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My favorite deck to date

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

In previous years, 2010 and before, I wasn;t the biggest fan of the t.rice with the aggressive C2 shape and stiffness. Currently I'm on the 153 and absolutely love it.

I couldn't aggree more with tomassend1595179. The progressive flex is probably why I love this board so much, pow and packed butters are no problem and this has plenty of support for hucking your stuff as shown my the riceman himself.

I like using the word support with this board as stiffness sends out the wrong idea but it's pretty incredible how you can really flex and work the board with having plenty of confindence knowing the tip or tail will keep you up right.

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I just ordered the 157..
I am 5'9 at 187lbs currently. I usually (when I decide to eat right lol) sit at 155-170lbs, so is the 157 too big or can I ride it really at whatever weight Ima be at? I went from a beginner m3 heartbreaker 154cm for my first season and now have had the Burton Nug 146cm for 2 seasons but want a reliable everyday board... should I have gone with the 153 or will I be good to go with the 157?

Appreciate any input/opinions/assistance I can get! Thank you!

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So, the 157 wouldn't be too big of a board if you ride hard and encounter a bit more rougher/choppier terrain. That's the only time I wish I went bigger. Other than that the 153 has been a perfect all mountain jib board. If you do butters/presses and the sorts it may be a bit big.

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Sick Daryl, glad you are happy with it too.
I think you are right on with the term 'support'......and yeah, the board is totally workable and just kind of locks in exactly where you want it.
Sizing, I am 6'4" and 225 lbs. The 164 punches me right where my collar bone hits the sternum. There is no need to ride it any bigger.