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Hello! I am a pretty advanced rider in Washington State. Looking for a new board that is a wide because I have size 14 boots. I am about six feet tall 150 lbs. I was riding the DC PBJ 157cm and I loved it but I need an upgrade. I love riding powder but I also love a board with pop but not a full on park board. I was suggested the K2 turbo dream but that seems like too stiff of a board for me and more of a powder based board. I want a board where you can be buttering one moment then turn off and go slash in some pow in the next moment.
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You have an identical thread 4 lines up.

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I have a pbj, as well. It is sooooooffffftttt. Do you still want a twin?
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Foot size would help to know, but Lib Tech defintiely has what you want, and they're based out of Sequim Wershington.

The Libtech TRS is a good board for size 10 and under feet from lib. Great all mountain shred with a dual camber/mild rocker profile.

The GNU Riders Choice is another excellent board, arguably better than the TRS due to a higher quality base and some of the other good tech coming out of the Mervin factory.
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