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Lib Tech Travis Rice Pro Horse Power

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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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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