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Burton Blunt Wide Snowboard


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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.

Key Features of Burton Blunt Wide Snowboard:
  • 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 []
Length (cm) 156 159 163
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
Sidecut (m) 7.7 7.92 8.17

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.

Blunt Wide

Past Season Product

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to narrow for big feet
I have size 13 men's feet. This board which is a wide is just a little too narrow for my feet.
January 24, 2015
over 3 years ago
all around great
This board is all around great, the flexibility is just right for terrain parks and mountain riding it's more flexible than stiff and more than easy to butter on down the whole mountain. Also the speed and control on this board is wonderful, basically is a all around great and fun board for any conditions.
April 4, 2015
over 2 years ago

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It was what my son wanted
Walter James B on Nov 29, 2014
It was what my son wanted
Walter James B on Nov 29, 2014
I ride for 3-4 years now with a rent board. I decided to buy this board. I'm 5.9ft and I wear 11 in the shoes. I don't reach high speeds yet.. I still don't make jumps etc but I want to give shot. Basically I go freestyle. I will keep this board for long so is this a good option for me? I want to buy the 159W. Also the bindings I look for this board are the Burton mission.
Anonymous on Dec 20, 2013
BEST ANSWER: All I can say is DO IT!!!! I started last year with a friend's 161 wide...thought it was sluggish I bought the 159w....I'm 6'2 with a size 13..... I couldn't have been happier....the speed you keep on this board is incredible...I just started jumps and it has spring....I got the est customs and no problems seen...for how you ride and how you ARE going to start riding, I would highly recommend it...get it, shred it, and fall in love
Can i also ride all mountain?
A shopper on Nov 16, 2013
BEST ANSWER: This board isnt going to be that stable a high speeds and will be to soft if your dropping big cliffs and hitting big jumps. If you ride park most of the time this is an awesome board.
what would be a good all around board for beginners then?
A shopper on Jan 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hey.... it would. Unless you have size 11.5 or larger boots you do not need the Wide version of the board though.
is this a good beginners board? or should i got with a camber or rocker type board?
A shopper on Jan 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I only snowboard once or twice a year, so I am definitely no expert, but I think this board would be great for beginners. I just took it to Beaver Creek, Colorado, and was able to ride all types of terrain. Groomers, park, powder, icy patches, etc. I used to ride a full-on camber board, and I noticed I was less prone to catching an edge riding this Burton Blunt....because of it's flat shape....and slight rocker tips.
What types of bindings work best with this board?
evthomp22 on Dec 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Any bindings that are compatible with channel lock systems will work. Best is relevant to what they plan on using the board for and how much they want to spend
I just got a new burton board do I need to wax it or does it have a factory wax?
lil park on Jan 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Both answers are good actually. It really should be waxed, however in a pinch, the board is pre-waxed, and would get down the slops the first time or two out.
I'm 5'10 180 pounds size 11 boot , should I be a 159 wide?
A shopper on Dec 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I'm 6' and 190 lbs with a size 12 boot. I bought the 156w and it's too small. I would recommend going to the 159w. Definitely not any shorter.
Will my Flow Bindings work with this board ? Flow Ride 1.
markCM on Feb 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes. You MIGHT need to get a modified set of the circle thingys that holds the binding to the board. They're like $10.

I have flow bindings on a channel system, burton board.
HI. I want to get my boyfriend a new snowboard for Christmas. He is pretty decent and he likes the park. He is going on a snowboarding trip in the Alps in March. He's 6'1" about 180. His shoe size is 12.5. (I'm not sure his boot size, sorry I don't know if you size up for that, because of socks? Sorry, I'm dumb. hahahah) Would this be a good board for him? What size would I want to get him? Thanks for your help. I'm trying to make it a surprise and I don't want to ask him any questions. :)
Kerrey on Oct 15, 2015
I conferred with our snowboard specialist, and she though this Blunt Wide is a great choice. Still a twin, but a little set-back. This board will be competent anywhere, and will always be fun. Nice!
I've been riding now for about 14 years on the same board since I was 16 years old. Haven't done any serious riding since college and am looking to take a trip Northeast this coming season so I'm in need of a new board finally. I'm 5'11" and weigh around 170 lbs. I do all mountain riding, don't venture into the park much at all. I like being able to cruise the mountain anywhere and everywhere. I wear a size 11-12 shoe so I'm looking at wide boards. Is this a solid board to ride? Any and all recommendations are appreciated.
Guest on Sep 24, 2015

The Burton Blunt Snowboard is a great All Mountain Freestyle deck, but it may not be exactly what you're looking for.

With in a similar price point as the Blunt there is another outstanding board from Rossignol called the One Magtek Midwide. It's a great board that does well in all terrain types. From trees, to powder, to hard groomers, the One Magtek is a board that always stands out.

Check it out HERE:
We have the burton 3d bindings and did not see anywhere on this site that in order to use the 3 hole bindings with this board that we need an adapter kit? The burton website states that this is a free adapter set from the store where you purchase the board?
A shopper on Jan 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: On ALL binding product pages in the specs field it clearly describes the compatibility of which mounting patters the bindings can be used on.

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.
Do you have to use EST bindings for this board?
evthomp22 on Dec 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hello Evan.
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 6'4 at 200lb size 13. I've been riding for 2 seasons.I'm mostly riding steep blues and blacks (not much in parks) with high speed carving and some air, I'm looking to upgrade from my Burton Bullet 64 that I purchased here. It's a great board to learn, solid built and can take some serious beating. It's really stable and forgiving.

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?
Alex G on Mar 26, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Short answer: 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.
I currently have a 2013 Burton Blunt. I like that I can take the board all over the mountain, but I like the park more than anything. The board is stiff in my opinion. I'm trying to find another Burton board that would be good for the park with more flex. Any suggestions?
Matthew on Feb 18, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hey Matthew,

The Blunt is a rocker park board so it doesn't get much softer. The Burton Hate is probably your only option.
Good for rails and jumps?
First Name L on Sep 10, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Yes the Burton Blunt Wide Snowboard is great for freestyle riding, both jumps and jibs.