Why are you not thinking about women's boards?
Burton have the women's equivalent of a Custom X, I think. There are certainly at least a couple of top end Burton boards designed for women. Then there's also Nitro, K2, Rome, Lib Tech, Roxy, etc. - respectable companies that make women's boards.
Mainly because women's boards are too narrow in the waist for me; I've got really big feet (shoe size is women's 10). I had a lot of heel & toe with my original Jeenyus board because it was too narrow & I didn't know anything about waist width back then. Most of my gear is men's, heck ALL of it is men's gear except my helmet. Men's stuff seems to be made better.