Burton Clash 153

Brand: Burton

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(Guest)
03/01/2009
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Strenghts:
Very naughty board for the offpiste but I think it's not good with the freestyle bindings .. nice board and fast at the jump very smooth but still a little too flexible sometimes at high speed ..

Weaknesses:
not slalom backe board.

Summary:
very good value for money.

ChristofferEngstrom
17/03/2005
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Very good board if you do not care to have the best cut in the piste!
Very easy board that makes it easy to handle. Easy to jump and go offpiste with but miss a slight piste.

the_Goose
25/08/2003
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think it's a very good board for that price .. but can be seen a bit more like a beginner board .. despite it, I think it's quite hard and has a slight flex .. but that said affordable

Model year: 2001
DPP
22/07/2003
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A good board for the beginner, it is lightweight and easy to handle. However, if the board does not have a cut, it only scrapes it. This fits the beginner but if you have more ambition with your ride, do not choose this board.
Obviously I recommend Burton Code, Burton Custom or Burton Ballance.

Model year: 2002
henrikmoller
21/11/2002
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best board I went on! Spot on!

Model year: 2001
Dudeno1
09/02/2002
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Good in all the places I tested it. It's easy ride, fast from edge to edge and it's good flex. It weighs incredibly little, but it may be untouched if you have had a heavy board before but after 1 - 2 yard you will get used to and notice all the benefits of a lightweight board. In short, a super board for the small price.

Model year: 2002