|Type:||Freestyle, All Mountain|
|Shape:||Twin, twin like|
|Core:||Womens-Specific True Flex Super Fly Core|
|Recommended Use:||Entry Level, Intermediate|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Burton Lux V Rocker Snowboard - Womens
If you are a lady who likes to snowboard then you should definitely check out the Women''s Burton Lux V Rocker Snowboard. The Burton Lux V is lightweight, elegant, and sleek. The board features V Rocker Technology that is designed to help with balance and stability. The Burton Lux V has soft flex and a large twin shape. The Lux V uses a powerful True Flex Super Fly Core that gives the board more power than comparable boards its size.
- Double Chair Package
- Cruise Control
- ROCKER: V-Rocker
- SHAPE: Twin-Like
- FLEX: Directional
- CORE: NEW Women''s-Specific True Flex Super Fly Core
- FIBERGLASS: Biax
- BASE: Extruded
- EXTRAS: Pro-Tip
- Graphic Info: Italian artist and former Burton HG design director Maurizio Molin created the elegant yet raw look with lots of paint textures. Artist: Maurizio Molin [www.tablefortwodesign.com]
|Effective Edge (cm)||99||107||111||114||113|
|Tip Width (cm)||N/A||27.39||27.73||28.14||N/A|
|Tail Width (cm)||N/A||27.39||27.73||28.14||N/A|
|Waist Width (cm)||23.4||23.6||23.8||24.1||24.2|
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.
Lux V Rocker
I had a similar situation and tried to do a lot of research when I bought the Lux-V for my girlfriend. The different "camber" and "rocker" choices really come down to the type of riding your daughter will be doing (park riding vs all-mountain/freeride etc.). If she is into park riding and does a lot of tricks, you would want a board that is designed for more stability for tricks, obviously. If she is more of a freeride rider and she spends more time in powder or charging down slopes, you would want something that is a bit more stable at high speeds. There are a ridiculous amount of choices out there, and it really comes down to personal preference. However, it isn't always possible to feel out the board before committing to buying it, so I was left to your same predicament. My understanding of the "Lux", which is described as having a flat rocker is the following description: "B) Flat: The middle of the road — great balance for freeriding performance along with easy edge engagement for the new and progressive rider - 2) Zero Camber: No curvature on the base whatsoever – neither camber nor rocker." The "Lux-V" has a V rocker, and can be described with the following: "D) All Mountain Freestyle Rockers: A fun, loose ride for a playful feel made for jibbing the entire mountain as well as the terrain park. Also excels in powder.5) Rocker-Flat-Rocker-Flat-Rocker: Rocker between the bindings, with flat sections underfoot, and additional rockered sections outside the bindings.• V-Rocker (Burton)". Since she is borderline intermediate, I would personally suggest the Lux-V to allow her to step into the next level and ride the entire mountain, which is what I got for my girlfriend, who was similar to your daughter's situation, and she loves it. I can't post the link here, but if you search for what I described, you'll find it. Good Luck!