Best Burton Snowboard for Park Riders – Burton Blunt

What’s the best board for freestyle riders? Look no further than the Burton Blunt. A good freestyle board is flexible for jibbing but with enough pop to get you up on boxes, rails or kickers, and the Blunt has got all of that plus more to spare.

Burton Blunt Snowboard

2015 Burton Blunt

The Blunt is a playful freestyle board that’s perfect for tearing up the park or running groomers. Available in standard widths as well as wides, Burton’s got you covered if you need a good park board for your big feet. The Blunt is built with a Flat Top shape that is flat underfoot with early-rise tip and tail for catch free jibbing and a forgiving landing if you under/over rotate. Plus the Pro-Tip technology in the tip and tail reduce the weight in these areas for lower swing weight and easier rotation. The jib-friendly construction has a torsionally soft feel that is fun and forgiving.

Whether you’re new to freestyle or well-seasoned, having your stance dialed is critical. The Blunt includes Burton’s exclusive EST Channel System for fine-adjustment that’s super easy. Twin shape and flex make the Blunt a capable board in standard and switch positions to help boost your confidence game. The channel on the blunt comes with a three year warranty so you can ride in confidence.

We recommend pairing the Blunt with any of Burton’s EST bindings for best performance, but we especially like the pairing with the Burton Cartel binding. If you’re the type of rider who likes to modify their stance on the hill, make sure you’ve got the EST Tool and you can spend less time adjusting and more time riding your perfectly dialed stance. This season, give the Blunt a try and elevate your park game.

 

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