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    Posted: Aug/04/2006 at 3:20pm
 
Mike Says: In our store, many customers ask us, "I just go snowboarding a few times per seasonÓwhat board should I ride?" The answer simply is the Burton Clash. Burton designed this board for recreational snowboarders who need a versatile ride for different riding conditions. The Clash has helped people have fun on the slopes for many seasons. For 2007, Burton fine tuned the shape of the Clash, allowing for smoother turn initiations. If cruising is your style, take the clash for a spin.

Brandon Says: Simply stated the 2007 Burton Clash was designed to help bridge the gap between beginner and intermediate snowboarding with a slightly-tapered shape for easy turning ability and biax fiberglass for superb board feel and edge control. From first turns to first descent, this board will be right there with you.
 
Item #: B701510
Retail:  $299.95
 
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Here is a really good board for those that want a good beginning board that will help you progess.

Features:
Lightspeed Vision Base: easy, low maintenance base that also allows for superior images.
Biax React Fiberglass: a relaxed fiberglass that will allow you to try bigger jumps and stomp those new tricks
Sidewall Construction
Negative Core Profile: thinner core in the middle and outside of the board which results in more flex making it a great park/freestyle board.
Fly Core: This is what sets apart Burton beginner boards from other companies. They still use their classic wood core, but it gets the job done. It improves board feel, flex and durability.
Dualzone EGD
Slightly Tapered Shape

               145           151           155           160
Effective Edge      1125 mm     1180 mm      1220 mm      1270 mm
Waist Width           244 mm      247 mm      250 mm      256 mm
Nose Width           287.1 mm      292.6 mm      297.7 mm      305.5 mm
Tail Width           284.1 mm      288.6 mm      292.7 mm      300.5 mm
Sidecut Depth      20.08 mm      21.8 mm      22.6 mm      23.5 mm
Sidecut Radius      7.02 m      7.33 m      7.58 m      7.93 m
Weight Range      75-125 lbs      90-140 lbs      120-170 lbs      140-200+ lb

Review from fellow rider 1: 4 of 5 stars
The Burton Clash is one of the lower end boards on the market, while still being a good enough quality to keep it off of the shelves at Wal Mart.

The board itself is classified as an all mountain board, like most beginner boards are and this is definitely a board that is a beginner board. The board allows a new snowboarder the ability to practice, hone their skills, and move up, but doesn't really offer the realistic challenge of snowboarding that a standard board would. This will obviously slow the rider's progression and when the rider is to change to a better board, it will probably be a very substantial change and it will feel almost like starting over completely.

This particular all mountain board is a decent freeride board, with good cutting edges, and a fairly lightweight frame so that you can glide down the hills at good learning speeds. This board is by no means a fast board, nor will you be able to keep up with your friends on this board without a lot of effort, but it does the job fairly well. The cornering is a little bit on the shaky side, but for the most part it still outperforms a lot of the more expensive boards in that arena.

The Clash is also fairly decent at freestyle, with enough spring to allow for tricks, and enough flex that you can handle virtually any trick with enough practice and skill. The unfortunate part is that the board isn't built to be able to really support a landing and you will feel every little bit of every trick that you perform. The landings are definitely a bit harsh,<
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how is this board? my friend was looking at it
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  Quote squeezied Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/15/2010 at 7:43pm
I own a 2009/10 Clash and I'm getting the hang of it really fast. I can already decently link turns by my fourth time.


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My friend just got it and with any luck, i'll be able to test drive it over the weekend!
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  Quote squeezied Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/19/2010 at 12:10pm
^how was it for you? I like my board, but I'm afraid I'll get over it soon and want a higher end burton board. Confused
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  Quote mikerroneous Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jul/06/2010 at 10:33am
i had a 2004 clash as my first board.  it suited me very well at low speeds.  but now that i've gotten to the point of carving comfortably and going faster, i need a faster board.  i just picked up a sierra crew!
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  Quote westonhood Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar/12/2011 at 11:19am
my 2006 clash is pretty good, and the graphic on it is awesome but i switched boards cuz i'm so good. pretty good board though
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personally, I would like a bit faster board.
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  Quote Mwmartella Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov/28/2011 at 12:01am
I just got one of these to use on my first trip in Canada, ultimate beginner here so fingers crossed its as good as everyone reckons!
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  Quote CLoSeR Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Dec/19/2011 at 2:55pm
The burton clash is a great board to learn on.. you'll have no complaints.
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i started out on an 06 clash. worked great for learning an was good when i started getting into the park. after two years i switched to a higher end and more park suited board but it was great to learn on. fun beginer board not too expensive- no complaintes.
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Nice 1 word post.  Also, the last post prior to your long-winded post was from December...

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  Quote amart77777 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Sep/23/2012 at 3:50pm
Nice board. i got a 2012 clash and i love it. thinking about buying another one in the next few years.
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  Quote ben277 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov/20/2012 at 2:00pm
thinking about buying this board but seems like people get bored of it really quick.
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