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Burton Ripcord Snowboard

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Description: Burton Ripcord Snowboard

A board designed to progress beginner riders and those who have the hang of riding a snowboard, into advanced riders. The Burton 2019 Ripcord Wide is Burton's deck made for the progression of every rider that steps onto it. The Ripcord has a soft flex that will provide you with that fun and playful feel that has you strapping into the snowboard day after day. The directional shape provides you a little more guidance when advancing your skills to what direction you should be riding, regular or switch. The extruded base on the 2019 Ripcord Wide provides you with a smooth ride that requires very little maintenance. Burton's easy bevel edges give the Ripcord a super soft and forgiving feel that makes it nearly impossible to catch an edge, giving the rider a floaty feel. The 2019 Burton Ripcord is the holy grail of snowboards for beginners who are looking to advance their skills on a shred stick. This winter, nail down your skills snowboarding on the 2019 Burton Ripcord.

Key Features of Burton Ripcord Snowboard
  • Bend: Flat Top with Easy Bevel
  • Shape/Flex: Directional [5mm Taper], Directional
  • Core: FSC Certified Fly 900G Core, Squeezebox Low
  • Fiberglass/Base: Biax/Extruded
  • The Channel
  • Super Sap Epoxy
  • Easy Bevel
  • Pro-Tip
  • Personality: 0 - 3 (Playful)
BOARD SIZE 145 150 154 157 159 156W 158W 162W
Weight Range 100-150 lbs. 120-180 lbs. 120-180 lbs. 150-200 lbs. 150-200 lbs. 150-200 lbs. 150-200 lbs. 180-260 lbs.
Running Length 1060mm 1110mm 1150mm 1180mm 1185mm 1170mm 1175mm 1210mm
Waist Width 244mm 247mm 250mm 253mm 256mm 258mm 259mm 261mm
Sidecut Depth 19.9mm 20.9mm 21.6mm 22.2mm 22.3mm 22.0mm 22.1mm 22.7mm
Sidecut Radius 7.1m 7.4m 7.7m 7.9m 7.9m 7.8m 7.8m 8.1m
Stance Width 480mm 505mm 530mm 560mm 560mm 560mm 560mm 560mm
Nose Width 286.3mm 291.2mm 295.7mm 299.9mm 303.0mm 304.5mm 305.7mm 309.0mm
Tail Width 281.3mm 286.2mm 290.7mm 294.9mm 298.0mm 299.5mm 300.7mm 304.0mm
Effective Edge 1110mm 1160mm 1200mm 1230mm 1235mm 1220mm 1225mm 1260mm
Stance Location -25 -25 -25 -25 -25 -25 -25 -25
Binding Sizes S/M M M M M M M M

The Channel® - Stronger, faster, easier, and designed to help dial-in the perfect stance for you - The Channel® gives you ultimate control of your stance and your board in a design compatible with all major bindings (not just Burton's).

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Great board, lightweight, soft edges
Very good intermediate board, very forgiving edges that make learning tricks much easier (for me)
December 5, 2019
10 months ago
Great deck! Fast shipping. Super happy with it.
December 31, 2019
Waterloo, IA, US
Age: 25-44
9 months ago
Super flex
The board is very flexible. Haven't had the chance to ride it yet but I'm very satisfied with this board.
January 6, 2020
9 months ago

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Westley Y on Dec 27, 2019
Westley Y on Dec 27, 2019
i was able to learn about it with the online youtube reviews
Raul P on Dec 18, 2019
i was able to learn about it with the online youtube reviews
Raul P on Dec 18, 2019
Can Burton Step Ons be used for this board?
A shopper on Nov 16, 2019
can I use flow bindings with this board?
Tyler D on Oct 21, 2019
The Burton Ripcord Snowboard has a channel mounting system. When you scroll down on each flow binding you will find the compatibility specs listed on the bottom left hand side. It looks like all of the Flow bindings we have for sale have 3D, 2x4, 4x4, and Channel compatibility.
What type of bindings will I need for this board ??
Devin on Dec 20, 2019
The Burton Ripcord Snowboard has channel mounting compatibility so you will need to get Burton bindings or bindings that have a compatible mounting system.
Hi, I'm about to buy this board for my son. What boots and bindings are recommended for a 16 year old beginner?
Amy P on Dec 1, 2019