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yes its called breaking it in half.....
you can ride a 151 or a 154
im 6'1 my jib board is 153, park board is a 155 and my free ride is a 156....dont base it on height though base it on weight and like griffin said skill level...
medium flex good for park. the royal rubber works really well
yes they will i ride the same setup as you lashed 10.5 and a l/xl binding its a perfect setup.
Best binding i've ever ridden hands down, not to stiff not to soft perfect for 60 ftrs and trip kinks, i doubt i'll ever ride another binding seeing as how ive got this on 3 of my 3 boards
I bought this board last season as a pre release and i loved it very fun very playful, not a noodle by any means it has a medium flex which pairs well with the rocker, although i enjoyed the board i didnt like the fact that after 2 weeks of park riding the edge seperated from the sidewall and the topsheet cracked just behind the bindings, i sent it back to mervin and recieved a new board and after a few weeks of riding i noticed cracks forming behind the bindings, great board with questionable quality.
the 1985 isnt any softer it has the same flex pattern as the regular artifact but the 1985 will be easier to press due to the reverse camber. the only reason it is loose fealing is because of the rocker not becaus eof its flex.
peakboarder, i dunno if you've ever touched this board or know what the flex is like or even what reverse and positve camber is for that matter, because everything you just said makes no sense, this board is indeed not a noodle but its flex is very similart to the weapon, a skate banana is actully a mid flex board its not a noodle at all. so yes midwest shredder this would be a great board for you but so would the 1985 or weapon