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park / free style

hi, to start i'm 5.9 feet and 187 pounds

i currently use k2 turbo dream (159) & flow nxt-at as a free ride board

i'm now looking for a park board something twin shape and more flexy.. this will be my dedicated park/free-style board

any recommendation together with bindings? i'm leaning towards rome 390 for bindings

i have just started getting into it so something easy to use would be good

also what size would be suitable for me? i use 159 on turbo dream for free ride.. should i be looking something around 154 to 155??
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