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The board has a ton of volume. It depends on how often you plan on or get to surf and where you surf. If your surfing a few times a week you can go small like the 5'3". I would not get anything over a 5'7" unless you want it to feel more like a funboard but really the 5'7" would already feel like one. I'm 6' 175lbs and got a 5'11" and it's almost to big. The 5'11" would feel like a long board and be pretty difficult to duck dive for someone your size. Channel Islands says to ride it 8" shorter than your normal shortboard so take that into consideration. For the summer here in Santa Cruz Ca it's easily the funnest board I have ever ridden.