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Niche Minx Snowboard - Women's

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    3 Reviews


    Park perfection.

    The Niche Women's Minx Snowboard loves to get frisky in the park, but it isn't afraid to test the waters around the rest of the resort, either. With a stable profile and a press-friendly flex, the Minx is ideal for riders who shred everything from jumps and jibs to tree runs and pow fields.

    A mostly flat profile keeps it stable for sending jumps and locking onto rails and rocker at the tips provide a catch-free feel on hardpack and enhanced float in powder. The easy-going flex helps you perfect your presses andt is still responsive enough for hitting jumps and laying down carves. Speaking of carving, 2X Traction bumps along the side on the board add extra grip when you and the crew decide to go for some high-speed groomer runs.

    • For park riders who also hit the rest of the resort
    • Flat with rocker tips is forgiving and stable
    • Twin shape allows unrestricted switch trickery
    • Mid-soft flex is easy to lock into presses
    • Flax stringers add eco-friendly pop and response
    • 2X Traction bumps increase edge hold
    • Snappy Sap resin is stronger and eco-friendlier
    • Niche prides itself on thoughtful design and quality craftsmanship
    • Item #NCH000R

    Tech Specs

    140 cm, 143 cm, 146 cm, 149 cm
    flat with early-rise tips
    mid-soft (4 of 10 on Niche's scale)
    Waist Width
    [140cm] 238 mm, [143cm] 240 mm, [146cm] 243 mm, [149cm] 245 mm
    Sidecut Radius
    [140cm] 6.8 m, [143cm] 6.95 m, [146cm] 7.25 m, [149cm] 7.4 m
    Stance Setback
    Sustainable Wood Core (poplar, paulownia, bamboo)
    flax stringers
    UHMW sintered
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    Finally! The one

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have had way too many snowboards in the last few years and none of them felt quite right. I honestly never felt like I would find a board that was made for me but finally I found it in the minx. First off, this board has a 'grown up' graphic which is hard to find when looking at women's snowboard in a medium-soft flex. The minx has a stiffer center and softer tip and tail (which is what I always look for in a snowboard) and is extremely light and poppy. This board rides amazing and the best thing about the brand is that they are Eco friendly! So happy to finally find the board for me.

    I'm 5'6" 130 lbs and ride the 149. I spend most of my days cruising but am slowly learning more freestyle


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Last year I demo'd this board and fell in love with this board. It's super fun and responsive. I'm not a park rat but on this board I've perfected my 180 and have been known to hit a few rails. It flies through the air. Not my favorite board in the quiver for a deep powder day. It is a little *too* responsive in tracked out pow (read: flies off of every big bump) but it works all around the mountain for more mellow days. All in all a super fun and playful ride. Love the mermaid skeleton graphics from this year.

    Sizing: I'm 5'7" and weigh 130 and ride the 149. Hit me up if you need help with sizing!

    If you have any questions about Niche boards in general feel free to hit me up! I'm stoked on their eco-conscious production and the quality of their boards.

    Excited to give the minx a go!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I picked this board up yesterday, haven't ridden it yet but I'm really excited to see what she's got! I've been riding a Never Summer infinity, directional twin with a rocker-camber hybrid for like 8 years now and I'm pretty over it. It was a great board while it lasted, awesome for high speeds, but I'm really sick of being on a directional twin and want something a little more playful. The minx has a flat profile so it will likely be more fun to play around on the mountain. I've been told that this is not just a freestyle board, that it can be taken all over the mountain, so I'm anxious to see how it handles powder and crud. I think it's definitely geared more towards park/freestyle, but we'll see. Oh, the graphics are AWEZOME!

    ***plus*** Niche is an environmentally conscious company, so I'm happy to be supporting them!