When choosing a good beginners board you want to find something that has a nice flex and feel, allows you to progress your riding, and is suited to the terrain you'll be hitting. So let's take a look at some boards that will fit the bill.
Know Your Gear: Women's 2020 Beginner Snowboards
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Hands down this is one of easiest women's board in the Burton line to ride, it's got a soft, mellow flex with a convex base, which means a virtually-catch free riding experience. It comes in 4 sizes and it's true twin shape provides a really stable platform for progression. This is a really playful board and one the best intro?s to snowboarding out there.
This features a soft flex with the forgiving Flat Out Camber and Bite Free edges for low consequence riding, which means you can get a little more creative with extra confidence. The Lotus comes in 6 sizes up to a 155, it's a really stable and versatile directional twin, an easy choice for anyone who wants to explore all types of terrain in freestyle riding.
This board really is about fun, it's got an energetic lightweight core, and a Scoop tip and tail, which turns up the edges for a catch-free feel whether you're surfing the knee deep pow or sliding one in the park. 4 sizes ranging 140 - 152 and it's a true twin design, so you can point this thing anywhere you want to go. A really fun beginners board!
TThis is really a Freestyle snowboard with a heart full of freeride. It features a true twin shape for performance in the park, along with a poppy, floaty camber profile and heavy duty core construction that allows you to float, charge, and carve to your hearts content. This board does it all with confidence and reliability, solid choice.