I would suggest a 156 like solid mentioned. I found that I could get away with a slightly shorter board than I typically bought. It has to do with the fact that most of your edge hold/control is now centered in between your feet opposed to outside of your bindings with traditional camber.
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I've always been pretty particular about my googles because most just don't fit my face right. I was told it was because I was "asian" and was suggest to try oakley's asian fit googles, but they still sat awkwardly on my nose. I bought the phenoms on a whim and instantly fell in love. It doesn't feel like I have them on and work well with my bern watts helmet.
Got these skins for my first splitboard. I must say they are huge and have excellent hold! As noted in another review get some cheat sheets for these, they will take time off of your transition periods. I was fortunate enough to have mine come with a set from voile, which is nice because other companies cheat sheets weren't wide enough. Overall if you are buying a splitboard these skins are a must have.
I had a dakine blade pack and loved it, but had it swiped from out of my car. So I picked up the pro 2 pack of SAC. The construction of the pro 2 is stellar so far and there are plenty of pockets for my backcountry gear plus more!
32 finally started putting removable insoles in their boots!!! This year's TM-Two are much stiff compared to my previous pair of lashed. They are incredibly responsive and have excellent support. Can't go wrong with these boots!
Just received these gloves for a steal on tramdock! They fit like a glove!!! The leather used is some of the softest and best that I've seen in a glove. I would highly recommend this glove and any POW glove.