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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 07-28-2009, 10:17 AM Thread Starter
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Sizing down on NeverSummer RC boards?

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you don't need to size down on any board, its just that you can size down IF you want and still get pretty ok float with a rockered board. this means you can ride a shorter board thats easier to throw around and not sacrifice float in pow IF you want to ride a shorter board, if you size down on a regular cambered board its likely you will notice its much harder to ride in pow.

ps thanks for letting us know how much you can bench, weirdo. i can take a 6 pound dump in the morning.
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you don't need to size down on any board, its just that you can size down IF you want and still get pretty ok float with a rockered board. this means you can ride a shorter board thats easier to throw around and not sacrifice float in pow IF you want to ride a shorter board, if you size down on a regular cambered board its likely you will notice its much harder to ride in pow.

ps thanks for letting us know how much you can bench, weirdo. i can take a 6 pound dump in the morning.
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Lol, cocky much?

We dont need to know that your 180 and built like Brock Lesnar..it really has no bearing on your board size if your 180 lbs of muscle or 180 lbs of fat...they both ride the same size board...

And calling a snowboarder a skinny pencil neck is actually a compliment...how many pro snowboarders do you see that are ripped and not skinny as all hell...you dont need strength to snowboard..you need endurance and flexibility..something that doesn't innately come with being a muscle head and pounding protein shakes...

Either way just get the 158...

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Lol, cocky much?

We dont need to know that your 180 and built like Brock Lesnar..it really has no bearing on your board size if your 180 lbs of muscle or 180 lbs of fat...they both ride the same size board...

And calling a snowboarder a skinny pencil neck is actually a compliment...how many pro snowboarders do you see that are ripped and not skinny as all hell...you dont need strength to snowboard..you need endurance and flexibility..something that doesn't innately come with being a muscle head and pounding protein shakes...
I wouldn't take that as a compliment, I spend hours in the gym every week so I do not have to hear that remark haha. Bodybuilding has nothing to do with the caliber of snowboarding. MFM is a truck and are you going to tell me he doesn't have endurance or flexibility?

Regardless we don't need to know how much you bench, your subtle remark to make your e-penis larger was horrendous and someone called you out on it, no big deal.

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Weirdo? Sounds like your a jealous little pencil-neck loser. I was stating that fact to point out that I am very athletic, and not some fat-ass. Normally if someone is 5'9" and 190 lbs. they are a fat sob.

Do you feel smart for posting that trash? Is your E-penis a notch longer now?

Just remember, you would never say that trash to my face because I would smash you.

I swear it is idiots like this that give the punk name to these type of sports.

I'm sorry to everyone that had to read that, but I have a mere 10 posts on this forum and I have already found a flamer.
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I wouldn't take that as a compliment, I spend hours in the gym every week so I do not have to hear that remark haha. Bodybuilding has nothing to do with the caliber of snowboarding. MFM is a truck and are you going to tell me he doesn't have endurance or flexibility?

Regardless we don't need to know how much you bench, your subtle remark to make your e-penis larger was horrendous and someone called you out on it, no big deal.

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Not to derail the thread further, but MFM is not a 'truck' by any means...he's actually perfectly proportioned to be a snowboarder, tall skinny and toned...not a muscle head by any means...


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