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Old 10-13-2009, 10:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Help with Board Sizing and Choice

Hey I'm looking to get a new board for this season and need some help. I'm 5'11 and about 145 pounds and wear a size 10 boot. I've been riding the same board for two or three seasons, a Forum Destroyer 148, which is obviously way too short for me now. I like riding all over the mountain but I'm really trying to progress in the park and I plan on progressing a whole lot during this season. I like my destroyer, but it's pretty stiff and I want to try something with more pop and flex. I've heard a lot about the skate banana (who hasn't) and it sounds like a board I'd seriously consider. I'm also looking at the Never Summer Evo-r, maybe another Destroyer, but probably the chili dog if I do, and probably not anyway. I guess I'm wondering if you have any suggestions for a board that's good for buttering and jibbing and can hold up decently around other parts of the mountain. Oh and I'm also wondering what would be a good size for it. I was thinking 152-154? Thanks
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