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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-16-2009, 11:30 PM
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good set up for park?

hey everyone
I have been riding for about 2 years and i was just wondering if this would be a good set up for the park but also for some mountain riding.

air walk boots
flow flite one bindings
lamar intrigue 159cm
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-16-2009, 11:32 PM
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how tall are you...that could be a bit long for park
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Do you already own this setup or are you asking if you should buy it?
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i already own it and i am 5'7
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dont think its really a park board, and i tihnk its pretty long
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I wouldn't say it's an "ideal" park setup that would do all mountain as a by product.

But if you own it and you don't have money to afford a different setup it will be just fine.... It will get your ass onto the hill and having fun that's for sure
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I have those exact bindings. I ride park and i think they work great.
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what is your weight? 159 for the average 5'7" rider is going to be a bit long for the park, but if you're comfortable on that size then that is your preference. Personally, I'm 5'9" 150lb and I ride a 152 and would like to drop down a little bit more for my next board. My cousin is 5'9" 160 and rides a 157 but would also like to drop down in size, my friend is 5'10" 165 and rode a 156 but is going to a 152 this year, and I have another friend that is 5'7" 140 that rides a 157 and he said ideally he'd like a 154-155 for mainly freeriding.
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As Milo has stated, since you already own the setup, just go ride and have fun.
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