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hey guys I was looking at getting the parkstar but im unsure about the length and the flex. Im 6' 1'' and 220 lbs, big I know. I wanna get the 160w. I know this is a softer board but will it be stable enough for me? I ride alotta park but I like to mess around on the groomers too.
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Its a little more money but I think the Fastplant 160 will be better for you than the Parkstar if you wear size 10.5 or smaller. If you do however wear 11's or bigger, Get the Parkstar 163W or Fastplant 162W.

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