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Originally Posted by IndraRipper View Post
Soul: if you're going for a rocker type board next you might be able to stick with 156 (or go smaller) look for quite a stiff rocker/banana/flying V etc...
The forum destroyer may be a good choice.
I'm actually likely going for another cambered board. Haven't decided yet. But I am pretty strictly freeride and I love the "precision" (for lack of a better word) I feel I get on a cambered board riding this east coast crap lol

Originally Posted by IndraRipper View Post
Kinda gotta disagree because height and dimensions also plat a large part, a shorter person will generally have shorter and less strong legs meaning they'd require a narrower stance, if the stance is too narrow for the board then it won't be the best thing for them as they won't have full control and won't be able to reap the benefits that the larger board would bring.
I must disagree with the highlighted. Height (or leg length) doesn't generally determine or correlate to leg strength

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