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A lux snow-ride.

Your apartment might not be posh (mysteriously sagging bathroom floor) and your car might not be new (rust-color is in, right?), but you do have the Burton Women’s Lux Snowboard. Nothing else matters when you have a sweet, luxurious all-mountain ride on the hill.
  • Negative core profile means thinner sections of core between the bindings for soft flex in the park
  • Super Fly core layers hard and soft wood for pop and light weight
  • Biax React fiberglass means low torsional flex for mastering tricks
  • Dualzone EGD positions wood grain along toe and heel edges to boost strength
  • Pro Tip tapers thickness of tip and tail to reduce swing weight
  • High-Density Lightspeed Vision base so you can cruise through catwalks
  • Burton�s Infinite Ride builds power-boosting stuff into the board, then slides the board into a machine that breaks it in so you get consistent flex season after season
  • We can't control which color base you get, but we're confident you'll dig it

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My daughter loves it.

Moved up from a feather this year to a 143 LUX. She loves the graphics and the slightly softer feel of the lux.

Hi. I am 5'3 - 110 lbs. I am not sure...

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Hi. I am 5'3 - 110 lbs. I am not sure whether to purchase the 143 or 147. Which would be a better choice? I am a beginner. Please help. Thanks.

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Smaller Smaller Smaller... you will have more fun and learn faster on the 143 for sure!!!!!!!!

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Thanks! =)

I'm 5'1 and 96lbs. Should I go with a 136...

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I'm 5'1 and 96lbs. Should I go with a 136 or 139 board? Also what's the best color/bindings for this board?White/black/HOT pink?

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Run the 136 if you plan to stay on groomed runs. Both are fine, but you will learn a lot faster on the 136. White bindings would probably match the best.

I'm 5"8 and 128 pounds what is a good size...

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I'm 5"8 and 128 pounds what is a good size board for me? I am learning and enjoying. I am 41 and want to have this board for awhile. any help would be appreciated

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I'm 5"6 and 165 pounds, What is a good size board for me ?

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Candy, you can run a 147 to a 152

The 147 will be fun and playful and the 152 will be better as you improve.

My recommendation :: go with the smaller version and you will have more fun!

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Franco, you definitely want to rock the 152... you could go a lil' larger if you ride all-mountain. But, if you are a beginner stick with the 152

i'm looking to buy a board but am not sure...

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i'm looking to buy a board but am not sure what size to get. i'm 115 lbs and 5'2. i am a little beyond beginner so would like an intermediate board. any suggestions?

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Perfect choice! You can go with the 146 or 149...

If you like to ride all over the mountain go 149, but in my opinion, you'll have more fun on a 146 as its more playful/easy to control.

This board will take you through intermediate up into advanced! Shred it!