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Sierra Crew Snowboard Men's

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Sierra Says: Following the success of the Sierra Crew in previous seasons, we felt it was time to up the ante in 2010. The new Sierra Crew, designed by Phil Wiles, to provide something that the experienced riders could love and the newer shredders could appreciate as they progress. Needless to say, this board rips everything the mountain has to offer. The 2010 Sierra Crew is what happens when snowboarding combines with the biggest and most passionate snow community. The 2010 Sierra Crew is a fully versatile, super exclusive snowboard built just for YOU.


Artist's Note: The starting point for the graphics was a typeface I created especially for this project which spelt out the words 'Custom' and 'Crew'. As we weren't allowed to use the name Custom on the board I abstracted the shapes and overlaid them, some as filled shapes, some as outline.

With the help of the community (voting in our forum polls) we nailed the colors down to the ones you see here - I'm distraught as I wanted the purple in the 156cm as that's what I ride!

Working with Burton to make these was an awesome process, they really pulled out all the stops for us on this board - they changed the printing process so we could print with Pantone colors so that the colors on the board really pop. - Phil Wiles

Base color may very.

  - Directional Shape is the best all mountain shape
- Twin Flex makes snowboard tricks fun
- Superfly II core
- Dualzone EGD
- Carbon I beam
- Triax Response Fiberglass
- 10:45 Sidewalls
- Pro-tip
- Negative Core Profile
- Feel: 6
- Sintered Base


Waist Widths:

152- 244mm
156- 248mm
158- 249mm
157w- 257mm
160w- 259mm

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GUTH
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Height: 5'6
Weight: 165 lbs
Board Size: 153
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"New Crew, Can Do!" 12/11/2009
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  • Name: Sierra Crew Snowboard Men's
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds,Low Speeds,Off Trail,Park,Powder,Switch Riding,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Easy to Carve, Stable at High speeds, Playful yet powerful.
  • Cons:  I like boards a little more centerd. ,

Experience:   Hey all, Guth here to tell ya what i think of the 2010 Sierra Crew. This year we went where no Sierra Crew has gone before. The 2010 came from a background of tradition and experience. Based of the Burton custom (best selling board of all time) we added our in home graphics and a regular 4 hole pattern top keep your compatibility options open. As for performance...'Nuff Said. Talk about a board that really just rides everything well. Its mid flex, not too soft, not too stiff, makes it great for any riding level, and any condition. The elongated nose pushes through crud and pow like a hot knife in butter. Carbon I beam gives it power in the core without making it stiff, so don’t be afraid to push your riding to the next level. The crew will keep up anything you can throw at it. So all in all. If you could only have one board for any day of the year, the Crew is at the top of the list. Ice, pow, rail, its like a Wal-Mart. You can get anything out of it.. I gave it the coveted 5 Star rating i normally only give the 5 stars for product i have decided i liked enough to own, but my budget this season is too low for a new board.. but it deserves it.

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traderjoe
Who actually is the manufactor of the Crew?

ihitbongsdaily
How many were made??

Greenhill14
sweeeet board. got mine about 3 weeks ago. love the thing. handels powder and ice amazing. deffanetly recomend this board.


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Height: 5'11
Weight: 160 lbs
Board Size: 156
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"Upgrade from last seasons" 12/13/2009
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  • Name: Sierra Crew Snowboard Men's
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds,Low Speeds,Off Trail,Powder,Switch Riding,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  fast base,
  • Cons:  takes time to break in,

Experience:   I got the opportunity to ride this board one on one with the 2010 burton custom. The conditions were some dust on crust and some deeper pow lines. The first couple of runs on the Sierra Crew gave me the impression that it wasn't going to be that fun of a snowboard. It felt very stiff torsionally and wanted to chatter a little at high speeds. After 3 runs of buttering as much as i could and ollieing off everything i could, it started to loosen up quite a bit. If you get this board, make sure you ride it a bit before you make up your mind whether you like it or not. After about 10 runs on it, its flex started to feel more and more like the custom. Overall i took about 15 runs on the sierra crew and then the same on the burton custom. When I rode last years Sierra Crew, I found it to be a little sluggish, but this years was able to keep up when i tried to take it to the limits. When taking it through the tracked out pow, i was able to point it and go and it chopped through quite well. In deeper untracked snow it stayed afloat fairly easily even though i was riding the 156 mounted centered. I rode the same stance on the 56 custom and while the custom rode better in the untracked, the crew seemed to cut through the chop better. Due to the snowy conditions i was limited to which park features were open, but was able to hit a few boxes and smaller jumps. It was comfortable on both the boxes and jumps. Initially when looking at this board it seemed to be more directional than expected, but when riding switch it felt like a twin, which is due to its sidecut. Again due to the snow conditions i was unable to ride on groomers where i could really test the stability at higher speeds, but it stayed stable as fast as i could get it going. Overall i'd rate this board close to a 4 out of 5 because of the way it rides right out of the bag. I have a feeling that after a couple days on the snow it will rip.

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kymerj1
Yeah, you definitly have to break it in first.

scorpius
hey donald, do you reckon a size 10 will fit this 156 board without too much toe and heel overhang? Thanks

sebastian23
Same here; i agree you have to break it in first. Was stiff the first few runs!


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"This board is a BEAST" 3/21/2010
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  • Name: Sierra Crew Snowboard Men's
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  High Speeds,Low Speeds,Powder
  • Pros:  Forgiving Flex, Edge Holding, Speed
  • Cons:  None, None, Breaking People's Necks

Experience:   This board performs so well I can't ask for anything more. The response when switching edges and its ability to hold an edge when your charging down the mountain is ridiculous. There's no need to be fearful of wobbling and falling on your bootay when your flying passed everyone on the mountain because this board can handle anything, no joke. I popped down into a pretty steep drop real sketchy and the board had just enough flex to compensate for it and the rest was history. With enough pop to get some ground 180s when dorking around, and with just enough flex to absorb the rough terrain, this board will be with me for a long long time. My first ride on it was on some slush and it still got me far on the flats. And the best part is people can't help but rubber neck and admire the graphics. Hands down worth every penny. Go get one! Srsly.

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letsgoride
well i went to a board shop and he i asked them if they carried the crew and he said he has never even heard of the crew.... im not sure thats a good thing anywyas i was wondering whether i should get this or the capita indoor survival 152 for all mountain... i want it to last a long time.. and i dont have enough money to build a quiver so this board should pretty much do it all.... comments/questions?!?! let me know thanks :D

Halewafa
Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I think burton used to make the sierra crews for sierrasnowboard, not sure if they still do... So that guy might not have heard of it since it's just for this store. I could be talking out my ass right now but I'm pretty sure I remember hearing something like that. Anyways, I've had this board for one season now and I love it! I would highly recommend it


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"Without question... the BEST board I have ever ridden" 2/9/2010
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  • Name: Sierra Crew Snowboard Men's
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds,Low Speeds,Off Trail,Park,Powder,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Fast, fast, fast.. did I mention fast, Stable at high speed or low speed, Holds an edge like nobody's business
  • Cons:  Scratches easily,

Experience:   I was using a Ride Havoc and bought this board because my Ride was pretty much dead and didn't have anymore pop to it. I never really thought a board would make that big of a difference in my riding but boy was I wrong... dead wrong. To start off, skills-wise I am probably somewhere between a progressing beginner to an intermediate rider. I can hit small jumps and low boxes... do fine on blue runs and can take blacks with a little difficulty. But everytime I rode, my buddies would fly past me down the mountain cause at high speed my board had a lot of chatter and was simply too unstable for me to feel comfortable. But the Crew changed all that. The board, especially with the factory wax, was crazy slippery and fast. It just kept picking up speed heading down runs. However, the amazing thing was that the board's stability only increased as my speed went up. I even freaked out a couple of times and tried to bail but the board kept me up. It's like vehicle dynamic control on a snowboard. I took the board through the park, over jumps, through groomed and ungroomed runs and it handled like a pro. We even had some whiteout conditions where I couldn't see the terrain very well but whether I hit a bump or a dip, the board took it all in stride and definitely made me a much better rider. I never could have done that with my Ride Havoc. Very forgiving but also holds an edge really well. You can definitely carve with this board all over the mountain. This board is absolutely worth the price... hell it's worth twice the price if you ask me. Whoever got in on the deal where it was $249 with free shipping AND a $100 gift card got an amazing board for basically $150... I missed that deal by a week but even at full price, this board is well worth it. It has totally opened up a whole new world for my riding and I feel a lot more confident in taking on whatever the mountain can throw at me with the Crew underneath my feet.
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Height: 5'11
Weight: 150 lbs
Board Size: 155
getting comfortable
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"Sweet board!" 9/9/2011
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  • Name: Sierra Crew Snowboard Men's
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds,Off Trail,Powder
  • Pros:  Surprisingly good pop for the price, Swish graphics, Super stable when bombing runs
  • Cons:  Can catch in slush, A bit heavy,

Experience:   A mate of mine was really sick last season, and I demo'd his board for a few days. This board is an absolute dream to ride, its mad responsive and super fast. Even though it's a regular camber, its still a gnarl-fest in the park, I found myself doing 360's and grabs with ease. My only gripe is that this board is a bit on the heavy side, and can catch in slush. An amazing board for the price, GET THIS BOARD!
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Board Size: 157w
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"1st time board buyer, would recommend" 4/5/2010
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  • Name: Sierra Crew Snowboard Men's
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Good stopping , Great For Carving,

Experience:   As a beginner, picking up too much speed through my inability to carve was a problem, and this board helped me solve that problem with it's great carving ability. Would def recommend, great price too!

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sebastian23
Same here; was picking up way too much speed at the beginning. once i learned to carve, that changed things. Being my first board i do not have a point of reference, but i felt the board was stiff at first and smoothed up and was able to carve nicely later.


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Height: 6'0
Weight: 210 lbs
Board Size: 159
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"Bang for your buck" 2/8/2010
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  • Name: Sierra Crew Snowboard Men's
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds,Off Trail,Powder,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  stable at high speeds, busts through all the chop, super fast base

Experience:   The crew is smokin fast! I've been riding the 160w with my Burton Co2 bindings this year and have been loving it more and more everyday. I'm 6', 210 lbs, and have 11.5 Burton Ions. My stance is 24'', centered, and at 15/-15. Sierra set this board up with the 4x pattern so you aren't limited to only Burton bindings. After riding it a few times its settled into a very nice mid-flexing board. It cuts through the chop like a champ, floats through the pow, and powers down groomers like a rocket! It's got great pop and holds edge all over. A great board to take up to the mountain for any condition. Our one and only English Butler did a great job on the graphics! Cheers Phil! Like the title says, you won't find a better stick for the price!

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jonesz
whats your boot size. Im a 12 and a little worried this deck will give me some heel drag.. what u think?

Barra_dan
Get the wide board bud and you'll be fine I've got size 13 boots


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"Best Sierra Crew Yet!!" 12/11/2009
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  • Name: Sierra Crew Snowboard Men's
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds,Low Speeds,Off Trail,Park,Powder,Switch Riding,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Fast, stable, good edgehold, snappy,

Experience:   The 2010 Crew is our best rendition to date. This time we decided to team up with our friends at Burton to design a Crew that is more performance-oriented than those of the past. ANY LEVEL of rider can enjoy this one, but we crafted it specifically for the guy who knows what he is doing. This was inspired by the versatility and popularity of the Burton Custom and shares a lot of similarities. Take this board everywhere and have a good time.

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rainnonu
When I get this board, should I detune it? or does it come detuned already?

howlc
@rainnonu: u need to get it detuned =]


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"Awesome Board!" 12/22/2009
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  • Name: Sierra Crew Snowboard Men's
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds,Low Speeds,Off Trail,Park,Powder,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  Fast, Poppy , Stable
  • Cons:  non,

Experience:   Finally got my first runs on my new Sierra Crew today. Conditions: Great on the surface groom, but raining an fog. With that said, I forced myself to take 10 runs or so just to get an idea of the board. I must say, I almost stayed all day. The ride is so awesome. I have been riding the V-rocker the past couple of days on the hill, and they are so different I can't believe they are both based off a Custom. Might as well be totally different boards. The Crew is slightly narrower, stiffer and has that wonderful feel of camber in turns. Where the tail propels you into the next carve. No real park today, just messing around on rollers and bumps, but it felt like it had more pop actually and its definitely a ton more stable when going fast. It had the light, poppy feeling of my Vapor actually, but is a ton more stable when going fast. I would say they are a similar flex even. The Crew probably a little bit softer. Though it definitely rips carves way better than my Vapor does. There was still some ''untouched pow'' as the resort website called it. Which was actually nearly two feet deep, what they left out is that it was water soaked and the consistency of grandmas mashed potatoes. However I was actually able to stay on top of it. Thank goodness because I didn't realize how thick it was before I peeled off a run at high speeds and basically had myself in between runs and had to finish the whole way down in ito get back to packed snow. What I think I found most interesting about this board is it felt like it had all the things I like about my Custom X, i.e., its ridiculously fast and poppy with a ton of edge grip. But its delivered in mellower package that you can just dork around on at the same time. I think it fits in the Sierra lineup very well. The Sierrascope is much softer and flexy and is a better dedicated park stick.

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mounty_matt
does this board have a good flex to it?


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Board Size: 161
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"very good board, especially for the price" 3/13/2011
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  • Name: Sierra Crew Snowboard Men's
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Use:  Groomed,High Speeds,Ungroomed
  • Pros:  price!, very similar to the Custom,

Experience:   I actually sold my '08 Burton Custom 158 and picked up a Sierra Crew 160W. I'm 6'3 215lbs, and the Custom was just a little bit small for me. I didn't really want to shell out for another one, and with everyone saying how the Crew is just a Custom with different graphics, I thought I'd give it a try, especially since it was in stock in a perfect size for me. I've put 3 days on the Crew so far, and I'm loving it! It has the same all-mountain prowess of my Custom, but I no longer feel antsy bombing down groomers. I think it was probably more mental than anything else with the Custom, just knowing it was a little too small, but I definitely have confidence in the Crew. I picked up with Rome S90 bindings with them, and they're a great match. I am probably going to use this set up as often as I use my Reverse Crew 162 with Burton Cartels. The bindings have a very similar feel, and it's great being able to go from a reverse camber to regular camber without too many other variables. I'd definitely recommend this board to anyone from beginner (due to price) to advanced.

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seacow234
this is a camber snowboard :O

getkong
right. My Crew is camber, and my Reverse Crew is reverse camber.

joeyscholl
This is undoubtedly one of the high end and will be one of the most sought for snowboards of the year.



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