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Burton Clash Wide Snowboard


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Description: Burton Clash Wide Snowboard

A good start for that rider who is looking for their first board or looking to try something different from their previous set up. The Burton Clash comes with a flat top camber profile that allows for a stable and playful performance. A directional shape allows for a forward thinking board that rides in your preferred direction while still allowing you to ride switch is the situation presents itself. A slight tapered shape means this deck has a wider nose then its tail for a ride that feels very surf like and laid back. Throw these ingredients together on a easy maintenance base for quick tunes and more ride time and you have got a no brainer choice for your next deck.

Key Features of Burton Clash Wide Snowboard:
  • Bend: Flat Top™
  • Shape: Directional [3-6mm Taper]
  • Flex: Twin
  • Core: FSC™ Certified Super Fly® 800G Core
  • Dualzone™ EGD™
  • Squeezebox Low
  • Fiberglass: Biax™
  • Base: Extruded
  • The Channel™
  • Cruise Control Edge Tune
  • Diecut Base Color Combinations May Vary
  • Artist: Tyler Keeton Robbins []
  • Personality: Soft and Playful
Length (cm) 157W 160W 164W
Effective Edge (cm) 124 126 130
Tip Width (cm) 30.63 30.91 31.25
Tail Width (cm) 30.13 30.41 30.65
Waist Width (cm) 25.8 26 26.2
Sidecut (m) 7.7 7.9 8.2

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.

Clash Wide

4.8 / 5.0
7 Reviews
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Awesome catch free ride that is stable and smooth.
I was looking for a board that was inexpensive and would be easy to ride. This board rocks! I started the season on a hand me down board that was very catchy and the first time on the mountain with the new setup I was so much more confident! My riding improved almost instantly and it was a blast. I would recommend this board for beginners like myself who are looking for a good board they can grow with.
March 10, 2018
Los Angeles, CA, US
Age: 25-44
Burton Clash Wide Snowboard
Sweet board for a sweet price. Looks awesome. Can’t wait to shred
August 20, 2018
4 months ago
love it
just hit the slopes this weekend and the board performed better then expected, ecstatic with my purchase.
December 17, 2018
Age: 25-44
3 weeks ago
great buy so far
bought this last season for my bf, yet he didnt ride it cause he procrastinated too long, it shipped quick. it looks amazing. he loves it. once he is able to get out this next season, i’ll be adding more about how it actually rides. great buy so far with its quality
July 17, 2018
winchester, VA, US
Age: 25-44

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Why did you choose this? Store
he wanted it. Burton is a good name.
Lena B on Dec 18, 2018
Beginner with big feet.
Bob L on Nov 30, 2018
he wanted it. Burton is a good name.
Lena B on Dec 18, 2018
I'm a 6'3", 220lb noob and its supposed to be easy to learn on. I like the channel system also.
Derek B on Dec 15, 2018
Beginner with big feet.
Bob L on Nov 30, 2018
On sale
Autumn K on Nov 13, 2018
I'm a 6'3", 220lb noob and its supposed to be easy to learn on. I like the channel system also.
Derek B on Dec 15, 2018
On sale
Autumn K on Nov 13, 2018
will burton custom bindings work on this board?
A shopper on Nov 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes Burton Custom Bindings will work with the Burton Class Wide Snowboard. Remember to get EST/Channel discs for the Burton Custom Bindings Re:Flex option.
My son is 6'4, weighs 185lbs size 12 shoe. Wide or regular board??
Misti M on Dec 18, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Thanks guys for the responses! I would say wide is a good choice given shoe size and weight
Debating between 160W vs 164W? I am 5'11" 190 lbs/200-215 lbs w/gear. I have been riding a 2005 Burton Bullet 157W for the past 10+ years all over the country but have outgrown it as it is a bit stiff and on the smaller end. Looking for a bigger all mountain board that super easy to ride as I get older. I can ride anywhere on the mountain but not always looking for a challenge through the trees or park anymore, sometimes ya just gotta cruise some groomers or hit some open powder.
Open to thoughts/suggestions!
Jeffrey N on Apr 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for reaching out. The 160W would be the best option. You fit within the suggested weight ranges of both sizes, but the 160W will be better. If you like to cruise around and dip into the tree the 160W will allow for a little more wiggle room in tight spaces, and it'll still float when you get into the deep stuff!
Hi. I have a foot size of twelve. Would this be good for me ??
Rhocker on Dec 20, 2017
This wide version of the Clash will be great for you. Any posted size will work with your boot.
Hello, I’m looking to buy my first board. I bought my gear last year and this year I decided to buy my board. I’m 6’1”, 200 lbs and my boots are 11 1/2. I have been looking the 2018 burton ripcord and the burton clash, which one would be better for me(beginner) Also what would be the best length? And if I need a wide board?
HBS265 on Dec 12, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The 160cm Clash Wide would be the best fit for you.
Hey, do I need a wide board if I’m 175 at 6ft3 with a size 10 boot? Thanks
A shopper on Mar 13, 2018
So wide boards are designed for people with boots that could potentially hang over the edge of the board and drag in the snow while on edge. a size 10 boot on most boards will not hang over. That does not mean that you cannot buy a wide board, but know that they will tend to be a little stiffer and a little less nimble. As a result, keep an eye out for an ideal regular board too. A medium binding will be fine on either. The Clash is a great board overall and you could ride a 160 length no problem.
I’m looking to buy the snowboard it will be my first board, I’m a begginer. I’m 6’1” 190lbs. I need a wide board I have been looking between the 2018 burton ripcord or the Burton clash. What would be the best one to start and also how long would be be board?
HBS265 on Dec 12, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Heitor. These boards are fairly similar in specs and will cover similar ground. However, I am a little biased here because I started on a Burton Clash and it was everything I needed to progress on. The Clash is a board that'll be around for a few seasons that will progress with you!

Hope this helps!
So what step in bindings would be great for this? Size 14 boot
A shopper on Dec 2, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Which brand and model of boots do you ride? The size Large Burton Custom Re"Flex Bindings could work. Check them out here:
I'm 6 '4 and size 14 boot been riding a long time is this still a good board for an experienced all mountain rider and wide enough?
A shopper on Nov 27, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yep! The 164cm size would be the best fit!
Can I use my own bindings with this board?
Steve on Nov 24, 2018
That depends on your bindings. If your bindings are compatible to the Channel mounting style.... then yes. If you tell me what bindings you have I can be way more specific.
does this board come waxed?
A shopper on Aug 18, 2018
Yes, all of the boards that we sell will come waxed and tuned from the factory, so you will not have to worry about waxing the board before you ride it.
Hello, what board size do I need and wide board if I’m 225lb at 6ft with a size 12 boot? Thank you

P.S My weight is dropping so I was thinking to choose 160W. What is your suggestion?
A shopper on Mar 14, 2018
Your ideal board range for most brands and styles will be around a 162cm to 164cm length. With a 12 boot you will want a 'wide' version of a board. I think in this instance the 160cm length will be something you could ride... that will work.
I'm 5'11 and 180 pounds and size 12 in boots... 160 cm is my size?
A shopper on Mar 14, 2018
In this case you will want a board around a 158cm to 160cm length.
is burtons clash board compatibale with Burton Freestyle Re:Flex Snowboard Bindings?
ameer on Feb 23, 2018
The Re:Flex version of Burton's bindings are completely compatible to the Channel System used by the Clash. Know that the EST version of Burton's bindings are specifically designed for the Channel though... and will be optimal. EST:
I’m 266lb and 5.7 with size 10 feet what size board should I ride?
A shopper on Feb 13, 2018
For the most part you will want your snowboard length to be based on weight. You will be best with a board in the range of 161cm to 164cm length.
When a wide fit is needed?
A shopper on Dec 17, 2017
A 'Wide' version of a specific snowboard is recommended for people who have a boot size of 11.5 or larger (in most cases).


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