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Old 01-09-2014, 02:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey,
Just wondering what people think of the horse power compared to the standard pro?
Also they only provide their lower weight range of the board 50kg(110 pounds)+... Do you think as a 90 kg rider I could get away with 155cm or is that just too hopeful?
I will be riding it in Niseko so powder.
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Old 01-09-2014, 03:40 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Hey,
Just wondering what people think of the horse power compared to the standard pro?
Also they only provide their lower weight range of the board 50kg(110 pounds)+... Do you think as a 90 kg rider I could get away with 155cm or is that just too hopeful?
I will be riding it in Niseko so powder.
155 board for 90 kg man for riding powder? O_o
Sounds like a joke)

May be it is better to buy powder board for riding powder than freestyle one?
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Yeah I dunno dude in the shop told me that in the trees a longer board would be bad. So yeah I dunno. I don't really want a pow specific board. The 157 looked pretty big it's just the shop online that has these babies on special only have 153 and 155s
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