|Type:||All Mountain, Freestyle|
|Camber:||Hybrid, Flat Top with Easy Rider|
|Core:||Womens-Specific True Flex Fly Core|
|Sidecut:||Radial, Easy Rider Edge Tune|
|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.
- 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
|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|
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.
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.