Burton Chicklet Snowboard - Youth

Burton Chicklet Snowboard - YouthCLEARANCE

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$139.97

Reg price:

$199.95

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30% Off!
Size:  130
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Item#: BURT-107341-18, Mfg#: 107341-18, Season: 2018-2019  

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Snowboard Terrain All Mountain

Explores all obstacles across the mountain, enjoying anything coming across them on the hill.

Snowboard Shape Twin

This particular shape allows the rider to ride switch or regular. The nose and tail of the board have the same shape.

Flex Soft / Medium

Chicklet

When you want to see her succeed, put her on the softest, most stable girl’s beginner board in snowboarding.

The Burton Chicklet is the ticket for girls who want to start snowboarding and quickly learn the basics. What makes it so perfect is the beginnerfriendly combo of a convex base with upturned edges and the softest flex possible so that even the lightest weight riders can master turning and stopping. The catch-free feeling continues with a flat profile from nose to tail that’s extra stable for better balance and board control. Attach the Riglet accessory to the nose or tail of the 80-120cm sizes to tow her around and get her comfortable until she's ready to add bindings.

 

 

DETAILS

 

BEND: Flat Top™
SHAPE: Twin Shape
FLEX: Twin Flex
CORE: FSC™ Certified Fly® Core
FIBERGLASS: Biax™ Fiberglass
BASE: Extruded Base
FEATURES: Super Sap® Epoxy, Easy Bevel
BURTON WARRANTY: 1-Year Warranty

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The Beginning of your family snowboard experience
Posted by Luke W (Certified Winter Enthusiast) on 10/2/2018

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Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

My daughter loves this board. Easy fro her to learn on. Cute enough for her to have in her room all year as a decoration.

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Posted by Mako (Certified Winter Enthusiast) on 10/31/2017

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Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

Good shape, the edges are off the snow which makes the board catch free. However, when your rider progresses beyond sliding side ways, it takes a pretty high board angle for the edge to be effective.