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Originally Posted by milk View Post
I know there are prob 100 threads like this, but bear with me

Neversummer Proto VS Heritage

I am 5'11, 165-170, Size 11 Nike Kaiju Boots

I have Union Force MC 2013 Bindings(Got them for a deal too good to pass up, like half off)

I do about 75% Mountain & 25% Park, I like to play around, jumps, ect
I live on the east coast


160 VS 158 Heritage
160 VS 157 Proto

Pros V Cons, I cant really see any really big difference in tech used in either board

I am leaning more towards the Proto, how will that be with the Union Force MC bindings?
I'm 5'9" 155 lbs and I own the Proto 154 and the SL 155. If you only are riding the park 25%. I would say SL, Cobra or Heritage. Since you say carbonium topsheet - I say Cobra 158 or Heritage 158.

All this talk about needing twin for switch riding is overblown - in most cases, it is a pretty small difference. Don't worry about it until you are starting to land 540s... or not even... a Burton Fish is about as directional as you could possible get... 2" setback, huge taper, cutout tail...

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