Burton Chicklet: Best Girl’s Beginner Snowboards

The Burton Chicklet really sets the standard for girls’ snowboards. One of our loyal viewers bought the Burton Chicklet for his 8-year old daughter and reported good things. It comes in many sizes that can accommodate girls from 45 pounds up to 80 pounds. The snowboard has a super soft flex and has edges that are lifted up around the whole board. This makes it very hard to catch an edge while learning so there are fewer falls. Turns will be easier and progression will be faster.

The Chicklet is a true twin, which means it goes backwards and forwards with ease. This is nice for beginners because you don’t need to know if your daughter is regular or goofy; they can try it one way and if that doesn’t work, just go backwards.

Like the boy’s Burton Chopper, the smallest sizes have grippy foot pads and an accessory that helps you pull them around the snow. The whole snowboard is designed to make snowboarding easy and fun for parents and kids. Don’t tell your daughter, but the Chicklet is the same as the boy’s Chopper — but with girly graphics. The Chicklet is ideal for beginners, but also suitable for mellow all-mountain cruising once your daughter masters turning.

Buy the Burton Chicklet now! We’ve compiled all the current prices to help you find the best deal.

What size snowboard to buy?
Select the snowboard size based on your weight according to the manufacturer’s guidelines. If you are between sizes, going with the smaller size can be easier to learn on. Snowboarders can often ride more than one size of the same snowboard.

One Response to Girl’s Burton Chicklet
  1. Russ Godfrey
    July 23, 2013 | 9:43 am

    Our gal has used this model of board for 5 years now. Two slightly different styles over that period.
    It is amazing for a beginner to intermediate girl rider. She has ridden groomers to the occasional POW and now ventures into the park with ease on this board.
    Highly recommended!
    Only caution is to make sure you wax regularly as it is a less expensive based, based on price point and skill level obviously. 🙂

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