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Burton Nug Snowboard


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Description: Burton Nug Snowboard

The Burton Nug Snowboard will have you getting into the winter season with their stink ink feature. One whiff of that pine smell and you'll want to get out on that mountain and kick out some ollies. The scoop feature will help you out on your Burton Nug when you do get to those fresh powdered mountains. If you want a better handle on the ice and hard-packed snow, then the frostbite edges will assist you in getting the job done. The Super Fly core will help you out and rip up the snow!

Key Features of Burton Nug Snowboard:
  • The Channel
  • BEND: V-Rocker
  • SHAPE: Twin
  • FLEX: Twin
  • CORE: Super Fly with Dualzone EGD
  • BASE: Sintered
  • EXTRAS: Squeezebox, Side Effects, Jumper Cables, Scoop, Frostbite Edges, Pro-Tip, NEW Stink Ink, and Infinite Ride
  • RADUCTION LEVEL: 10 [Downsize 8 to 10cm From Normal Board Length]
Length (cm) 142 146 150 154
Effective Edge (cm) 100.5 103.5 107.5 111.5
Tip Width (cm) 28.34 28.55 28.79 29.34
Tail Width (cm) 28.34 28.55 28.79 29.34
Waist Width (cm) 25.3 25.4 25.5 25.9
Sidecut (m) 5.67 5.88 6.16 6.43

Burton channel system snowboards will only be compatible with Burton's EST bindings, Burton channel compatible bindings, or other bindings specifically listed as Channel Compatible.


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420 all the way.........
Joel K on Dec 11, 2013
420 all the way.........
Joel K on Dec 11, 2013
Can I ride the 146cm with a size 10.5 boot? Or will there be too much toe drag?
christian m on Sep 7, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hi Christian,

You could ride the Burton Nug Snowboard with size 10.5 boots because it has a 25.4cm waist width.
Can you still ride this if your not really wanting a smaller size
I am 110 and 5'5
Because it said 110lb is 141cm ext. and im just wondering if it will affect me because the board is made to ride small?
griffin on Oct 26, 2013
BEST ANSWER: You could ride your regular size instead of moving down a few cm like suggested, but the board will react differently than designed. The reason that the Burton Nug Snowboard can be ridden shorter is because the waist width has been made wider and the contact points have been lengthened.
I am a size 12 boot and 1,77 meters tall, should i have any problem with toe drag ???
Joaco.F on Apr 3, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hi Joanquin,

You should never have toe drag if you're riding a board with the correct width for your feet.

The 154cm Burton Nug Snowboard has a waist width of 25.9cm which is the cut off point size 12 boots. If your boots feature shrinkage footprint reduction technology you'll have no problems at all.

what is the difference between the Burton Nug Directional Restricted Snowboard vs. Burton Nug 2014 ?

Thank you
James B on Dec 12, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The directional is designed to go in one specific direction but can still ride switch. The regular 2014 nug is 100% centre set and is exactly the same on the nose as it is on the tail. It rides switch and regular the exact same way. I Highly recommend the 2014 nug it's truly an amazing board(I own one)
Hello. I'm a 5'8" male weighing in at 140 pounds. I noticed that people around these dimensions are being recommended a 142 board, but on other sites they are recommending a 146 for me. Can you explain why a 142 would be better?
A shopper on Nov 4, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hey Burton says the Nug can be ridden 8-10 centimeters shorter than your normal board size allowing for your board to pack a bigger punch in a reduced size. I think if you are contemplating the two sizes and wondering what would be better for you ask yourself a couple of questions, where are you riding? What are the conditions like? More all mountain or park? I have the nug in a 154 and the reason I got it a little bigger is because I like a more all mountain feel with a bit more length to it. I have to say the nug is one of the best powder boards I have ever ridden, the rocker gives it a nice surfy feel with great float so much fun Either size you choose will be a great board and you'll be stoked but choose the size that you feel your going to be the most comfortable with.
I'm 5'6, 150lbs, 8.5 boot. Should I be riding the 146 nug?
harold on Jan 22, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I am 6ft, 180 lbs with a 13 boot. I love my Nug 154!!! It is BadAss. This board is fun and easy to control. Take offs and landings are no problem as it loves to play in the park. Great on packed powder and groomed slopes. Doesn't seem to like ice or getting started in powder. Awesome board for southeastern conditions.........
Joel - Smoky Mountains NC
I usually ride park, I'm 5'6" 120 pounds. The nug looks so sick so i want it, but my normal sized board is 146. Is it okay to buy the 142? Will it ride good for me?
Kevin H on Nov 21, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The Burton Nug Snowboard is a sick board - I ride it myself. In general you can drop 8-10cm from what you usually ride - but this is only to maximize the technology. A drop of 146 to 142 will still be ok for you. The Tech will take care of you.
I'm 16 years old, 66.5" tall and weigh 115 lbs, with a size 7 boot. I want a board for the park, yet I want something that will fit me for more than one year. Any size recommendations?
A shopper on Aug 28, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Well if you're 5'5" and 115 pounds I'd guess you should be riding a 140 to a 145ish for a typical park board. But the nug suggests that you ride 8-10cm smaller board so somewhere in the the 130s would be right for you id imagine but I'm pretty sure they don't make a nug that small. If I helps, I'm 6 foot 1, 205 pounds and I ride a 150 nug. My normal board is a 156 but I like my boards pretty small in the first place so I only dropped 6cm
Would it be possible for me to get the 154cm board and size L WOMEN'S bindings? Will the board be too wide and bindings too short? Or should it be ok?
A shopper on Sep 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately we are sold out of the 2014 Burton Nug Snowboard in a 154cm. The Women's Large shouldn't be too small, it may not be perfect but will still work fine.
I'm 5" 4' 215lbs what size mug should I be riding?
Brady S on Feb 5, 2014
Hi I'm about to buy a nug board and I seen smaller sizes on another site, but it's all good because I'm gonna buy my bindings and Goggles through the-house. But I'm 5' 9" 165 pounds with size 9.5 Burton hail boots and I'm super stuck between buying a 142 and a 146 please help? :O
bobo g on Jan 1, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hello Ryan,

If you fit best within the weight range of the 146cm Burton Nug Snowboard (130-180 lbs.). I'm stoked you're getting goggles and bindings from us! Let us know if you have any other questions. Enjoy the season!
If I buy my board here what warranty do I have?
erica h on Dec 6, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Hello Erica,

All 2013/2014 Burton Snowboards that feature the Channel System, like the Nug, have a 3 year warranty.
i am 5'8 and 120 lbs what size would i need to get to perform at my best with this deck?
A shopper on Dec 5, 2013
BEST ANSWER: You'd be best riding the 142cm Burton Nug Snowboard.
If I get some salomon arena bindings will they fit this burton nug board and still work the same? I heard of some retro conversion disk? I would hate to buy some bindings and not have them fit. Thanks
A shopper on Nov 30, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure about the Salomon arena bindings and their fit.
You will need to pair the Burton Nug with a channel - EST - compatible binding. Check out our selection here:
I was looking at the new burton Nug . I am 5'11 and weigh roughly 145-150 lbs range. I was wondering that if i wear a size 11 boot, will my boots be hanging to far over the edge of a 150 board? or should I buy a 154?


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Dylan M on Nov 29, 2013
BEST ANSWER: You're kind of that border line area. Technically it would be a bit small but if they have a Burton boot it should work ok. The 154 would also work based on your height but you'll be able to throw around the 150 a bit easier. Also consider your stance - if you're 0'd out you'll have more issues than if you're angled on both feet.
i want a burton nug for christmas and i forgot what size i was told to get. i am 5' 9" and 135lbs. i wanna ride the board to how its supposed to be ridden. what size should i get? my boots are also 9.5's if that helps or is needed. thanks a bunch
Ethan O on Nov 4, 2013

I'm stoked that you want a Burton Nug Snowboard for Christmas! They're awesome decks and it looks like the 142cm size would work best for you. Thanks for being rad.
Was thinking about the nug as my new board, but i'm not sure it would be good since my bootsize is US: 11. For the nug i would have to take a 150, do you think this is do-able with my shoe size? My boots are Northwave mp290. Thanks in advance.
Thomas L on Oct 23, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Usually I don't ride anything too much narrower than 25.8cm with my size 11 snowboard boots. The 150cm Burton Nug Snowboard has a waist width of 25.5 and the difference in width is .098"...which isn't that much more narrow. Depending on what length your Northwave boots are, it could work out just fine.
will a size 11 boot have any overhang on this board?
A shopper on Oct 16, 2013
BEST ANSWER: It depends on what legnth Burton Nug Snowboard you get and what kind of imprint/shape your boots have. Generally I won't ride a board narrower than 25.8 with size 11 boots. The Nug 154cm has a 25.9 WW...
hey I'm 172cm (5.64ft) and 180lbs, what ride would be most suited? and also do you guys ship over seas or strictly within the US?
ben.milt on Apr 5, 2014
I am wanting to buy this snowboard. I am 5"11 & 140 pounds. I usually ride a 154-156. I have a size 10.5-11 boot. What size do you recommend?
maxosb on Jan 23, 2014
Im 5'11'' and about 155 Im thinking about riding the 146 but is the 142 too small?
A shopper on Dec 14, 2013