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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 05-02-2010, 08:29 PM
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Mini board help

hey guys im about 105 and 5 foot 4 and i love miniboards i want to buy a mini board and i love them small would a 115 flow micron be able to support me or would it not move fast. thanks
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You could defenitly pull it off, but it is not going to be very stable, especially when you get going faster
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Just put some wax and bindings on a skateboard?

Like Tech said, sure you could pull it off but it's not going to be stable, and won't support you in deep snow.

I'm curious why you want to ride a board so small?

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Yea, I was also wondering why you would want to ride a board that small. It just doesn't seem like it'd be that fun.
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Ya I'm truly curious....

Hell my feet are dam near as big as the board this kat wants to ride

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Hell my feet are dam near as big as the board this kat wants to ride
Hahaha, yep I'm still very interested as too why you would find riding something that small fun
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i saw a guy at the end of the season riding a 133 and he was probably 6'.
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yeah i know it seems odd im just using this to screw around on. the only thing i was worried about was toe drag
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You could get a Rossignol Mini if you're worried about overhang; Rossignol's mini has a larger waist and stance for adults while keeping the board short.

http://snowboard-city.com/node/208

Hammer also makes their own "microboards", but I don't really know much about them. They look similar to the Rossignols.

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