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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-25-2014, 08:43 AM Thread Starter
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Burton Antler for my wife?

My wife is looking for a less stiff board. She currently rides a Burton Feelgood 152. While I was looking for boards, I considered the Antler...now that she wants something different to her current ride, I was wondering if this was a good option for her (since she also seems to like the graphics).

Would this be a good fit? If not, what do other ladies on this forum ride that are all-mountain but not quite as stiff as a Feelgood. We want to out west (we live in NY) so something that will work on powder but also be manageable on the hardpacked runs we normally do. I'm thinking V-rocker.

Any help is much appreciated. Trying to take advantage of end of season sales.
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I'm a dude but have ridden the antler.

Its a soft board so could fit your bill. Suggest getting a shorter version to compensate, ie be towards the top or middle of the recommended weight range so the flex is calibrated right.

Demo if possible of course.
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I have the antler and love it. I think it handles pretty sweet. Soft, fun board great for butters.
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