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- Dual-Density Triax fiberglass offers a forgiving feel with tons of pop
- Camber construction offers consistent pop and edge grip through sketchy run-outs
- Sintered WFO base helps you fly through the flats and avoid knuckling jumps
- Infinite Ride breaks-in fiberglass at the factory for a dialed out-of-the-box ride that lasts season after season
- The Channel mounting system allows infinite stance options and effortless adjustment
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Now that's wats up!!!
Picked up the 159W couple weeks ago and haven't looked back since. This board Is for real. Poppy as all hell making those jumps cake to get off. Felt the difference right away... Just had to detune it to get it just right for my riding style and it was over. Was hittin anything and everything wiyhout breaking a sweat. Love the love.... U wont b disappointed.
Thanks for the quick response, now I'm...
Thanks for the quick response, now I'm wondering, is there much difference between this years and last years models? Also with regards to size, I hit jumps but not nearly as much as I jib, would you still suggest I size up to the 159w?
This years model has lighting bolts. This is carbon stingers that are under foot that are horizontal to the length of the board. I would stay with the 159W. You might snap the 157, it's up to you though. With will be pretty fun.
I'm 6'3 200 lbs, size 13 foot and ride...
I'm 6'3 200 lbs, size 13 foot and ride Bear 99% of the time, Im think about getting last years love to save some dough, do you think the 154W would be too small for me or would you suggest the 157W
I would strongly suggest getting the 159W. If this is going to be your jib board then run the 157W but you'll need that extra length for jumping. If you jump and jib then 159W for sure, if you straight jib, then 157W. Have fun, the Love is Legit.
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Cant wait to take the love out to do what i love. great feel and design.