Depends how much you weigh. I am 140lbs and I went with the 152". I think the board is more stable than you would usually imagine, so if you like park, go with the shortest you think you will be comfortable with.
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This board is simply amazing. It is a great all around board and super playful. I've never owned a board that was not regular camber, so it took me about a day to get used to the rocker/reverse camber/rocker setup, but boy do I love it. I do not think I will ever go back. The rocker setup makes it super easy to go from edge to edge, especially in tree runs where you have to be quick. I am not sure if the wavy edge helps, but I definitely get better grip than I think most others on the mountain. I live on the easy coast, so even boarding through harder surfaces isnt as scary as it used to be.
The board is also medium flex and has a lot of pop. I was scared to go too buttery, since I also like to go fast. First few times going through bumpy terrain was a leg workout, but I got used to it. The board though has a lot of pop. I definitely think the pop helps on jumps, getting more air, and pulling off more advanced grabs.
I am an intermediate rider (3rd season). I love freeriding and taking park moves onto the mountain. I matched this board with rome united bindings.
I use these bindings with my Libtech Skate Banana and they are awesome. They are much lighter than what I had before and are just the right stiffness to freeride and park. They look awesome too. Good work Rome.
I lost the liners to my Burton gloves, so I bought these. I think they look awesome and are super grippy, but they definitely could fit better and be warmer. I would recommend to try them before you make your purchase.