|Type:||Freestyle, All Mountain|
|Sidecut:||Modified, Frostbite Edges|
|Ability Level:||Entry Level, Intermediate|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||3 Year|
Description: Burton Blunt Wide Snowboard
The Burton Blunt Wide Snowboard was designed specifically with larger riders in mind. So, if your boots are a little too big for those dainty boards on the market, the Burton Blunt Wide is a great change of pace. The best part about this board is that you are not sacrificing performance for size. The Jumper Cables feature gives you plenty of control, pop and stability. Even bigger guys can launch and land smoothly, and look good doing it. In terms of strength, the Fly core is incredibly strong while still providing ample flexibility. It can hold up well to large riders, and still it is able to perform like a freestyle board.
- Bend: Flat Top
- The Channel
- Shape: Twin
- Flex: Twin
- Core: Fly Core
- Fiberglass: Biax
- Base: Extruded
- Extras: Scoop, Jumper Cables, Frostbite Edges and Pro-Tip
- Artist: Jeff Fried [www.jeffreyfried.com]
|Effective Edge (cm)||120||123||127|
|Tip Width (cm)||30||30.3||30.66|
|Tail Width (cm)||30||30.3||30.66|
|Waist Width (cm)||25.7||25.9||26.1|
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.
1 month ago
I have flow bindings on a channel system, burton board.
Some older generation Burton Bindings did not come with Channel System Discs, because when the bindings were manufactured the Channel System did not exist.
Call 1-800-992-7245 and we'll get a retro disc pack sent your way.
You do. This Blunt Snowboard does use the Channel System. If you already have bindings... you can check with that company to see if there is a converter plate available.
I'm looking for the all mountain board that can accommodate larger guy like me while providing better edge hold and somewhat more responsive than bullet. I care less about pop. But it definitely must be able to take the beating. Is that a good board for that or it's more for parks?
If you want a board for high speed carving and you don't hit the parks very often, I'd look at something else.
The Blunt is a rocker park board so it doesn't get much softer. The Burton Hate is probably your only option.