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Feelgoos ES?

I have been snowboarding for about 8 years, approximately 1 week per year. I think I'm rather good, not going off piste usually though as well as no snow parks... For the last 3 years I have been riding Rosignol Diva 153 and I decide it is time to buy a new board, so I was thinking about Burton Feelgood ES 155, what do you think (I'm 5.4 feet and weight 112 pounds)? I'm also not sure which bindings to purchase with that one.
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before you buy this on brociety, 155 is really big for you. I'm 5' 8" and 155 pounds and find the 155cm big for me. I would say go for the 145cm. I haven't ridden it or anything but 155 is way too big for you.
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before you buy this on brociety, 155 is really big for you. I'm 5' 8" and 155 pounds and find the 155cm big for me. I would say go for the 145cm. I haven't ridden it or anything but 155 is way too big for you.
hmm, really? I'm riding 153 currently and its ok... I want to use it all mountain. not snow parks or anything...
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155 is too big for you, I ride a 156 at 5'10" and 150lbs for free riding.
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155 is too big for you, I ride a 156 at 5'10" and 150lbs for free riding.
OK, got you, will get 150
How about the bindings?
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150 sounds good, but i would say thats like biggest board you should ever get for your size.

with the Feelgood ES you need burton est bindings. if your getting a top of the line board you might as well not cheap out on the bindings and get the escapades.

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150 sounds good, but i would say thats like biggest board you should ever get for your size.

with the Feelgood ES you need burton est bindings. if your getting a top of the line board you might as well not cheap out on the bindings and get the escapades.
sounds good, this would be a great package! my gf was going to get this exact package but went for a roxy eminence

I have the EST System and havent had a spot of trouble with them.
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