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board size help

so im an intermediate rider and have been riding for 3 years now but never experamented with board sizes... im 5'6" and 167lbs and i currently ride a burton shuan white pro model board and thats 154... im looking at a lib tech board around 157 is that a bit big for my size or is that fine?
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Depends on what you want it for. For fresh snow or all mountain riding its fine. For park and jumps and spins its a bit big.

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