I would say if you're going to ride a lot of park it is a good size, if you want to ride more all mountain i would go 157. If your going to ride powder definitely go 157.
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Size 11 lashed fit perfectly in L/XL hen you adjust the heelcup to 0.
Lightweight, responsive, but still have flex underfoot? These are your bindings. They make everything a great ride, with the adjustable heelcup you can really adjust these to your boot so you get the best ride possible. I cant think of another binding that compares for the same price. Get out to your local shop and buy a pair. Plus the highback looks like a BBS wheel, hella sick!
These are probably great bindings however if you aren't smack in the middle range of the size range expect problems. There is no heelcup adjustment like Unions and other companies, instead you have to move the actual binding forward, which makes for a weird feel because you are still not centered in the binding, these are the only bindings that made me frustrated when snowboarding, if they had an adjustable heel cup i would buy them again, but for now i'm sticking to Unions.
Cant tell if its teh scoop tips and very flat profile or if its the fact that my size 11 boots in large cartels made for more heel than toe overhang. I always had trouble with control, always wanting to revert one footing off the chair, and alsoriding around. Im gonna try my union contact pros with the conversion disc and see if i like the board any better. My current quiver is this in a 155, Ride Buckwild 153, Lib Tech Banana Magic 154 (havent ridden yet), and a lib tech boxscratcher 147 which my brother uses as his board when he comes with me. Hopefully i find that this board handles well ponce i get some bindings on it that i am comfortable with. I have so many boards because i like to buy them over the summer when they are heavily discounted.
I love this board for the park, i bought the 153 for an all mountain board, which was an awful choice. I am 135 pounds but still a short board. This board is not very good on ice and doesn't float in powder, but that's not what it is designed to do. 5 out of 5 for a park board, the board is very damp and although a little bit stiff it handles everything great. I feel comfortable hitting big jumps, kink rails, and basically everything besides pressing as it is a little bit more of a medium flex. Amazing pop and tons of control for giving you that extra confidence boost.
you would want an aftermath 161 the board is too soft for your weight.
and thats a cambered board if you want rocker if you are less aggressive get the custom 162 flying v.
the hinged disk does work well with camber too doesnt it? these with the destroyer.
most likely but ive seen forum boards they are made very well.
i would but prob not durable enough the destroyer is another option. too soft also
I am looking into a cambered board mid flex all mountain freestyle and cant decide between this or the reverb I struggle with landings big jumps so camber is what i want know i am good on jibs and park lines and love bombing hills but the btx im on now is a little unstable if the agent is too stiff for jibs or too advanced then the reverb would be a better choice because i like riding park i ride a small hill in michigan but am moving to tahoe and my weight is 135 still growing size 9.5 boots which board and size would be recomended?