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What parameters my board does have to has?

Hello Everyone!
I am going to buy a new board soon and i asking you for some advices
Firstly my foot (43 - 44) and hight (183 cm).
I am spending most time in snowpark jumping and jibbing a bit but sometimes I like just ride over the slope and have fun.
So my questions are:
1.Do I have to have WIDE version of the snowboard with my size of foot?
2.What flexibility of snowboard do I actually need?
3. And meaby you could gimme some nice boards that aren't above 350 euro.
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You will want to provide those who will help with your weight. Generally height matters not.

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You will want to provide those who will help with your weight. Generally height matters not.
Height matters cause you choose board basing on it, don't you?
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Height matters cause you choose board basing on it, don't you?

Your weight is the most important factor when selecting a board since your weight gives inputs to the board beneath your feet.
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