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Burton Chicklet Snowboard - Girls

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Specs

Type:
  • Freeride
  • All Mountain
  • Freestyle
Shape:
  • Twin
Camber:
  • Flat
  • Flatop with Easyrider
Flex: Soft
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern:
  • 3D
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Unreal!
Base:
  • Extruded
Sidecut:
  • Radial
Stance Setback: None
Recommended Use:
  • Entry Level
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Chicklet Snowboard - Girls

The Chicklet is the ticket for girls who want to start snowboarding. What makes it so perfect is the Easy Rider combo of a catch-free convex base and the softest flex possible so that even the lightest weight riders can master turning and stopping. The flat profile between the feet adds stability for better balance and board control. Attach the Riglet accessory to the nose of the three smallest sizes to tow her around until she's ready to rock bindings.

Key Features of the Burton Chicklet Snowboard:
  • Feel: 1/3
  • Double Chair Package
  • Bend: NEW Flat Top with Easy Rider
  • Shape: Twin
  • Flex: Twin
  • Core: Fly [Unreal! Core on 80cm-100cm Sizes]
  • Fiberglass: Biax
  • Base: Extruded
Dimensions
Length (cm) 80 90 100 110 115 120 125 130
Effective Edge (cm) 48.0 58.0 68.5 78.5 83.5 88.5 93.5 96.0
Tip Width (cm) 19.47 19.95 21.26 23.15 24.34 25.42 26.34 26.64
Tail Width (cm) 19.47 19.95 21.26 23.15 24.34 25.42 26.34 26.64
Waist Width (cm) 17.8 17.9 18.8 20.3 21.3 22.2 23 23.2
Sidecut (m) 2.9 3.56 4.23 4.88 5.21 5.55 6 6.16

Burton ICS channel boards will only work with Burton EST, Burton 3-hole or other ICS compatible bindings.
Burton 3-hole boards will only work with non-EST Burton bindings or other 3-hole compatible bindings.

Chicklet


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  • "Daughter likes it!"

    , Eau Claire,WI
    Pros: Cons:

    Just purchased this for my daughter. She has not ridden it yet, but she likes the graphics and it appears pretty solidly built. She spends equal time in the park and just riding the hills. Should be fun for her. The board arrived on time, thanks.


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Dawn K on Dec 10, 2013
My 5 year old daughter is ready to learn to board this year!
Kevin K on Dec 3, 2013
pretty board
lisa c on Dec 3, 2013
Beginner board for my daughter. We're shopping by design at the moment, but I'm sure this Burton beginner board is fine.
Matthew H on Nov 21, 2013
My wife's going to take up snowboarding for the first time. She is 4'11" tall and weighs around 100 pounds. Will the Burton Chicklet work as an entry level board for her?
Jonathan C on Dec 11, 2013
Best Answer: I wouldn't buy a chicklet. If you plan on going 6x this winter by the end of the winter she'll have outgrown the board, Skill wise. I've taught at least 30 people how to snowboard and by the end of the first season the entry level boards limit what they can do. Especially on icy hills like in Minnesota where I used to board and teach. Your far better off going with a mid level board. The lipsticks are incredible. My wife rides Arbor. I ride Burton Custom x. Look for an all mountain board rather than a park only board unless she only wants to focus on the park. Also I'm not a fan of burton's length suggestions. They use weight as the deciding metric. Personally I feel that height (as long as you're a normal proportion person) is a better metric for board length. At 5'4 my wife rides a 146 Arbor. A 141-143 will do very nicely for your wife. If you ride somewhere with massive powder go longer for your wife. The last thing you want though is for her to feel like she's riding a picnic table down the hill. Spend your cash on good boots as well. Burton seem the warmest. If your in a real cold are try the Thermic accessory heaters. The axel and one other ladies boot have them for 2013.
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My daughter is 7 years old, 52" tall and weights around 60-65lbs. I been shopping for a board for her for a while and want to get something that she will be able to grow into and learn the proper mechanics. what will be a good size for her?, I've been to other places and they are telling me that she would be anywhere from a 125-130cm. Is this correct???
A shopper on Dec 7, 2013
Best Answer: From the resources at Burton your daughter fits within the weight ranges of the 100cm-120cm Burton Chicklet Snowboard. If you'd like for her to learn basic maneuvers and skills and grow into the board I'd suggest that she rides a 125cm.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 9, 2013
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My 10 year daughter is going to start snowboarding this year.
She is 54" tall and weighs 56 pounds. what size and flex
do you recommend?
robin l on Oct 12, 2013
Best Answer: Hi Robin,

Your daughter fits within the weight range of a wide variety of Burton Chicklet Snowboard sizes. She could ride any size from 100cm-120cm, but she would fit perfectly riding a 110cm or 115cm size.

Any youth snowboard with a very soft flex rating (1 or 2) would work great.
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