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Mountain Twin 2014 size help

going to grab a 2014 mountain twin but bit concerned about the sizes as i dont really want a wide board as my boots are only 10.5 US

sizes available 151, 154, 157, 158 W, 160, 161 W, 164 W

I'm 6ft 2 maybe 3

anyone got any thoughts? reckon i'll be good with the 160?
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you don't need a wide.

1.tell us which models you are looking at?

2. where do you plan on riding most?

3. how much do you weigh?

4. What do you plan on using it for primarily?

5. Budget?

6. Any pref on profile?
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This guy had the same question last year almost.

You could stop being lazy and just research what was already posted.

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/boa...-whistler.html
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you don't need a wide.

1.tell us which models you are looking at?

2. where do you plan on riding most?

3. how much do you weigh?

4. What do you plan on using it for primarily?

5. Budget?

6. Any pref on profile?
Hello, Don't need help selecting a board. Just size suggestion on the mountain twin. 80kg 6ft 2 or 3. very competent rider
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This guy had the same question last year almost.

You could stop being lazy and just research what was already posted.

http://www.snowboardingforum.com/boa...-whistler.html
thanks for your "smart" input

i actually purchased the K2 ultradream but want something a bit more all rounded this season and i've decided to go for the twin.

and all i was asking for was some help selecting a size. no need to be clever
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The 160 should be fine for you. I ride the 161w and I'm 6'4 105kg and it works well for me.
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thanks for your "smart" input

i actually purchased the K2 ultradream but want something a bit more all rounded this season and i've decided to go for the twin.

and all i was asking for was some help selecting a size. no need to be clever
Don't mind him, he's an angry LA mongrel. 160 should be a great fit.
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Don't mind him, he's an angry LA mongrel. 160 should be a great fit.
Thanks for your help

160 it is then
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