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just got them they are pretty sick not a lot of shape to them not super baggy and not super slim just a really normal fit. waist gator compatible but no waist gator i like them a lot but would like them a lot better with a waist gator. im also 6'5" 180 got them in a large they are long enough and you can sinch them up with the velcrow side strap thingys


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just so you know unless you have a massive foot and i mean massive you dont need a wide i have a size 13 boot (burton so they are like moon boots, freakin monsters) and i rode a 152 www and had no problem with toe drag. the bindings were set up at about 23 for the front and 17 in the back. unless you just want a super wide board then i would say stick with the www. but thats just me. also this is one of the best boards i have ridden im on a rome headroom right now but next season im going for the www rocker im also 6'5" and about 180Lbs. and i can hold my own any where i go


depends on how flexy you want your board to be the www is twice as flexy as the artifact but the 1985 artifact is twice as flexy as the www other 1985 series aren't as flexy as the 1985 artifact but still just as flexy or more flexy than the www and it also depends on what kind of rocker you want the 1985 series has like 3 diffirent kinds of rockers where as the www comes in cambered and jib rockered. im sold on k2 but i also like huckin off of 50 footers a little more than a 270 on a battle ship. hope that helps ya