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Looking for a begginer Park Board

Hey Ive been boarding for about 16 days now and I can do 360's Small rails and box's. In australia where I live the snow season is almost over and im buying my board next year, just woundering whats a good intermediate park board for me. Im 14 right now and 167 cm.

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is there a better choice? Cheers guys
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he's 14 though, while id normally suggest the same thing i dont think the evo comes with the R.C. tech small enough for him does it?
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A 148 maybe, but how much do you weigh?
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he's 14 though, while id normally suggest the same thing i dont think the evo comes with the R.C. tech small enough for him does it?
Good point! They make them down to 148 though with r/c from what I can tell (circuit fosho). Weight would be the factor though. I would think at 14 you would be better off going with an adult board if at all possible. That way you don't out grow it to fast!

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true, all we really need to know now is his weight.
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forum manuel is a good beginner park board
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Im 38.5 kg (84.7 pounds)
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