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I have a size 10 boot. should i go with the normal or the wide?
May 4, 2013
April 26, 2013
Bought this board late in the year when another of my boards got destroyed at A-Basin (worth it). This board is definitely the most versatile "park board" I've ever ridden! At high speeds (~65/70) no chatter, and carves up the hard pack without blinking. In the park, still killing it because that was what it was made for. Never thought I'd say this, but the Destroyer Double Dog may become my go-to board.
Paired it (156 cm) up with Union Flites (L/XL) and 32-boas (11.5).
I'm 180cm, weigh 80kg and have a size 10.5 32 lashed boot with a rome 390 boss binding. Would you reccomend a 154 or 154 Wide?
April 29, 2013
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Four Horsemen Sales
October 2, 2012
Playful power!! This board was made with the mind set of giving back to the rider. The tech combinations will keep you stable and confident in any mountain situation. Snow conditions vary, but not the consistency of this boards performance .
should i get a wide if i got l/xl union force bindings?
April 10, 2013
Depends on your boot size, not the binding size. Also depends which size of this board you're looking to get. If your boots are 11.5+, you'll want to go wide, or at the very least no smaller than the 158cm for this board.
By: Josh Chapman
April 11, 2013
Hi, I am wearing 9 for 6'0 and 165 lbs, I was wondering if I can ride the 154w. Actually I just see a little difference between the 154w and the 154, do you really feel a big difference during the riding? Thanks a lot.
April 2, 2013
You could ride the wide version, but without a bigger foot that board will be less responsive. A size 9 would be a pretty ideal fit on a regular width 154, I'd recommend you go with that instead.
By: Brandon Collett
April 2, 2013
Is the colours of the bottom of the board just random or is it based on the size of the board? I am thinking of buying a 158 and was wondering what colour it would be on the bottom. Its not that important but I just think it looks cooler
January 2, 2013
I'm a size 11 and need to buy large size bindings, now do i need th wide sized forum board or will i scrape in with large bindings? its so hard to find the perfect board!
September 18, 2012
Forum boards are wider than others because of our freestyle history. Most traditional boards will offer a 246 waist width for a size board of 154. We offer a waist width of 251 starting at our 150 size boards. The Double Dog should handle your foot size but will really crush any lingerings thoughts of over hang with our wide option.
You should consider the Forum bindings to really complete the fit. The eva foot beds will also lift your toes off of the snow more.
By: Four Horsemen Sales
September 27, 2012
Research out-of-stock versions:
- 148 cm, 152 cm, 154 cm, 156 cm, 158 cm
- medium (5 of 10 on Forum's scale)
- DoubleDog (hybrid)
- Effective Edge:
- [148cm] 1122 mm; [152cm] 1162 mm; [154cm] 1178 mm; [156cm] 1194 mm; [158cm] 1214 mm
- Waist Width:
- [148cm] 244 mm; [152cm] 246 mm; [154cm] 248 mm; [156cm] 249 mm; [158cm] 250 mm
- Sidecut Radius:
- [148cm] 7.3 m; [152cm] 7.6 m; [154cm] 7.7 m; [156cm] 7.8 m; [158cm] 7.9 m
- Stance Width:
- [148-152cm] 22 in; [154-158cm] 22.5 in
- Stance Setback:
- GnarLe (aspen wood )
- Recommended Rider Weight:
- [148cm] 95 - 155 lb; [152cm] 115 - 175 lb; [154-156cm] 140 - 200 lb; [158cm] 150 - 210 lb
- Recommended Use:
- freestyle, park
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 2 years