Go for it.
- Positive camber adds the pop and stability you need to successfully make your moves on the mountain
- WDT (Wood Derived Technology) utilizes wood composite materials for a super-soft, jib-specific flex
- 420 Fiberglass laminate adds pop and strength to the soft core
- Jib-specific extruded base holds up to evil rails, rocks, and concrete (but it's also easy to repair when the objects inflict wounds)
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hi i am 12 boot size and i use the dc phase...
hi i am 12 boot size and i use the dc phase is necesary to use a wide boarrd
You can definately ride a mid-wide deck, as I do from time to time. But with 12's, you need a waist width of at least 250(25cm) or you will be dragging. I have size 12's aswell and I ride a Rome Machine W with a waist width of 260. So if you do drop the wide for a mid, just watch the waist
thanks i will go for the stairmaster w 156
a simple board that works. i ride it all over and its just fun for rails, trails, jumps and, even deep snow. it obviously not a pow machine but i just set my stance back a bit and it was fine. good pop, its soft enough without being a useless noodle and i just have a lot of fun on it. plus it has cool graphics. and no topsheet problems(knock on wood haha. if you just want a fun all around board and dont want to spend a ridiculous amount then definitely consider this board.
is this board good for 25 footers and...
is this board good for 25 footers and bigger and does it spin well?
Good for 25s but not a lot bigger. I ride a 152w at 190lbs (I know! still stabile and fun to ride too) and the biggest kickers I hit are 30-35ft, I'm not afraid to admit that jumps bigger than that scare me. So out to 30ish footers its real solid, after that I imagine it will get a little sketchy just because its such a soft board. It spins real well. I do a lot of jibbing and it spins on and off rails well. Like those little side hits on some trails, I've spun like crazy off of those things with just a few feet of air, if you wind up right the stairmaster'll whip around no problem, real low swing weight compared to other park boards I've ridden. I totally recommend this board.
hey man, the board doesnt spin you, you spin the board...you can do it!
Would I get toe/heel drag on the 156w. I...
Would I get toe/heel drag on the 156w. I have size 13 boots and im 5'11 165 lbs
No man it made to rock for big guys i wear 12 and theres plety room go for it bro
im 6'2 and 160 pounds should i get the 156...
im 6'2 and 160 pounds should i get the 156 or 152
if you are just free riding then you would probably want somewhere around 161 but if your primarly doing park stick with a 156!
na i ride i 153 DC PBJ and im ur size and its perfect go with the 152
56,unless its all jibs and jumps. trails you should be okay either way. im about 5'9" and ride a 52w and its pretty good all over
i'd go 152 and im about 6 foot. but that's just me, im more of an all around park rider. its gonna be easier to spin off of rails with a 152 and im sure the board will hold up on jumps as well
What a Killer board at a Killer price!! This board is so much fun in the park & has a sick Ollie from all the Camber. The Stairmaster will destroy handrails b/c that's it's job!