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Old 10-25-2009, 01:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I picked up the K2 WWW Rocker the other day at my local shop. It is the 08/09 152. I am about 120 pounds, and 5'5" or 5'6". I have a size ten boot.
Will this board be too big for me? I hear that you are able size down 5 cm on this board, and i am afraid this is too big.
Should i go back to the store and get this in 148?

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Old 10-25-2009, 02:22 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I picked up the K2 WWW Rocker the other day at my local shop. It is the 08/09 152. I am about 120 pounds, and 5'5" or 5'6". I have a size ten boot.
Will this board be too big for me? I hear that you are able size down 5 cm on this board, and i am afraid this is too big.
Should i go back to the store and get this in 148?
im 5"8 155 and was considering the 152 WWW. it went up to my chin so based on ur weight/height i think 148 might not be a bad size for you
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Old 10-25-2009, 02:35 PM   #3 (permalink)
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it went up to my chin

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lol i knew someone would say something to that.. i was just giving a size reference not a definite "up to my chin = perfect fit"
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If you're 120lbs I'd say 152 is a lot of board to toss around if you're mostly jibbing and hitting rails. I tend to ride small. I'm 155lbs, 5'8" and ride a 148 mostly. But if you've always riden a 152, the extra effective edge is only going to help you on booters and at high speeds. Might not be a bad thing if that's the size you're used to riding.
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If you're 120lbs I'd say 152 is a lot of board to toss around if you're mostly jibbing and hitting rails. I tend to ride small. I'm 155lbs, 5'8" and ride a 148 mostly. But if you've always riden a 152, the extra effective edge is only going to help you on booters and at high speeds. Might not be a bad thing if that's the size you're used to riding.
I like to do jumps and rails. Last year I rode a 158, but it was my friends. I had to borrow his because i didnt have a board.
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I like to do jumps and rails. Last year I rode a 158, but it was my friends. I had to borrow his because i didnt have a board.
That is insanely long for you.

If that is what your used to 152 will be fine lol.

If your really into rails getting the 48 would be good its up to you. if you plan on growing soon 152 is def good
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