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Sierra Stunt Wide Snowboard 153

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As a Special Mid Season Release, the Sierra Stunt opens the doorway to another universe of snowboarding for accomplished riders who want to explore snowboarding beyond deep powder and high speed groomers (unfortunately it is not a powder day everyday). The Stunt specializes in fun; fun learning new ground tricks, fun sliding a rail, and fun mingling with all the tricksters at your local resort. In response to repeated demand from our online community, the Stunt is the most freestyle or jib oriented snowboard in the Sierra lineup. The Stunt will compliment your quiver of long and stiff snowboards and is best suited with the More ?

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  Waist Widths:
147- 247mm
155- 252mm
158- 255mm
153MW- 256mm
159W- 260mm
162W- 262mm

- FEEL: 3
- SHAPE: Twin
- FLEX: Twin
- BASE: Structured Extruded
- Camber: V-Rocker Reverse Camber
- CORE: Wood Core
- FIBERGLASS: Biax Fiberglass
- Engineered Core Construction - More efficient energy transfer edge to edge

- Downsize 1 to 2 cm from normal board length

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dougfagel
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Location: US
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Height: 5'9
Weight: 180 lbs
Board Size: 155
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"Top Pick for Your Next Stunt!!" 1/26/2010
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  • Name: Sierra Stunt Wide Snowboard 153
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Super Buttery and Flexi, Great Pop and True Twin Consistency , Fun all over the hill & kills it in the powder
  • Cons:  Could be seen by some as too soft, Extruded Base is durable but not super fast, No reference marks for width stance

Experience:   This board with its reverse camber and true twin shape and flex, modeled after the Burton V-Rocker has a great playful shape and killer design. The board is great for cruising around on the groomers, riding in the park (I tested it on some medium sized features), and performed great while riding in the powder through the trees and even did well in the pipe. The all mountain freestyle rocker is still my personal favorite board press design for riding in the powder and with the true twin shape it makes it an ideal weapon for the rider that wants to enter the realms of switch riding. The soft flex of the board allowed it to be easily manipulated from turn to turn while shredding the tight trees at Steamboat. While riding the board in the pipe it gripped the ice vert wall way better than I would have expected from a soft flexing rocker board. The Stunt while sitting flat on a hard floor will spin like a top. The boards base sits low with the edges pulled away making for a great catch free ride whether holding onto the longest 360 butter in history, popping from one press to the next or just linking some turns after a night of celebrating. The true nature of this board may come from allowing new freestylers to progress their jibs, airs and butters faster than ever, but what I found was it was a board that made me smile as I pushed from one side of the mountain to the next. I personally will recommend this board for riders that want any one of these aspects in a board: easy to turn, fun in all aspects of freestyle, will be riding much more than just snow, want to ride powder like a freestyler, and any rider that is not scared of learning how to get jibby and playful around the hill. I love the graphics, even more when it is strapped to my feet.

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CadillacTramps
Quite possibly the best in-depth review of any Sierra board. Thanks a lot, this will figure into my decision when I buy this board!

Justpha
I agree with cadillac...

JustinCred1ble
Great description, leaning towards purchasing this board for tricks and having fun!


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Location: US
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Height: 6'0
Weight: 170 lbs
Board Size: 155
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Reviews: 7

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"Original Stunt master" 3/6/2010
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  • Name: Sierra Stunt Wide Snowboard 153
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Great price board from repsected manufacturer, Awesome in the Park, Stable all over the mountain

Experience:   As the cost of snowboards keeps going up and up sometimes you need to take a step back and say is board X,Y or Z actually worth the money, or will something that costs less work just as well for me? That's where the Sierra Stunt comes in. I've been riding the Burton Hero since it was released and damn I love that board – it's easy to manipulate, amazing in the park, light, easy to spin and solid on landings. It's ridiculously good in the powder for a twin tip park board and holds up super well on the groomers. So what's that gotta do with the Sierra Stunt? Well the Stunt pretty much does the same as the Hero at a much better price. The Stunt has been built for Sierra by Burton and based on the Burton Blunt. It's got a sweet rocker (reverse camber) which makes presses, butters and rails and boxes super simple. It's got a nice width that's not too slim which gives a nice stability on landings. Spins super easy off jumps and natural hits so that's pretty much freestyle covered! The big surprise with me was the speed of the base and stability. I wasn't expecting too much the board at high speed. Wrong. I was riding Northstar with moldygiraffe, we ended up chasing a bunch of ski racers on Iron Horse at high speed – they were amazed we kept up with them and got massive props from them in the liftline. This was high speed on a bulletproof black run – on a soft reverse camber snowboard with an extruded base! What I really like about this board is any level of rider can get something from it - it's got a mellow enough flex and shape combined with the rocker technology to make it perfect for beginners. It's a great board for that intermediate rider who wants to start learning park but still wants to be able to ride groomers. And for an advanced rider who can really manipulate a board it shreds hard on boxes and rails, lands kickers really stably and can tear up the slopes really well. Boards X, Y and Z, your time is up!

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hpi55
well said

GRANTsharp
wow, love your review this really helped me in my decision thanks!

thang184
Great!


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Height: 6'0
Weight: 210 lbs
Board Size: 156
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"Great Board" 2/8/2010
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  • Name: Sierra Stunt Wide Snowboard 153
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Great in the park, shockingly fast, one of my all time favorite graphics
  • Cons:  extruded base (not much of a con),

Experience:   I have logged a few days on this board now and I am surprised at how much fun I have on it. It is quite snappy/poppy and I get more air off of jumps than expected at times. I did some tree runs on it and was delighted at how well it handles. I also rode it in 8-12 inches of pow and it floated just fine. I tend to prefer park oriented sticks as my all mountain sticks and this one fits that billing. It is easy to press, good on jumps and just overall a fun stick to ride. I do wish it had a sintered base but that is my only real complaint. It definitely softens up the more I ride it so stay tuned for more details after I get 10 or so days on it.

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saldimaria
when you switched from a camber board to a reverse camber board...did u feel like there was something different under you or do they all have the same feeling??


ksmountain
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Height: 5'11
Weight: 215 lbs
Board Size: 161
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Reviews: 8

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"Excellent for Intended Purpose" 11/30/2010
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  • Name: Sierra Stunt Wide Snowboard 153
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Great flex, Catch free,
  • Cons:  Not great outside the park,

Experience:   I own this board in 158. I've ridden it three times. Ok...I want to be real here. I like this board. I gave it four stars. It's my park board. I'll spell out why in a moment. But I can't believe some of the reviews here that talk about this board's all mountain abilities. This is NOT an all mountain board. If you want an all mountain board, look elsewhere. I also own a Burton Joystick and Sierra Crew. I would have thought the following are no duh comparison statements for a park board, but it I can't help but notice that people are claiming this is a good all mountain board. It really isn't. The Stunt does NOT carve well. The Stunt is NOT fast board...in fact, it's rather sluggish. It is NOT very stable at high speed, although more stable than I expected for such a soft board. But its a good park board and flat land trick board. Light, flexy, easy to butter, durable (I pounded it on a box with no mark), easy to spin, basically catch free. For a park board, it's edge control is good and landing stability is good, although I prefer stiffer boards for bigger air. In short, I love this board...for its purpose. Don't be fooled into trying to get a park board and all mountain board in one. If you want a park board...this is a good one. If you want an all mountain board, it's not this board.

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ksmountain
***Update to My Above Review*** I've ridden my Stunt on 10 days now. I want to adjust what I said above. I think I've got it dialed in now, softened up, and have a better understanding of the board. I want to soften my statements above. While I stand by my statement that this is NOT an All Mountain board, I'll strengthen my acknowledgement that the Stunt does do better outside the park that I expected. Above, I said very strong that it does NOT carve well. That's true. But it does carve adequately for such a soft board. It's so easy to turn that it's pretty tight for medium speed tree runs. It's even pretty good in the powder. I still believe it's not very fast, though. All in all, it's not an all-mtn board trappped in a park board body, but for a park board it does pretty well across the mountain.

daanbouman
is the speed really that bad or is it just not super fast? or at least faster than for instance a burton cruzer?


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Location: AU
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Height: 6'0
Weight: 90 lbs
Board Size: 158
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"Sick Board" 7/8/2010
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  • Name: Sierra Stunt Wide Snowboard 153
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Buttery, good pop, awesome for flat ground tricks,
  • Cons:  Non yet,

Experience:   This board is awesome for messing around on, it butters so well and still has heaps of pop. I've found ollies and presses are so easy now. I've used it on some rails and boxes... but unfortunately they haven't opened much more at my local park so I don't know how it will perform on some of the larger jumps. I highly recommend this board for any rider who wants to progress their park skills.
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Weight: 135 lbs
Board Size: 147-155
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"A Real Piece of Junk" 1/6/2012
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  • Name: Sierra Stunt Wide Snowboard 153
  • Skill:  Beginner
  • Pros:  Soft but not too soft, RC Design is effective, Nice Graphics
  • Cons:  Low-End Burton, Extruded/Poorly Adhered Base, DELAM!!!!!!!!!

Experience:   I won this board sometime back from this website. I used it for a few months and it rode very nicely, prompting my original review. It was nice for the park thought not a big air board. After the first few months the base delamed, water and air got under the base. I emailed (then Sierra) and they replaced it no questions asked. I waited the summer out and Trusnow took over. I took my newly replaced board and rode it sparingly for 3 months. The base effectively pealed off like tape. This came as no surprise to me considered this is a Low-End Burton. (which are notorious for poor manufacturing and QA)I promptly called Trusnow and, after jumping through many hoops, got credit towards another board of my choice and went with the Rome Artifact Rocker. Much Better. This board: Cool Design and Tech; Dreadful manufacturing. Dont buy it, dont waste your time.
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Height: 6'3
Weight: 176 lbs
Board Size: 158
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"Buttery Goodness" 8/10/2010
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  • Name: Sierra Stunt Wide Snowboard 153
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Buttery soft, Cheap, Awesome progression board
  • Cons:  Nose/Tail square edges split, Extruded base,

Experience:   I have had two weeks of riding on the Aussie snow with this board so far and hasn't let me down. The Stunt is soft and buttery and highly recommended as a progression board for ground tricks, jibs and small-mid size park features. It does get a little wild at speed, but it isn't designed to be a speed stick. Only word of warning, the nose and tail are prone to split due to square edges... I will have to take a file to mine to stop any more.

Comments & Questions



jonesz
Hey bud, how does it handle chatter? Where do u ride? Im seriously considering this board, or the Ride DH but this is half the price!! But the last thing i want is to be flying down Highnoon on an icy day all out of shape.

aussie_luke
Hey, ridden at both Thredbo and Perisher on this board... If your concerned about chatter and flyin down Highnoon... I don't recommend this board. You can't have a soft freestyle board and expect it perform the same as an all mountain board. It's not the best carve or quick stick but a fun butter/park board. In saying that, I still had plenty of bomb runs, you just have to be more conscious and aware of whats happening under your feet.

pogocap27
is it enough wide even if you wear 12 boot size ? because I would like to buy the 158 is it ok or its btter to buy the 159w ? thx


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Board Size: 155
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"Fun" 4/12/2010
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  • Name: Sierra Stunt Wide Snowboard 153
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  FLEX, edges won't catch, looks awesome
  • Cons:  can't go too fast,

Experience:   Sick board. The edges won't catch on anything, but carving is still just as easy as it is with a camber. Spins amazingly, 360s and more are possible on flat ground, just by buttering and flicking the nose or tail. Doesn't really matter how you land because it just keeps spinning. Super easy to manual/butter, spins on boxes/rails, looks fresh, does well on 15-20 footers but I haven't tried anything bigger than that on this board yet. Plus it's 150 bucks right now, buy it and have more fun than you thought possible.

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daanbouman
hey bro, i know you wrote this a very long time ago, but i just need to know if you had a 155 sierra stunt and if your boot size wasn't too big for that board. please give some advice... thanks bro


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Board Size: 153
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"Excellent Board!" 3/7/2010
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  • Name: Sierra Stunt Wide Snowboard 153
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Soft Flex, Easy for butters, Controls easy

Experience:   This is a great board and i highly recommend for riders looking to step up their freestyle game and learn new tricks. This board is similar to the burton blunt and is a Reverse camber board making it easy to butter and pull of other tricks. It is also an inexpensive board when on sale. Great board Sierra!
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Weight: 185 lbs
Board Size: 156
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"Sierra Eff-ing Stunt!" 3/1/2011
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  • Name: Sierra Stunt Wide Snowboard 153
  • Skill:  Intermediate
  • Pros:  Crazy Flex, Fast turns, CHEAP
  • Cons:  Squirrely at Speed, Top Sheet cracks, Sinks in powder

Experience:   Stats 5'11 185 Lbs Board 155 cm Thought I'd throw that in first since I looked through all these reviews several times before deciding on that length. Anyways, I'm absolutely in love with this board. My other ride feels like a 2X4 compared to this. With this stick, my turns are sharp and I can finally butter without my quads giving out from muscle failure. Took it to Mt. High this weekend and hit about every terrain feature they had. It's almost impossible to catch an edge and difficulty with switch riding is now a thing of the past. At first I overcompensated because I was used to my old board catching an edge on everything like it was a fishhook in velcro. This board will not cut into the snow unless you want it to. Your experience level will feel like it jumped two years into the future on your first run, and I'm nowhere close to joking on that. Drawbacks: Took it through some powder, and instead of floating, in just sank into it. I'm riding a freestyle board that is probably too small for me, so I didn't expect it to do much. The topsheet had a few nicks from God knows what, but my Jeep is all screwed up too and I take pride in that fact. Own up to it and call them battle scars pretty boy! Also, it's a park board, so don't go fast. It starts jumping around, but just a little bit. It really didn't do this as much as I was expecting, so yeah, it'll hold up very well in the descent into the park. Seriously, grab this board. The price is right, and it holds up in the land of jibs, jumps and rails. If you want to freeride, go hang out with skiers.

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thegroetken
Status update on the Stunt: IT CAN DEFINITELY BE USED AS AN ALL-MOUNTAIN BOARD! Just got back from Mammoth. I hit up the double blacks at the top of the gondola on the Stunt, and even with 65mph winds and low visibility, I was able to carve down the the base in under 5 minutes. Gotta go ridiculously fast to do that, and I have to give props because not once did the Stunt feel too wobbly or out of control. Yes it excels in the park, and of course there are better boards out there for the aforementioned trail. I'm pretty sure it helped just because it was so easy and much quicker to move from edge to edge. If you are more park focused, but still like to free ride, the Stunt is seriously the way to go.



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