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Make noise all over the hill.

DC built the Tone Wide Snowboard for all-mountain freestyle addicts with bigger-than-average boots. A poppy flex gives you the ollie power you need to clear the big step-up in the park, while the Anti-Camber profile cuts down on edge hangups, keeps you floating on top of the deep stuff, and helps you lock into presses like never before.
  • Anti-Camber rocker profile features a large flat zone for solid ollie power and balance on rails, with rockered tips/tails for a catch-free feel and improved float in powder
  • Radius2Flat nose/tail kicks help you stomp more landings in pow without tomahawking
  • Structurn base is dimpled like a golf ball for reduced friction and a faster ride

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Unanswered Question

i think I have just ordered the 154 midwide...

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i think I have just ordered the 154 midwide by accident.

I wanted the 153R but it sold out, figured 154 would be fine but didn't realise it only came in Wide...doh.

Will I be ok on this thing?

My Stats : 5ft 7 , 165 lbs, Short Stocky build, Size 8 UK boot. Backfoot -5 Frontfoot +15

I've been on about 4 week long Snow Trips. Been given anything from 150 to 155 by rental shops over those trips..

Comfy on straight rails and can land 360 off kickers, landing straight airs of med/large jumps but not getting big air on the large jumps just yet, only getting into Jibbing/pressing moves.

Just moved near mountains and expecting possible powder runs.

So im worried ive just shot myself by gettinga wide board.

Will I have issues turning this? Lots of mixed info out there on wide boards... better in powder, more stable, slower, less responsive.

Anyone have first hand experience riding a wide board without having big ass feet?

Should I try this or just sell it on for something regular