings, but the Burton Mission EST will be a little more user friendly for a novice rider, and they're a little cheaper too.

Check out the Burton Mission EST Snowboard Bindings out HERE: http://www.the-house.com/bt1mise04st14zz-burton-snowboard-bindings.html
Jan 2, 2014
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adam h asked: Compared to the 2012 whammy bar is this blunt board better in a park than the whammy bar? Dec 10, 2013
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Matt GStaff: Hi Adam,

Both boards are great for the park. The 2012/2013 Burton Whammy Bar has more features that are freestyle specific. You can't go wrong with either board.
Dec 10, 2013
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adam h: Any suggestions on a step up from the 2012 whammy bar? Dec 10, 2013
Matt GStaff: What do you mean by a step up from the 2013 Whammy Bar? Dec 13, 2013
A shopper asked: Will 2009 Cartel Bindings fit on this board? Oct 16, 2013
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Roy MStaff: Yes they will fit. Oct 21, 2013
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A shopper asked: Butter the heck? Aug 13, 2013
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Matt GStaff: Yes you can butter the heck out of the Burton Blunt Snowboard. Aug 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: I am 5'7 and 190 lbs what would be best for me ?? Apr 6, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hey brother...im a fatty..haha but I love to shred. Im 5'9 about 270 lbs...what size board would you suggest? I am not a new guy at this..I guess you would say im an advanced inter...so what would you suggest? thanks man Mar 5, 2014
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