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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 11-06-2007, 04:25 PM
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I'd bump down to a 155-ish. Especially since you don't ride alot. A shorter board would be much easier to control than a longer board.
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Head CONCEPT 157 Snowboard+Bindings 2 Year Warranty NEW - (eBay item 150179592414 end time Nov-06-07 18:45:00 PST)

ok 157, are there a big differnce in bindings? those would probably be as good as the rental ones i used last year. I would think.
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Bravo! A much better choice.
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I found one for 154. Not 155. 154 OK?
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I found one for 154. Not 155. 154 OK?
Yeah, 154 is fine.
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the board is fine but those bindings are terrible... I guess whatever though if it gets you on the mountain go for it. If you decide to stick with it, the Concept should last you a couple of seasons and then you can upgrade the bindings when $ allows.
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should you buy bindings and boots together?
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Doesn't matter, as long as you've tried the boots on, and you know that is what you like.
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Yeah don't worry about buying them together. ^-^
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