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The Burton Lux is a fabulous board for the Women who rides because she likes to have fun and doesn't really care about jumps and rails.

A great twin shape with a directional flex. The base is extruded, which is very durable and easy to repair if needed. The camber is really mellow almost a flat camber profile. You will love this deck, It is perfect for my Wife to ride with our kids.

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I am an advanced/intermediate rider...I follow all my ski friends down the mogules and i take on blacks, but currently ride the Burton feelgood and the past few years i have been seriously struggling, getting stuck in snow, catching edge and bailing...and i am in need of a good new board. I need it to be all mountain, all conditions, that is forgiving but also has good carve ability and allows me to keep up with my super good snowboard friends. I am 5'9'', 165lbs, and was thinking about getting the Burton V-Lux in a 154. Is this a good board for what i am looking for and is that a good size?

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Can't comment on the size you need, but I think you need to consider a more advanced board beyond the lux. I'm intermediate/advanced as well [I ride mostly blacks these days] and like to keep up with my boyfriend who likes to ride FAST. The lux is good for beginner/intermediates learning the blues or easy cruising, but once you start to up the ante and start bombing blues/blacks/moguls, the chatter and instability of the board really comes through. I'm looking into the Never Summer Infinity - stiffer, more stable at higher speeds, but flexi enough to hit bumps on the trail and be forgiving when I f--- up. If you want to keep up with your friends and not have to check your speed every 10 seconds because of chatter, don't get this board.