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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-24-2013, 06:33 AM Thread Starter
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K2 Raygun Size?

I'm 5'10" 150lbs Size 10 and I'm wondering if I should get the Raygun in the 156 or the 159? Also, what has changed from the 2013 and the 2014 models?
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The Raygun is tried and true, year after year. Still flat with rocker in the tips and a wood core with an extruded base. I rode the Brigade in a 159w and I'm only slightly larger than you. I'd go for the 156 if you want it to be playful, which is what the deck is geared for anyways. 159 pushes it into freecarve territory, not going to be as fun to play on but it'll carve a little better. I don't regret buying a 159, but I'd have preferred a more forgiving deck while I was learning.
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