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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-28-2009, 09:31 AM
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What Size Board For Me?

ive asked this like 3 times and everyone gives me crappy useless awnsers.
what size is good for my stats:
5 ft 6
130 lbs
im 15 and still growing
and if i bought a 152 for park and mountain, would i be able to use it well or not?
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-28-2009, 09:39 AM
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ive asked this like 3 times and everyone gives me crappy useless awnsers.
what size is good for my stats:
5 ft 6
130 lbs
im 15 and still growing
and if i bought a 152 for park and mountain, would i be able to use it well or not?
hmmm.. i feel that you've asked this question more than 3 times but if you feel that the answers were crappy why don't you go fly a kite

not to stir the pot.. but you've started multiple threads on which board you should buy or what size you should get..

you should pick ONE board that you want & tell us & then maybe you'll get a size

as for an all-in-one park/all mountain board.. highly doubt it..

my recommendation go with the Burton Custom you've been looking at in a 151
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ill just buy the 152 rome agent done
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ill just buy the 152 rome agent done

Really? Are you?
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LOL LOL

I think that the OP is looking for credits.. not a board
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ive asked this like 3 times and everyone gives me crappy useless awnsers.
what size is good for my stats:
5 ft 6
130 lbs
im 15 and still growing
and if i bought a 152 for park and mountain, would i be able to use it well or not?
this question has been answered. if you don't like the answers then stop asking...
since youre still growing like you say, a 152 would be fine. as far as you being able to use it well?? thats all on you.
you've been told the size is good, you've been told its a great board for park and mountain, i mean cmon!!! if this board doesn't work well for you then it's obviously NOT THE BOARDS FAULT...
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this question has been answered. if you don't like the answers then stop asking...
since youre still growing like you say, a 152 would be fine. as far as you being able to use it well?? thats all on you.
you've been told the size is good, you've been told its a great board for park and mountain, i mean cmon!!! if this board doesn't work well for you then it's obviously NOT THE BOARDS FAULT...
This is spot on. I was gonna rip into him as well, but you pretty much said everything I was going to.
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