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Easy learning, fun turning.

The rocker reverse camber profile has become the favorite of freestyle snowboarders everywhere for its jib-friendly maneuverability. But there's another side to it: it's great for learning to turn. The EZ V rocker profile on the Burton Women’s Feather Snowboard lifts the edges slightly for a forgiving, catch-free ride when you're dialing those S-turns. And then, once you've got them down, it opens up a whole new world of fun in the park.

  • Slightly tapered directional shape concentrates pop in the tail and offers plenty of overall float and control
  • Symmetrical twin flex gives you a balanced ride whether you’re going regular or switch
  • Cruise Control’s mellow flex and relaxed edge make progression fast and easy
  • Women-specific True Flex Fly wood core provides a forgiving flex for edge control and solid turns
  • Where did that rock come from? Durable extruded base is easy to repair

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3 5

Great Beginner Board

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This was the first board I ever bought, and it made me fall in love with snowboarding. It was a great board to learn on, pretty stiff. Didn't really catch many edges, however, it was harder to control/have a smooth ride with this board once I started getting the hang of the sport.

Unanswered Question

Im really good at going fast down the mt...

Im really good at going fast down the mt but I want a board that handle all mountain stuff but I want to get better in the train park I can do box and ride on rail but this season I want a board with a lot of pop so I can learn how to Ollie

I have a size 10 men's boot would the 156...

I have a size 10 men's boot would the 156 be wide enough for me I weight 140 and I'm 5'11

Responded on

Hey Alyssa,

Yes, the 245mm waist width should be fine although depending on your riding preference the 156 may be a bit on the long side--though not much. 153-155cm (still, depending on your riding preference) with about a 245-250mm waist width is what you should be looking for.

Hi, Can you help me with size.....I'm a...

Hi, Can you help me with size.....I'm a bit confused.....I'm 5'7(170cm) and 45kgs which is about 100lbs, according to the recommendation I should be on 140-144 board, but surely thats too small for my height???
Thanks

Responded on

No, You should ride a 140- 149 cm board for alll mountain, for park 140, for freeride 150-156

Responded on

So a 144cm should do the trick?!

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I am a guy who likes the women snowboard...

I am a guy who likes the women snowboard designs better then the guys a lot of times. is there a difference in how they make them, does one make them better than another, and will a 10.5 foot be too big? also i weigh 145 and am 5'8". what board size would be good for an all around board?(I do rails, back county,jumps,and slope-style stuff)