Burton Lux V-Rocker (2011)
Released August, 2010
The Pros:Very flexible, easy to make it move the way you want it to. Light enough to make it easy to carry around. Easy to control for beginners.
The Burton Lux V-Rocker (2011) is a mid-cost women's snowboard. The Super Fly core of this board is composed of a combination of hard and soft woods in a design that keeps the board light and improves snap and response.
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The Pro-Tip feature of the Lux V-Rocker (2011), a tapered tip and tail thickness, reduces swing weight (and thus makes mobility easier). The negative core profile of this board (thinner sections of core between the bindings) makes the flex soft and allows for more foot control. This board differs from the identically priced Lux (2011) in that it has a V-Rocker instead of a camber design (making the feel of this board loose and forgiving, as opposed to the Lux's more controlled feel). There are size options available for the Burton Lux V-Rocker women's snowboard.
- Size options
- Twin shape
- Grip and Rip tune
- Negative core profile
- Extruded base
- Super Fly core
- V-Rocker design
User Reviews (1)
very flexible, easy to make it move the way you want it to
light enough to make it easy to carry around
easy to control for beginners
glides over deep powder without a problem
picks up speed very easily
great response to the rider's movements
overall design is beautiful and eye-catching
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