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Question about a Wide Board

I am size 10 boots, 5.8" and have a 156cm wide board.

do you see any problem in this.
I am a beginner, but I don't necessarily want to spend more money on a new board.

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Not a problem at all. You probably don't need a wide board but it will be fine!!! Spend $ elsewhere like really good and really comfy Boots and Bindings!!!


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Fluid is exactly right.
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Thanks !!!
What do you think on this set.

Board: Forum JP Walker 156 Wide
Bindings: Technine
Boots: DC
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Thanks !!!
What do you think on this set.

Board: Forum JP Walker 156 Wide
Bindings: Technine
Boots: DC
Board...dunno anything about it/haven't rode it!
Bindings - What year/model?
Boots - Again what model?

I have had good and bad Technine bindings. Personally have not rode DC boots. I have tried on the Status but it wasn't right for me!


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everything is from 07'
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I'm sure all of that gear will be just fine for a beginner.

Once you become more experienced you will discover what works better for you, and upgrading is inevitable. You won't get everything right the first time. Besides, that would take some of the fun out of the sport if you got everything perfect on the first try. ( =
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Considering all that gear is from 07, it better be super cheap (price wise).

And Milo, you got the rest of the pic in your avatar?
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