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Morrow Clutch Snowboard

Morrow Clutch Snowboard
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Description: Morrow Clutch Snowboard

The Morrow Clutch Snowboard should be your next snowboard. The Clutch has a Morr-Rock Rocker shape to ease the impacts of landings, as well as a good performance on flotation. It has a twin shape that will allow you to move as freely as you wish, providing also a lot of flexibility. A full length 100% wood Binary core is included so that your turns, jumps and twists are backed up by the efficient and responsive design. The Clutch Snowboard could not be more complete; a full edge protection makes it safe and provides efficiency as well as hours of fun!

Key Features of the Morrow Clutch Snowboard:
  • Morr-Rock Rocker profile for ease in landing tricks
  • Twin tip shape for freestyle or freeride performance
  • SPT sidewall for top performance and a smoother ride
  • 360° Edge protection, the strongest edge around
  • Die-cut base for durability, speed and performance
  • Aggressive Radial Sidecut for quicker, more powerful turns
  • Full-length Binary Core with Biaxial glass
  • Twin tip flex is consistent riding switch or standard
Length (cm) 152 155 158 161
Waist Width (cm) 25.3 25.4 25.5 25.6
Sidecut (m) 8.2 8.3 8.5 8.7
Rider Weight (Kg) 40-68 40-72 54-90 86-99


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board is a little heavy for my liking, but overall it is an awesome board for a great price. the one that they sent me is actually orange and white on the bottom instead of black whcih looks even cooler. its great for carving. i would recommend this to anyone who is looking for a quality board at a good price.
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December 2, 2014
Emporium, PA, US
Age: 15-24
Good board for me
Got this when I first switched over from skiing. It is pretty great at what ever you throw at it. Good all around for carving and some basic tricks, nothing crazy. I am still having fun with it even though I am more experienced now
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October 7, 2013

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looks cool and fits me
Josh V on Nov 19, 2015
Affordable price and good reviews. Will follow up as soon as I receive the product.
Kristian B on Feb 2, 2015
Reviews were really great on this board, I really like the bottom graphics which will look sexy hitting kickers, and the price was amazing for the quality of board. I am excitied to hit the slopes this year with this new board.
Samuel N on Nov 4, 2015
amazing artwork
CARRIE O on Jan 17, 2015
what size snowboard would I need if I'm 5ft 9 and weigh 130 lbs?
A shopper on Feb 5, 2014
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Hello I'am 5'3'' but 150 lbs what size do you think would be best?
Usernameless123 on Jan 14, 2015
Best Answer: Hello Ryan, what kind of snowboarding are you planning on doing? I'm 6ft and weigh 180lbs and I ride a 158. Generally I stay on the groomed parts of the mountain, but I also like to hit the fresh powder too. For the most part, the shorter the board you ride helps you make sharp turns and allows you to move a little easier. Longer boards are meant more for parts of the mountain that have fresh snow that's fairly deep. I'd suggest going to the mountains first and renting a few boards to try different sizes. If you rent at a resort, they'll usually allow for you to swap during the day if you don't like a particular board. With that being said, I think for your size and weight, you would want to try and start with a size 154.
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im 6 foot and 150 lbs what size should i get?
A shopper on Jan 21, 2015
Best Answer: You should get a board between your clavicle (collar bone) and your upper lip. I'm 5'10 170Lb and I got the 153 and it's worked out fine! This is probably one of the best boards for beginners through intermediate. You would probably want a board 155-158cm in length.
A longer board is better for riding powder (really fluffy flakes) but gives you less control on turns; it's also good for long runs that dont have a lot of turns.
A shorter board is good for riding park (the rails and stuff) and gives you amazing control on turns and carving (sharp turning) but will be a little less controllable if you're going straight down a powder run.
Reply · Report · Victor S on Jan 21, 2015
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Can this board ship to Canada?
Michael L on Sep 27, 2014
Best Answer: Michael,

Yes! This Morrow Clutch Snowboard can absolutely be shipped to Canada. Check-out our Canadian shipping page for more info:
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Sep 29, 2014
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Does this board have the under glow effect??
A shopper on Jan 29, 2014
Best Answer: For some reason this pic is showing a yellow bottom. My son's board has a orange bottom. And yeah is glows big time. He loves the board. Good all around board we spend allot time in the tree and he has no problem gettin around.
Reply · Report · Paul C on Jan 30, 2014
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I'm just starting out in the terrain park, would this be a good board for me? I'm 5'9 180lbs
Riley .r on Jan 24, 2015
Best Answer: Riley,
While this is not a park specific board it does have a soft flex, true twin shape, and sturdy construction. Basically this will work fine if you want to dabble in the terrain park.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Jan 28, 2015
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hi would this 158cm board (waist width25.5) fit my feet(us 11)?
charlie on Nov 5, 2014
Best Answer: Changlin,
For the most part a 11 boot will be good on most boards. Anything above 11 will require a midwide or wide board.
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Nov 17, 2014
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what wight in this board?
kottdogs on Mar 4, 2015
Best Answer: I don't know the weight in lbs. That would depend on which size you select. I will say that this is a very light board.
Reply · Report · Charles C on Mar 6, 2015
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is this board factory waxed?
Ruslan Y on Dec 8, 2014
Best Answer: Yep,
It will come from the factory with a wax coat on it. Not usually the highest premium wax, but a descent start.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Dec 15, 2014
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why is it saying a 161 board, riders weight up to only 99 lbs?
kottdogs on Mar 1, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Rob,
That posting is in Kg, not sure why, but I will convert it to pounds and re post it. Thank You. Morrow has posted for this Clutch 161 an ideal range from 180 to 220 pounds.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Mar 2, 2015
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will this snowboard fit a size 12?
A shopper on Dec 11, 2014
Best Answer: Hey,
Good Day. For a 12 foot I would look at a Wide board. Generally I suggest that riders with size 11+ boots ride boards that have a waist width of 25.8cm or wider UNLESS the boots have Shrinkage Reduction Technology. Take a look:
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Dec 12, 2014
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Can you put medium sized bindings (8-11) on this board?
A shopper on Nov 16, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, the Morrow Clutch Snowboard can handle medium bindings without any issues
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Nov 17, 2014
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what year is this board?
Elijah W on Nov 14, 2014
Best Answer: Elijah,
Good Day! This Morrow Clutch Snowboard is a 2012 model year.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Nov 14, 2014
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what's the difference between Morrow Clutch and Morrow Truth board? even on their pages seems i can't find one (except the graphics)...
Aerobni O on Feb 11, 2014
Best Answer: The morriw clutch board is great for freestyle and internediate rider's. A great carver, grinder to start out on. I personly love this board.
Reply · Report · Ron C on Nov 13, 2014
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