Join Date: Jan 2008
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UMM, you dont have the nickname T-Pain do you? and live in Fort Collins, and know a Scott Bradley?
Anyway, No the Nanar wouldn't be to big. Snowboard size is based 99% on weight/boot size. If you have big feet that demands a wide, and then your weight determines the general board length. Riding style is the next factor, preferences on board feel are next, then you consider height.
If you're looking at a Nanar, I would actually pick a CAPiTA Horrorscope, K2 Parkstar, or a Ride Crush. Personal dislike of Mervin on my part, but those are all really good boards. Most will agree on that.
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