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Thanks Dean. I did look at the Solomon Malamute and the Rome Folsom, both of which look stiffer than the Imperial. I just didn't want to end up with too stiff of a boot in trying to help the gimpy ankle issue. While I am not a park rider, I like to be a fairly dynamic all mountain rider.
I am looking at buying this board and I would appreciate some quality insight. I am 5'11" tall, wear a size 11 boot, I weigh 215lbs. I wanted to get the 163mw board, but a couple rider friends of mine said the 159 regular width would be fine and would be more maneuverable. I am not going to see much deep powder (live in Vermont) so what do you think?
Hey guys, I could use your help. I am looking for a real supportive boot because I have terrible ankles and a totally flat foot. I am looking at buying the Jeremy Jones twin board or the Flagship this year and matching them with a pair of Imperials. I haven't decided on the binding yet. Are the Imperials good? I don't ride park.
My stats: 215lbs, 5'11, size 11-11.5 boot (burton hail size 11), all mountain rider, not into park (but not against it). I have ridden for about 3 years, this year the hardest and the most. I have been riding a Nitro Magnum Gunslinger 159W because it was free and I wanted to try the wide feel. I think the board is bottom line. Now I am looking to buy. My current options are:
Burton Custom X, Burton Custom V-rocker, Burton Joystick, and GNU Rider's Choice.
I could use the advice of the guys that are in the know!! Help a brother out!!