Never go back to the bunny hill.
- Cruise Control tech has upturned edges on the nose and a mellow flex for easy turn initiation without fear of catching an edge
- Directional shape for effortless turning
- Twin flex for switch stompability
- Grip and Rip edges are ready to ride right out of the box
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I'm a beginner and just purchased this...
I'm a beginner and just purchased this board. What bindings and boots do you recommend? Thanks!
Try out these; http://www.dogfunk.com/burton-stiletto-snowboard-binding-womens they are the stiletto by Burton. The ankle strap is a basic foam strap but it is 3D curved to better fit you ankle, the toe strap is actually a toe cap which is more comfortable and offers more grip and more comfort. These are soft and perfect for learning.
I'm a beginner, but I love this board. I just used it for the first time this weekend and have no complaints. Seems like a great board and definitely worth the money.
This seems to be a good beginner board....
This seems to be a good beginner board. What do you recommend for more of an intermediate level (all-mountain/143-145cm board)?
Never Summer Infinity their camber/rocker design gives you stability at high speed and more pop in the park plus never summer boards are hand pressed in the USA and come with a 3 year warranty
GNU B Pro C2 BTX would be another good one... same camber/rocker design as never summer
The Burton Feather is a great first board. I bought one for my little sis and she progressed so much faster on the Feather than on the board she was previously using. It's also really cute!!! Not only that but my mom who has been riding started using it after my sis was done and now she wont let go and shreds every weekend. The Feather also has a really great graphic.
So i'm only really really new at this......
So i'm only really really new at this... haven't even had a lesson yet... but thought I might get better advice from someone off here, then in the shops trying to sell me something.... i'm 5"5 & 1/2 (every half inch counts...) looking for something for beginners, but be spending the next six months here, so hope to advance a little.... someone told me I would be about a 149cm... what should i look for? would this board be good, or a little too advanced..?
149 may be a pretty good size based on your height, but size is truly based on weight... Do you mind me asking what you weight? Check the sizing chart up above under where you select your board size as its right on! -- you will want to be keyed more towards the freestyle side as you are a beginner and want to make it as easy to learn as possible. Smaller board means easier to maneuver!
The board you are looking at is the best selling Burton board for a reason. PERFECT STARTER! It will take you from beginner up into intermediate riding and then you will want to upgrade to something with a lil' more aggression :)
Seems to be worth every penny!
This board will definately be amazing. I bought it in a 140 a few days ago(I'm 5'0 btw) I haven't used it yet, but ths flex is so smooth and buttery. It's nice and light which will make it even easier to progress. I can tell this board is going to be fun. Plus, It's beautiful!
Worth every penny!
When I first started snowboarding, I bought a cheap Lamar board. After the first season I bought a Burton Feather. I cannot tell you how much the Feather improved my riding. It is obvious to me now that good equipment does make a difference. This board may seem a bit expensive, expecially if you're just starting out, but it's worth it. If you want a quality experience, get quality gear.