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I just got the 159 Legacy and took it out this past weekend. This is easily the best board I have ever had. It's got great flex and pop, it's a decent weight, grips real well, and is fast. I took it on trails poppin big ollies off anything I could find and the amount of control I had over the board was amazing. When carving its super responsive and can take sharp turns at high speeds with ease. I was able to bomb trails and was really surprise how well it handle speed since I heard boards that use the rocker tech can get a little squirly. I took a bunch of laps in the park and was very impressed. The jumps were a little small since its still early season where I live but I was able to get great pop, easy to spin, and solid on landings. The rail setup in the park was pretty weak so I can really comment to much but the Legacy was really fun on the boxes and rails that were available.
If you are looking for a wide all mountain board that can hold it's own the park I would look no further. I can't wait for my trip to Tahoe so I can see how it rides in deep powder.
I am 6'4" 190 lbs and I am looking for a fun all mountain board. I currently have a Rome Flag 163. It's a great board, but hard to maneuver in the park. With my size and weight do you think a 159 Legacy would be a good fit? I still love shredding some pow, but I also want to take a few laps in the park.
I am 6'4" and thin. What size should I get. A lot of shirts when you go up in size they get a little longer and MUCH wider. What's a good brand for tall and not fat people?