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Would it be worth it for a guy to get a women's snowboard set?

I'm a pretty small guy. 5'7", 135 pounds, and about feet size 9.5 to 10? I'll need to remeasure them, but I know my normal shoes are a bit big at 10 1/2.

Right now I ride a 2005 Ride Control 146, with LS bindings, and crappy boots that are too big at 11, the latter I got for free. It's a bit small, but it's served me pretty well. But Now I feel it's time for me to move onto a new board, and I have potential buyers for mine, so all is well.

I know everyone likes a different board company, K2, Ride, Unity, Capita, Arbor, Neversummer, Libtech, GNU, Flow, Burton, and oh so many more. And whatever I do end up choosing, will honestly probably have little difference from anything else.

So, can you help me pick out a board? I do Freeride, no park (yet anyway), overall smaller frame, etc. I'm assuming the largest board I should get be a 153, with the optimal range at 150-151.
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