But for the previous guy you suggested him 158 despite he is much lighter?
I am afraid that 155 will be unstable in riding or to the landings for such a flexy board or the 158 will be too big for butters and play and jumps
If you're lucky enough to get powder, a bigger board is better. To an extent.
If not, smaller boards are easier to throw around.
I personally like a longer board, especially in the deep, but I live in B.C.
In the spring I like to drop down @ least 10cm.
Can you get a bigger one? Maybe better options would be the 58 & one size bigger, if they make it?
I wished my 55 Hero was bigger, but I don't really go in the park that much.
The length was fine, I wished it was longer because, It was my everything shredder.
The 2011 had the scoop nose & tail, don't know if 2012 does.