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Make sure the only "clash" you experience on the slopes is nothing but the Burton Clash Wide Snowboard. The extended width offers more control at higher speeds on the groomed runs and smoother cutting in the powder. For the beginner, this board will help offer stability making through those first few turns. The Clash isn't just for entry level boarders though, with the 3-year manufacturer warranty, even an intermediate rider can get into some sticky situations with confidence that the board will not break down under the pressure. Get out and get going with the Clash, and see what the racket is about.
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.
I am 36, 6’ 1” 200lbs. Have tried snowboarding a few times with a board that was too small and another that was out of my league. I tried the custom flying v 162w and did ok but still caught an edge and never felt quite comfortable on it. I knew I wanted to keep at this so I bought the Clash 164w. WOW!!!! First run was great, no falls, easy to go heel to toe and carve. It’s like impossible to catch and edge with this thing. If you just want to cruise, this is for you. I was going down the blues on my 5th run and had an absolute blast. If you are on the beginner side of this, don't go with a board that will make you catch an edge and throw you. Get something like this to build your confidence. Then if you feel the need to get a board designed for more advanced riding, then do it. You shouldn’t be disappointed with this at all.
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