For shred-everything performance and a wider waist width, choose the Burton Blunt Wide snowboard. Time and time again this board wins the hearts of riders for its ability to dominate groomers and slay park features. Lightweight and poppy, it features a FSC Certified Super Fly 800G Wood Core with Dualzone EGD to give you superior edge-hold, response and durability; while Squeezebox Low increases the board's snap and stability, making it easier to manipulate. Frostbite Edges extend out slightly beneath the bindings for ripping groomers and hardpack ice with precision and control but remain smooth and forgiving for transitioning from feature to feature in the park. Flying V blends rocker and camber to give you a catch-free ride with better balance and continuous edge control. And true to Burton, the Blunt Wide is equipped with the faster, easier, stronger and more adjustable mounting system - The Channel - so you have total customization of your stance.
Wide Waist Width
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Hi I'm Trevor and I just got off the Burton Blunt. I give this board a 4 out of 5 stars. Really, really solid little park board. A lot of fun to just kind of mess around and do little butters and hit up the rail park and all that. Not the best carving board but that's not really the customer it's meant for. Like I said, 4 out of 5.
Hey this is Ian and I just got off the Burton Blunt. This is a year over year favorite; definitely 4.5 out of 5 stars. Super, super comfortable; you can ride it anywhere. It's got Flying V construction which is a mix of rocker and camber so it's really comfortable, it butters really well and is easy to ride. It's definitely for your mid-level all-mountain rider and it's just a blast. 4.5 out of 5 stars.
Hi my name is Riley. I just got off the Burton Blunt. I give this board 5 out of 5 stars. Its a super fun board; Frostbite on it makes it hold an edge really, really well. Taking it into the park, it's super soft and fun to just kind of jib around on. But it's that good board for somebody who is, you know, coming off of a beginner park board and wants something that can, you know rip everywhere. So overall, super good, 5 out of 5.
Hey Guys, my name is Dan. I just hopped off the Burton Blunt. This thing is an absolute blast everywhere I took it. I give it 5 out of 5 stars. So you got a hybrid profile; gives great pop. Super even flex throughout the board, you can really feel it if you lay it over on an edge, it does great. If you're doing more of the slide stuff you still got great handles. I'd say this board is 5 out of 5 stars. Any rider who is looking to progress they're intermediate, park riding, all-mountain riding; this is the board for you guys.
Hi I'm Mike. I just got off the Burton Blunt. I give this board a 4 out of 5 stars. The Flying V on this board really gives it a lot of surfiness to it which with the snow conditions today, is great. Hardpack, it makes it a little bit easier to turn but it still holds a really, really good edge. Really good as far as life goes in the board, it really feels like it likes to turn and it really wants to jump into its next turn. Just overall a really fun board for everywhere. 4 out of 5 stars.
Hey this is Ian. Just got done riding the Burton Blunt in a 157. I give this board 5 out of 5 stars. This is a great all-mountain freestyle board. It has the Flying V camber so you get the best of both worlds of both rocker and camber. So you can cruise on groomers, you can go in the deep, you can play around in the park. True twin so whether you ride switch or regular, you can pretty much do everything you want. 5 out of 5 stars. Burton Blunt.