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hey, i am getting a new board and the shop that i am getting my board from has these two boards in my size. i am 5'4 and the shank is 149 and the forum is 150. I work at a small mountain in CT so i pretty much hit jumps and rails all day and venture out of the park couple times. When i go out of state i go to the parks 50% of the day and ride trails for the rest of the day and if the place has a halfpipe ill ride it for an hour. What board do you think would be a better suit for me. And it does get icy a lot in ct

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hey, i am getting a new board and the shop that i am getting my board from has these two boards in my size. i am 5'4 and the shank is 149 and the forum is 150. I work at a small mountain in CT so i pretty much hit jumps and rails all day and venture out of the park couple times. When i go out of state i go to the parks 50% of the day and ride trails for the rest of the day and if the place has a halfpipe ill ride it for an hour. What board do you think would be a better suit for me. And it does get icy a lot in ct

thanks
Go with the company that still exists... Poor Forum, you will be missed and I loved you, but to buy a board new from a company that is no longer existent is a waste. Damn Burton over overproducing and killing companies.
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