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Built for big-footers looking to push their limits, the Burton Bullet Wide Snowboard makes it easier than ever to get better at snowboarding. With an EZ-V rocker shape and Cruise Control edge tune designed to all but eliminate those painful edge-catch slams, the Bullet turns the snowboard learning curve into a, uh, learning trapezoid or something.

  • V-Rocker profile lifts your contact points out of the snow for fewer hangups and better float in the deep stuff
  • Cruise Control edge tune for a super-forgiving ride that's easy to turn without worry of snagging your edge
  • Tip-to-tail wood Fly core for long-lasting pop that won't weigh you down
  • Micro-tapered shape (3-6 mm, depending on size) for effortless turn initiation
  • Extruded base is low-maintenance and easy to repair
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Easy to Ride, Easy on the wallet for the bigger boot

    The most fun, cost effective board for those with the big feet. Similar to the Clash you will find that the Bullet has V-Rocker and Cruise control for a catch, free fun ride.

    I'm going to buy my next board and looking for something Wide and Soft. I have Burton Bullet 2009 model and is pretty satisfied with it. I was going to buy this model again, but I see a lot of comments that this board if for beginners... I've started hitting the park... Would it still be fine for park? And why Burton Blunt would be better for example?

    In a twin the board is the same in the nose as it is in the tail, mirror image, (architecturally) and in a directional twin the board is the same shape but the bindings may be set back a few centimeters towards the tail. (for those who want the option to ride switch but normally ride regular)

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    I have size 10.5 Feet, and im 5'5 165 lbs,...

    I have size 10.5 Feet, and im 5'5 165 lbs, do i need to get a wide, and is the 157 ok for me? I am an intermediate rider who goes all mountain, but visits the park occasionally