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Certified fresh. Crack rock dope. Swag. They are slim but comfortable. Only suggestion is to reinforce the taped seam around the buttoned slits at the base of the legs with stitching as it takes only a little bit of force to tear the tape on the inside of the slits. Sorry if this doesnt make sense to most, but if u own a pair u will know exactly that I'm talkin about. It's a quick fix that anyone with needle and thread or a sewing machine could remedy in a few minutes.

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I know this thread is a little old and I don't know what  you ultimately decided to spend your money on, but here are a few thoughts:
As with most things, your get what you pay for. While I encourage spending money on a board I hope you are thinking in terms of set up, which you made no mention of, because there isn't a board out there  that can compensate for crapy bindings and boots. Secondly, if your have to as the question, " is this board for me", the. Chances are RIGHT NOW it is not..as you are still discovering how you want to ride..for now invest in something a little more forgiving.. At least until you a proficient enough rider..Not only will our ass, but your base and topsheet will thank u for it later.. Alas this comes from someone whose first board was a Ride Concept UL, a higher end board. I love my board, but ended up buying another board that was better suited fr buttering and playing around in the park.