Burton Clash 2014-2015 Snowboard Review

The Details:

Few companies put as much into their entry-level ranges as the B does. This has quite a pronounced rocker profile, which is ideal for beginners as it has half as many contact points as a regular camber board – and therefore less chances of catching an edge.

The trade-off is that it’s slightly harder to engage those first turns, but your knees and tailbone will thank you for putting in the extra effort. Being a relatively soft rocker board, it lends itself to freestyle more than a lot of basic boards, and so you won’t necessarily need to upgrade it as soon as you’ve mastered your turns.

The extruded base requires less upkeep – and keeps the cost down too – while the comprehensive size range makes this a great option for anyone’s first ride.



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