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Hey guys. on a research mission for my brother. Ride in summit county. current boards are 05 gnu alter genetics 154 and 09 ns evo 156. 5'9" 150. looking for a powder stick, really want to spoil his self. never summer is the most convienient brand for him because the shop gets deliveries 6 days a week. Its kind of soul crushing if the fish is really the best powder board, but it is what is.

cliffs: Top of the Line Pow Boards for riding in summit county? Mostly Resorts, key, basin, breck, 10 days per season vail, and bc. maybe a few drops at loveland pass? thnks in advance

ps also sizing recs, ie do we need to size down for certain models, like the fish. thanks.
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arwe you asking me a question? lol thanks im looking into it. how does it compare to the premier? you have expirience with it? keep the suggestions coming!
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Easy. Nothing...nothing is as sweet in powder as a NS Summit. Here's some info on NS.


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what do you think about sizing? 160 for a smalliush rider? 5'9 150 lbs,
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Wish they made it smaller for you but yes, as small as possible. Still, that will float you and you won't be riding in the park with it. If you don't get in tight trees, no problem. If you do, better go with something a bit smaller.


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