Burton Blunt Wide V-Rocker Snowboard

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    Style: BLUNT WIDE 11

    Bring on the Burton Blunt Snowboard, a freestyle men’s board that belongs in the park. The Blunt will allow you to progress without being punished thanks to the catch-free edge design, V-Rocker, and Cruise Control. 10:45 Sidewalls are extra beefy to handle repeated blows whether intentional or not. The Jumper Cables give you the needed pop off the kickers while the Pro-Tip lightens the load by reducing the swing weight and lets you spin the board with finesse and ease.


    • Shape: Twin
    • Design: Freestyle for park dominance
    • Flex: Twin
    • Flex Rating: 3 (on 1 (soft) to 10 (stiff) scale)
    • Camber: Reverse Camber V-Rocker


    • Wide design with big feet in mind
    • V-Rocker maintains a floaty feel while keeping a strong grip with Frostbite Edges
    • Fly Core with Negative Profile provides a predictable feel from tip to tail
    • Biax Fiberglass promotes a soft and forgiving flex
    • Cruise Control grants more stability with a softer flex and smoother edge tune
    • Extruded Base is durable, low maintenance and easy to repair
    • Rail Ready Edge Tune is rail friendly without sacrificing bite
    • 10:45 Sidewalls are ultra-beefy to withstand repeated impacts
    • Jumper Cables give your jumps more pop and more snap in your turns
    • Pro-Tip reduces weight in tip and tail for easier spins and maneuverability
    • Free Spring 2011 LTR lesson & lift package at participating resorts

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    "how much will it cost to ship to canada"
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    Question by NathanB on 10/1/2011 - 4:22 pm
    "Unfortunately, we are unable to ship outside the U.S. due to agreements we have with our vendors. Please refer to our FAQ's for more information."
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/3/2011 - 8:35 am
    "Are the snowboards made in the USA?"
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    Question by fpbradway on 12/1/2011 - 5:13 pm
    "Most of the Burton boards are made in China these days. They used to produce them in Vermont but it just wasn't cost effective. "
    Answer by alejandra (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/1/2011 - 5:59 pm
    "Does the 156 come in a wide?"
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    Question by Zach on 12/5/2011 - 7:55 pm
    "Yes, the 156 is a wide size."
    Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/6/2011 - 10:18 am
    "Do you have this board in a regular width size?"
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    Question by AmandaR on 12/14/2011 - 7:16 pm
    "Yes we do! it is style #BLUNT 12, it is called the Burton Blunt Snowboard."
    Answer by alejandra (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/14/2011 - 7:24 pm
    "Also, what is the exact width of this board in mm?"
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    Question by AmandaR on 12/14/2011 - 7:17 pm
    "The specs for this board are the following: Length (cm): 153(W) Effective Edge (cm): 117.5 Tip/Tail Width (cm): 29.96 Waist Width (cm): 25.6 Sidecut (m): 7.33 "
    Answer by alejandrasimon (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/14/2011 - 7:41 pm
    "I am 5'8" and weigh 190 lbs. Would the 157 be too short for me?? I also wear a size 13 boot. I do most skiing at Welch Village and Buck Hill "
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    Question by Ben on 12/15/2011 - 3:21 pm
    "I definitely think it would be too small for you. Depending on your ability, I would suggest a 158-160"
    Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/15/2011 - 3:58 pm
    "What's the difference between the wide and normal snowboard ? Is there a big difference ?"
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    Question by Oliver on 12/23/2011 - 12:07 pm
    "The wide board is geared toward adults who have a size 11 shoe and above."
    Answer by david dos (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/23/2011 - 12:43 pm
    "I am 5'9 173 lbs with a boot size of 11. Would a 153 wide Burton blunt be ok or is that too small?"
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    Question by sean on 12/28/2011 - 6:43 pm
    "An appropriate length to start with would be a 159 for an all around board. You could get one smaller ~156 if you are riding at the park and groomers, but if you are riding mostly in deep powder then I would go even bigger like 162."
    Answer by alejandra (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/29/2011 - 8:32 am

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