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Burton Ripcord Snowboard

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Description: Burton Ripcord Snowboard

Get ready for a whole new level of all- mountain performance with the Burton Ripcord Snowboard. This floaty and soft/medium-flexing snowboard is designed with an easygoing nature and a set-back stance for excellent all-around performance and flow. Intermediate riders will appreciate its responsiveness and playful demeanor, while beginners will get a taste for carving and the thrill of hitting the park—it is a board with plenty of growth potential. The design's continuous rocker generates more float and helps prevent edges from catching while the directional shape keeps you in control. Its low-maintenance extruded base offers a good combination of speed and strength for smooth carving. Versatile and fun, the Ripcord is built to shred in a range of conditions.

Key Features of Burton Ripcord Snowboard:
  • BEND: V-Rocker
  • SHAPE: Directional [5MM Taper]
  • FLEX: Directional
  • CORE: Fly with NEW Squeezebox Low
  • BASE: Extruded
  • FEATURES: NEW The Channel
Length (cm) 145 150 154 157 159
Effective Edge (cm) 110.0 116.0 120.0 123.0 123.5
Tip Width (cm) 28.63 29.12 29.57 29.99 30.3
Tail Width (cm) 28.13 28.2 29.07 29.49 29.8
Waist Width (cm) 24.4 24.7 25 25.3 25.6
Sidecut (m) 7.1 7.4 7.7 7.9 7.9

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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Burton Ripcord
Love this board.... More flexible than my burton clash. Chanel system allows for very speedy adjustments. Downside: Channel plugs pop out easily particularly the back one as it makes contact with your boot even with a stomp pad. Lost mine on the first run :( burton customer service is incredible they sent me more in 3 days no questions asked but they are black and I liked the original yellow ones better.
March 3, 2015
over 3 years ago

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Needed a good board to help me link turns and something to be able to progress with longer than the clash.
Brian P on Jan 12, 2016
Needed a good board to help me link turns and something to be able to progress with longer than the clash.
Brian P on Jan 12, 2016
This was picked out by my son. This is his third snowboard and he looked for specific details for advanced snowboarding.
Charles L on Nov 29, 2015
This was picked out by my son. This is his third snowboard and he looked for specific details for advanced snowboarding.
Charles L on Nov 29, 2015
New to snowboarding. Will be mostly riding the hills of the Midwest. Which is a better beginner board I won't progress too quickly past...the choices so far are the burton ripcord or the k2 raygun. Thoughts?
Chris B on Jan 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Can't speak to the K2 but I have the Rip Cord and it is a great board. Not too stiff but not too soft. Nice for riding hills, especially if you're just starting out. Good luck!
do all burton bindings go with burton boards?
A shopper on Nov 24, 2014
Be careful here. Burton's snowboards use either the 3D mounting system or the Channel System. Boards that say Channel, will require bindings that say "est or channel." So no, not all Burton bindings will universally work with all Burton Snowboards.
Hi I am looking at either buying the Ripcord or the Wide Ripcord what is the difference? I have shoe size 10.5.
A shopper on Nov 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I wouldnt recommend getting the wide. Wide boards are for those who wear size 12 or larger.

I purchased the Burton Rip cord, all mountain rocker last year and I love it. Great board for on piste or off.
Hi, my son is 5'7" weighs 135 lbs and has 11.5 - 12 boot which size board should he get?
A shopper on Dec 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: A boards length is mostly determined by the rider's weight.

With a size 11.5-12 boot your son should ride on a board with a minimum waist width of 25.8cm (considered to be Wide).

THe K2 Playback Wide Snowboard would be a great choice. Check it out HERE:
Does this board come with pre-drilled binding holes?
A shopper on Dec 20, 2015
This snowboard is all set-up for bindings, but it does not use the 4-hole mounting style. It uses a channel system, and you will need compatible bindings.
Hey, I'm 5'10 and weigh about 155lbs. What size board do you recommend?
A shopper on Dec 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Well it depends what type of snow you're riding. If its powder you'd want a longer board. Probably a 156 to 160. If you're riding groomers and ice (East Coast) I'd say maybe a 155. But if you're going to be doing both get around a 156 to 158.
Hi I have K2 L Formula bindings, I was wondering if they will work on the channel system. I had them set up on a 4×2 mounting ssystem but I have read that they will work. Thoughts?
A shopper on Jul 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It depends on if you still have the compatible K2 Formula Binding discs. The last few seasons have discs that can be mounted with the channel system.
My son is a beginner snowboarder. He is tall and thin--6"1"and weighs 145 lbs. Foot is size 11-11.5. What is a good board for him?
A shopper on Dec 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The 154cm Burton Ripcord Snowboard fits your son's weight best within it's weight range. However, with an 11-11.5 boot he'd be best on a waist width of 25.8cm or wider. With that being said, the 154cm Burton Ripcord Wide Snowboard would be the best option. Check it out HERE:
Im 6'1" tall and i weigh 135lbs... I have a size 10.5 boot and ive been deciding between the ripcord 154cm and 157cm because of my weight i would want the smaller board but then again im tall so i want the 157 plus i love riding the terrain parks?
Alyssa F on Dec 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I think you should get the 156cm Burton Ripcord Wide Snowboard. Check it out HERE:
Hi, beginner snowboarder here. I am 6'3" and weigh about 190 lbs with size 12 feet. What size would you recommend? Are there benefits with the wide version? Thanks!
Rob A on Nov 29, 2015
The wide boards are designed for larger feet (11.5 +). You will need a Wide board. The Ripcord is good versatile choice for you. I would suggest you get the 159cm Wide option.
Hi, im 5'6, im trying to figure out a good size to choose, i weight about 138?
m m on Nov 23, 2015
For this Ripcord Burton suggests that you could technically fit into a number of sizes. I think, though, the 150cm length is going to be your ideal size.
What would be the best binding setup for this board, something to color coordinate but nothing to pricey?
Anthony B on Nov 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Burton Freestyle Snowboard Bindings in the "Smoke" color would look really great on the Burton Ripcord Snowboard.

Check out the bindings HERE:
I'm 6 feet tall, 180lbs with a size 11 boot, will the 159cm ripcord be right for me?
Matthew D on Oct 1, 2015

Yep you fit within the weight range of the Burton Ripcord Snowboard and it's waist width will work great with your boot size.

Awesome pick.
I'm 6' 145 lbs and wear a size 11 boot, is the 159cm a good size for me or do I need a wide board?
A shopper on Sep 25, 2015
Burton suggests the 150-157 are lengths you could ride well with 154 being ideal. As you are taller, you could ride the 159... but it depends on your riding preference and skill level. The 159cm length board has a waist of 25.6mm. That will be close, but your 11 boots will work on it.. especially if you 'duck' your feet a little.
I am 6 feet tall, weigh about 140 pounds and have a size 13 foot. Will the 157 cm Ripcord snowboard fit me?
A shopper on Jul 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Good Day. You are looking at the regular width Ripcord, and none of these will work with a size 13 boot. This is the Wide version: Burton suggests that either the 156cm or 158cm length would be great for you!
I have a size 9 invader boot. Will this board size 145 be too narrow for my size boot?
Ryan H on Mar 9, 2015
Close actually... this board may be a bit narrow. Further, Burton suggests that this Ripcord Board is ideal for someone who weighs between 110 and 140 pounds... is that you?
what is a good price for a snowboard?
A shopper on Nov 14, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Well, $1 would be a great price but you'll never find it...but other than that the price for the Burton Ripcord Snowboard is great.
Can I get it for any cheaper?
A shopper on Nov 12, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Apply for a job at The House and get the employee discount. Other than that no as this is a 2015 snowboard and is not allowed to sell at a discount.