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2015 Burton Clash Snowboard (Various Sizes) EXPIRED

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Promoted 02-03-2015 by persian_mafia at 04:04 PM View Original Post
RideMountEverest.com has 2015 Burton Clash Snowboard (Various Sizes) for $306 - 10% off with promo code SNOW = $275.40. Shipping is free. Thanks yadahan

Features:
  • Bend: V-Rocke
  • Shape: Directional Shape, 3-6MM Taper Depending on Size
  • Flex: Twin Flex
  • Core: New Super Fly Core
  • Base: Extruded Base
  • Fiberglass: Biax Fiberglass

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Written by persian_mafia

A great all around snowboard for beginner to intermediate riders. - johnny_miller

Price Comparison: Our research shows that 2015 Burton Clash is $39.50 less (13% Savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $315.

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Edited February 3, 2015 at 01:37 PM by TattyBear
Hi Everyone,
My first post after using this website for a few days, I purchased this snowboard
a few weeks ago after extensive research. Though it's "only" $85 off I found that it's
very difficult to find a 2015 Burton board for less than retail price so for me it was
a great deal.

This is one of the best all mountain snowboards for the price, great for beginner-intermediate.

Retail is $360, most stores don't sell for less and if they do it's usually limited sizes, Mt Everest has all sizes and colors and sells them for $306, use discount code SNOW
at checkout and receive 10% off. There is free shipping via UPS, i got mine well packaged in 4 days. Total was $275.40 shipped.

They appear to have a lot of good deals on new Burton's but this is the only one
i can say for a fact you will not find cheaper anywhere else.

Thanks

http://www.ridemteverest.com/snow.../15-106951


Blast through the basics and upgrade your abilities with the most playful in rocker performance.

Easy to ride, even easier on the wallet, the Burton Clash is ideal for mastering the basics and blasting your first airs. Its progression-friendly design pairs the relaxed feel of V-Rocker(TM) with Cruise Control's convex base for the ultimate in catch-free fun. Softer and mellower than the Blunt, the Clash is built for riders who want to get straight to the fun of cruising with their friends. The Channel(TM) gives you the easiest stance setup and adjustments possible with compatibility that works with any binding (not just Burton's).

BEND: V-Rocker(TM)
SHAPE: Directional Shape, 3-6MM Taper Depending on Size
FLEX: Twin Flex
CORE: NEW Super Fly(R) Core
BASE: Extruded Base
FIBERGLASS: Biax(TM) Fiberglass
DESIGN FEATURES: Cruise Control, NEW Squeezebox Low, The Channel(TM), Cruise Control Edge Tu
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#4
Nice...code works on 2015 Lib Tech boards as well....just wish they had a 164.5 in stock. Thanks.
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Quote from PoleMan14 View Post :
Nice...code works on 2015 Lib Tech boards as well....just wish they had a 164.5 in stock. Thanks.
A 164.5? How much do you weigh?
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A 164.5? How much do you weigh?
Longer length typically gives you more stability at speed and more float in the pow as well. Not just about weight. I learned to board on a 165 back in the day.
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Longer length typically gives you more stability at speed and more float in the pow as well. Not just about weight. I learned to board on a 165 back in the day.
It's also more difficult to initiate turns for lighter folks. So, how much do you weigh?
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Great deal THX!
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Awesome. I've been using the same forum for the past 4 years and I'm going on a trip to Colorado in a few weeks. Perfect timing. In for one.
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How much does he weigh!
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Personally, I don't care how much it weighs...

I want to know how much to add the trucks and wheels... anybody?
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weight please
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How much do you weigh bro?
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Note that the clash is extremely soft and bends like crazy. Heard that it's really only for total beginners and that people easily outgrow the board after a few runs. If you can wait until end of season, you can easily get a better board for ~$200.
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Anybody know how much he weighs?
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