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Burton Genie Snowboard - Womens

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  • All Mountain
  • Freestyle
  • Twin
  • Hybrid
  • Flat Top with Easy Rider
Flex: Soft
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern:
  • 3D
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Womens-Specific True Flex Fly Core
  • Extruded
  • Radial
  • Easy Rider Edge Tune
Stance Setback: None
Recommended Use:
  • Entry Level
  • Intermediate
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Genie Snowboard - Womens

The easiest board in the line, the Genie features the NEW Flat Top shape that provides a stable platform whish is super easy to turn. The Genie is perfect for newer riders looking to build a foundation before moving on to a more performance-oriented deck like the Lux or Feather.

Key Features of the Burton Genie Snowboard:
  • Feel: 1
  • Double Chair Package
  • Bend: NEW Flat Top with Easy Rider
  • Shape: Twin
  • Flex: Twin
  • Core: Women''s-Specific True Flex Fly Core
  • Fiberglass: Biax
  • Base: Extruded
  • Extras: Easy Rider Edge Tune
Length (cm) 140 145 150 155
Effective Edge (cm) 106 110.5 115.5 120
Tip Width (cm) 27.93 28.18 28.68 28.93
Tail Width (cm) 27.93 28.18 28.68 28.93
Waist Width (cm) 24 24.1 24.4 24.5
Sidecut (m) 24 24.1 24.4 24.5

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.


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "Good intermediate board"

    , Brighton,CO
    Pros: Good Edge Hold,Responsive Flex,Smooth Stability,Quick Edge to Edge, Cons:

    This is billed as a beginner board, but I have found it to be more mid level. The flat deck def makes it stable and easy to maneuver, but I still find It to have a nice flex and ride well in both park and the rest of the hills. Im happy, what can I say. Price is good.

Burton Genie Snowboard
Already Asked: 8 Questions, 27 Answers
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Margaretha K: Brand, value Jan 15, 2014
Vincent S: Price Dec 26, 2013
Garrett P: beginner level/intermediate level and color Dec 24, 2013
aloha hannie: DOPE. im a beginner! buy it! Dec 13, 2013
Cory M: nice beginner board for my wife Dec 11, 2013
Breanna E: The colors/design were favorable and it's a good board for beginners like myself. Dec 9, 2013
Steven M: Burton rules! Dec 5, 2013
Julie E: Package deal Nov 29, 2013
Glenn G: totally cool! Nov 27, 2013
David L: Right size and good price. Nov 18, 2013
Janice N: Liked the color scheme and was the size I was looking for. Nov 6, 2013
Taraneh R: Seems like a board I can improve on and keep for a good while. Oct 24, 2013
amber b: super cute and great value Sep 19, 2013
A shopper asked: I'm 5'8, weigh about 130 pounds and wear a size 8.5 in womens. I have been riding for about 4 years now but only 1or 2 times a season so I am by no means an expert. I like to ride in both the park and just the mountain. I usually rent but I would love to have my own board this year. I just wondering if you could give meany suggestions on what boards you think would be best for me? Thanks:) Jul 25, 2013
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Matt GStaff: Every company makes boards, boots, and bindings for riders just like you; someone who goes out a few times a years.

What brands strike your interest?

One of the biggest decisions will be what you want to spend. Generally, this little formula works well...

Total Amount Spent=50% Board + 25% Boots + 25% Bindings

If you want to spend $600, $300 will be dedicated to the board, $150 on the boots, and $150 on bindings.

Let me know what brands you like and how much you'd like to spend and I'll make a list of suggestions.
Jul 25, 2013
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Matthew P: Hey! I'm 5'2", and 180 pounds. My BF bought me this board last Christmas and I just love it! It rides well, it's light and easy to handle. I ride weekly, but since having my knee operated only 2 years ago, I'm basically a beginner again. This board gave me the edge I needed to improve my skills from small hills to huge mountains. It made all the difference and we were able to travel to Banff to board this winter. In terms of what board is best for you, I can't say. But I love this board to pieces and highly recommend it! Aug 12, 2013
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Natalie W: I'd certainly recommend this board. Although since you're 5'8" I'd say go for a taller one than 150, I usually ride about a 155cm and I'm 5'7". I've also really enjoyed SIMS boards but I just bought this one and can't wait to get it out on the slopes. Aug 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: What bindings does this board need? Oct 25, 2013
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Matt GStaff: This snowboard needs bindings that have discs that are compatible with a 3D mounting pattern. All non-EST Burton bindings are compatible. Check them out here » Nov 1, 2013
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Kristina asked: I'm 5'9'' and weigh roughly 145lbs... I'm having trouble figuring out what size board I need. Is 150 too small? Jan 4, 2014
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amber b: I am 5'10 and 145 lbs, my board is a 155 and seems to be a good size. I am new to snowboarding though so I am not completely sure what it's supposed to feel like. I did go off the sizing charts and it said this was a good size for my height and weight. Hope that was helpful. Jan 8, 2014
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Matt GStaff: Hi Kristina,

You fit within the weight ranges of the 150cm and 155cm Burton Genie Snowboard. If you ride more park get the 150cm, but if you freeride more get the 155cm.
Jan 7, 2014
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Kenneth S: I bought this for my daughter for Christmas. She hasn't used it yet so I cant help you. Her brother is a fairly avid snowboarder and he helped her pick it out. Jan 7, 2014
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Steven M: A 150 should work fine. Free ride and pipe. Jan 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: I am a 20 year old lady, 5'7, 120 pounnds...what size board do i need for a beginner? Dec 13, 2013
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Natalie W: I'm about 5'7" and I ride a 155 and I'm not a beginner. I'd say probably a 150 would be a good length to start out with because I weigh about 145 so a larger board might be harder for you to handle. Dec 13, 2013
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Matt GStaff: A boards length is mostly determined by a rider's weight. You fit within the weight range of boards that are 142cm-149cm in length. Dec 13, 2013
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William S: A 145-150 would be a good size. I wouldn't go any smaller than 145 Dec 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have this Burton Genie board in a 150. I bought large Burton bindings and size 9 Burton Mint boots. Am I going to have too much toe or heel overhang? How much is too much? Jan 16, 2014
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LeiaR asked: Thinking of buying this as my first board. Kind of a beginner still, but I can make it down the mountain! I'm 5'3 and 130lbs. I've heard that weight is more of a defining factor for board size, so would the 150cm be good for me? Thanks! Jan 9, 2014
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