Well,.. It's Purrty anyway!
I'm sure there are folks here who actually know all about that board. I'm usually amazed at guy's like BA, Shred, and of course Timmytard who have been at this long enough that they seem to recognize just about ANY board no matter how old or obscure.
Having said that, without knowing the specs on the GF and the board,.. (36-24-36?
) No seriously, her weight, boot size and then the length, camber profile, any other tech info of the board, etc.
All that would be helpful for some of us who do not possess that encyclopedic knowledge of boards and board tech. (…we won't tell her you told us her weight!)
For example,.. if that board is a very stiff, cambered deck with more length than her weight would recomend? It may be too much for her! So If you could post that info, you will likely get more responses from some of us less informed riders!
Hmnnn,.. come to think of it? Why would
you want our opinions! LOL!!!
Again, seriously,.. I am an advocate of learning to ride on a more advanced board. That's how I did it. Not deliberately, but because I bought most of my gear after my second day riding and got some less than informed advice from sales people! Before I was a contributing member here I might add! If I had run my possible purchase past ppl here? I probably would have had an entirely different rig to starting out!
Ultimately, It worked to my advantage! By learning to ride on a too long, too stiff, full camber, setback board? It forced me to learn some proper riding technique fast and early in order for me to keep from eating shit constantly!
As a result, I ride pretty well for an old, fat, clumsy, and historically un-athletic guy! But,.. this method does not work for everyone!
Post the info and see what advice you get!