I am 6'2" 175, and I ride a 153 Stepchild Jibstick.
It's the sickest thing in the world for jibbing.
I have a 23"+ stance (its a little over, but I dunno the exact number) and you can get WAY crazy on going wider with the stance if you need (don't see how this would be humanly possible). At 6'5" I would imagine you are rocking a 24"+ stance, and a 153 Jibstick would easily accommodate that.
My only concern may be if you are STARTING to jib on this board. I have been jibbing for a pretty long time, and its what I am comfortable with. The board, with R.E.T.T. and the positive rocker may be a little tricky to get used to (depending on who you are, what you ride, etc).
Like I have always said, its a great addition to my quiver of boards, but it would not be an all-mountain board by any means. I'm totally appreciative of that. You don't drive an F1 car on the street to work everyday, and you don't race a 4 door sedan in a Grand Prix. Same goes for boards.
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Last edited by $Lindz$; 02-18-2009 at 11:40 PM.