The 2013 Girls Board Test

We don’t know any girls (other than Brooke, but she doesn’t count) so we got our Interns to help out, and Justin to teach them to ride like girls… cause we all know he knows. Luckily for all womankind, Kelly Underwood showed up just in time.

If you want real reviews of these boards, read on:

flowjewel

Flow Jewel

Intern review: Pretty damn stiff, good for a lady that rides the whole mountain and not just the park.

Available sizes: 143, 146, 149, 152
MSRP: $389.99
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burtonsocial

Burton Social Restricted

Intern review: Really fun and flexible, good for a girl who knows what she’s doing in the park, but a little bit squirley on rails.

Available sizes: 142, 147, 151
MSRP: $369.95
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salomonohyeah

Salomon Oh Yeah

Intern review: A super stable park board with plenty of pop.

Available sizes: 138, 143, 147, 151
MSRP: $349.95
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k2limelite

K2 Lime Lite

Intern review: Rad shape, good for a girl who likes to ride a little bit of everything. Lacking in the pop department.

Available sizes: 138, 142, 146, 149, 153
MSRP: $399.95
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capitespacemetalfantasy

Capita Space Metal Fantasy FK

Intern review: The board for everything, flat between the binding and reverse camber under foot makes it fun and poppy while still holding a solid edge at speed.

Available sizes: 140, 145, 147
MSRP: $359.95
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18 replies
  1. Debaser
    Debaser says:

    girl’s snowboard graphics need more tampons and bras and chocolate and whatever else hings girls complain about

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