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Rossignol Templar good for a newb?

background- I've skied a few times when i was younger, but have never been boarding. Just moved to denver though and now looking to get into it now that I don't play paintball. Board rentals after ~6 days make it a better investment to just buy right away. If i dont like it for some odd reason, i can sell it and not be out much $.

I'm 6'1, 165-170 pounds, shoe size 10.5-11 depending on the company.

Found this board really cheap on evo after looking on the good ride for reviews. The guys on there really like this board. $163 shipped to my door for the '13 model , 159cm. waist width is 260mm

Is this a good purchase? And is this the right size?
Wasn't even looking at rossi as a brand, but the reviews on this board were ALL good. However, you guys are WAY more knowledgeable than I am about this sport.
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