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would the 149 be wide enough to fit a size...
would the 149 be wide enough to fit a size 10 boot? because im only 13 years old but im about 5'6 and way about 120 so please respond
Hey, im 5'6 about 120 and i ride park...
Hey, im 5'6 about 120 and i ride park usually. just want to know what size i should get, im still growing and im looking to have a board for a couple years.
depends on how much growing you got left. I'm 6'2" 165lbs and my park board is a 154cm. hope this helps.
I was wondering how this board will feel...
I was wondering how this board will feel in terms of flex and if it will be too long if i chose the 149'
I'm about 5'6 and weight around 135lb.
Also, how would this compare to the Stepchild JP Walker 2010?
i wear size 11 boots and i ride 17 degree...
i wear size 11 boots and i ride 17 degree angles on both bindings should i get this board or the wide board?
Just to be safe, I would say yes go for a wide. The cut-off usually for reg width boards are an 11 boot, unless your boot has shrinkage tech. It also depends on what size of bindings you have. Now saying that, you do ride a little more ducked than i do (15 and -15) and you might be able to squeeze on it. But to be safe I would say go for the wide bec the waist on this deck is only 250, and you want something more towards 255 width. I ride a Rome Machine 154W and I have size 12 feet and L/XL Union Contacts. The waist on my Machine is 260 and I have no toe or heel drag at all, just to give you an idea. Hoipe this helps brotha
is this is a good board for a starter park...
is this is a good board for a starter park snowboarder?????
Yes! just the right flex for learning basic fundamentals and park riding too. 25.0mm waist width provides a stable platform and the centered stance feels nice and even.
hey im 16 and 6 ft and about 160 is the...
hey im 16 and 6 ft and about 160 is the 152 to small for me ?
i would say yes because i had this board (btw im 16 too) and im 150 6'1" and broke it in under a week so i sent it back to dogfunk they sent me a new one and i broke that one too so i bought a dc pbj 153 and it is the shit. its light its soft for rails and it still handles in the air and in powder great idk if they have any in that size but to answer ur first question i think it is way to small for some one ur size
I am 6 ft about 170 and the smallest board i have is 152 but i use it only for park/urban boarding. i would recommend getting something a hair bigger unless you only want to use this board for jibbing. if you want to hit jumps and ride with speed i would say a 156 would be good. also, try talking to the gearheads, they know their snow biz ;)
If it was a reverse cambered deck then I would tell you no its not to small. Seeing as it isnt, you should probably get something a little bigger. Just like Mark said, go for something along the lines of a 154-156. If it was reverse camber, then you could technically ride something up to 5cm shorter than your reg sized boards. But if you could find a 154, i think that would be a perfect fit. Im 6' 165lbs and I ride a 154 for my everything board, but I personally like to ride a shorter deck. We dont have mountains and freshies where I come from, Onterrible Canada, so a lot of our riding out here is mainly jibbin. But if you ride pow and bk country, then go for something like a 156. Hope this helps bro
Hey im about 5'8 and about 140 pounds just...
Hey im about 5'8 and about 140 pounds just wondering what size board you would recommend??
ill keep it quick and simple 152cm no question about it
Hey I'm 16 and I'm like 5'6 and like 120...
Hey I'm 16 and I'm like 5'6 and like 120 and ride park a lot but also ride all mountain would this be a good board? And should I get a 52cm or a different board?
This is a sick all-mountain board bro, yet KILLS it in the park. It has sick pop, no chatters at higher speeds and nice flex. It would be a good board to take all over and will not let you down. If you want to look at something a lil different look at the the Rome Agent (reg or 1985 depending on what you want), Nitro Misfit or Rook, or just go big and get a Bannana because of the magnetraction. Any of those will be more than what you're lookin for. And as for the size, I would go towards a 150 for you because of your weight. But if you're still growing then go for a 152. But the Everything Sucks board is a sick stick to add to any quiver. Hope this helps brotha
So im 6" and 150 pounds i was wondering...
So im 6" and 150 pounds i was wondering if i should go with the 152 or the 155? i mostly just ride parkk
im about ur size and i had the 155m/w and it worked well it was soft for rails and jibs well also being good on jumps and it was good in powder as well
best board ever
i love this board it is amazing after one day of riding im going to stick with step child for a while now GET THIS BOARD
hay is every "sucks" board from stepchild...
hay is every "sucks" board from stepchild the powder sucks coz i saw next years is somthing "sucks"
ya its last years powder sucks model they just changed the name and graphic but this can still handle in powder OK
i do i lot of park and a little of jibing...
i do i lot of park and a little of jibing in the streets would you get this board some one like me or a jib stick buz i dont know if a jib stick will be good in the park
the jib stick for sure its a solid board all around
how flexable is this board?
how flexable is this board?
Its really soft for in the park, whether u are hitting jibs or just buttering around. pick one up m8!
how flexible is this board? im lookin for...
how flexible is this board? im lookin for something good for a little jibbin and such
this board will jib for sure, it wont be a super noodle or anything. similar flex to the k2 darkstar, it will be stable on jumps and still press and jib
this board will be good for jibbin, however at the same time is awesome for park riding! Sick!
is this board more flexible than artifact 1985? to do buters, ollies, such...