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Burton Lux V Rocker Snowboard - Womens

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Specs

Type:
  • Freestyle
  • All Mountain
Shape:
  • Twin
  • twin like
Camber:
  • Rocker
Flex: Soft
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern:
  • 3D
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Womens-Specific True Flex Super Fly Core
Base:
  • Extruded
Sidecut:
  • Radial
Stance Setback: None
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.

Key Features of the Burton Lux V Rocker Snowboard:
  • 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]
Dimensions
Length (cm) 139 143 147 150 154
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
Sidecut (m) 6.74 7.01 7.29 7.5 7.7

Discontinued Colors

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


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My daughter loves Burton and the color
Desiree C on Dec 11, 2013
It fits what I need in a snowboard and it was a great price.
Sarah E on Aug 9, 2013
Can you recommend bindings for this board?
Kristi R on Dec 1, 2013
Best Answer: I have this same board and I have the Burton Lexa bindings and Burton Tryst boots. They are a great combo and I am very happy with the ride.
Reply · Report · Tate S on Dec 2, 2013
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I was curious whether "directional flex" has any impact on how this board should be ridden (i.e regular or goofy)?
Summer on Nov 3, 2013
Best Answer: Direction flex means that the tail of the snowboard will be slightly stiff than the nose. There is only one nose on this board that can be ridden both Regular and Goofy footed.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Nov 5, 2013
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my daughter 14, 115lbs advanced beginner / intermediate, looking to upgrade board. is the lux or the lux v a better choice for her? and what are the major differences between the two?
Thanks!
Dan
A shopper on Nov 26, 2013
Best Answer: Hey Dan,
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!
Paul
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