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Get your little lady started off on the right foot.

Burton's Learn to Ride program is probably the most successful program on the planet for getting little girls linking their first turns. The Big B took everything they've learned and applied it to the Chicklet girls' snowboard to make learning to ride a piece of cake. Featuring a Flat Top profile with an Easy Rider convex base, it's just about impossible to catch an edge, which means fewer  faceplants and more smiles. It's way easier to learn to snowboard when you're having fun, and between relaxed feel and sweet graphics, that won't be a problem. The scratch-and-sniff top sheet is just an added bonus.

The chopper runs Burton's Flat Top profile with Easy Rider. Like you probably guessed, that means it's flat, with a touch of rocker in the tip and tail for a catch-free ride. The twin shape keeps little girls shredding ambidextrously and progressing like crazy, whether they're still doing the falling leaf, or they're working on switch turns. There's a Fly core that's profiled for lighter riders, and, combined with the biax fiberglass construction, it yields and easy flex. The extruded base runs fast even if you don't wax it every day, and it's a piece of cake to repair should the need arise.

  • Twin shape
  • Flat Top with Easy Rider (flat shape, convex base)
  • Fly core
  • Extruded base

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How do I know what size I should buy?

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How do I know what size I should buy?

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This is a pretty good guide: http://www.evo.com/how-to-choose-a-snowboard-size-chart-and-buying-guide.aspx