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The Blunt should probably join some kind of support group.

The Burton Blunt Snowboard isn't a museum piece. It was bred and born to be abused. Don't feel bad for it, though. That's what it loves. Rail-ready edges, full rocker, and a soft twin flex mean that the Blunt will take out everything you can shell out, forgive you, then ask for more.

  • Full rocker forgives the occasional sketched landing and floats in the pow-pow
  • Classic tip-to-tail wood Fly core
  • Squeezebox technology transfers energy from underfoot to the edges for more pop and edge hold
  • Frostbite Edges extend slightly underfoot for better hold in icy conditions
  • Pro Tip reduces weight at the tip and tail for less swing weight
  • Twin Flex means the Blunt feels the same whether you're riding forward or switch

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Unanswered Question

i ride with a 153 lib tech diy series and...

i ride with a 153 lib tech diy series and was wondering if 155 would be too big? i want this board to hit the park bc the other ones a stiffy one no flex at all?? help!!

4 5

Pretty good

Coming from a Nitro Sub Zero LE (3/10 flex), this is a pretty good board but not flexible enough for my taste. i would say its a 4/10 on the flex scale. it got some good pop though. but if you're looking for a noodle, dont get this one.

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is it good enough for starting out on the park and to freestyle?

5 5


9 years on the slopes from the east coast to the west coast to Japan. This board makes it too easy. Soooo much fun. The rocker makes butters smooth and easy and very forgiving on the landings. This season has been spent in the northern prefectures of Japan and it's handled all of the powder the land of the rising sun has thrown at me. Highly recommended board.

5 5

Being Blunt

I'm always in the park, and I've been putting this thing through its phases. This board is very forgiving and durable. It's holding up great and I would definitely recommend this thing to anybody.

5 5

First Day on the Blunt

Today was my first day on the blunt and i can honestly i'm very impressed. It took a couple runs getting used to the v-rocker but once i was used to it, I fell in love with the board. I would honestly take this over most boards out there. Definitely my favorite board and makes presses and butters effortless.

5 5

First Day on the Blunt

I just got the blunt and it took a little getting used to but only a couple runs and i think i can honestly say i would take this board over almost any other board. i love the feel of it, super smooth makes butters and presses effortless, locks onto rails like you wouldn't believe and does really well in all sections of the park. definitely the best board I've ridden.

Unanswered Question

I brought a burton blunt 155cm from a...

I brought a burton blunt 155cm from a snowboard shop, however i realized the color on the bottom of the board does not match the color scheme for the 155cm on your website. The letters are red with a black outline.

3 5

witch board!!!!

Im lookin at the burton blunt, rome artifact, and horrorscope (capita)... im havin a tough time deciden? im always in the park.... once in a great while ill shred the rest of the mountain... wich board?

5 5

Burton blunt review

just bought this board at a size 151cm. thing works wonders by far my favorite park board. very forgiving in tough situations, and flow really good through the park. Has a lot of pop thanks to the jumper cables that burton has put in them. and definatly love the detuned edges. flex is soft, but not to soft to where it is out of control, its just right. and im 5'8 170. I had a tough time choosing the 155cm or the 151, but i recommend any one who has a question to go and chat with the online gear helpers. They help tons, with picking the right size.