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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-14-2009, 09:54 AM Thread Starter
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NS Revolver Sizing 153 or 156

Ok so I am looking at getting a new NS revolver and am stuck between the 153 and 156. I am 6" and 185lbs. I am looking for a board for rails and jumps mostly 20ft but every once in a while the park crew will build a 40ft. I am looking to dial in 7's this year and need enough pop to jump. I ride App Ski Mtn which is a tiny hill in NC that is almost all park. I think the 153 would be a ton of fun on the rails and Jibs but will it be a strong jumper as well? or should I go to the 156. I am currently riding a banana 156. I will be competing in various local slopestyle, big air, and rail jams and need this board to hold up through all of them.

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Bump... Any thoughts?
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i think you'd be better off with the 156. I'm 160lbs and ride a 156. i have no problems spinning 7's (landing them another story). i jib and boost just about anything in my way. at your weight, it should be even better.
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