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Between those 2 boards they Ride very similar. The DH2 is going to be a touch stiffer with some different features. I have been riding the Machete for about 20 days now and I love it. I took it to Whistler and so on. if you where on the Crush and want something a touch stiffer, go with the Machete. The DH2 may be more than your looking for.
Yes it will. As long as it is not the ICS system from Burton. That would look like one channel for only 2 screw for each binding. You should be fine.
All that is left is the 163 from last year. If you go to www.ridesnowboards.com you can see the new ones and also what sizes they are available in.
It goes over the top so it gives you the best of both worlds. It holds your foot down and pushes your boot into the back of the binding all at once.
Go with the 158cm. It will be great for you to learn on as well as last you a few years down the road. Order it up.
You want to base it off your height, weight, foot size, how long you have been riding and what you plan on riding with it. Do you want to do park or more freeride on it? Tell me some info and I can help you out.
Not sure by what you mean as "enough pop". It does have some. If you want a really poppy park board I would look at the DH or Society. This is a great all mountains board for cruising all over the hill.
Check out the Ride Site if you need some more info, but all you need should be right here.
I have been riding this boot for the last 2 years. I love it. The wrap liner doesnt break down as quick as well as providing you with a really smooth forward flex, because there is no 3 piece tongue. Just nice, smooth and comfy. Also this boot is so lite. Love them.
Yes it will...ecspecially if you go with a longer one. This is one of the widest boards on the market.
It depends on how low volume the boot, but I highly doubt it. Go with the 11-13
I would go with the small....
Yes it is this....this boot is lighter and just as supportive.
Also depends on where you live and what kind of mountains you will be riding. 152-156 would be perfect...52 if you live somewhere in So cal and 155 if you live in UT or CO.
This board is so much fun and can slay the whole mountain...you will not be disappointed...