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The Burton Clash (2010) is advertised as a board that delivers more slash for much less cash.

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Pros

durable build handles rails and big air without taking damage

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overall balance between stability and flex is ideal for beginners

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very stable, lands comfortably with a fair amount of forgiveness

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flexible enough to give good response to the rider's movements

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works as an all-mountain board, can handle trails and park

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Cons

doesn't get up a lot of speed on the slope

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cornering is fairly slow, really need to work the edge

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The Burton Clash (2010) is advertised as a board that delivers more slash for much less cash. The board sports a soft, forgiving flex that comes with upturned edges at the nose to make turning, stopping and trick-progression an effortless and fun affair. The board is designed for beginners and serious snowboarders alike with its directional shape, twin flex, and Lightspeed Vision base. The 2010 Burton Clash is designed with a fiberglass Viax React, Slantwall sidewalls and Grip and Rip Tune edges. Along with all of the standard features, the board comes with an extra deal for the consumer, a free LTR lesson and lift ticket package at select resorts. The resorts included in the deal can be found on the manufacturer's website. The board comes in several sizes, from 139cm up to 160cm.

Features
  • Lightspeed Vision base
  • Fly Core with Negative Profile
  • Biax React fiberglass
  • Twin flex
  • Directional Shape
  • Slantwall sidewalls
  • Grip and Rip Tune Edges
  • Sizes: 139, 145, 151, 155, 158, 160cm
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