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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 08-24-2009, 02:36 AM
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2010 park board

So I'm looking to get a new setup this year for park and I think waiting for the Good Wood reviews to come out in september to make a final decision but i need some opinions. I'm 6'5 and 200lbs with a size 13 boot so I'm obviously looking at a wide board but I'm wondering a little on what size. My guess would be like a 159, is that right?

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Hope you got a flux capacitator if your'e getting a deck from 1210.


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Oh man, always with the wise cracks. What is with the 1210 thing though...

Yeah for your weight a 159 would work. Size down to like a 156 for a jib board though... and you'll need a wide.

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Hope you got a flux capacitator if your'e getting a deck from 1210.
I'm not sure flux capacitors were widely available 800 years ago...

As for boards, have a look through some of the more reliable online retailers, see what fits your price range and try to find out whether each board is worth the money you're spending.
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I'm not sure flux capacitors were widely available 800 years ago...
1st off, hes traveling back in time, so he would already have the flux cap.

2nd, you need plutonium

i hear when you melt down old snowboards thats what you end up with




and dude lookin for a board, you need a wide, 159 is good for a freestyle size for 200lbs, luckily there are more wide boards now than ever b4
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ha ha okay okay i changed it enough with the 1210 jokes Any ideas on what models are looking good this year? and what about bindings i've heard good things about the forum shaka
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oh great the thread name doesn't change lol
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I want to look at some rome boards but i can't find very many 2010 boards and very little come in a wide.

i did some research and found a list of boards in the right size. which ones are the better ones out of these for park.

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"Park" is a very wide term, despite what you may think.

Are you looking to jib, hit kickers, ride some pipe? A little of everything?

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