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A Clydesdale of a park board.

What typically happens when you demand multiple seasons out of your park board is is that it starts behaving like a lifeless but stubborn-ass donkey. The Technine Mass Appeal Snowboard, on the other hand, relies on it's pressy but poppy Power Tech poplar wood and durable Extruded IS 4400 base to rage like a wicked stallion a year long … and the next … and the next. Soft flex helps you dial in new tricks on the combo box line in the park, while a traditional camber shape keeps you in control through the jump line.
  • Traditional camber adds pop in the park, control on the steeps, and stability on big landings
  • Three-layer interior rubber layers drastically reduce high-speed chatter, add underfoot cushioning, and increase strength
  • Stitched Bi-axial laminate fiberglass is torsionally soft for freestyle; even-flexing, smooth, and lightweight
  • Power Tech Core uses tip-to-tail light and poppy poplar wood for balance and energy and is finger-jointed for ensure an even surface
  • Graphics by legendary skate artist Evan Hecox; see more of his work at evanhecox.com

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Would riding a 149 @ 5'10 170 lbs be way...

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Would riding a 149 @ 5'10 170 lbs be way to small or what? Do people do this, know anyone?

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You'd be fine, man. My friend is 5'7" and rides a 143