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Burton Chicklet Snowboard - Girls


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Description: Burton Chicklet Snowboard - Girls

Suit up your little one and strap her into the Burton Chicklet Snowboard for girl's. Designed with the style and color she'll love, help your little girl start her career in the outdoors right. Optimizing her love of nature and excitement for the mountains, this flat top twin board rides easy and comfortably. The extruded base requires little maintenance and still promises to glide smooth and reliably. The speed and strength of this board will keep you favorite little girl going strong all day, while the Biax reinforcement is flexible, forgiving and keeps her riding with a smile for the long haul.

Key Features of Burton Chicklet Snowboard:
  • BEND: Flat Top with Easy Rider
  • SHAPE: Twin
  • FLEX: Twin
  • CORE: FSC Certified Fly
  • BASE: Extruded
  • Diecut Base Color Combinations May Vary

Burton channel system snowboards will only be compatible with Burton's EST bindings, Burton channel compatible bindings, or other bindings specifically listed as Channel Compatible.

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This board worked great for her first season, she was 1.5 years old. Just began her second season still working for her at a little over 2 years. Very stable, we use the burton Riglet tool on nose and tail of board, to hold her towards me while going downhill or pull her down at the lodge
October 20, 2016
South Lake Tahoe, CA, US
Age: 25-44
over 3 years ago

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Because she has the Chicklet 100 cm snowboard now and she is to little for it. This is an awesome beginner snowboard for kids!
Jess D on Aug 8, 2018
Because she has the Chicklet 100 cm snowboard now and she is to little for it. This is an awesome beginner snowboard for kids!
Jess D on Aug 8, 2018
hi, i am 10 years old, 60 pounds 4''7 and wear a size 4 girls boot. what size do i need?
A shopper on Apr 6, 2016

the 115cm board should be great for you!
I have a 4'8 Daughter who is roughly 80 lbs who wears a size 4 boot. She is very strong and athletic. She will be taking lessons for the first and is generally very cautious. What size board do you recommend for her?
A shopper on Jan 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Between a 135-137. Her weight and height balance pretty normally. Most the charts will go off of weight or height separately so you have to do your best to avereage the info from both. In your daughters case she fits into a 135 for weight and a 135 for height. Saying that I would go 135 however if you want another year out of the board, with the technology in snowboard craftsmanship you could get away with a 137. Have fun keep shredding :)
My daughter is only 8 years old. Is 60 pounds and 4foot 4. What size board should i be looking for?
A shopper on Jan 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: We bought our daughter who is almost the exact size as above a 120. We also figured it would be good for next year as well. Just keep an eye on the binding size as she is now maxed out in her size 3s. But that is also an easy change. Good luck!
what size snowboard for 4'7" girl, 67 lbs, size 4 shoe and beginner/cautious rider?
karen t on Sep 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Burton chicklet would be the way to go for sure. My daughter started riding at 2 ( the time when most would say do not start them) she has loved every second of being on the mountain. Now she is 6 . I originally started her on the burton chicklet 80 because it was the smallest board with full metal edges. Since then she has progressed and is now riding a 100. Short story being that burton seems to be the only company willing to put the time into a "little kids" board construction, kudos burton. Get her a 100 a small board is great for learning and great for control. Remember it's alll on the front foot! Best thing they can learn early is to trust the mountain and put their weight on the front foot!
You carry any 3D bolt pattern bindings boot size 5 and up for this board ? My daughter has the groms size 3 -5 and they are too tight . Thanks
Dan F on Nov 10, 2018
You could go with a women's Burton binding! If the binding does not come with the 3D disc, you can get one for free by contacting Burton's rider's services!


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