Burton Lux Snowboard - Women's - 2012/2013

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The Burton Lux snowboard rides effortlessly on any terrain. It features a soft, forgiving flex and flat profile thats ideal for setting down deep carves and landing every trick.

  • Features

    • Bottom line: whether it's park, pow or laid-back cruising, this is a multitasker anyone will enjoy riding
    • Flat profile is perfect in the park, and equally at home carve up the groomers
    • Easy-riding directional flex provides tail pop and nose resiliency, and allows riders to maintain control and flow through any terrain and conditions
    • Burton designs womens boards to match the geometry and fitness of the female rider; torsional softness underfoot transitions to stabilizing zones between and outside the feet
    • Wood core is light and loaded with pop; a vertical sandwich of hard and soft woods saves weight and improves snap and response
    • Dual-density fiberglass from tip to tail provides torsional forgiveness, board feel and edge hold, perfect for advancing to the next level
    • Easily maintained extruded base enhances speed and durability
    • Edges are tuned to slice and dice the entire mountain; they taper at the tip and tail, reducing swing weight and improving flotation in powder
    • Burton Lux snowboard deck and base colors may vary from online photo

    Imported.

    Recommended rider weights are a general guideline. Please keep in mind that additional factors can affect which size will best suit your needs. If you have questions regarding ski and snowboard sizing, please contact us at 1-800-426-4840.
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Snowboarding

    Snowboard Style

    All-mountain

    Snowboard Shape

    Directional Twin

    Snowboard Profile

    Flat

    Stance Setback

    1.25 centimeters

    Core

    Wood

    Construction

    Sandwich

    Gender

    Women's

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